The Golden Tornadoes got off to somewhat of a sluggish start in last weekend’s Class 3A area playoff series against Abernathy, but it was pretty much smooth sailing from there.
The Golden Tornadoes’ annual athletic banquet has been scheduled for Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Lamesa High School Student Center.
The Borden County Coyotes’ softball team has finished their past three seasons in the state tournament.
Fifteen area athletes will be chasing gold when the UIL Class 1A State Track Meet gets out of the starting blocks Saturday at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin.
After being relatively quiet in the first game of last weekend’s Class 1A bi-district baseball series against Crosbyton, Borden Coyotes’ bats woke up in solid fashion.
High school softball playoff action will be returning to Lamesa’s Joe Spikes Field this week.
Despite a slow start in Friday evening’s area playoff game against Abernathy at Lubbock Cooper, the Golden Tors’ softball team found itself needing only one more win this weekend to advance to the third round of the Class 3A state playoffs.
On paper Friday night’s Class 3A Bi-District high school baseball playoff series at Andrews between Lamesa and Tornillo looked like a mismatch.
Lamesa students heading into seventh, ninth and 11th grades with plans to participate in sports or band for the 2022-2023 academic year will first need to get a medical physical.
After being ranked this past week as the number one Class 1A softball team in the state, the Borden County Coyotes found their backs to the wall after the first game of their regional quarterfinal playoff series against Vernon Northside at Hawley.