This year’s O’Donnell High School boys basketball squad continues to re-write the Eagles’ history books.
Not many people gave the Klondike Cougars much of a chance going into Friday night’s Class 1A area boys playoff match against Springlake-Earth at Frenship’s Tiger Pit.
Local athletes shined in Lamesa’s annual Junior High Relays this past Thursday at Golden Tornado Stadium.
The Golden Tornadoes hosted a JV boys golf tournament on a chilly Wednesday at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
The Golden Tornadoes’ tennis squad continues bringing home the hardware.
Borden County’s District 8-1A champs killed two big birds with one stone Thursday night at Post.
The Golden Tornadoes’ baseball squad is still seeking its first win of this season but after listening to Coach Bobby Alvarez late this week one’s got to feel like they’re getting considerably closer.
Lamesa’s Bill Weaver Youth Sports Complex will be hopping this weekend as the ‘Show-Me-What-You- Got’ youth girls’ softball tournament will be bringing in young talent from all over West Texas and parts of New Mexico.
Junior Makayla Gonzales and sophomore Jocelyn Marroquin will be representing the Golden Tornadoes next Saturday in the regional power lifting championships at Monahans.
Sign ups continue until March 13 for the Lamesa Girls’ Fastpitch Association.