April 29th, 2015
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today announced the arrest of a Borger woman for allegedly sexually asssaulting a child. The Texas Rangers arrested Corisa Tosh, 41, after conducting an investigation into the alleged assault in 2009. The Rangers began investigating after being notified by the Borger Police Department. Tosh is a former police officer, and the alleged assault occurred prior to her employment as a Borger police officer. Tosh was booked into the Hutchinson OCunty Jail for sexual assault of a child, a second-degree felony.
The Borger boys soccer team held their annual sports banquet recently here in Borger. See who received awards in Wednesday's sports section.
The Borger Lady Bulldog soccer team recently received awards at their annual sports banquet here in Borger. See who received awards in Wednesday's sports section.
The West Texas High cheerleaders for next year were recently announced. See photo and details in Wednesday's sports section.
The Borger Lady Bulldogs softball team finished their regular season up this past Saturday against Perryton. Borger crushed the Lady Rangerettes 21-6 to finish in a tie for second with Pampa. See results and times for Borger's first playoff game in Lubbock in Tuesday's sports section.
Junior Ranger Day on Saturday, April 25. The National Park Service invites kids and adults to enjoy all the activites they have planned. Great way to spend a Saturday!
Claire Huffine of Borger was crowned the regional champion at the regional tennis tournament in Lubbock Thursday afternoon. Huffine will now travel to the state tournament.
The Borger tennis program will be sending three individuals to the 1-4A State Tournament in College Station in May. Claire Huffine won the ladies singles title while the mixed doubles team of Aaron Madden and Lauryn Ammerman took second. See more information in this weekend's sports section.
The Sanford-Fritch Lady Eagles softball team thumped Booker 21-1 this past Tuesday. See results in this weekend's sports section.
The Sanford-Fritch boys and girls track teams recently competed at the 1-3A District Meet. The Sanford-Fritch boys won the meet, and the girls finished in third. See results in Friday's sports section.