The 2022 high school football season kicks off this week for all five of the area’s six-man teams.
The Golden Tornadoes’ volleyball squad continued its season by making a 114-mile road trip to Olton Tuesday evening.
The Golden Tornadoes’ cross country team gets its season started Saturday morning in Lubbock Christian University’s Rust Buster Meet.
The Klondike Cougars cracked the Top 10 in the Texas Girls Coaches Association’s Class 1A state volleyball poll released on Monday.
In their final scrimmage Thursday evening at Stanton, the Golden Tornado football team’s defense continued stealing much of the spotlight.
There’s plenty of excitement already this season for the Borden County Coyotes with a majority of last year’s championship team returning.
After once playing first base back in high school for the Golden Tornadoes, Anthony Hernandez is now finding his thrills out on the golf course.
After watching his Mustangs’ second football scrimmage Thursday at Ira, Sands Coach Tye Keith admits that his squad has work to do before this week’s season opener against Hermleigh at Ackerly.
After Corey Savage turned in his resignation out at Welch earlier this week the Dawson Dragons will kick off this high school football season next week with a new head coach for the third year in a row.