Walkers and runners interested in doing a 5K or one-mile race can line up in Forrest Park beginning at 8:15 p.m., Friday, July 2.
Three years after starting his coaching career here, Avery Gutierrez now has his first high school head baseball coaching job.
The deadline is 6 p.m. Friday for local golfers to sign up for this weekend’s annual Cotton Picker Golf Tournament at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
Golden Tornado Athletic Director Gregg Moreland admits he took a chance three years ago when he hired a 24-year-old head basketball coach.
After helping lead their softball teams to successful seasons this spring, four area sluggers have been recognized among the best in the state by the Texas Girls Coaches Association.
After making all-state in his third different sport of the 2020-2021 school year, Borden County’s Trey Edwards modestly attributes his success to his Coyote teammates and coaches.
The son of a former Golden Tornado coaching assistant and Klondike Cougar head football coach is now being recognized as one of the best high school baseball catchers in the state.
Four years after coaching his high school alma mater to the high school volleyball playoffs, Marcus Hereford has been helping coach his college alma mater to the NCAA playoffs.
Dennis Page’s team shot a 28 on Wednesday evening to win the weekly golf scramble at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
Lamesa’s Emma Garcia and Borden County’s Haddie Flanigan didn’t know each other until this past weekend.