Klondike’s basketball girls split their first two games Tuesday in this week’s Jayton Jaybird Classic.
If things weren’t tough enough already for O’Donnell’s high school girls basketball squad, it only got tougher in this week’s Jayton Tournament. The Eagles played without three of their starters against two of the top ranked teams in the state.
Both Dawson and Gail boys will be returning to the hardwoods Thursday.
EYEING THE SHOT
One of the biggest last names Lamesa High School’s rich basketball tradition continues making a reputation for himself in the sport almost 40 years since he took his last shot for the Golden Tornadoes.
Like most parents, Lamesa’s James and Becky Seago spent a good part of their lives following their sons, Jamie and Chip, at various sporting events.
Unlike most students, members of the Golden Tornadoes’ boys basketball teams aren’t getting much time off for the holidays.
Klondike’s girls thrive on challenges.
For about the first 29 minutes of Tuesday’s District 3-3A girls basketball game at Muleshoe the Golden Tornadoes hung right with the Mules.
Lamesa’s seventh grade boys A basketball team won its fifth straight game Monday evening at Denver City, 33-18.