Dawson’s high school hoopsters fell short on the scoreboard Friday night against Wellman-Union at Welch, but the Dragons didn’t come up short in effort against the Wildcats.
A nice crowd at the Golden Tornadoes’ new gym got its money’s worth and then some Tuesday night when Lamesa renewed an old rivalry against Dimmitt.
A strong start helped the Golden Tornado basketball girls make it two wins in a row in District 3-3A here Tuesday evening with a 4916 victory over Dimmitt at Lamesa High School’s new gym.
Lamesa’s junior high girls hoop squads won two out of four games Monday evening at Littlefield.
If there was any concern about Sands’ girls getting caught off guard Tuesday night at Wellman-Union with a Top 25 match-up ahead of them, it didn’t take long to remove those worries.
The Golden Tornadoes’ power lifting squad has a number of questions which will start being answered in their first meet of their season Thursday at Slaton.
The Dawson Dragon girls basketball team gave the Loop Longhorns all they wanted Tuesday night in District 8A hoop action, but a big second half helped give the Longhorns a 37-22 victory.
The O’Donnell Eagles enjoyed a clean sweep on the District 6A hardwoods Tuesday night at Southland.
After winning back-to-back District 3-3A championships, the Golden Tornadoes will be aiming for a three-peat when they start practice for the season on Friday evening.
The Borden County Coyotes made a successful District 6A trip to Petersburg Tuesday night, sweeping the Buffaloes.