Summer has arrived and for many so has the heat. High temperatures and dry conditions often lead to watering bans. This is not only hard on gardeners but also our gardens and lawns. Fortunately, there are ways to help plants thrive despite stressful growing conditions.
READY FOR TURF – This summer, Wildcat Baseball Field is getting a face lift, the old turf has been removed and the rock has been laid, as the field awaits new turf. The project is still underway by Paragon Sports Constructors. Assuming we get a 2020 Football season, it will be the Wildcats’ first season on the new playing surface. (Staff Photo by Derek Lopez)
WORKING ON FREE THROWS – Sudan sophomore, Gracyn Shultz, works on her free-throw form, during one of the Nettes’ basketball workouts this summer. (Staff Photo by Derek Lopez)
WORKING ON AGILITY – The Littlefield Lady Cats’ girls’ athletic program has been holding strength and conditioning workouts this summer. Shown are several Lady Cat athletes working on agility on the speed ladder with Coach Emily Castillo. (Staff Photo by Derek Lopez)
The Lamb County Leader-News is dedicated to helping youths achieve a stronger foundation for future learning and career selection, and as promised the newspaper will award scholarships this summer