Putting pen to paper and signing a letter of intent to play at the collegiate level is a dream for many of our local athletes. Wednesday morning, Lubbock Cooper had four Pirates sign their letter of intents to go play their respective sport at the next level.
On Monday, the Springlake-Earth ISD Board approved former Red Raider and NFL Player Manny Ramirez to become one of the assistant coaches for the Wolverines. According to head football coach Israel DeLeon, Ramirez will be the Offensive Coordinator and offensive line coach for the Wolverines.
The 7th ranked Jayton Jaybirds are in San Antonio playing in the State Tournament for the first time in school history. They play #2 Nazareth, who is making their 17th State appearance in the 1A State Semifinals 8:30am Thursday morning.
The First Bank Classic has a good mix among the 16 teams in the field this season. Besides schools that will host the games (Monterey, Coronado, Lubbock, Estacado, Lubbock Cooper and Frenship), Plainview is in the Classic as well as El Paso teams and State ranked Colleyville Heritage.
The 9th ranked Jayton boys basketball team beat #25 Irion County 47-32 Saturday afternoon at Abilene Christian University to win the Region II-1A Final and advance to the State Tournament in San Antonio next week for the first time in school history.
The #1 Southcrest Christian girls finished the season #1 as they beat #2 Shiner St. Paul 41-34 in the TAPPS 2A State Championship Saturday morning in West, Texas.It’s the second straight TAPPS State Championship for the Lady Warriors.
The Nazareth Swiftettes won their 5th State Title In last six years beating Dodd City 54-33 Saturday morning.It’s the Nazareth girls 23rd State Title. All have come since 1976. No school in the State of Texas has won more.
This past Saturday – Lubbock High’s Alex Pena won his second straight wrestling state championship. But what people don’t know, Alex has been battling some adversity that has tried to pin him down – before the season even started.
When you think of one of the best high school track & field/cross country programs in our area - the Sundown Roughnecks have to be at the top of the list. For the past couple of years, Steven Quintanilla has been leading the charge for the program.
Friday morning, the students of Anton ISD gathered in the gym for something most of them have never seen before, as one of their own, Kailtyn Clardy signed her letter of intent to continue her running career at South Plains College.