WOODROW -- Lubbock-Cooper made a living outside the 3-point arc on Tuesday, but Monterey came up with the right plays at the right time to make sure it didn’t die as a result of the Lady Pirates’ hot hand.
Lady Plainsmen senior Taysa Rushton talks about how her team weathered the Lady Pirates' late charge to improve to 2-0 in District 3-5A.
WOLFFORTH -- When two teams with high-level expectations collide, it seems like the ebbs and flows can be a little more dramatic. It’s also likely that what happens in the first few minutes -- while always meaningful -- might just a preamble to how things are destined to play out.
WOLFFORTH -- Lubbock Christian spent a good portion of Thursday away from the classroom with a pair of games at the Hub City Tip Off Classic.
The Tigers dug out of a 13-point 1st-quarter deficit with a 2nd-half barrage of 3-pointers and stifling pressure defense to beat the Lions 57-49.
Lubbock Christian senior Avery Mitchell talks about what she and her team can take away from the first setback this season.
WOODROW -- After a hectic stretch of six games in three days sandwiched by 6-hour bus trips to and from Austin, it was understandable if Lubbock-Cooper was a little worn down Tuesday when Abilene Wylie came calling.
WOODROW -- Madison Heinrich led Lubbock-Cooper with 13 points and Catalina Cortez was a spark off the bench with 11 in a 62-35 victory against Abilene Wylie on Tuesday.
New seasons bring out excitement for every program because of the fresh start element. When a new coach is part of that equation, there comes some unknown as well. Two teams in Lubbock begin the process of blending those two concepts together Tuesday when the boys basketball season gets into…
ABILENE -- Maci Maddox made sure the season debut for a new-look Frenship team was a success on Tuesday, and she got plenty of help.
There will be better days ahead for Trinity Christian as the 2019-20 season unfolds, mostly because there will be more days when the talented Lady Lions will be sharper, more cohesive and much more prepared.
Basketball season begins into push onto center stage this week, with a slew of high-profile girls’ games on the Tuesday slate and a handful of TAPPS boys games as well.
Since the fourth game of Maci Maddox’s freshman season at Frenship, she hasn’t had to change a whole lot.
After 19 years with the LC boys program, Brad Crow switched to girls for the opportunity to coach his two daughters
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.
The Lady Pirates gained a strong dose of confidence from a playoff run last season, now they are hunting for the same kind of success with a revamped roster.
With temperatures threatening to hit double digits and the stakes not nearly as intense, a tournament at a team camp doesn’t register as make-or-break for any team involved.
Clashes of district leaders and potential frontrunners in baseball and a massive track & field get-together in San Angelo headline a weekend of activity for Hub City teams.
WEST -- Southcrest Christian is getting comfortable with this state tournament stuff. And the Warriors may just be getting warmed up.
A busy three days of action at the TAPPS State Tournament gets rolling Thursday night in Waco and Lubbock will have a strong presence.
ABERNATHY -- Arriving at a destination where a program hasn’t been at all for six years and has never been at the Class 5A level was bound to require an all-hands on deck approach.