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By CHIP $OUZA the key to cut the Tigers' lead to 52-42. The Tigers continued to keep the lead MALAKOFF -- Sheer hustle and Two more Farmer buckets sandwiched for the rest of the quarter on the paved a golden road to a a Blair tip-in and cut the lead to 54-46. strength of their superior rebounding victory here Tuesday night asA technical foul on Blair set off a and fast breaks. A Danny Driver layup Malakoff Tigers shocked the nine-point Bear spree that cut the Tiger off a feed from Carey Jackson gave the lead to 56-52 with 1:05 left to play. But in Tigers a 28-22 lead at the intermission. Brownsboro, 10-6 coming into the the closing minute, Tiger Howard The Bears quickly pulled to witin two, and owners of an early seasonDriver calmly sent in three free throws 28-26, to open the second half on field win over these same Tigers, was in four attempts to snatch a victory goals from Danford Taylor and Sher- 37-21 in the contest with from the jaws of defeat, field. But Tarver tallied twice to push Richard Blair leading the wayBrownsboro led only twice in the the Tigers' lead back to six, 32-26 with 13 boards. This was the majorcontest, 2-0 and 6-4 in the opening 6 :171eR in the third period. for the Tigers' victory as itminutes of action. Russell Tarver, who as, break, tickled the twine for 23 points in the Allan Valentine and Sheffield again Tigers, who took an early lead game, sent in two buckets, while Blair revived the Bears, sending in two pints on it until it reached got a tip-in to give the Tigers a 10-6 lead each to cut the lead to 32-30. Tarver and 48-34 with 6:00 left to play,they never relinquished. Blair countered with three points to did an 'el foldo' in the closing The Bears were able to pull to within keep the Tigers on top. Sherfield's lane minutes of play on the sudden hot two at 12-10 on a Stan Sheffield jumm- shot with 3:11 left in the third cut the of Bear point guard Bruce per to open the second period before the lead to 35-32 before Tarver slammed Tigers reeled off six points to push their the door shut -- but forgot to lock it. Farmer began his assault with 3:03 lead to 18-10 with 6:46 left in the second Tarver bombed the nylons three times play on a 16-footer from the top of oeriod, to key an eight-point Tiger uprising that Tiger Season Statistics (After 16 Games ) TotalSeason FieldFree Personal Player Polnts AverageGoalsThrowsFouls R.Tarver (16) ...... 306 19.2 132 42 6 R. Blair (16) ........ 168 10.5 78 12 54 S. Blair (15) .......... 65 4.3 26 13 39 D. Driver (16) ........ 63 3.9 28 7 26 C. Jackson (16) ...... 52 3.2 21 10 30 J. Graves (16) ........ 48 3.0 19 10 22 H. Driver (16) ........ 34 2.1 15 4 22 C. Ivey (16) .......... 27 1.6 12 3 8 S. Wilson (16) ........ 16 1.0 7 2 II T. Thomas (10) ........ 8 0.8 3 2 5 J. Jackson (11) ........ 7 0.6 2 3 5 TOTALS ............ 795 49.5 343 109 242 *Games played in parenthesis era win one three contests in Van Tournament V By CHIP SOUZA AN-The Malakoff Tigers, despite performances in their first two regrouped in the third line as they downed the Mineola in the sixth annual an Tournament held January 8-10. The Tigers were competing against the stiffest competition in East opening against 1978 Class AA Whitehouse and facing i tough Big Sandy squad before the c~eeting Mineela for seventh place in iltis c~e triple elimination tourney. hoto by i Whitehouse 60-Tigers 40 The Whitehouse Wildcats, five time !hampions of this meet and owners of a }effect record in the Van gym, used the shooting of Dee Hanks and long bombs from Eric Williams to ~bdue the Tigers rs to a 14 8 j Rtmsell Tarver led the Tige wzth I0 /l ,/!4 tie in the opening quarter " '-~'Joints. But Tarver's hot hand turned izkewarm the rest of the way, scoring :m!_y six points in the last three periods, ~rows, ~ Williams and Hanks scored 19 and 16 , 4241,k)ints ,,r~,pactively for the 'Cats, while wed thCarver s 16 and Richard Blair s 14 top- .~onds led the Tiger list 'loor IS B" Sa d " _ . :~ .. Ig n y 52.Tlgers 46 me |an BO .~ th squads opened up scoring at a : as t~rrid pace. Tarver connected on his worse. Wst five shots, while the Wildcats got e clockeven points from Danny Manteufel for herind six from LaKeith Chalk to take a 17- ricknor$ lead. sank Cold shooting again plagued the Woolvfigers as they could only connect for ix . .,~ points in the second period The comesWildcats tallied 14 to take a 31-~.0 ad- E-gala #antaRe into the Iockerroom at the half. ~ttemp~Jerry Graves, Tarver and Blair nding, ~grouped for Malakoff, hitting four ~e pez-i~.0.ints each in the third stanza. The ted SeSq, gets switched to a 2-3,zone defense in lane. S.e(n effort to stop Chalk s drives to the er andtasket The ' ' t !. Tigers limzted the Cats o "~ win,period io lead the Wildcats to a 52- RUSSELL GILES (30) for the Cross Roads Bobcats and Jimmy Carter for the Trinidad Trojans wanted the same ball in their contest Friday night. The game was played at Cross Roads. Watching the play is Trojan Glenn Boyd (23). (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) . Air Conditioning- Car & Trucks . Brakes . Tune-Ups .0il & Grease- .~r shot ~ Tarver again led the Tigers with 18 29 whe!oints, while Blair and Graves added 12 Parts & Supplies: Falls arid I0 points respectively. Manteufel ~-,,,,,~sed in 17 and C!~I]11,1811+or Big Sandy ~1"Electrical Work , i,.._ Tigers 60-Mlneola 54 ITIRES \ ,,'he Tarver and Blair duo were \.~kh !lCking on all cylinders in the contest \~r the Tigers. 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You're in for an enjoyable evening at the T .he Ma_ !_ak.o+l_l NeW_S :_~u r s+ day+, Jan..lS,___l~l_-'~_ carried them to a 43-32 advantage heading into that near-fatal final quarter. Blair began the fourth period with a bucket at the 7:10 mark to give the Tigers a 44-32 lead. Valentine canned two freebies for the Bears. Sam Blair and Jerry Graves hit a bucket each to give the Tigers their biggest lead of the night, 48-34 with 6:00 left to play before the fireworks began. THE BOX MALAKOFF PLAYER FG FT PF TP Russell Tarver I0 3 2 23 Richard Blair 5 Z 5 II Jerry Graves 3 1 I 7 Danny Driver 2 2 2 6 Steve Wilson 1 2 2 4 Howard Driver 0 3 4 3 Sam Blair 1 0 3 2 Curtis Trey 1 0 2 2 Carey Jackson 1 0 1 2 TOTALS 24 12 22 60 BROWNSBORO PLAYER FG i~rPF TP Stan Sheffield 8 0 0 16 Allan VolenUne 2 9 2 13 James Brown 2 3 3 7 Bruce Farmer 3 0 4 6 Danford Taylor 1 4 2 6 Paul Carver 2 0 0 4 Chris Farmer I 0 l 2 Billy Ferguson 0 0 3 0 TOTAI~ 19 16 15 54 Browvksboro Score by Quarters Malakoff 8 14 I0 22 -+ 54 12 16 15 17 --+ 60 VIETNAM ERA VETERANS $15,000 TAX FREE +t YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO EDUCATION RECEIVE OVER PLUS MONEY $15,000 IN TAX-FREE FOR A FEW EDUCATIONAL HOURS OF BENEFITS WHILE EARNING A YOUR TIME DEGREE AT EACH WEEK H.C.J.C TIME IS RUNNING OUT CONTACT ....... 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