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January 22nd, 2013
Both Frank Phillips teams fell to New Mexico Junior College on Monday night.
The ladies lost 64-58. Honesty Sullivan was the leading scorer with 16, and Cheyenne Swoopes added 11.
The men lost 82-60 to a two loss NMJC team. Greg Nelson was the leading scorer with 15. Earl Hill and Alex Zivkovic each had 9.
Full story and more photos in the Wednesday edition of the BNH.
From Coach Grider: I would like to invite everyone to come to the Our Space Room in the BCAC at noon on Monday, January 21st, to join the softball staff and current players in welcoming one of our 2013 recruits, Lesa Mackenzie Murphy, as she signs her National Letter of Intent to play softball and attend Frank Phillips College starting next fall. I realize that this is Martin Luther King Day and that many of you may have long weekend plans but it is a special day for this young lady, and if you happen to be in Borger please come out and join us in welcoming her into the family. Thanks!
Frank Phillips (12-7) beat Midland (10-6), 73-71 on the road.
Top Performers were:
Greg Nelson: 21 points, 7 steals
Ronald Scott: 16 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds. Scott also had the game winning FG at the buzzer.
Earl Hill: 15 points, 4 rebounds
Taquan McDew: 11 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals
Nice win, guys!
(FPC will be at home on Monday, January 21st against New Mexico Junior College, women at 5:45, men at 7:45.)
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.