Four Lubbock teams have made it through the first two weeks unscathed. Which 2-0 start is the most head-turning?
As the husband of a teacher and father of two daughters, I have learned to understand how quickly each summer blazes by. Doesn’t make it any easier to accept, but I have learned to recognize that the early weeks of August are when the grind really starts to set in.
This introductory column originally ran on Feb. 4, 2019. Not much has changed, but the last six months have certainly recharged an old sportswriter's batteries.
WACO -- Paced by the familiar duo of Maggie Nicholson and Natalie Poe, Kingdom Prep’s girls turned in a strong showing at the TAPPS Class 1A State Meet on Saturday, missing out on a state championship by two points.
As the TAPPS state track & field meet plays out Saturday at Midway High School in Waco, competitors and spectators might be surprised with what they see from Trinity Christian’s Daniel Wheeler.
FORT WORTH -- Maggie Nicholson and Natalie Poe combined to score in seven solo events, as well as a relay, to help the Kingdom Prep girls claim the Class 1A North Region championship at Clark Stadium last weekend.
History has been kind to the Lubbock-Cooper boys soccer team the last few weeks and now the Pirates would like a little more cause to smile.