There’s an old saying that says records are made to be broken.
Tom Anderson and Tommy Staggs won the front nine while the team of Mario Dimas and Jonathan Dimas took the back nine at the annual Cotton Picker Golf Tournament last Saturday afternoon at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
As wild as it was even making it to the Class 4A baseball playoffs, the 1995 Golden Tornadoes made the most of the opportunity once they got there.
When Keith Bryant was named last fall as the 2019 Superintendent of the Year by the Texas Association of School Boards it shouldn’t have come as a surprise to anyone.
If Kelsey Canavan can have the same kind of success as a high school coach as she did as a college basketball player, the Klondike Cougars look to be in store for quite a treat.
Suzanne (Smith) Hogg has a 10-year-old daughter who already has aspirations of being a college athlete someday.
In 1998, Chris Roberts and Andy Ellis were the Twin Towers on a Lamesa High School boys basketball squad which finished its season at the state tournament in Austin.
Tom Anderson’s team shot a seven-under par score of 27 here Wednesday evening to win the weekly golf scramble at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
As much pride as she has as a coach in the Class 6A Midland Lee softball program, Cassie Hernandez is just as proud of the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes’ successful softball program.
Growing up just outside Chicago, Ill., Niatha Cullen can remember a story when she was started preparing for college.