Apparently, going to state in one UIL event wasn’t enough for Sands’ junior Lakyn Sandlin.
The District 3-3A JV Tennis Tournament was held this past Saturday at Brownfield, with one Golden Tor bringing home a medal.
After shining against the district and area’s best, six Lamesa High School tracksters will now test their skill on the regional level Friday and Saturday at Abilene.
After winning district and area track championships, the Sands Mustangs now have their sights set on the Region 1-1A title.
The Borden County Coyotes gave one of District 4-2A’s best baseball teams Ropes all they wanted and then some Tuesday evening at Ropesville.
After finishing his high school golf playing against the region’s best, Lamesa’s Cam Diaz admitted that he can’t believe the turn of events which put him in the regional golf tournament.
Golfers can expect some changes in how the municipal golf course is operated.
The Golden Tornado boys added to their coach’s 51st birthday celebration by defeating longtime rival Brownfield, 6-3, Tuesday at Joe Spikes Field.
After seeing his shot at running in last year’s state track meet taken away due to COVID-19, Sands’ Riley Webb is determined to run his final race as a high school athlete at Austin next month.
Six Golden Tornado tracksters punched their tickets to the Region 1-3A Track and Field Championships with strong performances in Thursday’s area meet at Denver City.