A mid-season break from District 6-2A baseball action proved to be a good one for the Borden County Coyotes on Friday. The team not only won their non-district road game
Lamesa’s Sean Zapata finished his junior high track season in the same fashion that he spent a majority of it – on top. Zapata won both the eighth grade boys’
Lamesa High School’s Bryan Quinteros likely will never forget his first powerlifting meet. “I started power lifting my sophomore year. I ended up getting DQ’d (disqualified) that day after missing
Golden Tornado tracksters brought home four gold medals from last Friday’s Post Bold Gold Relays in Post. Kaylyn Guzman and Genesis Coker both finished ahead of the pack in the
A big fourth inning rally helped the O’Donnell Eagles knock off longtime rival Tahoka on Tuesday. A six-run fourth inning helped pave the way in the Eagles’ 7-2 District 4-2A
Borden County High School’s baseball squad had to overcome a shaky start on Tuesday evening at Gail before rolling to a 19-5 District 6-2A win over Westbrook. “We started out
Sole possession of first place in District 3-4A’s softball standings was at stake here Tuesday evening at Joe Spikes Field. It turned out not being a very good night for
The frustration continued for Golden Tornado baseball coach Bobby Alvarez after Lamesa lost its District 3-4A opener to the Estacado Matadors, 14-0, on Tueday night at Lubbock. “We had three
Registration will continue through April 5 at West Texas Graphics for Lamesa’s Babe Ruth Baseball League. Babe Ruth is open to all boys between the ages of 13 and 15.
Sophomore Emma Garcia pops up a foul during the Lamesa High School softball team’s victory over Levelland in district action here this past Tuesday evening.