The Golden Tornado girls’ power lifting squad took fifth place out of 13 teams Thursday at Slaton.
Klondike senior Aaron Young is now three-for-three when it comes to high school power lifting meets this winter.
Three out of the four Golden Tor golfers played some of the best golf of their young careers Wednesday at Denver City’s Yoakum County Golf Course.
Registration continues through here Friday, Feb. 28 at West Texas Graphics for youngsters interested in participating in Lamesa’s Cal Ripken Youth Baseball League.
Take away a sluggish start Friday evening at Lubbock Roosevelt and there’s a very good chance the Klondike Cougars would have knocked off 12th-ranked Whiteface in the area round of the Class 1A basketball girls playoffs.
Another meeting was scheduled here Sunday Feb. 23 starting at 2 p.m. in the Dawson County Library Meeting Room to make plans for a city men’s and co-ed softball league here.
Klondike head boys baskeball coach Chad Myers admits that he really doesn’t know what to expect out of his young Cougars as the Class 1A state hoop playoffs tip off this week.
Going into Friday’s Class 1A area girls playoff matchagainst New Home here Friday, Borden County Coach Lindsey Schmidt knew that her young guns would have to be at the top of their game.
A strong start helped pave the way for Klondike’s girls hoop squad Tuesday evening as they opened the Class 1A state playoffs with a 42-16 blowout win over Meadow at Post.
Borden County’s girls couldn’t have found a more opportune time to play some of their best basketball of this season.