Sports

The Pampa Harvesters football team capped off their wonderful season with their annual football banquet on Monday evening. Guests were treated to a steak dinner and after the invocation, head coach Greg Poynor introduced the special guests before giving way to cheerleading sponsors Amy Cochran and...
About two years ago, I lauded then Vikings quarterback Case Keenum for his testament of faith and calling his big game-winning play against the Saints the NFC Divisional Round of the playoffs the “third-biggest” moment of his life behind turning his life over to Christ (No. 1) and marrying his wife...
The Pampa Harvesters (18-5) returned home on Tuesday when they hosted Wheeler for a non-district home game. With Chase Landers out with an injury, the Harvesters found help from sophomore Cason Floyd who drained nine threes and scored 33 points as the Harvesters won 62-36. “When you lose your best...
The Pampa Lady Harvesters (8-17) had their final tune-up match ahead of District play on Tuesday night when they hosted Wheeler. The Lady Harvesters got after the Lady Mustangs early and took a 34-12 lead into halftime en route to their 64-28 victory. “We started the game like that too (jumping to...

John Lee
• Super Bowl 54 primed to be a Saints-Chiefs dream game. The NFL regular season concluded on Sunday, and while my Denver Broncos missed the playoffs and the Dallas Cowboys fell just short of the postseason, the playoffs are primed to be historically great. In the first round, on the AFC we have...

Front, from left, Michelle Gallegos, Hallie Jo Hernandez, Ella Hudson and Hope Scribner. Back, Coach Autumn Smith, Chloe Proby, Gracie Smith and Coach Carisa Scribner. (Not pictured) Emma Bruce. The Tie-Dye Tornadoes were the 5th/6th grade tournament champions for Pampa Optimist Club.
Front, from left, Michelle Gallegos, Hallie Jo Hernandez, Ella Hudson and Hope Scribner. Back, Coach Autumn Smith, Chloe Proby, Gracie Smith and Coach Carisa Scribner. (Not pictured)  Emma Bruce. The Tie-Dye Tornadoes were the 5th/6th grade tournament champions for Pampa Optimist Club.

Jaydon Burnley doing his best impression of ol’ #23 with the jumping lay-up. (Photo by John Lee)
The Pampa Harvesters (15-1) came out of the break on Friday afternoon with a 61-24 win over the Stratford Elks at McNeely Field House in Pampa. While it’s hard to find a problem with 37-point win, head coach Braydon Barker isn’t ignoring the seven-point lull in the fourth quarter and the issues the...
If Sunday’s loss at Philadelphia was not indication enough, Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is “Dead Coach Walking.” The Dallas Cowboys went into Sunday with a “Win and Your In” scenario and the Philadelphia Eagles were dead to rites. Right tackle Lane Johnson has an ankle injury, tight end...
Randy Travis once sang in his song “Three Wooden Crosses,” “I guess it’s not what you take when you leave this world behind you; It’s what you leave behind you when you go.” Too often in sports, championships and accolades are used to define the legacy of a player, rather than the path they took to...

Zack Robinson (front middle) with his family from left Krystyn, Macy, Nichole and Kevin.
Zack Robinson became the fourth player from the Pampa Harvester baseball team in seven days to sign on to play his sport at the next level on Tuesday when he signed with Dodge City Community College. “They really wanted me and I feel like I’d be real welcomed there,” Robinson said. “They’re very...

Pages

Login Help

Thank you for visiting our new website. For your initial login to the site, please use the following information:

Username: Your current username (or screen name from the previous site)
Password: Please also use your username as the password

You can change your password after successfully logging into the site. Thank you.

Comment Here