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Fritz joins the Lady Plainsmen

May 18, 2011

New Frank Phillips College Volleyball Coach Ashley Dyer continues to build her 2011 squad, welcoming Alexis Fritz to the Lady Plainsman roster.
Ms. Fritz is a 5' 7" setter from Klein High School, where she was a three- year starter for the Bearkats. She earned District 13-5A Honorable Mention honors her senior year, and participated in the Junior Olympics as a sophomore.

Borger ISD swears in board members

May 18, 2011

A longtime board member and a new board member were sworn in as trustees during the regular meeting of the Borger ISD board of trustees Tuesday evening.
Robert Bradley, a longtime board member and current vice-president, and Les Sharp, newly elected board member, have officially started their new terms as board members.

City council ratifies election results

May 18, 2011

The Borger City Council has officially ratified the results of this year’s general election.
After a canvass of the votes of the election, which was held this past Saturday, a resolution was passed to canvass the returns and declare the results of the election.
Following this action, council members Robert Vinyard, who currently serves as Mayor Pro-Tem, and Jeff Brain, who currently serves as Mayor, were administered the oath of office and the statement of elected officer. The two then presented certificates of election to each other.

Luminarias available for Relay For Life

May 18, 2011

Luminarias are now available to purchase for this year’s Relay For Life, in remembrance of those fighting or lost loved ones from the cause of cancer. All funds from purchases will go towards Luminarias presented in a ceremony that will happen during the relay .
The Relay for Life is set for June 10 and 11 from 7pm-7am at the Huber Park located in Borger. Names in memory of or in honor of are placed on white bags, which will line the Relay For Life track at Huber Park. The Luminaria ceremony will take place at dusk.

Honors keep on coming for local athletes

May 18, 2011

Local area student continue to enjoy the fruits of their success in the athletic field and classroom by earning various awards for what they have done this school year.
Fresh off winning the 3A State Mixed-Doubles title with his sister Abbie in Austin last week, Borger High School senior Josh Madden was named to the 3A All-State Academic Tennis Team. J.Madden will graduate as salutatorian from Borger High School.
Wednesday morning, Borger High School junior Abbie Madden was announced as Female Athlete of the Year in Tennis by the Amarillo Globe News.

Athletic Summer Camps starting to be organized

May 18, 2011

With school wrapping up in the next two weeks, several of the area coaches are busy making plans for their athletic summer camps to help younger student-athletics learn the basics of various sports.
More athletic camps will be announced throughout the summer from the different local high schools and Frank Phillips College.
Baseball
The Borger Baseball Summer Camp is scheduled to take place on Monday, June 6th through Thursday, June 9th at Huber Park Baseball Field.

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