SNYDER – Snyder Independent School District (SISD) board gave goals to the principals of the schools regarding State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) test. They would like to the see the English Language Arts and Reading (ELAR) score to go from 32 percent to 48 percent by June 2024 for the district.
Ironman Cheer, a Lamesa group made up of third- and fourth-grade cheerleaders took second place in dance, cheer and fight song; and second overall against four other teams in the region during competitions in Slaton this past Saturday. Lezlee Hernandez, Brittany Rodriguez and Kriss Assaf are the group’s coaches. LPR photo
Lamesa’s Ironman Cheer kindergarten through second grade teammates won first place in crowd leading and fight song; and second place overall in competition at Slaton this past Saturday. The youngsters have demonstrated their team spirit at halftime of Golden Tornado home football games. LPR photo
Early voting began Monday on eight proposed amendments to the Texas state constitution.
The playoff-bound Klondike Cougars’ volleyball squad could very well be reaching its peak at the right time.
After watching the stateranked Brownfield Cubs spike the Golden Tors in three straight sets here Tuesday, Lamesa Coach Gabi Nichols said that she can see the District 3-3A champs going deep in the playoffs.
The Golden Tornadoes’ junior high volleyball squads didn’t have much luck Monday evening at Denver City, losing all four matches to the Fillies.
The high school football playoffs don’t kick off until next month but one might think different after listening to Lamesa Coach Joseph Hood this week.
A year after winning their first high school district football championship in 25 years, the Klondike Cougars can take a big step toward making it two straight Friday night at Loop.
The Shofner family continues to stand at the front in the Lamesa Press-Reporter’s annual football pick-’em contest.