The District 3-3A gridiron race kicks off next week and for right about 40 minutes here Friday night against Monahans the Golden Tornadoes looked like a definite contender.
The Golden Tornadoes’ sub-varsity football team saved its best for last in Thursday evening’s game against Midland Christian.
Earlier this week, Klondike head football coach Dalton DeGraffenreid referred to Buena Vista as his Cougars’ toughest test so far this season.
Golden Tornado quarterbck Josh Marquez hands the ball to fullback Josiah Zapata behind the blocking of Isaac Reyes (67) and Noah Vera during Friday’s non-district game against the Monahans Loboes. After falling by a score of 29-8, the Golden Tornadoes will start district action next Friday at Denver City. LPR photo by Mary Elizabeth Davis
After getting thumped by 50 points last week at Whitharral, the Sands Mustangs got back on the right track in a big way on homecoming night at Ackerly.
After being pushed into playing 16 quarters of football in the first four weeks of the season against a beefed-up non-district schedule, the Borden County Coyotes finally got a break Friday night at Water Valley.
Don’t be too surprised to see the Spur Bulldogs scratch the O’Donnell Eagles off of their homecoming guest list next year.
After being off and on again as late as this past week, the Dawson Dragons are less than a week away from bringing high school football back to Welch.
Local golfer Wally Garza recorded his fi rst hole-in-one here this past Tuesday at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course. Garza aced the par-three, 165-yard hole number seven with an eight iron. Witnessing the event were Wesley Diaz, Ron Mann and Serapio Arguijo.
A handful of Lamesa sluggers helped the Texas Renegades win the Fall Mex-Tex tournament held this past weekend at Midland’s Hogan Park.