The Golden Tornadoes’ JV football team battled the San Angelo Lake View Chiefs to A 14-14 tie on opening night here Thursday.
MAKING A PATH
The Klondike Cougars are a Top 10 volleyball team Class 1A and they made believers out of two more opponents Thursday in Denver City’s Fillie Festival.
Going into Friday night’s six-man season opener against Hermleigh at Ackerly, new Mustang head coach Tye Keith knew that these Cardinals were going to be plenty tough.
Lamesa’s junior high volleyball teams opened their seasons Thursday at Brownfi eld,winningtwoof their four matches.
After not getting a win last season until the first weekend of October, Borden County went into Thursday’s season-opening football game against Lubbock Kingdom Prep at Jayton feeling like it had something to prove.
Mario Dimas’s team shot a 28 Wednesday evening to win the weekly golf scramble at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
“It’s amazing what a little rain will do for your attitude.”
The moment the Golden Tornadoes’ football team has been waiting for has finally arrived, with their season opener at 7 p.m. Friday at San Angelo Lake View.
The Golden Tornadoes’ tennis squad got a big District 1-4A opening win here Tuesday evening against the Levelland Loboes, 12 matches to seven.