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" Page 2B - The News - Friday, January 19, 2018 I m By Kate ExtensioJ HE COU} ers ta By Bodey Cooper The News Staff Writer TEAGUE-The Mal- akoffTigers' late fourth quarter surge wasn't enough as they fell in overtime on the road against the Teague Li- ons Jan. 12. The Tigers struggled to find offense in the first quarter, managing only seven points compared to 13 from the Lions. The Lions tacked on 11 more points in the second quarter to take a 24-15 lead into halftime. The Tigers found the Spark they were looking for in the second half. The put up 12 points in the third quarter to cut the lead to 35-27. The Tigers blew open the doors with 16 points in the fourth quarter, al- lowing only eight from the Lions, leaving the game tied 43-43, forcing overtime. The Tigers and Lions battled back and forth in overtime, but the Lions outscored the Tigers %6 to hand them a heart- breaking 50-49 overtime loss. The Tigers sit at 6-9 overall and 1-3 in dis- trict play. They take on the Leon Cougars at home Jan. 23 after their bye on Friday. Games start at 5 p.m at Malakoff High School. heard called gades' you'll. join m Texas ] is to ed er yout skills a wildlit land st come c bassa& natural The CEDAR CREEK LAKE-Nights out in a big city might can make for a welcome change of pace from time to time. Such nights can stretch budgets, making it more financially sav- vy for non-city dwell- ers to stay close to home. Small towns and medium-sized boast plenty of bud- get-friendly activi- ties for people look- ing nights out on the town. Paint and sip: Paint and sip events are fun, affordable ways to gather with friends. People who sign guided step-by-step as they recreate a featured painting. Some paint and sip events allow guests to bring their own alco- hol, while events held at bars or restaurants may provide alcohol for an extra cost. Cooking class: Whether heading out with your significant other or a night with friends, a cooking class can be more unique, educational and afford- able than a night out at a restaurant. Some classes may offer discounts to large groups, so enlist some friends if the goal of the night is fun and not necessarily romance. up for such events, Bowling: Bowling is which may be held in a fun, affordable activity bars, restaurants, stu- that people of all skill dios, or elsewhere, are levels can enjoy. If you have enough friends interested in making a night of bowling, re- serve a lane or lanes in advance so you won't have to wait. And if everyone has a good time, look into creat- ing a team and joining a league. Many bowl- ing alleys host league nights that can also serve as great oppor- tunities to meet people. Live music: Arenas and football stadiums are not the only places that showcase talented musicians. Music lov- ers with a passion for live music can visit local venues that cater to local musicians or even more established professionals who play small venues. Open mic nights at local bars Courtesy Photo~Metro Bowling is one of the many cost-effective and fun activities that you and a can introduce music fans to new artists and/or styles of mu- sic, and can provide great opportunities to meet fellow music lov- ers in your area. While big city resi- dents may never lack for entertainment, small towners and residents of medium-sized cit- ies can no doubt find plenty of fun and af- fordable things to do. sum mln exper=ence liars The News Staff Reports FORT WORTH-Fort Worth's famous Cul- tural District becomes an even more attractive destination for those seeking to stretch their minds and make the moSt of their Fort Worth StoCk Show excursion thrOugh the Moo-Se- um! Experience. With a Stock Show grounds admission ticket, pa- trons can enjoy free ad- mittance to three of Fort Worth's finest museums, the National Cowgirl MuSeum and Hall of Fame, the Cattle Raisers thing for almost every- one, much like Central Market, and we're glad to give you a ticket on US!" The Moo-seum Expe- rience allows visitors to enjoy the Stock Show's varied offerings as well as exhibits at three noted museums for a single price. Now through Feb. 4 at the Cowgirl Mu- seum, patrons can enjoy the Constance Jaeggi: Aspects of Power, Light and Motion exhibit. Take time to enjoy the outstanding galleries at the Cattle Raisers Mu- seum and experience the The World," with an immense cool factor designed attracting all age groups that's dis- play through Feb. 10. Stock Show general admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 6-16 and free for children five and under. The Show's souvenir pins that provide gen- eral grounds access throughout the 23-day run of the Show are $40. Elite rodeo action, top livestock and equestrian competi- tion, and outstanding entertainment during Museum and the Fort Thundering Herd Mul- 23 fun-filled days, Jan. .Wo h Museum of Sci- timedia Experience .in 12 through Feb. 3, is enc and History, thanks the Noble Planetarium what makes the legend- to Central Market. where you'll see andary Fort Worth Stock . *'The Fort Worth hearfromcowbayshud- Show & Rodeo the Sto k Show & Rodeo died around campfires, place to be. Get your is maique among venues vaqueros recounting tickets today! acrOss the country as the first livestock-to ar- For more informa- it i the hub to an area rive from Spain into the tion or to purchase tha celebrates what is New World and Nativetickets visit www.fwssr. trul31 special about Fort Americans who huntedcom. Ordering tickets is Worth," said Stephenbison. More stimulat- als0 made easy by call- But,Senior Vice Presi- ing experiences Can be ing (817) 877-2420. 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