Being in the same district where two of their opponents are ranked among the best in the state, the Golden Tornado volleyballers know that the road to the post-season through District 3-3A probably won’t always be smooth.
The Lamesa Press-Reporter Football Contest heated up last week with eight pickers going 11-1 on the week. But that’s why there are tiebreakers.
Klondike head volleyball coach Katie Cruz likes what she sees coming back to the Cougars’ bench after recently giving birth to her third child, daughter Cami Layne on August 19.
Growing up, one of Brant Bailey’s fondest memories was participating in Mike Leach’s Texas Tech Red Raider Football Camp.
If last Saturday’s Plains Cross Country Invitational at the Yoakum County Golf Course is any kind of sign then the Golden Tornadoes are right on schedule.
Despite falling to a much improved Seminole Indian squad, 15 matches to four, here Tuesday evening the Golden Tornadoes’ tennis squad still controls its own destiny as far as returning to the state team playoffs are concerned.
The Sands Mustangs drove over 150 miles last Saturday at Ozona to run in their second cross country meet of their season but Coach Dustin Wall’s runners made it well worth the trip.
Spotting Midland Texas Leadership Charter Academy the first touchdown must have been the only wake-up call the Sands Mustangs needed last Friday night at Ackerly as this game went all downhill from there.
The Klondike Cougars’ football team enjoyed a huge bounce back game last Friday night at Loraine where they thumped a team, 72-22, which played in last year’s state Division II state championship game at AT&T Stadium.
The O’Donnell Eagles’ football team is off to one of its better starts in years but they had to defy the odds last Friday night at Petersburg to do so.