Welcoming back six starters from a squad which went two rounds deep in the Class 4A softball playoffs a year ago, Coach Vanessa Hernandez felt before the season that her squad has an opportunity to be something special.
For the first four innings here Monday evening at Joe Spikes Field, the Golden Tornadoes’ baseball squad hung right with Class 6A Midland High.
One of the big keys to becoming a great baseball player is having a short memory.
The Golden Tornadoes’ tennis squad made its first home appearance of the season here on a very chilly Thursday afternoon.
It’s off to the races for the Golden Tornadoes’ boys and girls track squads as they get their season out of the starting blocks here next week on their brand new six-lane track.
The Golden Tornado girls’ power lifting squad took fifth place out of 13 teams Thursday at Slaton.
Klondike senior Aaron Young is now three-for-three when it comes to high school power lifting meets this winter.
Three out of the four Golden Tor golfers played some of the best golf of their young careers Wednesday at Denver City’s Yoakum County Golf Course.
Registration continues through here Friday, Feb. 28 at West Texas Graphics for youngsters interested in participating in Lamesa’s Cal Ripken Youth Baseball League.
Take away a sluggish start Friday evening at Lubbock Roosevelt and there’s a very good chance the Klondike Cougars would have knocked off 12th-ranked Whiteface in the area round of the Class 1A basketball girls playoffs.