Klondike Coach Dalton DeGraffenreid is anxious to see how his Cougars respond after suffering their first loss of the season last week at Whitharral.
Even with everyone getting a pair of “free” games it was still something of a tough week for participants in the Lamesa Press-Reporter’s football pick-’em contest.
Sands High School Steve Keith jokingly reminded his Mustangs in practice this week that if they wanted to spend much time at their homecoming activities that they better make Friday’s game a quick one.
Dell City might be the smallest high school playing football in Texas but they showed Friday night at Welch that they aren’t short on speed.
The Golden Tornadoes dropped a football doubleheader Thursday evening at Levelland.
Not getting the chance to finish what they started Thursday evening, the Borden County Coyotes will have to wait a couple more weeks before getting another shot at their first win of this season.
Finding themselves trailing for the first time this season before fumbling away the pigskin on their first offensive play should have given the Klondike Cougars an early sign it wasn’t going to be their night Friday at Whitharral.
As much fun as he had playing tennis for the Golden Tornadoes, Jose Lucio probably couldn’t have scripted his first three years as their head coach any better than it’s been.
After falling just short of making it to the Class 1A State Cross Country Championships last fall, motivation isn’t a problem for the Borden County Coyotes this season.
After last year making their first playoff appearance on the gridiron in some 19 years, the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes are off to an even better start this year.