For the second year in a row, the Golden Tornadoes’ tennis season ended at the Region I-3A Tournament at Abilene.
Although they went to the state softball tournament a year ago, the Borden County Coyotes didn’t win their district.
Klondike’s boys trailed by a single point going into the final event in their bid for the team title in last Friday’s District 8-1A track meet at Garden City.
It’s been a month since the O’Donnell Eagles last won a baseball game but with each outing they can’t help but feel like they’re getting closer to turning it around.
Borden County is sending four athletes who went to the state tennis tournament last year back to state this season.
Just like their high school counterparts, Klondike’s boys and Borden County’s girls took top honors in the District 8-1A Junior High Track Meet last Thursday a Ackerly.
Dawson freshman Brianna Rosales is advancing to Thursday’s area track meet at Garden City.
A good crowd Friday night at Joe Spikes Field was treated to an outstanding high school baseball game one where a big sixth inning rally turned out making the difference in Lamesa’s thrilling 6-5 win over Littlefield.
Powerful swings and redhot pitching continues to keep the Golden Tornadoes at the top of the District 3-3A softball standings.
After already proving themselves as the best high school tennis players in District 3-3A, Lamesa High School’s senior Zoey Trevino and junior Karmelo Reyes are getting the chance this week to see how well they stack up against this region’s best.