Sands’ boys and Borden County’s girls took top team honors at Monday’s District 8-1A Cross Country Championships at Lubbock’s Mae Simmons Park.
A pair of Lamesa defenders, including sophomore Elijah Maldonado (22) converge to stop a Denver City ball carrier during the fi rst half of Friday’s district opener at Tornado Stadium.
After suffering their first loss last week, the Klondike Cougars’ football team bounced back Friday night against Fort Davis at Rankin but it didn’t come easy.
Logan Falkenbury believes beginning his coaching career with the Golden Tornadoes was definitely the right move.
Defense wins championships but you still need a little help from your offense.
Senior Juanita Renteria was crowned O’Donnell High School’s homecoming queen by last year’s queen, Maddye Sumners, during halftime of Friday night’s football game.
After reaching the Division I six-man football playoffs the past two years, the O’Donnell Eagles took a big step toward a return Friday night at O’Donnell.
The Borden County Coyotes got a big monkey off of their back Thursday night at Gail.
After getting thumped 59-14 last week by Dell City, the Dawson Dragons football team proved Thursday night at Lubbock they’ve still got plenty of fight inside of them.
Golden Tor tennis coach Jose Lucio believes his squad is ready for their first playoff appearance in team tennis in over 30 years.