Construction workers on Friday morning were putting down two different sizes of gravel in preparation for the installation of artificial turf on the infield of the boys baseball field at Lamesa Hig
Sands’ girls basketball team bounced back from a district loss to Garden City last week with a 54-32 win over Borden County on Friday evening at Gail.
Lamesa High School senior Bryan Quinteros Jr. is starting off the 2019 power-lifting season by hefting far more weight than he did last season.
Lubbock Estacado proved this past Tuesday evening they are deserving of their ranking as one of the top Class 4A boys basketball teams in Texas.
The annual meeting to organize Lamesa’s Cal Ripkin Baseball League for the coming season has been scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, at the Forrest Park Community Center.
A strong finish could not quite overcome a slow start for the Klondike Lady Cougars basketball team on Friday at Grady.
Ranked among the top 20 teams in the state, the Borden County boys captured a 50-31 win over Klondike in District 8-1A action on Tuesday night. “It was a hard-fought
Four players from Borden County and one from Klondike have received all-state recognition in football from the Texas Six Man Coaches Association. The lone first-team selection from the Lamesa area
It was very much a game of free throws when Lamesa High School’s girls faced Lubbock Estacado on Tuesday in District 3-4A basketball action. Unfortunately, Lamesa’s girls wound up on
O’Donnell’s boys captured a district win over Ropes in a battle of the Eagles on Tuesday night while the O’Donnell girls fell to the second-ranked Ropes girls. The OHS boys