Lamesa’s junior high tracksters finished their season on a high note by putting up their most points of the year in the District 3-3A South Zone Championships last week at Brownfield.
Following their strong showing at last week’s District 6-1A Track & Field Championships the O’Donnell Eagles will be well represented at next week’s area track meet.
The Dawson Dragons didn’t come home with as many medals as they would have liked from last Thursday’s District 7-1A Track & Field Meet at Whiteface but they did make their presence known.
Having never led during the first four innings the Golden Tornadoes’ softball squad on Friday at Brownfield found themselves in a spot which they haven’t spent much time in this season.
Three area high school hoopsters have been recognized among the state’s best.
After being on the verge of winning Friday’s District 3-3A baseball opener at Brownfield on the 10-run rule, the Golden Tors ended up just managing to escape with a win.
The District 3-3A Tennis Tournament is coming up April 12 and 13 at Brownfield. After watching his squad’s performance in Thursday’s Brownfield Invitational, Golden Tor Coach Jose Lucio is getting more and more excited about his netters’ chances in league competition.
The Golden Tornado golfers teed off in District 3-3A competition this past Monday at Lubbock’s Shadow Hills.
This coming Wednesday evening the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course will start hosting its annual weekly scrambles.
A handful of Golden Tornado tracksters are heading to the area meet after a strong start in the first day of the District 3-3A Track Championships.