Fresh off of their seasonopening win over Olfen the Dawson Dragons were hoping to make it two straight in the win column Thursday night at Kress over the Darrouzett Longhorns.
If the Golden Tornadoes could have kept the game going like it started Friday night against Muleshoe they likely would have chalked up their first win of the season.
The Golden Tornadoes’ freshmen football team bounced back from last Thursday’s 30-0 loss in a big way Thursday at Andrews.
Kevin Ray got his first coaching job somewhat by accident.
Grady needed only 43 seconds to score the first touchdown of Thursday’s six-man football game at O’Donnell, but after that there was little doubt who was in charge.
The Klondike Cougars gave one of the best Division II six-man football teams in the state all it wanted Friday night in its own backyard before Jayton hung on for a 48-46 win in a thriller which went into three overtimes.
After starting last season at 0-6 the Borden County Coyotes are off to a 2-0 start this year after thumping Meadow, 62-14, Friday night. The game was stopped with seven minutes left in the fourth quarter on six-man’s 45 point rule.
The Golden Tornado volleyballers didn’t waste any time in getting their seventh win here Tuesday evening, spiking the Class 2A Tahoka Bulldogs in three sets, 25-5, 25-8 and 25-4.
After narrowly missing out on the playoffs last fall, Lamesa High School’s football team has adopted the slogan of “Unfinished Business” this season.
Fans will have three entry points to get into Golden Tornado Stadium for Friday’s game between Lamesa and Muleshoe, according to Golden Tornado Athletic Director Gregg Moreland.