Lubbock Christian is starting to find its groove. The Lady Eagles notched their second win of the week and opened District 1-4A play in dominant fashion against Colleyville Covenant.
Southcrest Christian hit the road running in District 1-2A play on Tuesday, rolling past Amarillo Ascension in three sets (25-9, 25-18, 25-23).
Volleyball season hits a new gear this week with district play beginning for a handful of city schools and some intriguing matchups sprinkled in.
There will be times later this season when All Saints and Trinity Christian will be tested by their opponents much like they were Saturday when they tangled.
With sports heading into a delayed and altered new season, Trinity Christian coach Tyler Neal wanted to find some way to create a sense of normalcy for his team and anybody else interested. The result is a revamped version of the tournament the Lions usually host -- this one called the West …
Kingdom Prep Academy has established a solid tradition the last few years, with three consecutive state tournament appearances and a runnerup finish in February.
Loss of a legend: A Lubbock icon and a powerful influence to many, his memory will be enduring.
WACO -- A big early lead and a strong finish added up to a memorable night for Kingdom Prep on Thursday in the Class 1A state semifinals.
CLYDE -- Adlee Blacklock has established herself as one of the top players in the state in two seasons at Trinity Christian. She might never have been better than she was Saturday in a Class 4A regional game vs. Dallas Shelton.
EASTLAND -- All Saints is back in familiar territory after a solid tip-to-finish performance against Fort Worth Bethesda Christian on Saturday.
TAPPS basketball moves into the spotlight Saturday with seven games featuring Lubbock teams in action around West Texas in the regional round.
Trinity Christian has to-shelf goals as the TAPPS playoffs began and that motivation was on full display Tuesday.
Human nature and sports often get intertwined, even if there is a conscious effort to avoid the mingling of the two.
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…