Lamesa’s junior high basketball girls didn’t have much luck Monday evening at Brownfield, losing all four of their games to the Cubs.
The same way they dominated the opposition during the season, the Borden County Coyotes and O’Donnell Eagle grabbed most of the spotlight on the Division I all-District 4-1A Six-Man Football Team.
Take away a shaky first quarter Tuesday evening at the Eagles’ Nest and there’s no telling what kind of game the O’Donnell Eagles might have given the seventhranked class 1A boys basketball team in the state.
Just over a month since they were teammates on Sands High School’s football team, Kyle Arellano and Riley Webb are teammates again on the Texas High School Coaches Association’s Academic All-State Football Team.
The Sands Mustangs continued to enjoy being home on the hardwoods Tuesday night at Ackerly.
After dropping out of this week’s Class 1A’s Top 25, the Klondike Cougars proved Tuesday night at Cougar Gymnasium that they could play ball with one of the best teams in the state in 2A.
The Golden Tornado basketball boys got back on track in a big way Friday night at Fort Stockton.
Lamesa High School’s Madison Derington scrambles for a loose ball against a Denver City player here Friday evening in their District 3-3A opener.
Beating Class 5A Lubbock High earlier this week on the Westerners’ home court, the Golden Tor basketball girls seemed to have momentum on their side going into Friday’s District 3-3A opener against
The Borden County Coyotes hosted the Coahoma Bulldogs in a basketball doubleheader at Gail and there was about as much excitement after the boys’ game than there was in it.