PLAINVIEW -- Playing on the road always presents a little different challenge. Monterey encountered some resistance early Tuesday against Plainview before finding a groove.
Tuesday brings another busy night of volleyball around Lubbock and beyond, with two key TAPPS showdowns headlining the schedule.
Intensity and hard work were two of the pillars that Ernest Mims got intimately familiar with when he was a three-sport high school athlete at Palo Duro.
Every football program tries to find a unique look for their headgear and in Lubbock there are some unique looks. Who do you think has the best-looking helmet?
Coming off an open week, the Plainsmen tangle with Coronado in a matchup of teams desperate for a W.
The Mustangs have dropped two straight District 2-5A Division I games and now take on Monterey looking to finish stronger.
Lubbock-Cooper is back to even in the District 3-5A standings with 2½ weeks left in the regular season. The Lady Pirates snapped a three-game ski by rolling past Lubbock High 25-14, 25-10, 25-13 at Westerner Arena.
Over the last three-plus seasons, the notion of bouncing back for Coronado has revolved around cleaning up a few mistakes here or there or maybe tweaking some concepts after a victory that was a little too close for comfort.
Motivation to play at the highest level can be a challenge as a long season plays out. Sometimes the fire can wane a little at the wrong time, which can be costly.
Lubbock Christian opened TAPPS District 1-4A action in impressive fashion on Saturday, rolling past Midland Trinity 25-20, 25-12, 25-11.
Monterey spread the wealth and began the second half of District 3-5A play in very similar fashion in a victory at Lubbock High on Tuesday.
Loss of a legend: A Lubbock icon and a powerful influence to many, his memory will be enduring.
Three-time champs are ready to stake a claim as a District 2-5A Division I contender in the highly anticipated showdown with the state-ranked Abilene Cooper.
With the arrival of October, the volleyball season hits a new gear with district play on tap for all the remaining Hub City teams and a busy Tuesday schedule reflects that.
Lubbock-Cooper inched up a spot in the latest Dave Campbell Texas High School Football State Rankings unveiled Monday, while Estacado held steady.
To really click, an offense needs to have at least two different options to lean on. Which tandem in the Hub City is the most potent right now?
AMARILLO -- It took everything had Frenship had Friday, but the Tigers found a way in a District 2-6A showdown against Tascosa.
Managing expectations and setting realistic goals can sometimes be intertwined and at other times intersect and create much different paths depending on where a program stands in a given season.
The Mustangs squared their record with an impressive win over Clovis last week and now take aim at a fourth consecutive league crown.
The Westerners nabbed their first victory on the 2019 season last week by routing Lamesa and now head into District 2-5A Division I play against Coronado.
When you think about the term “full-circle,” it makes sense to consider it a journey that starts and ends at the same place. One circular trip to get back where you once were.
The Westerners allowed only 13 points and 242 total yards last week but head into a steeper challenge this week when District 3-5A play begins against Coronado.