This area will be well represented at the Region I-IA Cross Country Championships on Oct. 28 at Lubbock’s Mae Simmons Park. Following this week’s strong showing at their district meets,
Sands’’ Landry Morrow is one of many area runners now heading to the Region I-IA Cross Country Meet after winning the District 8A girls race here this past Tuesday.
The Borden County Coyotes continue making quick work out of their league opponents. The fourth-ranked Coyotes are now 7-0 after taming the Sands Mustangs, 53-0, at Ackerly in a game
DISTRICT 7A VARSITY GIRLS Individual finishers: 1. Chloe Truill, Ropes, 12:37.44. 2. Madyson Horton, Wellman-Union, 13:48.84. 3. Allyson Mixpn, Wellman-Union, 14:18.81. 4. Brooklyn Belyeu, Ropes, 14:26.97. 5. Megan Moore, Ropes,
Lamesa’s junior high volleyballers split their matches against the Big Spring Steers here Thursday. The Golden Tornadoes fell to the Steers on the eighth grade A team level in a
The Sands Mustangs have enjoyed their share of success this fall when it comes to running through various parks across West Texas. They continued that success this past Saturday at
The high school volleyball playoffs are less than three weeks away but one of the Golden Tornadoes’ biggest problems remains a lack of consistency. Tuesday evening’s match here against Levelland
After watching his O’Donnell Eagles drop their Division I District 6A six-man football opener last weekend to top-ranked Borden County, Coach Fernando Baeza is underlining the importance of Friday’s game
The Klondike Cougars booked a return to the state volleyball playoffs Tuesday evening at Cougar Gymnasium by knocking off Wellman-Union, 25-10, 25-11, 25-14. The win improved the Cougars’ record to
There was a two-way tie at the top of this week’s Lamesa Press-Reporter Football Contest. Tim Chaplin and Vonna Turney were among the 10 entrants who went 11-1 this week.