Archive - 2014
The Bulldogs continued to prepare for their bi district playoff game on Friday in Lubbock against Andrews. See preview in Thursday sports section.
The Frank Phillips Plainsmen dropped a close game to NW Tech, 89-83. See results in Thursday sports section.
The Sanford-Fritch Lady Eagles volleyball team finished up their season with aa the Bi-district champions. Look for story in Wednesday's sports section.
There is only two days until the Bulldogs play their bi-district game versus the Andrews Mustangs. Kickoff is set for 4 pm at Lowrey Field, in Lubbock. Check back for updates on game.
Cody Cole CMI(SCW/SS) and his wife Lisa attended the Veterans program at Gateway School on Veterans Day. His wife, Lisa, teaches first grade at Gateway.
Sarah Beth Brewer leads students in several patriotic songs to honor the Veterans who attended the Veterans Assembly this morning.
The Borger Bulldog football team will take on the Andrews Mustangs in the Bi-District round of the 2014 playoffs. The game will be at Plains Capital Park (Lowery Field) on Friday at 4:00 pm. If you want to buy tickets early, they are available in the Business Office at the Administration building. Tickets can be purchased from 7:45 to 4:30 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and will be available until 10:00 on Friday morning. Cost of the tickets are $7.00 for adults and $3.00 for students. Tickets at the game on Friday will be the same price.
The Frank Phillips women's basketball team improved to 3-0 with their 72-61 defest of Western Oklahoma State in Garden City, Kansas on Friday afternoon.
The Borger Bulldogs squeaked into the playoffs even though they lost their game Friday night to Seminole. See results in weekend sports section.
Georgia Hughes works at Golden Plains Community Hospital and says she enjoys the food served at the cafe. Several other diners were very enthusiastic about the quality of the food, also. Area residents are welcome to come to the cafe for lunch and/or breakfast.