Lamesa’s junior high girls basketball teams won two out of four games Monday at Friona.
A shaky start is all the Golden Tornado basketball girls needed to get their attention Friday night on the District 3-3A road at Friona.
The Golden Tornado basketball boys have been hearing most of the week from their head coach about Friday night’s game being one of those ‘trap games’ and it didn’t take them long to take care of business.
The Golden Tornadoes’ power lifting squad will have to wait another week to open up its 2023 season.
By sending four of their players to regionals and also advancing to the regional team playoffs the past two seasons, the Golden Tornadoes have made quite a name for themselves in tennis.
Lamesa’s junior high boys basketball teams split their four games Monday evening at Littlefield, winning both seventh grade games and dropping both eighth grade games to the Wildcats.
It’s been right at two months ago since Klondike’s Bella Stevens came up with her final block or spike of her high school volleyball career, but the Cougar senior continues to get recognition.
Most big games never live up to its hype, but Friday night’s District 8A girls match up at Ackerly between Sands and Klondike did and then some.
A strong start helped the Borden County basketball boys make it three straight in the District 6A win column Friday evening at Gail where the Coyotes thumped the Wilson Mustangs, 70-15.
Friday the 13th wasn’t good for the O’Donnell Eagles in their District 6A high school basketball doubleheader on the road at Lorenzo.