The Klondike Cougar volleyballers are now 11-7 this season after winning their last two District 3-2A matches.
Lamesa High School volleyball coach Gabi Nichols isn’t too keen on “moral victories.”
Lamesa’s junior high volleyball squads brought home a pair of wins from Littlefield Monday evening.
Dawson head football coach Corey Savage found himself in quite a dilemma this past weekend.
Hunter Shofner excelled while most others found the going tough during the fourth week of the Lamesa Press-Reporter’s pigskin pick-em contest.
The Golden Tornadoes are heading to the team tennis playoffs but after Tuesday’s trip to Levelland it’s not in the spot that they were hoping for.
Sands High School’s boys and girls cross country teams turned in strong third-place finishes in the team standings at the big annual Lubbock Invitational last Saturday at Mae Simmons Park.
Following Friday’s long road trip to Fabens, Golden Tor head football coach Joseph Hood said he couldn’t remember making a longer road trip for a high school football game.
Earlier this week, Klondike head football coach Dalton DeGraffenreid predicted a four-quarter battle for his Cougars against Buena Vista on homecoming night.
The Golden Tornadoes’ fall tennis season won’t end after they play their final two regular season matches next week.