The Golden Tornadoes’ junior high volleyball squads got off on the right foot Thursday evening at Littlefield where they won all four matches on opening night.
The numbers might be a little down compared to what they’ve been in the past at Gail but obviously not the quality.
In his first official game as a high school football coach, Lamesa’s Kolt Moreland started enjoying the same things which his dad, Golden Tornado Athletic Director Gregg Moreland has enjoyed for 36 years in that profession.
The Golden Tornadoes’ young volleyball team continues building in the eyes of first-year head coach Logan Lockard.
After watching his players get over 100 wins a year ago in his first season as the Golden Tornadoes’ head tennis coach, Jose Lucio couldn’t wait to see what his squad could do this past spring in the District 1-4A Tennis Tournament.
Lamesa’s Dustin White got his first hole-in-one here Monday at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
Klondike’s first-year head volleyball coach Niatha Cullen has been encouraged with her spikers’ progress even if they don’t always have the wins to show for it.
Like any other scrimmage performance, the Golden Tornadoes committed their share of young mistakes Thursday evening at Stanton.
With opening night for the 2020 high school football season now less than a week away, area six-man football squads had their only dress rehearsals this week.
When he was growing up. Lamesa’s Christian “Chris” Estrada often dreamed about playing professional baseball, preferably for his beloved Cleveland Indians.