Proof is there in abundance that, yes, you can go home again. Doesn’t mean you always stay there, though, especially when an impossible-to-pass-up opportunity arises.
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?
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.
WOODROW -- Lubbock-Cooper has plenty of work to do to earn a playoff spot, but if the Lady Pirates find their way to the postseason, their performance Tuesday could be a major reason why.
District season kicks in this week for the city's other 11-man teams not in District 2-5A Division I. Who is in the best position to win a district crown over the next few weeks?
Lubbock-Cooper pushed Monterey to the limit on Friday, but the Lady Plainsmen exited the court victorious with in a District 3-5A match.
The Lady Plainsmen solidified their third-place spot in the district standings by surviving a five-set thriller.
Loss of a legend: A Lubbock icon and a powerful influence to many, his memory will be enduring.
WOODROW -- Some nights good teams can survive without playing their best. Especially a team as tested and confident as Lubbock-Cooper. But there are also nights when good teams have to be almost flawless because of the team on the other side of the net.
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.
Frenship jumps into the next and arguably most important phase of the regular season on Tuesday when District 2-6A play get off the ground.
Offense steals the headlines, but the best teams win because they have the ability to stop the other guy. Through 4 weeks, whose defense has been the stingiest in the Hub City?
He came up with two huge stops -- one on 4th down -- to help shift momentum to the Pirate sideline in time for a 4th-quarter rally.
When Lubbock-Cooper wandered into unfamiliar territory with three straight District 3-5A losses to begin that portion of the schedule, there was some understandable frustration.
Three frontrunners have emerged in the early stages of the 2019 District 3-5A season, with Monterey, Amarillo High and Randall all unbeaten after the first few weeks.