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Over the past couple of days, the Borger Bulldog and Lady Bulldog varsity basketball teams were busy taking part in tournament play in Lubbock and Breckenridge.
Neither teams came home with tournament titles, but both were able to get into the win column and show improvement in various areas which will help both teams with district play starting in the next couple of weeks.
After beating Sands on Wednesday, the Bulldogs finished the FiberMax Caprock Tournament in Lubbock with a 2-2 record with a win over Levelland and loses to Dimmitt and Tulia.
On Thursday afternoon, the Sanford-Fritch Lady Eagles had no problems with the Hedley Lady Owls winning 70-37 at Sanford-Fritch High School.
Lady Eagles sophomore Mikala Setliff had a big game scoring 28 points to lead the team.
Summer Tubbs added 12 points, Christa White 10, and Mariah Cumings had nine points in the game.
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On Wednesday morning, the Borger Lady Bulldogs opened play in the Breckenridge Lionsâ€™ Club Christmas Tournament with a 50-31 loss to Breckenridge.
The two teams were tangled up in a close contest in the first half, with Breckenridge only holding a 15-12 lead at halftime.
However, Breckenridge took advantage of being on their home court in the second half by outscoring the Lady Bulldogs 35-19 to pull away for the win.
Junior Emma Wood led the Lady Bulldogs in scoring with 12 points followed by sophomore Nellie Embers chipping in eight points.
On Friday, January 20th the Borger Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs basketball teams will be hosting a â€śPink Outâ€ť for HOPE for Cancer Awareness during their doubleheader against Pampa.
Free t-shirts will be handed out at the door, while supplies last, and donations will be taken for HOPE for Cancer Awaremess.
During both games, sausage wraps will be served by the Borger Basketball Booster Club in the concession stand.
The girls game will tip off at 6:30 p.m. followed by the boys at 8:00 p.m.
Starting on Wednesday, the Borger Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs varsity basketball teams will be taking part in holiday tournament action in Lubbock and Breckenridge.
The Borger Bulldogs will travel to Lubbock to take part in the 53rd Annual FiberMax Caprock Classic, which has become one of the largest high school basketball tournaments in the country.
The Bulldogs will compete in the 32 team boys red bracket which will include teams from Midland Greenwood, Snyder, Monahans, Vernon, Andrews, Levelland, as well as district foes Pampa and Perryton.
The Borger High School Football Banquet is scheduled to take place on Thursday, January 12th, 2012.
The banquet will be held at the Church of Christ at Borger, located on Bulldog Boulevard beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets are $10 a piece and can be purchased at the Borger Athletic Office beginning on January 4th.
The Plaza will cater the banquet and a 2011 highlight video will be shown on an 82 inch flat screen tv donated by â€śAaronâ€™s Rent To Ownâ€ť.
Officials from Frank Phillips College announced last week that live play-by-plays and stats for every game this season will be made available online through a new technology called GameChanger. Now fans, local media and other team followers can follow the teamâ€™s online â€śGameStream,â€ť even when they canâ€™t be at the field.
Pampa 63 Borger 9
132-Nick clancy(PHS) pinned Colton Derouen
138- Joseph Slatton(PHS) pinned Zach Robinson
145-Robert Radke(PHS) pinned Jacob Cosper
152- Trent McNEAR(PHS) pinned AJ Torres :56
160-Dylan Huffine pinned John Cryer(PHS) :43
170-Justin Velaquez(PHS) pinned Isaiah Martinez :54
182-Quiad Chennault(PHS) pinned Kirk Chisholm :55
195-Gaspar Esparza dec Justin Hooker(PHS) 3-2
285-Isidro Estrada(PHS) dec Dustin Tucker 8:-4
Roberson, NM 60 Borger 24
The Frank Phillips College softball team recently braved the cold weather to help a great cause. Earlier this month, the team spent the afternoon in front of the United Supermarket in Borger ringing bells for the Salvation Armyâ€™s Christmas Charity.
â€śThe â€śmiracleâ€ť of Christmas is repeated over and over again through the joy of caring and sharing. The traditional red kettle is an integral part of the Christmas scene, with millions of dollars donated each year to aid needy families, seniors, and the homeless, in keeping with the spirit of the season.