Last week the Lamesa High School girls opened district play against a Level-land squad ranked number one in the state in Class 4A by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches.
Much like it did last Friday against district foe Sands, a slow start doomed the Klondike Lady Cougars on Tuesday against state-ranked Garden City. Klondike could not overcome a 15-0
Borden County’s boys basketball team improved its record to 14-3 with a 40-33 win over Farwell in a non-district contest on Tuesday evening at Lubbock Christian University. “It was just
O’Donnell’s girls captured a nail-biting 57-55 win over Wellman-Union in District 7-1A basketball action on Tuesday at Wellman. The Lady Eagles jumped out to a 21-10 lead in the first
The Sands boys and girls both captured wins in basketball action on Tuesday at Ackerly. The Lady ‘Stangs started the evening off with a 41-31 victory over Grady in District
Lamesa High School senior Kain Parks puts up two points for the Golden Tornadoes here Tuesday evening in a 58-53 loss to Pecos.
What started out looking like a rout turned into an exciting contest as the state-ranked Sands High School basketball girls held off Klondike by a score of 51-45 on Friday at Ackerly.
The Lamesa Golden Tornado girls outscored the top-ranked Class 4A basketball team in the state during the final two quarters of their district-opening game here Friday evening.
The new year has not been very kind to the Lamesa High School varsity boys basketball squad.
Borden County’s girls basketball team did not get district play kicked off the way they would have liked on Friday at Garden City.