It may be a few years before many of the Lamesa school district’s bond-funded projects come to full fruition, but one is just days away from completion.
A fourth-quarter rally by the Klondike Lady Cougars fell just a few points short of knocking off one of the top-ranked Class 1A girls basketball teams in the state.
The Sands girls basketball team secured a spot in the Class 1A state playoffs with a 42-31 win at Grady on Friday evening.
Borden County got a good non-district workout on Friday in a 52-41 win over Sudan in a game played at Lubbock.
Lamesa’s eighth grade girls A basketball team had one win and two losses in the Andrews Tournament last week, while it had a win over Big Spring this past Thursday.
A nail-biter between the Sands and Klondike boys basketball teams went down to the very last second on Tuesday evening. Actually, it went down to the last half-second. Sands’ Jayden
A poor third quarter hurt the Lamesa High School boys basketball team in a 59-46 loss at Levelland on Tuesday evening. The Golden Tornadoes got outscored 20-10 in that pivotal
O’Donnell’s girls and boys basketball teams both captured road wins over Loop in District 7-1A action on Tuesday evening. OHS jumped out to a 24-4 first-quarter lead in the girls
Borden County’s boys basketball team moved into sole possession of second place in the District 8-1A standings with a 51-34 win over Garden City on Tuesday evening at Gail. The
Construction workers on Friday morning were putting down two different sizes of gravel in preparation for the installation of artificial turf on the infield of the boys baseball field at Lamesa Hig