Archive - Mar 2012 - Sports Article
On Saturday, March 17th the Johnson Park Youth Center will be hosting the R&M Vinyard Inc. Disc Golf Tournament.
Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. with the tournament beginning at 10:00 a.m.
The tournament will consist of two rounds of 20 holes, with the second round expected to begin around 2:00 p.m.
The tournament will have three divisions, including an open division ($35), advanced division ($25), and Recreational division ($15.)
Cash payout prizes will be given in all divisions. Robert and Martha Vinyard have donated money toward the cash prizes in the tournament.
On Thursday, the Borger High School Tennis team came in second place in the Dumas Tournament.
Taking second place in their divisions were Cassandra Fonseca and Lindsey Murley in Girls Doubles and Ariel Sanders in Girls Singles. Rebecca Benz won the consolation round in Girls Singles defeating a player from Amarillo High.
Abbie Madden and Alix Whitworth finished in third place in Mixed Doubles.
Other team members who performed well in the tournament include Daniel Salinas, Sterling Shelton, and Austin Embers.
Earlier this week the Borger High School Girls Golf teams took part in the Dumas Invitational.
The Borger 1 team took first place in the tournament shooting a 377 led by Trinity McCartyâ€™s 84 to lead all golfers. Hali Southall finished in third place overall shooting a 89.
The Borger 2 team finished the tournament sixth place overall led by Jessica Lowery who shot a 99.
The Borger Varsity Golf team is taking part in the Pampa Invitational this weekend
Tuesday evening in Amarillo, the West Texas High Lady Comanches had no problems getting the win over Amarillo River Road 16-6 in non-district softball action.
The Lady Comanches racked up 13 hits, while senior Abby Summers had a solid game in the pitcherâ€™s circle limiting the Lady Wildcats to three hits, striking out six batters, to go along with six walks.
The Lady Comanches didnâ€™t waste any time getting on the scoreboard by bringing in seven runs in the top of the first inning.
MVP-Boston Hudson (Canadian) Sophomore
Alex Ramirez (West Texas) Senior
MVP-Braden Hudson (Canadian) Senior Justin Mungia (Stratford) Senior
Korbin Irwin (Gruver) Junior
Kramer King (Gruver) Senior
Hunter Lile (Booker) Freshman
Jared Reagan (Booker) Freshman
Sterling Audrain ( Stratford) Sophomore
Ballard Saul (Canadian) Senior
Braiden Galla (Canadian) Freshman
Ben Arbuckle (Canadian) Sophomore
Edgar Guerrero (Stratford) Senior
Shay Wilkins (Sunray) Senior
On Tuesday afternoon, Amarillo Tascosa Rebels sophomore pitcher Tucker Davidson showed why he is an athlete to watch in the Texas Panhandle by getting the complete game win on the pitcherâ€™s mound over the Borger Bulldogs 11-1.
The lefty struck out 13 Bulldog batters in five innings of work and only gave up three hits.
The Rebels got on the scoreboard early scoring five runs in the top of the first inning off a infield single and a grand slam.
On Monday evening, the West Texas High Comanches gave up just one hit in their non-district contest with the Clarendon Broncos.
Despite the good pitching effort, the Comanches still found themselves in the losing column 2-1. due to a couple of costly errors.
Jess Shields got the start on the pitcherâ€™s mound for the Comanches. The senior did a good job not giving up an earned run, while allowing just one hit and striking out three Bronco batters.
Chase Elliott put the Comanches on the scoreboard in the top of the first inning on a RBI double.
On Monday evening, the Borger Lady Bulldogs played to a 2-2 tie with the Amarillo Caprock Lady Longhorns in Amarillo.
Sammi Huckabee and Hannah Kaplan scored the two Lady Bulldog goals and Huckabee and Cheyenne Young each had an assist.
The tie moves the Lady Bulldogs to 2-3-5 in District 5-4A play, where they currently hold a half point lead over Pampa for fourth place with two games to go. The Lady Harvesters defeated Dumas on Monday evening.
In the boys' game, the Caprock Longhorns defeated the Borger Bulldogs 2-0.
DISTRICT 1-3A BOYS BASKETBALL ALL-DISTRICT TEAM
MVP â€“ Latigo Collins â€“ SR â€“ PAMPA
DEFENSIVE MVP â€“ Davonte Burks â€“ SR â€“ DALHART - GUARD
NEWCOMER â€“ Hayden Smithâ€“ SO â€“ DALHART - GUARD
ALL DISTRICT TEAM
Tyler Smith â€“ SR â€“ DALHART - FORWARD
Jamon Hearon â€“ JR â€“ BORGER - GUARD
Blake Turner â€“ SR â€“ PERRYTON - GUARD
Reid Miller â€“ SR â€“ PAMPA - FORWARD
Russell Anderson â€“ SR â€“ PERRYTON - FORWARD
James Harris â€“ JR â€“ DALHART â€“ POST/CENTER
Michael Hesler â€“ SR â€“ PERRYTON - GUARD
Cole Engle â€“ SR â€“ PAMPA - GUARD
Tone Gonzales â€“ JR â€“ DALHART - FORWARD
Derrick Pollard â€“ JR â€“ PAMPA - FORWARD
On Friday and Saturday, golfers from 13 different schools took part in the Borger Boys Invitational Golf Tournament at the Phillips Golf Course and Borger Country Club.
In a pool of several 4A and 5A schools, the Borger A team made an impressive showing by finishing in third place overall with a team score of 619. Tyler Sosebee led the Borger A team shooting a 77-70-147
The Amarillo High A team took first place shooting 583, led by Hogan Hudgins who took first place overall in the tournament shooting a 69-70-139.