Starting Friday night Lamesa will be hosting a pair of Cal Ripkin baseball district tournaments at the Bill Weaver Youth Sports Complex. “The closer that we get the more excited
For the second weekend in a row, Borden County’s Zane Allen proved that he can play ball with the big boys. This past Saturday, Allen helped the Red team beat
Lamesa will be hosting a couple of district Cal Ripken baseball tournaments starting Friday evening at the Bill Weaver Youth Sports Complex. And from the look of things, the home
Borden County’s Zane Allen has been a jack of all trades in the Coyotes’ athletic program. After being a standout on both the gridiron and hardwoods, Allen followed it up
O’Donnell’s Taylor (Gass) Feliciano likely won’t forget her first year in the high school coaching ranks Feliciano ended up taking a relatively young Eagle hoop squad to the playoffs where
A local couple’s granddaughter has proven that a strong freshman collegiate golf season was not any kind of fluke. Christina Pevey, the granddaughter of Lamesa’s Herrel and Wanda Hallmark, made
A familiar face soon will be rejoining the Golden Tornadoes’ coaching staff in a familiar place. Joseph Hood confirmed with the Lamesa Press-Reporter late last week that he and his
Borden County Coach Trey Richey often refers to six-man football as being a “different animal” from the 11-man game. Richey played six-man football in high school at Jayton, then played
After making their third straight Class 1A playoff appearance, the O’Donnell Eagles are well represented on the all-District 4-2A Baseball Team. Sophomore Blaze Garces is 4-2A’s Pitcher of the Year.
Counting his first two years at Dawson where he quarterbacked the Dragons to back-to-back six-man playoff appearances, Lamesa’s Jackson Napper scored over 100 touchdowns in his high school football career.