Four seniors who played the final snaps of their high school football careers for the Golden Tors last fall now have one more game to play in this summer.
O’Donnell’s girls and boys basketball teams both came home from Petersburg Friday night with smiles on their faces after sweeping the Buffaloes in District 6A action.
Borden County’s basketball girls took a break from the District 6A but not the win column as they knocked off the Tahoka Bulldogs, 4936, Friday evening at Gail.
The Sands Mustangs swept the Dawson Dragons on the District 8A hardwoods Friday night at Welch.
The Sands basketball girls got their 20th win of the season Tuesday evening at Ackerly after overcoming a sluggish start against Grady.
The Klondike Cougars weren’t very gracious hosts to the Dawson Dragons in District 8-1A basketball action Tuesday night at Cougar Gym.
The Borden County Coyotes swept a pair of District 6-1A basketball games from the Crosbyton Chiefs Tuesday night at Gail.
Lamesa’s seventh grade boys A basketball team didn’t have much trouble breezing to its seventh straight win of the season here Monday, shutting out the Friona Chiefs, 47-0.
After making the Class 3A playoffs a year ago the Golden Tornadoes are still taking a different mental approach to the upcoming baseball season.
If the state high school basketball playoffs tipped off this week, there’s a good chance that both the Golden Tornadoes’ boys and girls would be moving on.