After getting handed a rare home defeat at Gail last week by Westbrook, the Borden County Coyotes find themselves in somewhat of an awkward spot going into the third week of the sixman football season.
Special teams play was anything but that for the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes on Friday night at Muleshoe.
Fumbling away the pigskin just before going into the end zone isn’t a very good way to start a football game.
Golden Tornado senior Bella Dela Rosa already looks like a definite contender this season in girls singles after just the first week of high school tennis.
The Golden Tornadoes’ JV football team is still seeking its first win of the season but Coach Gerry Woodberry said Friday the squad could just as easily be 2-0 right now.
Lamesa’s junior high volleyballers won two of their four matches here Thursday evening against the Brownfield Cubs.
After both the Sands Mustangs and Borden County Coyotes finished their 2019 cross country seasons at the state meet at Round Rock, both have high expectations again this year.
Former Oakland Raider owner Al Davis is known for saying ‘Just win baby!’
After jumping up 22 spots last to crack the Top 25 in this week’s Division II state six-man football poll, there’s no telling where the O’Donnell Eagles might be picked this coming week.
During his highly successful coaching career at Gail, Borden County’s Trey Richey has often harped about not putting much stock into rankings and predictions.