The Lamesa Middle School volleyballers enjoyed a clean sweep Monday evening at Dimmitt.
Local runners were again at or near the front of the pack in cross country competition this past Saturday in the Plains Invitational at the Yoakum County Golf Course.
Following another close finish, the Golden Tornadoes are now 7-3 in team tennis this fall.
For the second straight week Bill Ray Smith has turned in the top entry in the Lamesa Press-Reporter’s football guessing contest.
With the Division I District 1-3A football race now right around the corner, the Golden Tors will make a long bus trip out west to Fabens on Friday.
One of this week’s most intriguing area six-man football match ups this Friday will be at Klondike where the Cougars will put their 4-0 start to test against one of the better Division I six-man teams in the state in Buena Vista.
The Golden Tornadoes continue playing quality tennis but Tuesday at Seminole it was not quit enough as they fell to the Indians, 12-7.
The last time the Golden Tornadoes and Amarillo River Road locked horns it went right down to the wire before a last minute trick play sent the Wildcats home with a heartbreaking 32-29 defeat.
Springlake-Earth retuned to six-man football’s Division I top-five in the rankings after thumping Happy last week.
Lamesa’s sub-varsity football teams met the Amarillo River Road Wildcats on neutral territory Thursday evening at Hale Center but a change of scenery didn’t bring with it a change of luck for the Golden Tornadoes.