Despite finding themselves somewhat short-handed, O’Donnell’s girls basketball squad still put on quite a show on opening night at Eagle Gym Tuesday evening blowing, out the Ira Bulldogs, 56-24.
It wasn’t the final outcome that they wanted. The Dawson Dragons girls still had their moments in Tuesday evening’s season opener against Lorenzo at Welch before the Hornettes stung the Dragons, 53-18.
After seeing two of their top players from each of the past two seasons take their acts to the collegiate levels, the Sands Mustangs girls knew that this high school basketball season could very well come down to a matter of time.
Ten area athletes finished their high school cross country season Friday morning.
Golden Tornado head football coach Joseph Hood has some sweet memories from his own old high school football playing days at Littlefield’s Wildcat Stadium.
Another season of exciting Golden Tornado girls basketball action is off and running. Coach Trenton Jones’ second year at the helm got started on the right foot here last Saturday afternoon, as Lamesa held off Class 4A Sweetwater, 38-26.
After winning 14 straight district championships and making 14 straight playoff appearances, the Borden County saw it all snapped a year ago when they managed to win only two district games, in what many insiders refer to as, one of the toughest in the state.
The Klondike Cougars put the finishing touches on their fourth straight district football championship last Thursday at Wilson.They thumped the Mustangs, 56-0, in their regular season finale which stopped at the half on six-man’s 45-point rule.
After finding themselves down 18-17 to Balmorhea in the first set of area’s Class 1A state volleyball playoff match at Kermit, Klondike Coach Katie Cruz must have gotten her Cougars’ attention.
After starting out this season with a red hot 8-1 start, the O’Donnell Eagles had hopes of capturing sixman’s Division I District 5-1A crown.