From left, Madyson Powell, Kaylee Burgess, Yesenis Sifuentes, Bre Burton, Katie Vick, Emily Robertson, Lanna McCarley and Julie Vick. Back, Coach Sarah Corse, Chae Ward, Kasey Cambern, Ryan Koza, Josh Price, Jackson Bagwell, Ky Parnell, Kameron Parks, Jade Ward, Kayden Burgess and Coach Martin Moreno. (Photo courtesy of Kyle Parnell)
The Pampa Harvesters tennis team hosted Borger on Monday afternoon to close out District play.
Already District Champions, the tennis team finished their undefeated run with a 18-1 victory.
The boys swept the singles competition with wins from Kameron Parks (6-1, 6-3), Chae Ward (6-1, 6-0), Ky...
There was a four-person scramble held at Hidden Hills on Oct. 2.
In first place with a score of 60, Kelly Everson, Lynn Allison, Cary Coffee and Eldon Maxwell.
In second place with a score of 63, Jerry Walling, Charles Byrum, Larry Hannah and John Howell.
In third place with a score of 63, Sam...
Front, from left, Lanna McCarley, Emily Robertson, Katie Vick, Bre Burton, Yesenia Sifuentes, Madyson Powell, Kaylee Burgess and Julie Vick.
Back, Chae Ward, Josh Price, Kameron Parks, Jackson Bagwell, Ryan Koza, Kasey Cambern, Ky Parnell and Jade Ward.
The Pampa High School tennis team won their fourth straight district title over the weekend when they beat Dumas 14-5.
The team got three wins from Boys Singles when Kameron Parks (6-1, 6-4), Chae Ward (6-2, 6-3) and Jade Ward (3-6, 6-4, 10-6).
The teams of Parks-Ky Parnell (6-4, 6-4) and Kasey...
Prior to their four-set win over Borger on Saturday, the Pampa Lady Harvesters presented head coach Kelby Doughty with a banner celebrating her 100th win on Sept. 10. Pictured with Doughty, no particular order, Diana Perdomo, Haley Fossett, Mikalie Floyd, Shelbi Burrows, Tynaa Mojica, Georgie Osborne, Hallie Sieck, Maddy Martinez, Ruth Andrews, Addison Smith, Ariana Perez, Celest Ostercamp, McKennzie Willett and Marcee Troxell. (Photo courtesy of Carter Pirtle)
The Pampa Lady Harvesters (20-11, 2-0) continued their winning ways with another District win, this time over the rival Borger Lady Bulldogs.
Before the match, head coach Kelby Doughty was presented with a banner congratulating her on her 100th win on Sept. 10 against Liberal (Kan.).
Pictured, in no particular order, Mercedes Gonzalez, Mackenzie Rivera, Savannah McDonough, Abilen Carra, Marleyni Briseno, Lexi Maul, Abigail Porras, Seth Smith, Brenton Stowers, Aidan Scruggs, Rylee Jouett, Addison Massey, Jose Lerma.
The Pampa High School cross-country competed at the Palo Duro Reservoir meet on Saturday.
For varsity girls, Lexi Maul placed third with a time of 12:57, Aby Carra 14th with a time of 14:16, Savannah McDonough 17th with a time of 14:22 and Mercedes Gonzalez 35th with a time of 15:30.
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Pampa ISD athletic director Greg Poynor, Pampa High School principal Hugh Piatt and Pampa Five member John Cantrell.
On Sept. 21st three PHS Classes 54, 55, and 56, gathered in the PHS Administration Bldg to celebrate a belated ceremony and congratulations to the 1954 PHS track team. Five of the members qualified for the largest track meet in Texas High Schools.
The five tracksters were Ed Dudley, Harold Lewis,...
John Jenkins with students during a camp he hosted in Pampa
Offensive football guru, Coach John Jenkins, was back in his hometown of Pampa, recently for the homecoming game of his Pampa Harvesters as they take on Levelland, tonight.
While in Pampa Coach Jenkins has taped a promotional piece for Pampa and Harvesters coach , Greg Poynor , in his Weekly radio...
Photo courtesy of Charla Shults
Tucker Bridwell prepares to throw during Friday’s 43-9 over Dalhart.
DALHART — The Pampa Harvesters (4-1) kept the winning streak alive on Friday evening as they traveled to Dalhart and dominated the Golden Wolves in a 43-9 victory.
“It feels real good. Last year they came into our place and embarrassed us, they really did,” head coach Greg Poynor said.