Iris Bergara is the winner of this week’s Lamesa Press- Reporter football contest, as she was the only contestant in Week 4 to pick 11 of the 12 games correctly.
The Golden Tornadoes’ freshmen football team made the long road trip up to Amarillo Thursday but it probably didn’t seem nearly as long on the way back home.
Joseph Hood won’t be the only one who’ll have a hard time forgetting his first win as the Lamesa High School’s head football coach.
A touchdown late in the fourth quarter helped Sterling City hold off Borden County in a 62-58 six-man thriller Friday night at Sterling City.
There’s no telling what kind of high school tennis player Jose Lucio could have been in high school with the luxury of growing up with a junior high program.
Some people had to be wondering just what O’Donnell Coach Fernando Baeza was thinking this week.
It was homecoming Friday night at Klondike and the Cougars were in the mood for partying.
In a period of two days this past week the Dawson Dragons went from cancelling their high school football season to preparing again for their first game.
The Sands Mustangs went into Whitharral Friday night hoping to make it three straight in the win column.
Shortly after watching her Cougars fall to Aspermont in District 3-2A volleyball action in three straight sets Tuesday evening at Cougar Gymnasium, Klondike Coach Niatha Cullen says one of the biggest things missing in her spikers’ attack is a ‘killer mentality.’