The Borden County Coyotes took a break from district play Tuesday but their bats definitely didn’t take the night off.
Giving up four runs in the first inning proved costly for O’Donnell’s baseball team Tuesday night at Seagraves where they fell 9-5.
Thirteen Golden Tornado tracksters are heading to area after turning in strong performances at this past week’s District 3-3A Track & Field Championships at Denver City.
Lamesa High School baseball coach Steve Garcia talks to his players before joining them in a prayer prior to their game here this past Tuesday evening against Muleshoe. Both the Golden Tornado varsity baseball and softball teams were off Friday and will return to district action this coming week. LPR photo
Lamesa and the surrounding area will be well represented this coming week in regional golf tournaments.
After losing three out of their first four games to start out their season, the Borden County Coyotes are surging at the right time with the playoffs just a couple of weeks away.
Tom Anderson’s team shot a 29 Wednesday evening to win the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course’s weekly golf scramble.
This area is going to be well represented at the Region I-1A Track Meet following Thursday’s area track meet at Garden City.
Borden County and O’Donnell renewed their long rivalry on the baseball diamond Friday afternoon at Tahoka in a game which was up for grabs going into the late innings.
The O’Donnell Eagles finished their inaugural season on the high school softball diamond Friday afternoon at O’Donnell, falling just short of their celebrating their first win.