Athletes from across the South Plains gathered on Saturday to participate in the regional Special Olympics Spring Games.
Participants from ages 8 to 78 hit the Frenship Tiger Field for races and other events. Special Olympics Texas hosts competitions for more than 40,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities across the lone star state.
Athletes received awards, and those with the highest scores will advance to the state competition at the end of the month in Arlington.
Organizers say the day wouldn't have been possible without all the volunteers who came out.