After once starting his coaching career here at Lamesa, a former Golden Tor coaching ex recently landed his first high school basketball head coaching job.
At 7-0, the Bricklayerz are the lone team to finish undefeated in the inaugural season of the Lamesa Men’s Basketball League.
After having their final dress rehearsals behind them, all four of the area six-man football teams are ready to kick off the regular season this week.
It’s been a long hot summer and perhaps nobody will attest to that fact more than the Golden Tornadoes’ football team. The Tors have been out there in the middle of all of that heat gearing up for this week’s opener.
The Golden Tornado volleyballers are right at a month away from opening up the District 3-3A part of their schedule.
Lamesa Men’s Basketball League (August 13 scores) Marathon OG’s-94, Spurs-53. Jaime Puente scored the nets dropping 58 points to lead Marathon OG’s. Isaiah Martinez Sr. had 12 for the Spurs.
The crowd at Lamesa High School stadium were treated to a JV and Varsity scrimmage as well as a burger feed hosted by the booster club. Cheerleaders, the Golden Tornado mascot and band kept the crowd entertained as well as the play on the field. All fall athletes were highlighted as sports season has begun. Photos by Joe Warren
If the Golden Tornadoes’ football team can continue making the same strides that it did in their first two weeks of the preseason, then there’s no doubt that they could exceed their low preseason billing.
Tuesday evening’s high school volleyball trip to Class 4A Lubbock Estacado was another prime example of the progress the Golden Tornadoes have made since a year ago.
Cody Hogg’s team shot a 26 Wednesday evening to win this week’s weekly golf scramble at Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.