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Sands defensive pressure too much for Wildcats and Lady Wildcats

The Lamesa Lady Golden Tornadoes’ offensive surges in the opening and final quarter guided them to a 31-24 win over the Brownfield Lady Cubs Friday.

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Lady Golden Tournadoes Hold Off Lady Cubs

The Lamesa Lady Golden Tornadoes’ offensive surges in the opening and final quarter guided them to a 31-24 win over the Brownfield Lady Cubs Friday. The Lady Tornadoes’ offense came out red hot to outscore the Lady Cubs 15-2 to take the lead after the opening quarter. The Lady Cubs’ defensive adjustments paid off in the second quarter to hold the Lady Tornadoes to a single basket and Cut Lamesa’s lead to 17-7 heading into the second half. The Lady Cubs began to find a rhythm after the break to cut Lamesa’s lead to 1914 heading into the final quarter. The Lady Tornadoes answered back in the fourth quarter by outscoring the Lady Cubs 12-10 to hold off Brownfield for the 31-24 victory. Alliey Coffey led the Lady Cubs with eight points, Amery Pauda led with two assists, Mariah Perez led with eigh rebounds and Audry Davis led with five steals.

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Brownfield Runnin’ Cubs Outlast Lamesa 61-57

After a loss the last time out the Brownfield Runnin’ Cubs looked to get back to their winning ways Friday night against Lamesa and they did just that with their 61-57 win over the Golden Tornadoes. Brownfield was once again shorthanded on Friday night as they were without the services of Quavience Busby, Trae Timmins, and Brason Salas. Kaden McPherson did make his return to action but saw limited minutes in his first game back. After one quarter of play it was Lamesa who saw themselves with a 12-11 lead due to a slow start for the Runnin’Cubs. A jolt of offense in the second quarter helped Brownfield take a 28-20 lead into the locker room. Coming out of the break Brownfield maintained their lead but Lamesa wasn’t going down easy as it was 45-40 going into the final frame of play. The fourth quarter was an intense one for both sides as Lamesa continued to scratch and claw their way to stay in the game and keep Brownfield on their toes but ultimately their comeback was spoiled as Brownfield won the game 61-57. Jeron Lawrence notched another double-double on the season with 25 points and 16 rebounds which is a career high for himself. George Rivera finished with 9 points, while KJ Carroll, and JoJo Carrillo both chipped in with 8 points themselves. The Brownfield Runnin’ Cubs travel to Friona on Tuesday for a 7:30 tip, a livestream of the ballgame can be found at

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Army of One

Daphne Delay

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Bobbie Virginia Bowers Hicks

Memorial services for Bobbie Virginia Bowers Hicks will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 3, 2024, at the Brownfield Church of Christ, with Bo Shero officiating and Marcelino Banda assisting.

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Charles Douglas Floyd

Charles Douglas Floyd “aka Jimmy Ringo from Quitaque, 87, a lifelong resident of Loop passed away on January 26, 2024. Celebration of life was held at the First United Methodist Church in Seagraves at 11:00 a.m. on January 29, 2024, with Beverly Titus officiating. Graveside services followed at the Loop Cemetery in Loop. Arrangements and services have been entrusted to Ratliff Funeral Home in Seagraves.

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BRMC Becomes First Leqembi Infusion Center in Texas

By Jose Jimenez The Brownfield Regional Medical Center recently became the first Leqembi infusion center in Texas after researching and following the drug and its clinical trials.

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