Powerful swings and redhot pitching continues to keep the Golden Tornadoes at the top of the District 3-3A softball standings.
After already proving themselves as the best high school tennis players in District 3-3A, Lamesa High School’s senior Zoey Trevino and junior Karmelo Reyes are getting the chance this week to see how well they stack up against this region’s best.
Mario Dimas’s team shot a 28 here Wednesday to win the first weekly scramble of the season at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
Steady progress has Golden Tornado junior golfer Justin Peterson now heading to regionals.
After helping lead the Klondike girls’ huge breakout season on the basketball court, Izabella Arismendez has one more game remaining her junior season.
After a playback match Wednesday at Garden City, Borden County will now be sending 11 of its high school tennis players to regionals.
Errors continue taking their toll on the O’Donnell Eagles’ baseball team Friday evening at Class 3A Colorado City where the Wolves rolled to a 11-2 victory.
After getting their first win in almost a month this past weekend, the Golden Tornadoes’ baseball team went to Denver City Tuesday hoping to keep that magic going.
Freshman shortstop Zoey Sifuentes and the Golden Tornadoes’ softball team keeps on rolling.
After running against the likes of Andrews, Big Spring and Fort Stockton in last weekend’s Seminole Indian Relays, the Golden Tor tracksters are preparing for next week’s District 3-3A track meet.