Saturday’s area playoff contest started out looking like most other football games the Borden County Coyotes have played the past few years.
Featuring both boys and girls divisions for the first time, the annual O.W. Follis Basketball Tournament will bring plenty of hoop action to Lamesa later this week.
Foul problems plagued the Lamesa High School girls basketball team in a 59-44 loss to Big Spring on Tuesday.
Borden County senior standout runningback Payton Merket tries to push his way past a Morton defender in last week’s bi-district game at O’Donnell.
The annual O.W. Follis Tournament will be held Thursday through Saturday with 14 high school varsity basketball teams will competing. The first game each day will start at 8 a.m.
A reflection of their strong showing on the court this past season, all eight of Klondike High School’s regular varsity volleyball players earned recognition on the all-district team. “Getting all
Two members of the Lamesa High School Golden Tornado volleyball team have received first-team all-district honors after turning in stellar performances this past season. Six other members of the Golden
O’Donnell’s Lady Eagles basketball team lost a close game to Lorenzo on Tuesday, falling 64-66. O’Donnell trailed 34-29 at halftime but closed the margin to one by outscoring Lorenzo 15-11
Klondike and O’Donnell came away with a split in their boys and girls varsity basketball games on Monday evening at O’Donnell. The Lady Eagles defeated Klondike’s girls, 57-48. “From the
Focus was the difference between a loss on Monday and a win on Tuesday for the Lamesa Golden Tornado girls basketball team, according to head coach Shai Young. It was