Like college football players across the country, Lamesa’s Jackson Napper spent part of his spring preparing for the 2020 college football season.
Tradition-rich Borden County High School has definitely had more than its fair share of top-notch athletes walk through the halls at Gail.
One of Jose Lucio’s ultimate goals as the Golden Tornadoes’ new head tennis school is to help create players like he was during high school.
Borden County’s Camden Edwards has pretty much climbed the pinacle when it comes to the world of high school athletics.
Talk about a tough way to break into the business.
Although it’s been 22 years since Andy Ellis finished his high school hoop career with Lamesa’s Golden Tornadoes by playing in the Class 4A Final Four at in Austin, sports remains a big part of his life.
After watching his Golden Tornadoes win four more games than they did all last season, Coach Bobby Alvarez was anxious to see how many more they could win this spring.
Sands High School graduate Mattie Grumbles apparently has found a home her second year as a collegiate golfer.
Golden Tornado head boys track coach Gerry Woodberry can relate to some the stress which today’s high school senior athletes are currently coping with as a result of the COVID-19 virus.
After once starring on the court for the O’Donnell Lady Eagles’ basketball program, Allison Hancock is coming home.