Archive - Sports Article
May 26th, 2011
During the May FPC Board of Regents meeting, FPC President Dr. Jud Hicks told the board that the college has decided to suspend the Plainsmen Golf program starting this fall.
This spring, the FPC Golf program was placed on probation by the NJCAA for exceeding the number of scholarships provided to non-U.S. resident students and number of athletes being provided with financial aid.
In talking with Dr. Hicks on Tuesday morning, the college had learned back in December that the golf program had exceeded both numbers, leading the college to turn themselves into the NJCAA.
On Tuesday evening, Borger High School senior Dylan Winkle was selected as the 2010-11 recipient of the T.E. Ward Award.
Qualifications to be nominated for the award include being an outstanding senior male athlete, exemplify the highest moral character, behavior and leadership; regulate his actions at all times so that he will be a credit to the team, school, and community; and display good sportsmanship at all times by being modest in victory and gracious in defeat.
On Tuesday evening, Borger High School senior Jâ€™Cee Pool was selected as the 2010-11 recipient of the E. J. Webb Award.
Qualifications to be nominated for the award include being an outstanding senior female athlete; exemplifying the highest moral character, behavior and leadership; regulating her actions at all times so that she will be a credit to the team, school, and community; and displaying good sportsmanship at all times by being modest in victory and gracious in defeat.
The E.J. Webb award is named after longtime Borger Coach E.J. (Jeep) Webb.
Tuesday evening Borger High School senior Sharkita Morrison was named the recipient of the 2010-11 Lynley Herbert Scholarship.
The scholarship was established in June of 2001 in memory of Lynley Herbert, with the first recipient being Tenora Hughes.
2011 District 1-3A
All District Baseball
Brandon Garcia- Sr. â€“ Borger
1st Team All District
Pitcher-Hunter Hertel- Sr.- Borger
Garrett Ericson- Sr. â€“ Pampa
Catcher- Brent Green- Sr. â€“ Pampa
1st Base- Collin Killgo- Jr. â€“ Pampa
2nd Base- Kevin Watson- Sr.- Dalhart
Short Stop- Max Lusk- Jr. Borger
3rd Base- Fabian Villagran- Sr.- Perryton
Outfield- Garrett Irwin- Sr.- Borger
Zach McDonald- Sr. â€“ Borger
Blake Turner- Jr. â€“ Perryton
Tyler Malone- Sr.- Pampa
Designated Hitter- Kevin Bercerril- Jr.- Perryton
Saturday, June 11th at the Phillips Golf Course.
The format will be a 4-person scramble - $55.00 per person
Tee-off â€“ 9:00 a.m.
Deadline to register â€“ Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Contact Number: 274-5662 or 457-4200, ext. 715
Campaign theme: Live United
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Pro Shop gift certificates will be given to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams.
Frank Phillips College Volleyball Coach Ashley Dyer added to the Lady Plainsman roster with the recent signing of Kayla Silva of Edinburg, Texas.
Ms. Silva is a 5' 8" Outside Hitter who played varsity volleyball for four years at Economedes High School, earning team MVP honors three of those years. She earned 1st Team All-District 31-5A for three years, and 2nd Team All-Valley honors two years. As a senior she won the E.H.S. Heisman Award as the school's outstanding athlete.
This weekend, members of the Borger Bulldog football team traveled south to take part in a 16 team 7-on-7 football tournament in Snyder.
In pool play, the Borger squad went 2-1, just missing out of reaching the tournament semi-finals. In the wins, Borger defeated San Angelo Grape Creek 26-6 and beat Roscoe 26-0 before losing to Lamesa 27-20
The Borger team plays in the Caprock 7 on 7 tournament later in June, and the 9th grade 7 on 7 will play in a tournament in Amarillo on June 17th.
PLAINVIEW-On Saturday afternoon, a comeback just was not in the cards for the Borger Bulldogs in their 3A Regional Quarterfinal series with the Lubbock Cooper Pirates.
The Pirate hitters did a good job flexing their muscles by sending five balls over the fence to take game two and get the series sweep by a score of 11-0 at Wayland Baptist University in Plainview.
At the Borger Country Club
First Flight: 1. Clay Collier/Terry West 74; 2. Donny Sena/Gary Hanie 76; 3. Dale Gardner/Mike Hauck 76; 4. Sam Maples/Mike Boder 77.
Second Flight: 1. Blake Cartwright/Lonnie Blake 78; 2. Trey Gillman/Brian Gillman 79; 3. David Beall/Marc Brooks 82.
Third Flight: 1. Tek Ferguson/Angel Balding 81; 2. Henry Olivarez/B.B. Balera 83; 3. Clyde Taber/Pancho Harris 84.
Fourth Flight: 1. David Garey/Cary Ladd 90.