A week after finishing basketball season in the third round of the playoffs, the Borden County Coyotes chalked up their first win of the season on the baseball diamond.
Sign ups continue until here Friday March 13 for the Lamesa Girls’ Fastpitch Association.
A meeting is scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 11, starting at 7 p.m. to finalize plans for men’s and co-ed softball leagues here.
Apparently O’Donnell standout Zaelan Gloria hasn’t taken her final shot as a high school basketball player.
The Golden Tornadoes’ baseball squad put two more games into the win column in this week’s Levelland Tournament.
Just like they did against their District 8A basketball opponents, the Borden County Coyotes also dominated the all-District 8A boys basketball team.
A youth movement continues to lead the Golden Tornadoes’ golf program this season.
Sign ups continue until March 13 for the Lamesa Girls’ Fastpitch Association.
As twins, Lamesa’s Emiliana and Lilliana Contreras probably have several things in common including their love for the game of softball. Both of these North Elementary fi fth grade sisters were recognized among the best in their division in the youth girls’ softball tournament held here last weekend at the Bill Weaver Youth Sports’ Complex. Playing for the Lamesa Heartbreakers, both of these young ladies earned MVP in games held as part of that tournament. Emiliana plays catcher and Lilliana pitcher. Their parents Trinidad and Sara Contreras help coach their daughters. By earning MVP status, both young ladies will now play in an allstate tournament this summer at Hobbs, New Mexico.
Fashaa Edwards continues to lead the Golden Tornadoes’ junior high tracksters.