Lamesa High School coaches presented the Lamesa school board with the accomplishments of the Fall 2022 high school athletes while four school principals honored school board members during the board’s Thursday meeting. January is School Board Appreciation Month.
After once helping lead the 1975 Golden Tornadoes’ to a perfect 34-0 state high school basketball championship season they were back in town last Friday night where they received a well deserved heroes’ welcome.
Going into Tuesday night’s District 3-3A match up against Muleshoe, the Golden Tornado basketball boys knew that would be a big game for them as far as the league standings were concerned.
Lamesa’s junior high girls basketball teams managed to win one out of three games here this past Monday night against Friona.
After both of their teams dropped District 8-A games at Klondike last Friday night the Sands Mustangs got back in a big way Tuesday night at Grady.
Even a late change of venue didn’t keep the Klondike Cougars from rolling to two more District 8-1A basketball victories against the Dawson Dragons Tuesday night.
Borden County’s basketball boys got their sixth straight District 6-A hoop win of this season Tuesday evening at Crosbyton but it didn’t come easy.
Despite being up by 14 points at the end of the first quarter, the Golden Tornado basketball girls survived a scare from Muleshoe here Tuesday evening before holding onto the 47-42 victory.
The Golden Tornado power lifters got off to a strong start in their season opening meet last Saturday at Brownfield.
Whether or not it’s inside the classroom or out on the tennis court, the Golden Tornadoes have had a tendency to come up aces.