Despite finishing last season in the state volleyball tournament for the first time in 50 years, the Klondike Cougars got snubbed when the Texas Girls Coaches Association released its first state poll of this season.
Like most youngsters Logan Addison grew up spending many an afternoon playing ball of some kind or another with his father Louis.
Golden Tornado head football coach Joseph Hood calls last Friday night’s first scrimmage at Sweetwater, in preparation for the 2023 high school football season, as a ‘good starting point’ now just over a week away from its season opener.
Most of the pre-season polls are looking for the Borden County Coyotes season to be a good one. Based on their first scrimmage last Friday, Coyote fans have plenty to cheer about.
The Golden Tornado Booster Club’s annual Meet the Tors, which helps signal the beginning of another fall sports season, has been set for approximately 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Golden Tornado Stadium. Prior to Meet the Tors, Golden Tor football will have its second scrimmage against the Stanton Buffaloes in preparation of the 2023 season. The JV starts at 5 p.m. and varsity at 6 p.m.
Sign ups have been extended until next Friday August 25 for LTX Sports Flag Football.
Following another district championship season on the diamond the Borden County Coyotes continue reaping the glory.
This season looked like a rebuilding year in the Klondike Cougar volleyball program after graduating two six footers from last year’s state tournament team.
12th Annual Wayne Hogg Memorial golf tournament a success through partnerships, participation, hard work
Vista Park Lamesa, LLC developers, Ron Smith, Myles Richards, and John Horton recently announced that the 12th annual Wayne Hogg Memorial Benefit, held Aug.
Towering at 6-foot-6, Bruce Marmolejo was often associated with basketball whenever he was growing up here.