CHILDRESS -- The ball was in the right hands at the right time with the game on the line Monday when Monterey and Wichita Falls Rider tangled in a Class 5A regional quarterfinal game.
WOLFFORTH -- Early-season tournaments can be a mystery for teams. There are usually some unfamiliar opponents which make how to approach things a little hazy.
FORT STOCKTON -- There may be a method to slowing Monterey down – a way to neutralize all the different Lady Plainsmen threats.
Torrey Hogan was dazzling to outduel Kamryn Cottrell and Angelica Abila got the offense ignited with a leadoff homer in the 1st inning.
MIDLAND -- Sharing the ball was a perfect cure for whatever hangover Frenship was feeling Tuesday in its regular-season finale. At least six players recorded points in all four quarters as the Tigers wrapped up the campaign with a 75-44 romp against Midland Lee.
WOODROW -- Ideally, coaches prefer that their players have short memories. Revenge is a nice concept and all, but dwelling on what happened the first time two teams met can be a detriment.
BIG SPRING -- Monterey picked up right where it left off in the regular season when the 2020 Class 5A playoffs began on Tuesday.
Plainsmen Devin White & Dewayne Johnson break down win against Lubbock-Cooper that clinched No. 3 seed from District 3-5A.
Results of District 3-5A games last week created a renewed sense of excitement for Monterey on Monday, and understandably so.
When a team is brimming with chemistry and camaraderie, taking a backseat is a skill that every player tends to master and embrace. Every night out, somebody different is capable of stepping to the forefront.
AMARILLO -- Lubbock-Cooper’s season is still alive. In fact, the Lady Pirates will get a little bonus basketball.
For the second time in a week, impending weather has caused a wave of changes in the high school sports schedule in and around Lubbock.
Once the ball was in front of her and most of the Palo Duro defense was behind her, Monterey’s Abrysha Walker’s soccer instincts clicked in Thursday night.
Holy Cross had no answers for hard-charging Kingdom Prep on Tuesday. The Warriors plowed ahead of the Mustangs from the opening tip and never relented on the way to an 80-32 victory that secured the District 1-1A championship.
AMARILLO -- Monterey won’t win the District 3-5A championship this season, but the lady Plainsmen made it clear on Tuesday that the gap between them and the No. 1-ranked team in the state is not that great.
Mother Nature has played nice most of the basketball and soccer seasons, but she figures to make her impact felt in the next 24 hours and that has led to several changes in the Hub City sports schedule for Tuesday. With a batch of snow headed to Lubbock and West Texas, teams have scrambled t…
Not much separates the top four teams in District 3-5A and that was evident again Friday when two of the teams battling for playoff spots collided.
Things couldn’t have gone much worse for the Lubbock Christian in the first quarter on Friday, so the young Lady Eagles did what they know how to do: Keep playing hard.
PLAINVIEW – Monterey has emerged as one of the best teams in the state in Class 5A by winning in a variety of ways.
AMARILLO -- Coronado’s season may not wind up in the playoffs, but that doesn’t mean the Mustangs aren’t going to play hard the rest of the way.