Lamesa’s eighth grade football A team tackled its second straight win of this season here last Thursday evening by rolling past Littlefield, 28-8.
The Denver City Fillies are one of the top ranked Class 3A high school volleyball teams in the state and apparently their junior high girls aren’t too shabby either.
Less than a month remains until a much-anticipated annular solar eclipse graces Texas skies. On Saturday, October 14, an annular eclipse will pass over the state from Midland/Odessa to Corpus Christi, with 17 Texas State Parks along its path of greatest eclipse visibility. Visitors planning to visit state parks along the path are highly encouraged to reserve a day pass in advance since they will likely reach capacity.
The Klondike Cougars went into last Friday night’s six-man football game against Sands at Jim and Pat Nance Field as big 45-point favorites but needed a big fourth quarter to hold off the stubborn Mustangs, 86-56.
A big fourth quarter rally last Friday night at Wilson helped the O’Donnell Eagles soar past the Lubbock Titans, 54-32.
The Golden Tornadoes outscored Littlefield two touchdowns to one in the second half of last Friday night’s homecoming game.
Last week was homecoming at Gail and the way that Borden County continues lighting up the opposition it didn’t take long for the Coyotes to get to their class parties.
With their home courts being under construction most of last season, the Golden Tornadoes’ tennis squad spent most of that year on the road.
Being in the same district where two of their opponents are ranked among the best in the state, the Golden Tornado volleyballers know that the road to the post-season through District 3-3A probably won’t always be smooth.
The Lamesa Press-Reporter Football Contest heated up last week with eight pickers going 11-1 on the week. But that’s why there are tiebreakers.