Lamesa’s Zack Quintanilla drives against a Kermit defender to put up a shot during basketball action Friday evening at Follis Gymnasium.
Tennis is returning to the Lamesa High School sports lineup this spring after an absence of almost a decade.
Two members of the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes grid team earned first-team honors on this year’s Class 4A, Division 2, District 1 all-district squad.
Just as they did on the playing field, the Borden County Coyotes dominated the all-district team announced recently for six-man football’s Division I, District 6.
O’Donnell’s girls basketball team trailed by double digits on their home court before rallying for a 70-68 win over Spur on Friday.
Klondike’s girls opened tournament action on Friday morning with a solid 54-17 win over the Pecos junior varsity.
Lamesa High School’s varsity boys basketball team turned back a fourth-quarter run by Kermit to capture a 63-48 win here on Friday night at Follis Gymnasium.
Improving their season record to 14-1 with two comfortable wins on Friday, the Sands High School girls basketball team was scheduled to play in the championship game of their own tournament on Satu
Borden County’s varsity and junior varsity teams all captured victories over Lorenzo during a busy evening of basketball action on Tuesday at Gail. The Lady Coyotes’ varsity squad overcame an
Sands’ girls basketball team improved its season record to 12-1 with an easy 46-14 road win over Meadow on Tuesday. Sands jumped out to a 29-7 halftime lead in that