Another meeting was scheduled here Sunday Feb. 23 starting at 2 p.m. in the Dawson County Library Meeting Room to make plans for a city men’s and co-ed softball league here.
Klondike head boys baskeball coach Chad Myers admits that he really doesn’t know what to expect out of his young Cougars as the Class 1A state hoop playoffs tip off this week.
Going into Friday’s Class 1A area girls playoff matchagainst New Home here Friday, Borden County Coach Lindsey Schmidt knew that her young guns would have to be at the top of their game.
A strong start helped pave the way for Klondike’s girls hoop squad Tuesday evening as they opened the Class 1A state playoffs with a 42-16 blowout win over Meadow at Post.
Borden County’s girls couldn’t have found a more opportune time to play some of their best basketball of this season.
By winning the District 7-1A girls hoop crown, their first league title in some 11 years, the Sands Mustangs got a rare day off between the end of district and the start of the playoffs.
The Golden Tornado boys’ basketball squad finished up a long season here Tuesday night by taking on Canyon, one of District 3-4A’s top teams.
Sands’ young Mustang boys hoop squad found itself one game short of advancing to the Class 1A state playoffs after falling 59-35 Tuesday night at Garden City.
Tuesday evening’s high school softball season opener at Joe Spikes Field turned out being a dandy between the Coahoma Bulldogs and the Golden Tornadoes.
A steadily improving and talented squad helps keep Coach Jose Lucio happy about being back as his high school alma mater as the Golden Tornadoes’ tennis coach.