August 29th, 2015
Plenty has happened across Hutchinson County over the last week, and in case you missed it, here's a quick review of the highlights. Of course schools in Borger and across the county kicked off a new year on Monday, and on Sunday August 23 churches across the county came together to walk the campuses of local school districts offering prayer for the safety, well being, and education of students.
The Bulldogs opened their 2015 season Friday night here in Borger. See results in this weekend's sports section.
The Borger High band practices on the soccer fields back in 2005.
Borger, Sanford-Fritch, and West Texas all open up their 2015 football seasons Friday night at home. See the weekend sports pages for results.
Sanford-Fritch Eagles wide receiver Wes Langley pulls away from a defender during the Eagle's scrimmage with Panhandle last week.
The Frank Phillips Lady Plainsmen volleyball team swept the Lamar College tournament this past weekend winning all four matches. See Wednesday's sports section for results.
The Borger School District's Board of Trustees has announced a Thursday evening meeting which will host a public hearing regarding the district's upcoming budget and tax rate for the year ahead. Locals interested in voicing their opinions are encouraged to stop by the BISD Administration Building (200 E 9th) at 7:00 p.m. on August 27. A full agenda is included below.
The Frank Phillips Lady Plainsmen volleyball team will begin their 2015 season in Lamar, CO this weekend, and will play their first home game on August 31st.
Borger quaterback Bryce Day throws a pass during Borger's scrimmage against Canadian this past Saturday here in Borger.
The Sanford-Fritch Lady Eagles volleyball team were in action Tuesday in Stinnett against Pampa and West Texas. See Thursday's sports section for results.