The Golden Tornadoes’ tennis squad had hopes of getting back on the right track with a trip to Denver City Tuesday afternoon.
Fifteen Lamesa High School athletes opened their cross country season last Saturday in the Rust Busters competition hosted by Lubbock Christian University.
Longtime contestant Tony W. Rodriques has started off strong in the Lamesa Press-Reporter’s
After getting what’s thought to be their first win on the football field in four to five seasons, the Dawson Dragons are now looking for more.
The Klondike Cougars probably couldn’t have gotten a better start than what they did in their season opener Saturday afternoon against Crowell at Jayton’s Gridiron Classic.
The Klondike Cougars continue doing a good job with a very competitive schedule this season.
Lamesa Municipal Golf Course will host a Labor Day 3-3-3 tournament next Monday.
Despite last year’s 0-9-1 finish, the Dawson Dragons went into Friday night’s football season opener against Olfen at Welch as 10-point favorites.
The O’Donnell Eagles haven’t had much luck against Spur in six-man football the past few years.
If Friday night’s season opener at San Angelo Lake View is any sign, Golden Tornado football fans should have plenty of excitement to look forward to this fall.