The Golden Tor basketball girls are still seeking their first league win of the season but at least Coach Shai Young can start seeing some light in the District 3-3A tunnel.
Anytime your basketball team can hold your opponent to around 40 points, as a coach you probably will feel pretty good about your chances in any high school basketball game.
Borden County’s boys continue to look like anything but a squad which only had a practice or two before playing its first basketball game of the season a couple of weeks ago.
Even a shaky start Friday night at Coahoma didn’t keep the O’Donnell boys basketball squad from bringing home a 56-42 victory over the Class 3A Bulldogs.
Like most Dallas Cowboy fans, Lamesa’s J.J. Morales has been disappointed with the team this year.
A big second half Friday evening at Ackerly helped the Sands boys basketball squad celebrate one of its biggest wins of this season, knocking off the Class 2A Forsan Buffaloes, 38-35.
Six games into their basketball schedule the Klondike Cougars are playing .500 ball but Coach Xavier Elizondo’s hoopsters are only a shot or two away from being so much better.
Just like when he first arrived here some 14 years ago, Gregg Moreland has a very limited number of goals for the Golden Tornado boys basketball team.
Coach Shai Young is starting to get tired of watching his Golden Tornado hoop girls shine in only bits and pieces.
Lamesa’s junior high boys basketball squad split their four games here Monday evening against Brownfield in their final games before the Christmas break.