If there was ever such a thing as a statement game at Gail there was one Friday night
Tor players try to keep the ball in their possession during Friday;s game against the Snyder Tigers. The Tors suffered a loss with a 8 - 41 final score. LPR photo
After pulling off two good-sized shockers the past couple of weeks, the O’Donnell Eagles had hopes of pulling off their third straight upset Friday night at Sterling City.
Klondike spotted its visitors from Grady the first eight points Friday night but after that the Cougars took complete control in a 58-8 thumping of the Wildcats.
The Lubbock Titans went into Ackerly Friday night fresh off of their first win of this season.
After putting in 300 miles on ‘yellow dog’ school buses the first two weeks of the football season, the Golden Tornadoes will get the chance to play at home Friday night when they host longtime rival Snyder.
The young Golden Tornado volleyballers continued to pay their dues Tuesday night at Crane, falling to the Golden Cranes in three sets, 25-12, 25-15 and 25-18.
The Golden Tornadoes’ cross country squad will get its 2020 season started Saturday morning in the Lubbock Christian University Chap Invite at Lubbock.
Douglas Baker picked 10 of the 12 games correctly to win top honors in the second week of the Lamesa Press-Reporter’s annual football contest.
The Klondike Cougars started their road back to the playoffs Tuesday evening at Cougar Gymnasium as they spiked the Loop Longhorns, 26-24, 21-25, 25- 18 and 25-15, in their Distric 3-2A opener.