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Plainsmen and Lady Plainsmen in hoop doubleheader tonight

February 20, 2012

Tonight the Frank Phillips College Plainsmen and Lady Plainsmen will hit the basketball court at the BCAC for a doubleheader. The Lady Plainsmen will host Clarendon College at 5:30 p.m. The Plainsmen will host NMMI in WJCAC action at 7:30 p.m.

Borger Bulldogs open 2012 season tomorrow against Dumas

February 20, 2012

Tomorrow afternoon, the Borger Bulldogs officially begin the 2012 baseball season by hosting the Dumas Demons beginning at 4:30 p.m. at Huber Park.
The Bulldogs enter the season coming off an impressive 2011 campaign, where the team won the District 1-3A title and advanced to the Regional-Quarterfinals where they fell to Lubbock Cooper.
The Bulldogs lost several big bats and pitching arms from last year’s team, but the cupboard is not bare for Bulldog Head Coach Steve Ribera, who is entering his second year as the team’s head coach.

Western Nebraska wins series over Frank Phillips College

February 20, 2012

On Sunday afternoon, the Frank Phillips College Lady Plainsmen hosted Western Nebraska Community College in a non-conference doubleheader.
Western Nebraska left Borger winning both games 12-5 and 11-4, to drop the Lady Plainsmen to 1-7 and the team will next travel to Tishomingo, Okla., this weekend to take part in a tournament.
(Game One) Western Nebraska 12 Frank Phillips 5
FPC freshman Lucinda Ponce had a good game at the plate hitting a homerun in the second inning and racking up three RBI’s.
But Western Nebraska used a 12 run third inning to pull away for the win.

Borger Girls Invitational First Round results

February 20, 2012

From the Borger Country Club on Friday
Team scores: 1. Amarillo High 333 2. Randall 362 3. Borger Red 370 4. Hereford 381 5. Plainview 392 6. Dumas 403 7. Pampa 411 8. Amarillo Palo Duro 424 9. Borger White 436 10. Amarillo Tascosa 437 11. Borger Black 445 12. Amarillo River Road 484 13. Amarillo Caprock 494

Top six individual: 1. Lindsay Sames, Amarillo High 77; 2.(tie) Hali Escobedo, Amarillo High and Katie Barrera, Amarillo High 81; 4. Trinity McCarthy, Borger 83; 5. Chelsea Burney, Randall 85; 6. Haley Raymond, Plainview 86.

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