The Borden County Coyotes are off to a 2-0 start this season even without playing a complete football game yet.
Thanks to a big finish last Friday night at Robert Lee, the Sands Mustangs’ football team came home with its first win of its season.
A strong showing from its boys ladder here last Saturday against Monahans the Golden Tors’ tennis squad got its second win of this fall season by winning 11 matches compared to the Loboes’ eight.
The Golden Tornado volleyballers are just over two weeks away from opening up the District 3-3A race.
The Golden Tornadoes’ cross country squad opened up its season last Saturday by running in Lubbock Christian University’s Rust Buster Meet.
After getting their first match win of the season here last weekend against the Class 4A Lakeview Chiefs the Golden Tor tennis squad was hoping to get its first district win here this past Tuesday against Levelland.
As proud as Lamesa Coach Skye Torres already is of the steps which her much improved squad has made this season she believes the best way to get those strides to continue is by challenging them with tough competition.
They’re still over a month away from the start of district play but the Klondike Cougar volleyballers are already seeing a payoff from playing a tough non-district schedule.
Lamesa’s junior high volleyballers opened their seasons on a strong note last Thursday evening at Brownfi eld by winning three out of their four matches against the Cubs.
Mario Dimas is quick to admit that staying at the top in the weekly Wednesday golf scrambles seems to keep getting tougher from year to year but his team once again found a way to do so this sunmer.