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January 16th, 2013
Sanford-Fritch Lady Eagles win big over Highland Park, 76-44. Setliff finished with 26 points for Fritch, White with 19, and Meek with 13. The girls are 2-2 in district.
Fritch Eagles lose to Highland Park, 60-49. Ryan Blakely had 15 points, and the Eagles fall to 0-2 in district.
West Texas High Lady Comanches lose 38-34 to Stratford and fall to 0-3 in district. Tull had 13 points and B. Wallace had 11 for WT.
The Comanches lost 51-44 to Stratford and are winless in district. Forrest finished with 21 and Guinn had 15 for WT.
The Borger Bulldog varsity boys and girls team both fell to Perryton in district action Tuesday night. The boys lost 58-31 and the girls lost 49-28. For more details on this game, please pick up a copy of the Jan. 16, 2013 edition of the Borger News-Herald.
Borger v. Perryton starting at 4:30pm
Sanford-Fritch v. Highland Park starting at 6:00pm
West Texas High @ Stratford starting at 5:00pm
Good Luck, teams!!
The Lady Plainsmen claimed a ten point victory, while the Plainsmen came up two points shy in a conference matchup on Saturday in Borger.
The ladies were up first in what would be a close contest throughout the first half. Rodriguez, Sullivan, and Thomas all have field goals early for FPC. Good defense forces WTC to be called for a shot clock violation, and Thomas also has a block on the defensive end.
It's always nice to go into rival Pampa's gym and win. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, that would not happen in the district matchup on Friday night.
The ladies were up first in what turned out to be a close game.
Pampa took a quick 5-0 lead on the Lady Bulldogs. Wood had some solid rebounds under the basket for Borger and also two quick jumpers for their first scores. Loftis has a shot blocked, but Wood is there to put it in for two. Francis hits a three to tie the game up at 11. Pampa scores six straight to end the quarter.
Odessa College rolled over the Frank Phillips teams on Thursday night in an NJCAA matchup, handing them their first loss early in conference play.
The Lady Plainsmen jumped out to a 7-2 lead early, with five points from Bohlar and two from Smith. Bohlar was hot early and hit another three off of a Lytle screen. Odessa answered with a three of their own. Lytle hits two inside, and Smith goes coast-to-coast for FPC, but Odessa had an answer for both field goals.
A 2012 graduate of Borger High School, Max Lusk, has been named to the Dean's Honor Roll for Seward County Community College with a 3.63 GPA. Max is studying towards a Physical Therapy Degree.
Lusk is also a member of the Seward County Saints baseball team and finished the fall baseball season with the highest batting average on the team, hitting .385. He is a freshman outfielder for the Saints. They will start their spring season on February 2nd.
Proud parents are Danny Ray and Karen Lusk.
Two seniors from West Texas High will be playing in the Golden Spread All Star Volleyball tournament this weekend in Canyon.
According to WTHS Coach Patterson, Devin DeLapp and Cheyenne Tull will be playing on the North All Star team under Coach Stephanie Bankhead. Their first game will be Saturday at 1:00pm at the First United Bank Center in Canyon.
(Results of the tournament will follow next week.)
The Fritch Lady Eagles claimed a district victory on Tuesday night over Boys Ranch, and improved to 14-6 on the season and 1-1 in district play. Boys Ranch falls to 0-2.
They beat Boys Ranch 68-29 holding them to only 13 points in the first half of play.
Mikala Setliff finished with 18 points to lead the Lady Eagles. Christa White with 16, Blakely Meek with 14, and Bailey Hardy with 10, all contributed to the victory.
The Fritch teams will travel to Spearman for their next district contest on Friday.
It was a happy birthday for Coach Hackett as the Frank Phillips Plainsmen gave him a thrilling come-from-behind victory in their first conference game of the season.
FPC beat Clarendon on the road by a score of 102-100. Both teams have 11-4 records on the year.
Remarkably, the Plainsmen were down by 19 points at one point, but came back and won by two over a stunned and talented Clarendon team.