The Amarillo Venom will be hosting a football camp on June 16th sponsored by Education Credit Union. All kids from 2nd to 8th grade are invited out to work on their football skills with the Venom players and coaches.
Every participant will get a FREE ticket to the June 16th game, a t-shirt, the opportunity to come down on the field during the pregame show and much more!
Camp participants can register early for $40 at govenom.com or call the Venom office at 806-350-7277. Registration the day of the camp will be $50. Limited camp space available so register today!
On June 30th seven individuals will be inducted into the College Baseball Hall of Fame during â€śCollege Baseballâ€™s Night of Championsâ€ť in Lubbock at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center theater beginning at 7:00 p.m.
The 2012 Hall of Fame class will be headlined by Georgia Tech and Boston Red Sox great Nomar Garciaparra, Rice coach Wayne Graham and St. Louis Cardinals legend Lou Brock. The other four inductees include Ed Cheff, Tim Jorgensen, Frank Sancet, and Brad Wilkerson.
A Childrenâ€™s Miracle Network Bowling tournament is being held this Sunday.
Childrenâ€™s Miracle Network helps as many children as possible by raising funds for childrenâ€™s hospitals and keeping funds in the community in which they were raised to help them.
The organization was founded by Marie Osmond and her family, John Schneider, Mick Shannon and Joe Lake.
According to Veronica Young of the Borger Wal-Mart, this event is to raise money for the Childrenâ€™s Miracle Network out of BSA Hospital.
On Tuesday afternoon, Borger ISD Superintendent Chance Welch informed the Borger News Herald that Steve Ribera is resigning as the head baseball coach at Borger High School in order to take a similar position at Lubbock High School.
Ribera just finished his second season leading the Bulldogs, where the team won the District 1-3A title and reached the 3A Regional Quarterfinals in 2011 and qualified for post-season play in 2012 by finishing in second place in District 1-3A.
Ribera replaces Freddie Tobias, who resigned on May 14 after six seasons with the Westerners.
**Reprinted courtesy of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. Originally ran on Monday, June 4th
WOODROW â€” The final play of the Greater West Texas Baseball Coaches Association Class 3A-4A all-star game, played Sunday at Cooper, certainly wonâ€™t be stored among baseballâ€™s greatest highlights.
A simple putout at first base to end a lopsided exhibition game isnâ€™t the sort of sequence that will have Cooperstown calling to collect the details. But then you discover the story of the player who grasped that final, seemingly meaningless, out in his glove, and the play becomes pretty incredible after all.
This past weekend, three Hutchinson County baseball players were in Lubbock to take part in the Greater West Texas Baseball Coaches Association (GWTBCA) All-Star games at Pirate Field at Lubbock Cooper High School.
2012 Borger High School graduates Max Lusk and Chayse Tracy competed on the 3A/4A East All-Star squad, while 2012 Sanford-Fritch High School grade Tate Murray was part of the 1A/2A/TAPPS North team.
Borger High School 2012 graduate Dustin Clark will participate in the 75th annual Maskat Shrine Oil Bowl all-star game on Saturday, June 9th at Memorial Stadium in Wichita Falls.
Clark had an impressive football career for the Borger Bulldogs as a defensive end, where he was selected as the District 1-3A Defensive MVP and earned All-State honors by the Associated Press and the Texas Sports Writers Association (TSWA).
Back in February, Clark signed a letter of intent to play football for the University of North Texas in Denton.
The Borger Bulldogs Boysâ€™ Basketball Camp is scheduled to take place on Monday, June 4th through Thursday, June 7th at Tex Hanna Gym.
The camp is open to boys entering the second grade through ninth grade and cost $50.00 per player. Each additional child per family will be charged only $40.00.
The camp for boys entering the 2nd-5th grade will take place from 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. and the camp for boys entering the 6th-9th grade will take place from 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
Learning how to shoot with the left hand, handling the ball with more confidence and learning how to work with others as part of a team are just a couple of the skills campers are learning this week at the Frank Phillips College Boys Basketball Camp at the BCAC.
The FPC Menâ€™s Basketball program has passed on running a camp in recent years, due to low turnout and transition between coaches. So when FPC Head Menâ€™s Basketball Coach Chris Hackett made plans to host a camp this year, there was some uncertainty on what kind of response there would be.
On Thursday, Frank Phillips College Plainsmen Head Basketball Coach Chris Hackett announced the signing of four players to his roster for the 2012-13 season.
Hackett will enter the fall with the luxury of having seven players returning from last yearâ€™s squad. Each of the seven contributed greatly to the team, but of the seven, Demetris LaFontant and Alex Zivkovic are the only ones returning with post experience in the paint.
Hopefully, the announced signings by Hackett will provide depth under the basket with the signing of 6-9 Juri Todorovic, 6-7 Keâ€™Andre Stanton, and 6-7 Reger Baker.