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FCA MOVIE NIGHT

Palo Duro FCA is hosting a screening of the movie Woodlawn on Thursday April 28th at 5:30 PM in the Palo Duro Auditorium. Everyone is encouraged to come out and watch this inspirational movie!!

Boys Track Wins 3-5A Crown

The Palo Duro Boys Track Team won their 8th District Championship since 2002. The team will be competing Friday April 22nd  at the Area Meet that is being hosted by Lubbock Cooper.

MANDATORY PARENT MEETING APRIL 25TH

All Palo Duro Football Parents need to a attend a mandatory parent meeting on Monday April 25th at 6PM in the Activity Center. Please attend and hear from new Head Football Coach Chris Fisher.

Girls track advance to Area

Palo Duro Lady Dons advance to the Area competition after working hard at the district level. Everyone put in great effort although these young ladies advanced: Talia Telford- 1st Triple Jump Jaleisa Shaffer- 2nd Shot Put 4×100 Kamilah Kariem Shirley Sorrells Talia Telford Angel Reese 4×200 Shirley Sorrells Carly Evans Talia Telford Angel Reese  

District 3-5A Girls Track Meet

The track meet will be at Dick Bivins this year.  Field events will start at 2:00pm and the  running event prelims will start at 5:15pm. Please come out and support the Lady Dons track team.

Burns signs with NM Highlands

Desmond Burns, Palo Duro ■ Sport: Football ■ Position: Defensive end ■ College: New Mexico Highlands ■ Why Highlands: “The coaching staff, I feel like I’ve got a good relationship with them. It’s a small school and I think I’ll fit in. They want me to play as a freshman.”

Palo Duro Dons return to area round

For the 14th time in the last 15 seasons, the Palo Duro Dons will head to the area round of the playoffs after a solid 89-65 bidistrict win over Abilene Cooper on Tuesday night at Lubbock Monterey. The Dons (24-3) and their trademark full court press gave the Cougars (8-16) trouble all evening, leading to

Vasquez and Gipson walk away with State Titles

By TERRENCE HUNLEY terrence.hunley@amarillo.com CYPRESS — It’s tough to walk into the state tourney as the favorite and pull it off. But six Amarillo area wrestlers experienced just that after the finals of the Class 5A UIL State Wrestling Championships on Saturday. Randall’s Johnathon Ortegon (106 pounds), Bailer Thomason (126) and Christian McBroom (170), and

Dons Win 3-5A Title

By TERRENCE HUNLEY Globe-News staff The Palo Duro Dons wrapped up their second straight District 3-5A championship Tuesday night, rolling over Hereford 71-51 to stay unbeaten in district play. Palo Duro (21-3, 8-0) trailed 17-16 at the end of the first quarter, but the Dons turned it up in the second quarter, taking a 39-28

Dons Stay Undefeated

By TERRENCE HUNLEY Palo Duro remained undefeated in District 3-5A Tuesday night using a 21-point third quarter to run past Canyon, 63-50, at the Palo Duro Activity Center. The Dons moved to 19-3 on the season and 6-0 in district. Canyon dropped to 8-12 and 3-3. The game was still in doubt at halftime, with Palo