At times Tuesday, Klondike looked like a team which continues to be ranked again among the Top 10 Class 1A volleyball squads in the state.
The Golden Tornadoes’ seventh grade B volleyball team brought home its first win of the season Monday evening at Coahoma with a 25-22, 25-13 match victory.
When the Golden Tors’ freshmen football team got thumped 30-0 in its season opener by San Angelo Lake View it must have been a wake-up call.
Lamesa offense sputters in Week 3
After watching his Dragons play their third high school football game of the season Thursday at Welch Dawson, Coach Richard Sessums said it didn’t take him long to see what kind of night it was going to be against Cotton Center.
Lamesa’s junior high football teams opened the season on the wrong foot Thursday, dropping both the seventh and eight grade games to Lubbock Trinity.
Friday night’s six-man football home opener at Klondike featuring two teams ranked among the top 10 in the state lived up to its billing.
After they both finished last season in the state cross country championships, the Sands Mustangs and Borden County Coyotes are ranked among the best in the state this year.
Mario Dimas’ team shot a 62 this past Monday to win the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course’s Labor Day Three-Thee-Three golf tournament.
The Sands Mustangs continued creeping closer to their first win this season Friday night at Rankin against one of the top -ranked Division II six-man football teams in the state.