The Golden Tornadoes’ baseball squad is now 6-2 on the year after winning its first three games in this weekend’s 180 Cotton Field Tournament being played here at Joe Spikes Field.
A quick start here Friday evening at Joe Spikes Field turned out being all that the Golden Tornadoes’ softball team needed to shut out the Class 2A top 20 Forsan Buffaloes, 12-0.
After ending a four year playoff drought on the hardwoods, the Golden Tornadoes are well-represented on the all-District 3-3A boys basketball team.
In the same fashion that the Sands Mustangs repeated as the District 8-1A girl basketball champs, the Mustangs’ Landry Morrow has repeated as the district’s most valuable player.
The Golden Tornado golfers continue getting better as they hosted their annual invitational tournaments this past week at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course.
Most Valuable Player: Landry Morrow, junior, Sands.
Most Valuable Offensive Player: Elysa Martinez, sophomore, Sands.
A balanced scoring attack has played a major role in helping Borden County’s boys bascially own District 8-1A basketball for the past six years,
After getting to regionals in golf her first year in high school, Sands’ Lakyn Sandlin proved herself as somebody to watch.
Due to COVID19 there weren’t any tournaments held at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course last year, but they’re now on their way back.
Most Valuable Player: Trey Edwards, senior, Borden County.
Co-Most Valuable Offensive Players: Riley Webb, senior, Sands; Kylar Pepper, senior, Klondike.