After a strong showing at the District 6A Cross Country Championships at LCU this past Tuesday the O’Donnell Eagles will be sending 12 runners to regionals.
After a year’s layoff, youth basketball will soon be making a return to Lamesa.
Golden Tor sophomore Yenesie Guevara enjoys running at Lubbock’s Mae Simmons Park.
After winning their first District 3-3A volleyball match of the season on Saturday, the Golden Tors had hopes of making it two straight in the win column on Tuesday at Littlefield.
After watching his Golden Tornadoes take on Big Spring in bi-district team tennis action at Midland College, Lamesa Coach Jose Lucio couldn’t help but come home from the Tall City wondering what might have been.
Lamesa’s junior high volleyballers made the trip back home from Friona Monday with wins in two of their four matches against the Chieftains.
The Klondike Cougar volleyballers grabbed one of their biggest wins of the season Tuesday at Plains.
Bric Turner was the only contestant to pick 10 of the 12 games correctly in Week 6 of the Lamesa Press-Reporter’s annual football pick-’em contest.
Despite getting shut out in last week’s district opener by Denver City, Golden Tornado football coach Joseph Hood is still rather upbeat preparing for Shallowater here Friday.
When the O’Donnell Eagles and Sands Mustangs face each other Thursday night at O’Donnell it’ll be a match-up between two teams who have at least a couple of things in common.