O’Donnell’s boys basketball team is now 5-1 in District 7-1A after a 42-31 win on their home court on Friday against Wellman-Union.
It may be a few years before many of the Lamesa school district’s bond-funded projects come to full fruition, but one is just days away from completion.
A fourth-quarter rally by the Klondike Lady Cougars fell just a few points short of knocking off one of the top-ranked Class 1A girls basketball teams in the state.
The Sands girls basketball team secured a spot in the Class 1A state playoffs with a 42-31 win at Grady on Friday evening.
Borden County got a good non-district workout on Friday in a 52-41 win over Sudan in a game played at Lubbock.
Lamesa’s eighth grade girls A basketball team had one win and two losses in the Andrews Tournament last week, while it had a win over Big Spring this past Thursday.
A nail-biter between the Sands and Klondike boys basketball teams went down to the very last second on Tuesday evening. Actually, it went down to the last half-second. Sands’ Jayden
A poor third quarter hurt the Lamesa High School boys basketball team in a 59-46 loss at Levelland on Tuesday evening. The Golden Tornadoes got outscored 20-10 in that pivotal
O’Donnell’s girls and boys basketball teams both captured road wins over Loop in District 7-1A action on Tuesday evening. OHS jumped out to a 24-4 first-quarter lead in the girls
Borden County’s boys basketball team moved into sole possession of second place in the District 8-1A standings with a 51-34 win over Garden City on Tuesday evening at Gail. The