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Round one to Pampa

March 24, 2012

PAMPA-Despite the good start to the 2012 season by the Borger Lady Bulldogs, the Pampa Lady Harvesters proved they are not going to give up being the top team in District 1-3A without a fight.
After Borger took the 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning, the Lady Harvesters responded by scoring at least two runs each inning to pull away for the 13-3 win in the District 1-3A opener for both teams on Friday afternoon.
The loss dropped the Lady Bulldogs to 14-8 overall, 0-1 in district play, while Pampa improved to 12-7 overall, 1-0 in district.

Frank Phillps College Lady Plainsmen split with Odessa College

March 24, 2012

ODESSA-On Friday afternoon, the Frank Phillips College Lady Plainsmen (8-20) and the Odessa College Lady Wranglers combined for 57 runs in their WJCAC doubleheader in Odessa.
The Lady Plainsmen came away as the 18-15 winner in a crazy nine inning contest in game one, while the Lady Wranglers took came two, 14-10.
In game one, the Lady Plainsmen put themselves in a hole early by trailing 0-6 after the second inning. But the Lady Plainsmen did a good job chipping away at the lead until they were able to tie the game after the fifth inning, 6-6.

FPC Plainsmen split with Redlands CC

March 24, 2012

EL Reno, Okla.-On Friday, the Frank Phillips College Plainsmen (8-16) split their doubleheader with Redlands Community College 2-0 and 5-6 in Oklahoma.
In game one, Plainsmen pitcher Sam Martin nearly had a no-hitter by giving up just one hit in seven innings of work.
Andrew Landin had a two RBI hit in the first inning to account for all the runs in the game.
In game two, the Plainsmen built a 4-0 lead by the third inning. But Redlands rallied late by scoring five runs in the final three innings to lead them to the one run win.

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