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Y, 3. ic rd n- le e- ll- e Malakoffdumps Teague, 70-45 From Staff Reports The Malakoff Tigers showed themselves to be the team to beat in District 14- 2A Tuesday night by ripping through Teague. 70-45. The win improved the Tigers' district record to 5-0 While Teague dropped to 5- 1: Malakoff has one more game left to finish the first circuit through the district, taking on 3-2 Mildred at home this Friday night. "We are peaking at the right time and playing team basketball," saidcoach DeArtis Nickerson. The Tigers came focused and ready ibr the showdown with Teague Tuesday, jump- ing on top of the Lions 26-9 in the first quarter and never looking back. Truman Dowell led the 'Hgers out of the gate with 14 of his game-high 24 points coming in the first quarter. The 24 points were Dowell's best output of the season. In addition to Dowell, Terry Shamlin added 17 points and Garrett Airheart had 13 points, 10 rebounds and 5 blocks. Kameron Fletcher added 6 points and 8 assists; Josh Crockett 4 points; Ethan Owens, Shane Morrison and Brandon Goodwin each had 2 points. The JV Tigers also won Tuesday night, downing the Lions, 48-23. The Tigers were led by Carrington Manning with 13 points; DaMontes Dowel] 9; Darin Jackson 8; Marcus Willingham 5; Israel Rivera and Derie Greenhaw had 2 each. ' I IIiCI~EL V. ~ PHOTO Garrett Airheart (22) and Truman Dowell (11) go up for a re- bound in a game earlier in the season. The pair led the Tzjers Tuesday night against Teague. Tri County Soccer Association schedules sign ups From Staff Reports The Tri County Soccer As- sociation will be holding spring signups at the Gun Barrel City McDonaids the following times: - Jan. 29 from 9 a.m. to 2 pom. Feb, 3 ffomt-8 p.m.- -'Peb, 5 ::litm: 9 ann. to 2 p.m. Players must be 4 prior to Jan. 1, 2011. Fee is $60 for new players. This fee is for the standard association uniform and co- insurance. Fee is $40 for re- turning fall 2010 players not -translbrring teams. Photocopy of birth certifi- cates must be turned in for new players and any re- turnees that are still outstand- ing. Practices will begin in mid-Febrtmry and games are to begin by March 12 through May 7. ,t tctices are usually two ni is h ffbe'k:, detertiined by each coach and team. Games will be on Saturdays and some possible weeknights when necessary. New coaches are needed and must submit to an online background check. Referees are needed as well. Call 903-887-3138 for information. IZERO ........ ar~Ier~or i.~O sq ft Toar o.r mode{ homes{ ,Sa=ae thin,sands in up-#vnt cloang o~s~ While olher builders arrange funancing vith local lenders, UnRed- Billt Homes is the OM, Yon-your-sile btailder in Texas that offers true in- homse financing. That means you be in your home without spend- lnlg a penny in up -front elosh)g costs, Come by today and start planning your new, custom-built borne, 1250 E 1-20 in Terrell 866.583.2299 ubh.com VV~tti ~pprov~ crc~dit Ret= M,~rt L~r~ier AFt. LA, M~;. MO OK. T'~ NMLt~#3~43 Friday, January 21, 201.1. - The MalakoffNews - Page 3A by ers edged 40-38