Capturing the championship in the girls Major Division (5th and 6th grades) of the Lamesa Youth Basketball League was the team of RDS Plumbing. Coached by Chris Riggins and Rebecca Gonzales, the team included Rebekah Riggins, Mariela Gonzales, Shylie Holliman, Ireland Adams, Haley Barry, Rae’Lynn Moreno, Desirae Galindo and Jae’Li Moreno. Submitted photo
The Mambas, coached by Isaiah Martinez, were the champions of the Lamesa Youth Basketball League’s boys Major League division for fi fth and sixth graders. Members of the team were: Jesse James Hernandez, Jadaven Hensley, Michael Moreno, Jakob Cervantes, Evan Armendariz, Anthony Rodriguez and Joel Ray. Submitted photo
The Bulldogs captured top honors the boys Major Division (3rd and 4th grades) in the Lamesa Youth Basketball League. Cam Wade and Kevin Kunkel coached the team, which included Obi Hernandez, Hunter Roschetzky, Jadrien Zapata, Braylon Hawkins, Slayde Oaks, Cannon Scott, Carson Wade and X’Zayvian Parraz. Submitted photo
Winning the Pee Wee Girls championship for kindergarten through second grade in the Lamesa Youth Basketball League was the Lil’ Ballers team coached by Mayda Dimas and Alfred Morales. Members of the team were Lilly Johnson, Aracely Cano, Angelina Morales, Lilliana Morales, Bella Benitez, Layla Rodriguez, Maddie Sanchez, Magali Rosales and Scarlet Clanton. Submitted photo
The Lil’ Hustlers were the champions of the Pee Wee Boys Division for kindergarten through second grade in the Lamesa Youth Basketball League which wrapped up play in early March. Eli Gonzales, Christopher Barrera, Zaiden Delgado, Korbyn Renteria, Ziegen Zorola, Christian Avila, Lupe Gonzales, and Jacob Gonzales. The team was coached by Trey Barrera and Dee Barrera. Submitted photo
The Golden Tornadoes are getting a new head volleyball coach who’s big on culture.
After being recognized as one of West Texas’s best high school football players through his selection to play in the ASCO All-Star Classic football game in Lubbock, Lamesa High School’s Ryan Aguilar was looking forward to stepping on the field one more time.
Chad and Eva Myers met each other in a high school basketball gym when the two were coaching at Stanton.
As the Dawson Dragons bring six-man high school football back to Welch this fall, Superintendent Layne Sheets believes they’ve got the right man for the job.
The Lamesa Golden Tornadoes are now in the process of finding only their sixth head boys basketball coach in the past 74 years.