The Golden Tornadoes will finish the remainder of their high school volleyball season with a new leader.
The Golden Tornadoes’ eighth grade A volleyball team moved to 4-0 Monday evening at Denver City after defeating the Fillies, 25-15, 19-25 and 25-14.
Lamesa High School sophomore Samantha Galindo accounted for the Golden Tornadoes’ lone victory in last Saturday’s dual match at Seminole against the much improved Indians.
It took the tiebreaker, but Billy Ray Smith wound up the winner in Week 3 of the Lamesa Press-Reporter’s annual football contest.
The Golden Tornadoes ran in their first cross country meet of the season last Saturday at the Lubbock Christian University Chap Invite and Coach Rose Mary McCall likes the potential she saw on opening day.
The Klondike Cougars and the O’Donnell Eagles will also be observing homecoming Friday night during area six-man football competition.
Golden Tornado football coach Joseph Hood has always done his best to treat every game the same but this week he admitted Friday night’s game here against Amarillo River Road is big, and it’s got nothing to do with it being homecoming either.
It didn’t take long here Friday night in the Golden Tornado football team’s first home appearance to get that feeling that it was going to be another one of those nights.
The Golden Tornadoes lost Thursday’s sub-varsity football game at Snyder as the Tigers roared to a 46-0 victory.
Lamesa’s eighth grade A volleyball team is now 3-0 in its young season after spiking the Friona Chieftains in two straight sets, 25-17 and 25-12, Thursday evening at the Lamesa High School Gym.