Jeremy Bailey has come full circle when it comes to Golden Tornado athletics.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there haven’t been any youth sports of any kind in Lamesa and across most of the country since the middle of March.
Whether it was drilling last-second bombs against longtime rival Andrews twice in the same month to help win the district championship or making electrifying two-handed slam dunks, Jerry “Bobo” Mason grew up putting on a show for local basketball fans in the 1980s.
As much as Zach Leonard has enjoyed impacting local youth as a coach and history teacher the past couple of years, he’s going to continue touching many young lives here as a youth and associate pastor at Lamesa’s First United Methodist Church.
During his 37-year coaching career, Tate Casey has had the opportunity to work under some of the best.
A week ago Klondike’s head boys basketball coaching job was open.
Former Golden Tornado quarterback Doug Warren can’t help but find himself often wondering when and if the 2020 high school football season will kick off.
Eight Borden County athletes have earned academic all-state recognition from the Texas Six-Man Coaches Association.
Local golfer Joe Soliz recorded the third hole-in-one of his life on May 3 at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.