If Borden County’s baseball squad is to make the kind of run which its Coach Bubba Edwards believes his Coyotes can at the end of this season then they’ve got to stop being so generous.
Members of the 1975 state championship basketball team, which fi nished 34-0, are (front) Coach O.W.
Sands High School track coach Steve Keith commented after Thursday’s Badger Relays at Merkel that some of the bigger schools had never heard of the school or the Sands community prior to the meet.
In celebration of 100 years of Texas high school basketball, the University Interscholastic League is honoring the state’s best, brightest and most unforgettable icons and legends.
Thursday’s girls state power lifting championships at Corpus Christi won’t mark the end of the power lifting season for the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes.
The next time the Golden Tornadoes’ softball squad takes the field here at Joe Spikes the stakes are going to be considerably higher.
It’s just over a two weeks until the Golden Tornadoes start their bid for the playoffs.
Consistency continues being one of the biggest problems for the O’Donnell Eagles this baseball season.
The Sands Mustangs have known for a year they have one of the fastest 1,600-meter boys relay teams in the are and maybe in the state.
A late rally was not quite enough for the home team Tuesday evening at Gail as the Borden County Coyotes came up 12-10 to Sundown in District 4-2A play.