Going into Thursday’s District 8-1A Track & Field Championships at Garden City, Sands Coach Steve Keith felt if it came down to the final race of the day the Mustang boys would have a chance at bringing home a title.
Good Friday was just that for O’Donnell High School head baseball coach Justin Ramirez and his Eagles on their home field.
After watching her sluggers cruise easily cruise to their last two District 3-3A softball victories, Golden Tor Coach Vanessa Hernandez attributed her squad’s power surge to one word – focus!
Lamesa High School’s Charles Aynes lifted his best among the best last Saturday in the state high school boys power lifting championships at Abilene’s Taylor Expo Center.
In their final tune-up for this weekend’s District 3-3A Track & Field Championships, the Golden Tors shined in last Friday’s Levelland Lobo Relays.
After winning another nail biter Tuesday evening at Lubbock Christian High School by a score of 9-8 the Golden Tornado baseball squad is now 13-6-1 on the year,
Resgistration for Lamesa’s Babe Ruth Baseball League got underway this week at West Texas Graphics.
Borden County baseball coach Bubba Edwards probably could have found a better way to celebrate his 49th birthday Tuesday night than watching Smyer thump his Coyotes, 20-2, at Gail.
O’Donnell High School baseball coach Justin Ramirez knew that Tuesday’s District 4-2A game against New Home could be a tough one.
Despite a sluggish start, Borden County’s softball squad rolled to a 9-4 District 4-2A victory over Westbrook at Colorado City.