School just recently dismissed for the summer but the Golden Tornadoes’ high school and junior high athletes are already reporting back to work toward next year.
Hitting a homer against Holliday in her final game as a Golden Tor senior was a moment to remember for Lamesa’s Emma Garcia.
Mario Dimas’s team shot a 29 Wednesday evening to win the weekly golf scramble at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
A player runs with the ball during a “Powder Puff” football game last Thursday for members of the 2021 graduating class at Lamesa High School. The game featured a reversal of normal roles, with two teams of girls wearing pink or blue shirts facing off on the grid iron. The boys stayed on the sidelines and picked up the role of cheerleaders, complete with with close fi t- ting skirts and pompoms.
Things started out looking fairly promising for the Borden County Coyotes in their state semifinal softball game on Tuesday afternoon in Austin against reigning Class 1A state champion D’Hanis.
After growing up playing 11-man football, first in high school at Crane and later at the University of Minnesota-Morris, Klondike Coach Dalton DeGraffenreid admits that he had a lot to learn when he started coaching six-man football at Klondike.
After leading the Golden Tors to one of their better seasons on the baseball diamond in a quarter of a century, Bobby Alvarez is returning to an area where he spent most of his career.
In the same way they dominated the District 3-3A competition, the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes also ruled the all-district softball team.
Seniors Cam Diaz and Daijah Whited took top billing at Tuesday evening’s annual Lamesa High School athletic banquet.
Leadership is one of the intangibles which helps make any sports team successful.