Both Klondike’s boys and girls basketball squads found themselves on their home court Tuesday afternoon in their first game back from the Christmas break.
The O’Donnell Eagle basketball girls needed a big finish Tuesday afternoon at the Eagles’ Nest to hold off Class 2A Hale Center.
State is the pinnacle of any high school sport.
In their first games back from the Christmas break, both the Golden Tornadoes’ girls and boys will be at home Monday afternoon at Follis Gym when they’ll host a longtime rival in the Andrews Mustangs.
A change of venue this past year didn’t faze Borden County High School’s tradition-rich football program.
With the beginning of a new year just a few days away, three area hoop squads are ranked among the best in the state.
The Golden Tornado basketball girls squad has something else to smile about this holiday season as they take a two-game win streak into the Christmas break.
The Dimmitt Bobcats were the pre-season favorite to win the District 3-3A boys hoop race.
Sands High School head boys basketball coach Billy Grumbles can’t remember the last time that his Mustangs were sitting at 9-2 at the Christmas break.
It was a tale of two halves for Klondike’s boys basketball squad Monday afternoon against the Lorenzo Hornets.