Lamesa’s eighth grade football team got its first win of the season in impressive fashion here Thursday, shutting out the Brownfield Cubs, 26-0.
Displaying some of the speed which helped them win state in the 1,600-meter relay last spring, the Sands Mustangs turned Friday night’s six-man football game into a track meet of sorts.
The O’Donnell Eagles have received a nice gift to help with field improvements and equipment purchases as they start a new softball program.
Friends of Lamesa residents Kyle and Laci Welcher are planning a variety of fundraising activities next Saturday, Oct. 2, to assist the Welcher family with medical and other expenses.
The O’Donnell Eagles’ football team is still seeking its first win of the season but after Friday night’s gutsy effort against Spur, Coach Fernando Baeza believes they’re getting closer to breaking into the win column.
Borden County’s young Coyotes’ football team continued to experience growing pains Friday but Coach Trey Richey believes his squad made some steps in the right direction.
It didn’t take Dawson head football coach Corey Savage long Thursday night against Whitharral’s JV at Welch to see that it was going to be another one of those nights for his Dragons.
Lamesa’s Kaylee Castillo and Amaya Vasquez watch closely as Clariss Moreno returns the ball to the opposing side. LPR photo
The Golden Tornadoes got started off on the wrong foot as they opened the District 3-3A volleyball race Tuesday evening at Denver City.
Consistently making the playoffs year after year, the Klondike Cougars have to be considered one of the top Class 1A volleyball programs on the South Plains.