The Golden Tornado varsity volleyballers were just a play or two away from making it two straight in the win column here Tuesday evening at Follis Gymnasium.
Golden Tornado head football coach Joseph Hood continues to like what he’s been seeing out of his squad, now in its third week of practices.
Gregg Moreland admitted this past week his job as the Golden Tornadoes’ Athletic Director has gotten a lot busier due to all of the increased rules and regulations related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
After welcoming only 70 to the first day of high school football practice back on August 3, Golden Tornado new head football coach Joseph Hood is happy to report that things are looking up.
Despite once spending a lot of her time growing up on the golf range with her parents Guy and Gay Price, Kari (Price) Brantley admits that she still would have never imagined how things would have turned for her later in life regarding the sport.
It definitely wasn’t the kind of start which the Golden Tornadoes’ young volleyball coach Logan Lockard had in mind for her spikers Tuesday evening at Post.
The Klondike Cougars split their season-opening varsity volleyball doubleheader Tuesday evening at Big Spring.
Lamesa Municipal Golf Course Superintendent Victor Dimas reported that there were two holes-in-one turned in last month at the city’s golf course.
Some 40 years after twice teeing off for the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes in the Class 4A State Golf Tournament, Kenny Adams continues making that game a big part of his life.
As most fans continue holding their breath wondering if there will truly be a 2020 high school football season, Lamesa High School ex Koby Page can’t help but be a little anxious about his 13th season in coaching.