It has been exactly nine months and four days since the last time we saw the Red Raider football team in action. This Saturday when they host Montana State, the Red Raiders will kick off their 95th season of playing football and will be waving in a new under head coach Matt Wells.
Former Lubbock Christian University women's basketball All-American Tess Bruffey (Bradley) has signed a professional contract to play in Portugal with Ovarense of the Liga Feminina de Basquetebol (LFB).
The Abernathy Antelopes have been a consistent grid-iron power on the South Plains. Over the last eight seasons, the "Lopes" have won a total of 80 games and went 12-2 last year - making another deep run in the postseason.
Last night, Plainviews-own Leonard "Bad Boy" Garcia was the main event for Bare Knuckle Fighting Championships 7 with Jim Alers. Right from the start, Alers went full throttle against MMA veteran Garcia.
Coming into the year, there is no need to sweat when it comes to the Red Raider offensive line. According to Phil Steele, Texas Tech ranks fourth in the nation for the most career starts for an offensive line.
On Friday, KCBD Sports was out in Acuff getting the pigskin preview for the Roosevelt Eagles upcoming season. When we were speaking with the coaching staff, they confirmed with us that Colt Garrett has transferred to Angelo State.
It was all the talk on social media this past weekend. Red Raider basketball head coach Chris Beard responded to a Tweet about the possibility of coming to a wedding. On Tuesday, KCBD Sports was able to get into contact with the bride and groom to be...
Back in late July, the best gymnasts from the nation gathered in West Palm Beach, Florida, for the 2019 Stars & Stripes Championships. The competition was fierce, but Lubbock's-own Vashynae Baucham shined above the rest.
The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) announced last week that the Lubbock Christian University (LCU) women’s basketball team ranked second in the NCAA Division II 2018-19 WBCA Academic Top 25 Team Honor Rolls.
For the fifth straight year, The Alström Angels hosted their BEEPball Tournament at the Lubbock Youth Sports Complex. The purpose of this tournament is to fundraise and bring awareness to Alström Syndrome.
The Wilson Mustangs made the playoffs in 2018 for the first time 30 years and won the district title for the first time in 32 years. They enter 2019 with a new head coach as Kris Foust was promoted to lead the pigskin program.
After posting one of the best turnaround seasons in the nation, head coach Marlene Stollings added another highly-talented recruit to the Lady Raider basketball roster with the addition of soon-to-be junior Jo’Nah Johnson.