After spending a great deal of his life as a basketball coach, on both the high school and college levels, Rusty Rainbolt is basically following the same train of thought that he once used on the h
It was another exciting season on the area high school hardwoods, with seven local Class 1A hoop squads reaching the state playoffs.
As painful and frustrating as it was last year at the regional girls power lifting championships for Lamesa’s Jocelyn Marroquin, those tears turned into grins this past Saturday at Kermit.
If last Friday’s seasonopening performance in the Denver City Mustang Relays is any sign, the Golden Tornadoes should be in the fast lane this season.
The Golden Tornadoes’ tennis squad finished fifth out of 10 teams in last weekend’s Texas Tennis Coaches Association’s regional tournament at Brownfield.
A strong finish Monday evening at Post helped the Borden County’s softball squad chalk up its first win of this season.
The Golden Tornado softball squad continues to roll, and it was “long ball” which fueled its latest win.
The Golden Tornadoes’ baseball squad finished up play in last weekend’s 180 Cotton Field Tournament with a bang.
As strange as it sounds it’s been a while since the Borden County Coyotes and O’Donnell Eagles have played each other in a district baseball game.
Locals shined in last Thursday’s season-opening junior high track meet at Denver City.