After a break for Christmas, high school basketball teams in Lamesa and the area will be returning to action on the hardwoods later this week. Lamesa High School’s varsity girls
After helping the Lady Cougars reach the regional semifinals last month for the third straight season, Klondike seniors Haleigh Archer and Cheyenne Gruben both have received all-state recognition.
Lamesa’s Middle School girls basketball teams won two and lost two in competition against Greenwood this past Thursday at Greenwood.
Seventh graders win
Klondike’s varsity girls basketball team lost to Morton this past Thursday, 44-27, in its final action before the Christmas break.
Lamesa’s boys basketball team heads into the Christmas break fresh off a win on the road at Kermit this past Friday afternoon.
Kaylene Davis (left) and Melissa Lopez with the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes apply defensive pressure to a Greenwood player following a rebound in basketball action here on Tuesday evening. Lamesa had a tough time shooting the ball,
Klondike’s girls and boys basketball teams both placed third in the annual Cougar Classic held last Friday and Saturday at Klondike. The Lady Cougars used a big second half to
Lamesa’s Golden Tornadoes fell to Snyder in both varsity and freshman boys basketball games on Tuesday at Snyder. Snyder topped Lamesa by a score of 67-40 in the varsity contest.
Lamesa’s varsity girls basketball team had a tough time getting the ball to go through the hoop in a 48-32 loss to Greenwood here on Tuesday evening. “For the most
The Sands girls and Borden County boys captured top honors in the Sands basketball tournament that wrapped up this past Saturday at Ackerly. The Lady ‘Stangs improved their season record