Getting off to a fast start in a playoff game is a tried-and-true method to success.
MIDLAND -- Frenship has a big showdown on the immediate horizon, but that didn’t stop the Tigers from taking care of business Monday night.
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.
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…
AMARILLO -- Frenship has provided plenty of proof that it can score in bunches since District 2-6A play began and Tuesday was no exception.
WOLFFORTH -- Frenship made an immediate statement in District 2-6A on Friday, routing Odessa High 89-62 at The Tiger Pit. Jordan Palmer topped four players in double digits with 19 as the Tigers (21-4, 1-0 district) left the Bronchos in the dust with three quarters of 22 points or more. Dono…
Monterey seized command in the second quarter to take a comfortable halftime lead then rode a suffocating defensive effort in the final two quarters to down Lubbock-Cooper 54-22 on Friday in District 3-5A play.
MIDLAND -- Frenship had to switch gears after a high-octane District 2-6A opener, but the change of pace did little to slow the Tigers down.
Kingdom Prep made quick work of Christ the King on Tuesday in a TAPPS District 1-1A crosstown showdown.
It sets up as just one game in a long 16-game grind in District 3-5A, and actually is the first of two showdowns.
Lubbock Christian claimed third place in the small-school boys’ bracket by surviving a taut battle with Borden County for a 42-41 victory on Saturday.
High school basketball takes over the Hub City the next three days when the 61st annual FiberMax Caprock Classic gets rolling at gyms around Lubbock.
For me, Christmas Day has always been a precious time to spend time with family and absorb the love that flows from being together -- appreciate that every little family circle is so very important to those in it.
A Tuesday night in December isn’t going to make or breaky anybody’s season. But what transpires between two teams with lofty aspirations for 32 minutes can sure help down the road when stakes are a little more meaningful.