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  Palo Duro’s Coach A.J. Johnson receives award for community service

Palo Duro's head girls basketball coach A.J. Johnson is recognized for his community service.

Buffs football lose conference opener to Tarleton State

The West Texas Buffs football team struggled this past weekend in their Lone Star Conference opener against the Tarleton State Texans 44 to 7.

1st Annual Kids Inclusion Decathlon

Children of all ages and abilities need to stay active. But for some, its harder than others.

Palo Duro and Tascosa prepare for a Week 3 cross town battle

The Palo Duro Dons are at home once again this week hosting cross town rivals Tascosa this Thursday at Dick Bivens.

Panhandle football teams support MTK Foundation

Levi Knebusch lost his daughter Madison to pediatric cancer in 2012.

Amarillo and Tascosa ready for Friday's rivalry match up

The Tascosa Rebels are looking to make this year the third straight year they walk away with bragging rights in the Amarillo and Tascosa rivalry.

Amarillo women training for triathlon

LiveWellFit is an all-female fitness studio with classes for women of all skill levels, including an outdoor class that is training for an upcoming triathlon.

Countdown to Kickoff: Randall Raiders

The Randall Raiders felt that they finished last season a stronger, better team. With their first game of this fall coming up on Friday night, they want to keep the momentum going.

Paraplegic sprint car driver feels at home in Amarillo

Kaden Taylor had been racing a modified race car since age 16, but an unexpected twist of fate shook up his racing career.

Play ball: Amarillo Professional Baseball releases 2019 home schedule

Baseball fans can catch the first home game on Monday, April 8, 2019  in downtown Amarillo against the Midland Rockhounds.

  Countdown to Kickoff: Amarillo Sandies

The Amarillo Sandies enter this season with a new look but the same tradition.

Countdown to Kickoff: Tascosa Rebels

After missing the playoffs last season, this year's Tascosa Rebels are learning from their mistakes.  "I think selfishness was a big factor last year. We had a lot of selfishness on the team last year and i think that was a big factor in why we didn't make the playoffs but we wont let that happen this year. I wont let that happen this year.", said senior defensive back Brandon White. "So we've just been coming to practice everyday, being on time, an...

Countdown to Kickoff: Caprock Longhorns

The Caprock Longhorns are entering this season with more experience on both sides of the ball.

Kane wins Coors Tournament of Champions

The Coors Tournament of Champions wrapped up at Ross Rogers Golf Complex on Sunday.

Texas Ranger helps fund Sunray ISD baseball program

The Sunray Bobcats are kicking off their baseball program with the blessing of the Texas Rangers.

Countdown to Kickoff: Wildorado Mustangs

This year's Wildorado Mustangs have already made history, as their high school's first football team.

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Countdown to Kickoff: Panhandle Panthers

In the small town of Panhandle, football is king.

Canyon native wins a Wally at 2018 Dodge Mile High Race

When Greg Lair opened up his car dealership in Canyon, he knew his hobby of racing cars was about to take off.

Countdown to Kickoff: Claude Mustangs

After hiring a new coach in the offseason and switching to six-man, Claude's football program looks very different this year.

  Countdown to Kickoff: River Road Wildcats

After a rocky season in 2017, River Road is optimistic about what they've built in the offseason.  "Our team chemistry is a lot better than last year, because we fought and didn't get along," explained senior outside receiver Bryson Phelps. "This year, everything's going right. So I think it's going to be good." Head coach Bryan Welps has coached several teams at River Road during his two coaching stints with the wildcats, but feels this particular...

Countdown to Kickoff: Dumas Demons

As the Dumas Demons prepare for the season, they'll be leaving it all on the field for one of their own.

Countdown to Kickoff: Childress Bobcats

For the Childress Bobcats, this season is all about winning the day.  "That's our mindset that we've always had. What we always say in our program is 1-0 and that's what we want to be 1-0 everyday.",said head coach Jason Sims. "We want to win that day, we want to win that rep, and we're not worried about what happened yesterday. We're not worried about what happened last season, we're going to focus on today. We're not going to worry about teams on our schedu...

Countdown to Kickoff: Memphis Cyclones

The Memphis Cyclones posted at 6-5 overall record last season and enters this year with an underdog mentality. "Us being from Memphis, we've been underdogs our whole life so we're use to it and we love it. Underdogs always come out on top.", said senior running back Randy Cox. A tropical storm becomes more and more dangerous as it gains momentum and that's exactly how the Memphis Cyclones plan on blowing through this year's competition  "We're going to beat them...

2018 Coors Partnership golf tournament tees off this weekend

The 26th annual Coors Partnership golf tournament will tee off this weekend at the Comanche golf trail complex here in Amarillo as golfers from across the state of Texas and the country compete in the largest partnership in the area.

WT Football holds first fall practice

The Buffs kicked off their fall season Tuesday afternoon with a practice at the WT Buffalo Sports Park.

Countdown to Kickoff: Canyon Eagles

After a disappointing season last year the Canyon Eagles are ready to take District 3-4A by storm.

WT Volleyball kicks off season with first practice

West Texas A&M Volleyball kicked off their preseason practice schedule Monday afternoon at the First United Bank Center in Canyon. The Lady Buffs are coming off a trip to the South Central Region Finals and a 23-14 overall record last season.     The team conducted fitness tests in the morning and some routine drills in the afternoon for day 1. For the second year in a row, the team is young, but returning sophomore Chandler Vogel is confident in their abi...

Countdown to Kickoff: Bushland Falcons

The Bushland Falcons took the field today on the first day of fall camp with the mindset of improving off of last season's success.

Preseason Sneak Peek: Friona Chieftains

Friona Chieftains quarterback Marco Monreal has a clear focus on what he hopes to accomplish this season.

  Preseason Sneak Peek: Sanford-Fritch Eagles

As the Sanford-Fritch Eagles approach the 2018 season, they know that Fritch will have their back.

Preseason Sneak Peek: Clarendon Broncos

After posting an 11-2 record last season, the Clarendon Broncos are looking to get over the hump this year and take the town of Clarendon to state.

Kayla Pace

Kayla Pace is a recent graduate of the University of South Carolina (Go Cocks!) and a native of northern New Jersey.

Vaulting to the Junior Olympics

Jayton Acosta and Saben Florer are two local pole vaulters who have qualified for the Junior Olympics, but they need your help to get over the top.   "Both of these guys have been coming to us at our club since they were seventh graders and both have had a lot of success," said Steve Lott, Wings Elite Pole Vault coach. "Jayton set the junior high record in Amarillo, and he's been to regionals the last couple of years. Saben went to regionals and sta...

Coach Ken Carter speaks with Amarillo youth on education

He was played in Hollywood by Samuel L. Jackson in the 2005 film coach carter but today the real coach ken carter was in Amarillo speaking with members of the community

Two veterans run cross country to raise PTSD awareness

United States Marine Corps veterans Will Owens and Dustin Schnatz along with their best friends Shooter and Konsin are putting boots and paws on the ground to bring awareness to PTSD.

Hereford Alum thankful for her journey to Texas Tech

Every student athletes journey sends them down their own unique path for Mia Castaneda her journey has been longer than most.

Chuck Slaughter's fencing legacy lives on through his students

When you're gone, the legacy you leave behind is how your story will be told.

Special Olympics athletes compete and inspire in basketball competition

Nearly 300 athletes from around the Panhandle gathered to compete in the Panhandle Special Olympics basketball competition this weekend.

Amarillo's "Learn to Skate" program welcomes skaters of all ages

The Amarillo learn to skate program has been in the community for six years and offers residents the chance to either gain interest in a new hobby.