Archive - May 2011
Rosalyn Fryatt, of Borger, passed away, Friday, May 20, 2011, after a short battle with cancer.
Rosalyn J. (Marshall) Fryatt was born Monday, March 27, 1939 in Faxon, OK to Henry and Eunice (Carter) Marshall. She married Bob Fryatt on June 20, 1958 in Borger, TX. She was a homemaker. Rosalyn was also a supporter of the Lionâ€™s Club and Compassionate Friends.
She is preceded in death by her parents and her son, Brent Lee Fryatt.
Donald Gene Smith, 73, of Spring, Texas, passed away May 19, 2011. He was born August 2, 1937 in Borger, Texas to the late Ray and Ruby Smith. Don is also preceded in death by his sister Cora Lee Loudon and Jillâ€™s mother Sandra De Ann Smith. He is survived by his loving wife of 16 years, Lillian Smith; daughter Jill Belinda; step-daughter Kelly Quick and husband David; grandchildren Nathan Ray Smith-Lorrain and Katherine Coerver; brother Ralph Wayne Smith; nephew Cameron Powell Smith; and nieces Jan and Sharon.
Crime Stoppers and the Borger Police Department are seeking the help of the public in regards to information on a recent burglary.
The incident in question is a burglary of a habitation that occurred on May 6, 2011.
Between 5 and 8 p.m. on this particular day, a person or persons forced entry into a residence in the 500 block of Wilson Street.
West Texas High School has named its top graduates for the Class of 2011.
Kami Roden is this yearâ€™s valedictorian with a GPA of 102.467 and Erin Frost is this yearâ€™s salutatorian with a GPA of 99.674.
While at WTHS, Roden was active in various extracurricular activities, which included playing flute in the band, Color Guard, Dinner Theatre, J.V. Cheerleading, National Honor Society, Spanish Club, serving on Student Council and as a class officer, T.A.F.E., U.I.L. Band Solo/Ensemble, U.I.L. Calculator, U.I.L. Computer Science, U.I.L. Mathematics, and U.I.L. Number Sense.
Sr. - West Texas
Throughout his time in high school, Hoff has played a key role in the success of the Comanches in football, basketball, baseball and track.
In football, Hoff helped lead the Comanches to the bi-district playoff round by collecting 1,023 yards on 96 attempts, rushing with nine touchdowns while throwing for 1,031 yards, on 53 or 106 attempts, with 13 passing and seven interceptions.
Borger High School
Prior to his arrival in 2009, the Borger Bulldog football team had endured a couple of hard years on the field and was a football program that had not seen a district title since 1981.
Under the leadership of Rusty Purser, the Borger Bulldogs improved greatly on the field, which includes earning a share of the 1-3A District title in 2009, followed by claiming the title outright this season with a perfect 3-0 mark in district play.
PLAINVIEW-In three different innings, the Borger Bulldogs loaded the bases with opportunities to have big innings, but the team managed to get just one run across home plate through five innings of play.
But in the other dugout, the Lubbock Cooper Pirates used a big fourth inning to score nine runs on their way to defeating Borger 12-1 in game one of the best-of-three 3A Regional Quarterfinal Playoff Series at Wayland Baptist in Plainview.
On Thursday afternoon Borger High School senior soccer player Hannah Blakely signed a letter of intent to play colleigate soccer at West Texas A&M University in Canyon.
A four-year letterman for the Lady Bulldogs, the 2011 team captain has established herself the past couple of years as one of the best high school girl soccer players in West Texas.
On Thursday evening coaches, athletes, family and school administrators of West Texas High School celebrated a great year in sports at the Comanche and Lady Comanche Athletic Banquet in Stinnett.
Winning the 2010-11 Fighting Comanche award was senior Logan Hoff, while winning the 2010-11 Fighting Lady Comanche award were seniors Erin Frost and Maci Forrest.
Receiving the National Scholar Athlete Award were Maci Forrest and senior Terrence Bonds.
Hoff was recognized for being named as one of the Amarillo Globe News Scholar Athletes of the Year.
Firefighters from across the area responded to a fire in the Antelope Creek area Thursday afternoon.
Yesterday, a 911 call from a cell phone was received at 2 p.m. in Antelope Creek that was warning of a grass fire.