The Golden Tornadoes’ cross country squad continued making strides in last Saturday’s Oil Patch Invitational at Sundown.
Lamesa High School’s tennis team is heading to the playoffs this week but it will be a while before they can return to action on the school’s tennis courts.
Bryson Clark continues to prove himself as one of the top young golfers in Texas.
Lakyn Sandlin was crowned the homecoming queen and Kaleb King was named homecoming king during the Sands High School homecoming activities at Ackerly on Oct. 1.
Lamesa’s sub-varsity football teams were kept out of the win column this week but all three squads continued to show promising signs to build on.
Chalk up another moral victory for the Golden Tornado volleyballers.
Saturday’s team tennis match at Seminole turned out to be a tune-up of sorts for the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes as they prepare for the playoffs.
The Golden Tornadoes split Monday evening’s junior high volleyball matche at Brownfield.
The Klondike Cougars’ two District 3-2A volleyball matches against Ropes this season have shown just how important the home court can be.
As exciting as the past month has been for the Golden Tornado football team and their fans, the fun is actually just starting.