Having an older brother who was an all-stater on a state championship basketball team, Victor Spencer knew about pressure long before he took his first shot as a high school basketball player.
After dropping their first game in this past weekend’s 12-and-under District Tournament, Lamesa’s Cal Ripken baseball squad managed to win two out of their last three games.
A 5K and one-mile race planned for this Friday to benefit Lamesa Legacy Co-op, has been called off as a result of last Saturday’s storm.
Thursday evening’s district 12-and-under Cal Ripken baseball tournament opening game between Lamesa and Denver City basically came down to one swing of the bat.
Earlier this month, recent Lamesa High School graduate Emma Garcia was undecided about whether she would seek to continue playing softball.
Lamesa’s Babe Ruth baseball all-stars will open their district tournament at 6 p.m. Wednesday against Andrews at Seminole.
Mario Dimas’s team shot a 27 Wednesday evening to win the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course’s weekly golf scramble.
Members of Lamesa’s 12-and-under Cal Ripkin League all-start team are (front, from left) Ty Martinez, Jayden Jaramillo, Slayde Oaks, Damien Ramos, Samuel Baricevic, Not pictured Cayden Barrera, (back) Aaron Smith, Zach Barron, Isaiah Capetillo, Jett Napper, Carson Wade, Jordan Antu and Draven Carrejo.
Look for the home team to create some excitement as Lamesa hosts a 12-and-under Cal Ripken District Baseball Tournament starting Thursday.
As good as the Sands’ Lady ‘Stangs were a year ago on the high school hardwoods there’s a chance that they might be even better this coming winter.