Three candidates are vying to become the new Lamesa Rodeo Queen.
After making their first playoff appearance on the gridiron in 19 years, the Golden Tors are picked by Texas Football magazine to return to the post-season out of Division I District 3-3A.
From having two football teams ranked in the top 10 in the state last fall to a state championship girls track team in May, the past school year was an exciting one for the small schools in the Lamesa area.
Having a dad who has over 800 career coaching victories and three state championships, it was easy for Seth Slover to wind up in that same profession.
Mario Dimas’ golf team continues to find its way to the top.
Dimas’ team won still another weekly golf scramble Wednesday evening by shooting a 27 at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
A serious knee injury seven months ago isn’t keeping O’Donnell High School graduate Caleb Lowe from continuing to pursue a life-long dream.
Lamesa is sending three girls softball all-star teams to the West Texas All-Stars Tournament which begins Thursday in San Angelo.
Lamesa’s 13- to 15-year-old Babe Ruth baseball all-stars have finished their season but not without proving themselves as a team to watch in the future.
The Golden Tornadoes’ search for a new head baseball coach is finished.
They didn’t even have to look outside their own dugout.
Having a mother who spent most of her career in health care and a dad who once coached, Jordan Martinez was basically born into his profession.