The Golden Tornadoes’ junior high volleyball squads didn’t have much luck Monday evening at Denver City, losing all four matches to the Fillies.
The high school football playoffs don’t kick off until next month but one might think different after listening to Lamesa Coach Joseph Hood this week.
A year after winning their first high school district football championship in 25 years, the Klondike Cougars can take a big step toward making it two straight Friday night at Loop.
The Shofner family continues to stand at the front in the Lamesa Press-Reporter’s annual football pick-’em contest.
The Borden County Coyotes’ football team took its first step toward a 14th straight district championship Friday night at Meadow.
And the Coyotes didn’t waste much time doing it either.
Shallowater breezed to last year’s Division I District 1-3A football championship, beating its five league opponents by an average of nearly 36 points per game.
While the future of the Dawson Dragons’ football program looks promising, they could have a hard time finishing their second season with a high school program after not fielding a team for several
Lamesa’s sub-varsity football teams found the going tough Thursday evening against Shallowater.
A month after she was crowned as a national champ in open women’s trap shooting, Borden County senior Ryann Phillips has now shown she can compete with some of the best shooters in the world.
Going into Thursday night’s six-man football game at O’Donnell, the Division I Eagles were 45-point favorites to beat the Division II Sands Mustangs.