Five Golden Tornado tennis players have come up aces even after their fall season is right at a month behind them.
Being able to reach the playoffs, out of a very competitive District 3-3A, before shocking District 4-3A champion Stanton in the playoffs the 2022-2023, Golden Tornado basketball girls turned a few heads in the high school basketball world.
The University Interscholastic League’s Realignment Day is often referred to as one of the best kept secrets when it comes to the high school sports world.
Watching the Texas Rangers win their first World Series baseball championship in 60 years brought back some memories to this old Sports Editor.
Lamesa’s eighth grade football team applied the finishing touch to a perfect season here last Thursday evening by rolling past the Denver City Mustangs, 28-12.
The 2023 Sands Mustangs shouldn’t have much trouble putting a highlight film tape together from this season.
Call it a ‘wake-up call’ or what, but the Klondike Cougar volleyballers saw their eight-match win streak snapped going into the first round of the playoffs this week. This past Saturday they dropped a tough five-set loss to one of the best schools at their classification.
Last Friday night’s high school football regular season finale here in town started out with a special ceremony recognizing the Victory Bell, which is now rung in the memory of late Golden Tornado great J.J. Koehler. He was tragically taken away from this world in a tragic automobile accident going on some 19 years ago.
After once running three times at both the state cross country as well as state track meet in her phenomenal high school sports’ career at Roby, Lyndi Boone often dreamed about someday coaching on the same level now in her third year at O’Donnell.
The Klondike Cougars are now 24-14 after coming home from Wellman-Union Tuesday night with a 25-13, 25-17 and 25-17 match victory over the Wildcats.