The Golden Tornadoes’ tennis squad opened its fall schedule here last Saturday morning against Class 4A Levelland.
Although Tuesday’s volleyball match against Snyder ended up in the wrong side of the win-loss column, one wouldn’t have been able to tell it in Golden Tornado head coach Logan Lockard’s post game interview.
Klondike’s volleyball coach Niatha Cullen made the trip back home from Crane Tuesday with mixed emotions.
Jay Coleman, a perennial front-runner in the Lamesa Press-Reporter’s annual football contest, has started the 2020 season at the front of the pack.
It’s been a while since the Golden Tornadoes and Muleshoe Mules locked horns in Friday night high school football action.
After impressive upset victories last week, both the Klondike Cougars and O’Donnell Eagles made big jumps in the state six-man football polls.
Maybe now the O’Donnell Eagles will start getting a little more respect.
Friday’s six-man football opener at Patton Springs wasn’t supposed to be much of a game on paper.
The Sands Mustangs fell just short of winning its first six-man football game since 2018 on Friday night at Roby where the Lions held on to a nail biting 46-45 seasonopening victory.
Growing up, Waylan Hogg admits that he heard lots of stories about his father, Wayne Hogg.