After seeing his first year as the Golden Tornadoes’ head tennis coach cut short due to COVID-19, it seemed like Jose Lucio had to wait forever to get his players to their first district tournament.
The Golden Tornadoes’ softball squad continues rolling. But as much as Coach Vanessa Hernandez likes what she’s been seeing in all aspects of the game, she emphasizes it is no time to let up.
Being told by one of her junior high coaches that she’d never make it as a college athlete was all the motivation that O’Donnell’s Maddye Sumners needed.
After being victimized by big innings in their last two District 3-3A outings, the Golden Tornadoes’ baseball team finally got a couple of big innings of their own Tuesday night out at Muleshoe.
For the third time this season the Golden Tornado tracksters will compete in Denver City on Thursday, but this will be the most important one so far this season for the 10 local athletes who’ll be competing.
Borden County tennis coach Tim Hill couldn’t have asked for much more than what he got from his Coyotes in the two-day District 8-1A tennis tournament which wrapped up Monday at Garden City.
The O’Donnell Eagles made a quick District 4-2A baseball trip back from Sundown Monday evening after being thumped by the Roughnecks, 20-3, in a game stopped on the run rule after five innings.
Shortly after watching his Mustangs run in Friday’s Area Track Meet at Garden City for Districts 7-1A and 8-1A, Sands Coach Steve Keith said it wasn’t his squad’s best effort.
The moment which Golden Tornado head tennis coach Jose Lucio has been waiting for since he got the job a couple of years ago has finally arrived.
Chad Myers had success as a coach at Klondike, leading the boys basketball team to the playoffs in three out of five seasons and coaching a Cougar golfer to back-to-back state tournament appearance