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January 14th

Abilene Cooper tops Borger boys and girls soccer teams

January 14, 2012

On Friday, Abilene Cooper got the sweep over the Borger Bulldog and Lady Bulldog soccer teams in the first round of play at the West Texas Invitational in Abilene.
(Boys) Abilene Cooper 3 Borger 1
The Bulldogs and the Cougars squared off in a good contest that was tied 1-1, until Cougars score two late goals to pull away for the win.
Cooper took a 0-1 lead at halftime on a penalty kick. But the Bulldogs were able to tie the game early in the second half off a goal by Paco Ibarra with an assist by Miguel Estrada.

Sunray cruises to win over Lady Comanches

January 14, 2012

The West Texas Lady Comanches hosted the Sunray Lady Bobcats last night, still looking for their first District win. The Lady Cats had a different idea, and easily took care of the Lady Tribe 49-26. West Texas was in game for the first quarter, but after that, it wasn’t pretty. Sunray got out to a 10-0 lead before the Lady Comanches got on the board with 1:40 showing in the opening period.

Eagles fall to Spearman in District 1-2A opener

January 14, 2012

On Friday evening the Sanford-Fritch Eagles opened District 1-2A play with a loss on the road to the Spearman Lynx.
A slow, scoreless start for the Eagles left them trailing without a score in the first quarter.
The Eagles didn’t score until the clock read 7:05 in second quarter.
Senior Chris Bryan, point leader with 13, was the first one to give the Eagles a bucket.
Shots were hard to fall for both Spearman and Sanford-Fritch. Halftime Spearman led 21-6.
The rest of the game was a physical matchup and Sanford-Fritch tried their best to get back in the game.

January 13th

Recruiting: It is a whole new ball game

January 13, 2012

Now that the college football season is over, die-hard fans will start checking out newspapers and various websites to see the list of new recruits their favorite college teams are planning on bringing in this spring or upcoming fall.
Thanks to movies and television, a lot of people picture college coaches calling players over and over again to tell them how great they are and how it would be in the best interest of the player for them to agree to come to their school.

January 12th

Borger High School Wrestling results

January 12, 2012

Borger 45 Bushland 18
120-Uriel Orona, Borger pinned Colton Hetrick, 2.22
126-forfeit
132-Brady Mayfield, Bushland pinned Anthony Bates, 1.27
138-Zach Robinson, Borger pinned Zach Allen, 2.05
145-John Hernancez, Bushland pinned Jacob Cosper, 2.41
152-AJ Torres, Borger pinned Zack Baker, 3.29
160-Dylan Huffine, Borger forfeit
170-Isaiah Martinez, Borger forfeit 1.03
182-Alvin Bustillos, Borger forfeit 1.01
195-Kirk Chisholm, Borger pinned John Johnson, 0.36
220-Dustin Tucker, Borger decicion Gus Mast, 1-0
285-Brandon Grant, Bushland forfeit

Pampa 48 Borger 30

Booker tops West Texas High in basketball doubleheader

January 12, 2012

(Boys) Booker 57 West Texas High 44
On Tuesday evening, the start of District 1-1A play didn’t get off to the start the West Texas High Comanches wanted as the Booker Kiowas pulled away in the second half for the 57-44 win in Booker.
The Comanches were only down two points, 25-23, at halftime and were in striking distance to get the comeback win in the fourth period.
However, the Kiowas became a hot team in the final period and were able to pull away for the 13 point win.
Kiowa freshman Hunter Lile had the hot hand leading all scorers with 20 points.

January 11th

Lady Eagles improve to 2-0 in District 1-2A play

January 11, 2012

On Tuesday evening, the Sanford-Fritch Lady Eagles came out slow, but finished victorious in a big win.
Sanford-Fritch continues to make impressive showings.
The Lady Eagles started on a slow note, requiring Coach Hale to call a timeout after River Road 4-0 run.
With 5:27 on the clock, that small talk must have been good. as Lady Eagles never looked back and moved ahead to a halftime score 22-17.
Sanford-Fritch came out from halftime and took total control. Big rebounding by senior Summer Tubbs and sophomore Mikala Setliff helped control both ends of the court.

FPC tops Lamar CC 79-76 in final non-conference game

January 11, 2012

On Tuesday evening, the Frank Phillips College Plainsmen concluded their non-conference schedule with a 79-76 win over Lamar Community College at the BCAC.
Ronald Scott led the Plainsmen by scoring 14, followed by Taquan McDew and Greg Nelson each having 10 points.
The win improves the Plainsmen record to 8-8 overall and the team will start WJCAC play next Monday, January 16th hosting Odessa College at 7:30 p.m.

Pampa tops Borger in girl’s District 1-3A opener

January 11, 2012

PAMPA-There are times in sports when one miscue seems to start an avalanche that can be nearly impossible to overcome for a team.
Unfortunately, that is the scenario the Borger Lady Bulldogs found themselves in their District 1-3A opener loss to the Pampa Lady Harvester, 73-25.
Good three point shooting and 11 first period turnovers by the Lady Bulldogs opened the door for Pampa to use a 12-0 run to build a 7-27 lead after the first eight minutes of play.

Wheeler tops Sanford-Fritch in overtime in boys hoop action

January 11, 2012

The Sanford-Fritch Eagles played Wheeler, Tuesday night and lost a close thriller in OT.
It took the first two quarters to get the Eagles rolling, as too many turnovers and missed shots plagued the Eagles. This kept them on the short end trailing after the first quarter, 9-15.
Fast paced Wheeler were a tough matchup to manage and Wheeler continued in the lead 13-27.
However, the Eagles came soaring in the last two quarters.

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