BIG SPRING – Losing to the #2 team in the state that is also the reigning 2A state champions is never something to be ashamed of, but when it comes deep into the UIL playoffs it has
AMARILLO – Teams that advance to the third round of the UIL playoffs in any sport usually have persevered through adversity, has a strong team chemistry, talent and depth. This describes the Lockney Longhorns as they collide
BIG SPRING – The further a team goes in the UIL playoff bracket, the better the competition becomes. The Region 1-2A semifinal between the #3 ranked Floydada Lady Winds (32-3-1) and the defending 2A State Softball Champion
PLAINVIEW – The Floydada Lady Winds are moving on to the next round in the UIL softball playoffs as they beat the Clarendon Lady Broncos in a Friday double-header 13-3 and 9-2. The series sweep now advances
The Idalou Lady Wildcats and Bushland Lady Falcons will play a unique
format for their 3A Region Quarterfinal softball series that includes Lady Winds Field.
The Lady Winds softball team is learning to adapt as the location for Friday’s Regional Quarterfinal has changed.
The Lockney Longhorns (17-7) will carry its momentum from a bi-district sweep of the Ropes Eagles to Amarillo’s Caprock Field for a best-of-three series with the Gruver Greyhounds starting Thursday.
The Lockney Longhorns survived an extended game one Friday night and then run ruled game two Saturday to take the bi-district series over the Ropes Eagles in Abernathy this weekend.
When you put momentum, playoff experience, hunger and talent together – chances are good for positive things to happen.
The Lockney Longhorns have the most significant component to be a strong baseball playoff contender – pitching depth.