Archive - Apr 3, 2012
Due to much needed rain on Tuesday afternoon, the Pampa vs Borger baseball and softball games have been rescheduled for Wednesday.
The Pampa Harvesters vs Borger Bulldogs baseball game will start at 4:30 p.m. at Huber Park and the Pampa Lady Harvesters vs Borger Lady Bulldogs varsity softball game will begin at 4:30 p.m. at Agnes Howe Park.
The junior varsity softball game will be played after the varsity game at around 6:30 p.m.
Leon Grist, 87, of Borger, passed away, Saturday, March 31, 2012.
Leon Grist was born Wednesday, January 21, 1925 in Paris, AR to Aron and Theora Elizabeth (Ezell) Grist. He was a Chief A engine mechanic for Skelly-Watkins Gasoline plant at Spring Creek for 35 years. Mr. Grist married Lennis Boren on Dec. 24, 1947, in Pampa, TX.
The Crime Stoppers and Borger Police Department are needing the help of the public in locating a fugitive.
On the evening of Wednesday, March 28, 2012, a City of Borger police officer attempted to stop a red Ford Expedition. This was due to the vehicle disregarding a red stop signal at the intersection of Third Street and Main Street, according to Lt. Anthony Griffin of the BPD.
As the officer tried to stop the vehicle for the traffic violation, the driver of the vehicle would not stop.
Fritch residents have become concerned that Monte Leggett of Fritch has taken the place of Police Chief Kirk Coker.
Reassuring the community, Fritch City Manager Bobby Lamb stated, â€śChief Coker is still the chief.â€ť
According to Leggett, things are still the same at Fritch Police Department.
Lamb announced Kirk Coker as the Chief of Police for the City of Fritch in 2011.
Coker has been with the Fritch Police Department since August 22, 2011.
After the first round of play in the District 1-3A Golf Tournament in Dumas, the Borger Boys Golf teams are dominating the field by sitting in first and second place.
The Borger A team took control of the tournamentby shooting a team score of 304 to take a 35 stroke lead after the first round of play.
Dylan Coffer led the Borger A team by shooting a 74, the top first round score of the tournament.
Billy Haynes and Tyler Sosebee are tied for second place with a 76, followed by Taylor Blewett in fourth place with a 78. Devin Witt shot an 85 to round out the Borger A team scores.
WOLFORTH-On Monday afternoon, the Brownwood Lady Lions scored three goals in a 10-minute span, in the second half, to pull away for the 4-0 win over the Borger Lady Bulldogs in the 4A Area Round playoffs at Frenship High School.
Due to a strong wind from the south, each team enjoyed having an extra teammate in Mother Nature for a half of play. Unfortunately, the Lady Lions would be the team taking advantage of the wind, by scoring three goals and being able to keep the ball on one side of the field for the majority of the second half.
Frank Phillips College 13 NMMI 1
FPC 650 20- 13 13 1
NMMI 000 10-1 5 4
2B: C Harlan, A Aguilar. RBI: C Harlan 3, C Roming, A Aguilar 3, C Wong, J Villarreal 2, R Tordsen, C Mazurkewich. SB: C Harlan, A Aguilar, C Wong, C Mazurkewich
Win: B Wieck
Frank Phillips College 15 NMMI 5
FPC 026 201 04- 15 18 0
NMMI 200 120 00- 5 11 2
2B: C Roming, A Landin 2, N Hoskins, R Tordsen. 3B: A Aguilar, J Villarreal. HR: M Beaudreau. RBI: A Landin, A Aguilar 3, N Hoskins 2, J Villarreal 3, R Tordsen, M Beaudreau 3
Win: S Kiper
Frank Phillips College 8 El Paso CC 7
Entering Saturday, Bulldog fans had wonder how the Borger Bulldogs would perform in their first game after losing a family member within the Bulldog program. The answer was a pleasant surprise, as the Bulldogs rallied around each other and put together a dominating performance against District 1-3A foes the Perryton Rangers, with the Bulldogs leaving Huber Park with the 13-1 win in five innings.
The Irish werenâ€™t so lucky Saturday afternoon when the WT Comanches came to Shamrock and held the men in green scoreless in an 8-0 win. Carlos Juarez went all seven innings and got the win for the Tribe. He fanned six hitters while walking just one. Juarez also singled to left field and walked twice, scoring three runs. The Tribe made a couple of heads up plays defensively and Chase Elliott did a nice job behind the plate.