Defying the odds Tuesday night at Denver City, the Golden Tornado basketball girls are very much alive in the District 3-3A playoff picture going into the final two weeks of the regular season.
Fresh off of last Friday’s 53-51 thrilling victory over a Littlefield squad, Golden Tor Coach Gregg Moreland couldn’t help but look at Tuesday’s District 3-3A match-up against Friona as one of those classic ‘trap’ games
The O’Donnell Eagle basketball boys didn’t have much trouble picking up their tenth win of the season Tuesday evening at Wilson.
Led by five first-place finishers in their weight classifications, the Golden Tors’ girls power lifting squad opened their season last Saturday at Brownfield on a strong note as the Cub Classic Powerlifting champs.
Lamesa’s junior high boys basketball squads continue to roll, winning three out of four games here Monday against Denver City.
Lamesa’s junior high girls basketball teams won two out of their four games Monday evening at Denver City against the Fillies.
Golden Tornado head softball coach Vanessa Hernandez has coached the Lamesa High School sluggers to the playoffs in nine of her 13 years at the helm.
As he readies for his fourth season as the Golden Tornadoes’ head baseball coach, Bobby Alvarez announced this week he’ll be having tryouts at 4:30 p.m. Friday at Lamesa’s Joe Spikes Field.
Both Borden County’s hoop squads continue to be state-ranked and the Klondike Cougars are the latest believers in the Coyotes’ lofty billing.
After Tuesday night’s boys basketball game at Wellman-Union, don’t be too surprised to see Dawson Coach John Hodges soon checking out his Dragons’ memory bank.