Shortly after watching her second season as the Golden Tornadoes’ head volleyball coach come to an end this past week, Skye Torres couldn’t help but wonder what might have been.
As much fun as Trenton Jones had last year in his first season as the Golden Tornado head girls basketball coach, this coming season could be even more so.
The Golden Tornadoes could have taken another big step toward the Division I District 1-3A football championship last Friday night at Slaton.
The O’Donnell Eagles didn’t waste any time in taking their first step en route to the Division I District 5 football championship last Friday night at Johnson Field.
As happy as the Golden Tornado volleyballers were about getting senior libero player, Audrey Rivera back in their attack last Saturday at Odessa Compass Academy, those grins quickly turned to frustration as the Cougars resembled that same team which finished last season in the Region I-3A Tournament.
By spiking the Loop Longhorns, 25-15, 25-8 and 25-15, the Klondike Cougars have won the District 2-1A volleyball championship for the third straight year with Katie Cruz as their head coach.
It’s not the Friday Night Lights but the Dawson Dragons continue hitting the gridiron out at Welch with an eye on the future.
By breezing past its first two district opponents, the Borden County Coyotes have now reached the midway point to the Division I District 7-1A six-man championship.
“Streaks are meant to be broken” is one of sports’ oldest adages.
O’Donnell Girl’s Cross Country Team