Lamesa Middle School’s girls basketball teams have come back after the Christmas and New Year’s break by playing several games in tournaments last week, as well as a game this
The Lamesa Golden Tornadoes opened District 3-4A boys basketball action here on Friday night with a hard-fought 43-36 win over Hereford.
Lamesa’s girls took a quick early lead in their District 3-4A basketball game here on Friday evening against Hereford.
A match-up between two top-20 teams in the state ended up with a 44-38 home win for Grady over the Borden County Coyotes in District 8-1A boys basketball action on Friday night.
For three quarters it was about as close as it could be in Friday evening’s match-up at Garden City between two teams ranked among the top 10 in the state by the Texas Girls Coaches Association
O’Donnell split its games with Meadow in District 7-1A basketball action on Friday night on the Eagles’ home court.
Last week the Lamesa High School girls opened district play against a Level-land squad ranked number one in the state in Class 4A by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches.
Much like it did last Friday against district foe Sands, a slow start doomed the Klondike Lady Cougars on Tuesday against state-ranked Garden City. Klondike could not overcome a 15-0
Borden County’s boys basketball team improved its record to 14-3 with a 40-33 win over Farwell in a non-district contest on Tuesday evening at Lubbock Christian University. “It was just
O’Donnell’s girls captured a nail-biting 57-55 win over Wellman-Union in District 7-1A basketball action on Tuesday at Wellman. The Lady Eagles jumped out to a 21-10 lead in the first