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4A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Jan. 22, 1981 i eomi i i i ', By CIIIP SOLIZA combined for 30 points to lead the sive out-put of the season as they whip- they never trailed thereafter, racihg to point, 38-23 lead before the 'Cats reeled a 57-42Tiger lead. i Richard Blair and Russell Tarver Malakoff Tigers to their highest often- ped the Cayuga Wildcats 64-48 here Jan. a 12-6 first period lead off eight unanswered points to narrow Point production fell off in the i ' H~rtr TDauerrla 15. Billy Duncan opened the second themargin to38-31, minutes with the Tigers outscoring 1 . ..... i ~ I.i i [I.r...t ~MnO..rrnThe Tigers got point production from period with four points to cut the Tiger Tarver and Douglas traded buckets Wildcats 7-6 for a 64-48 victory, l ~, LIII"L[ & ~IUJ(AJj[ every player,on the roster, with Blair lead to 12-10, but Blair squelched the for a 40-33 Tiger lead. Blair knocked in THE BOX 1 .... ..~.~.:,;'~ u .... . ~ =:~ nsontfor taking top honors with 16 and Tarver threat with two tallies off feeds from a controversial bucket at the buzzer to cay,s. / , ,it~'l||~r i'll H MAYKOWER tossing in 14 tolead the victors. Danny Driver to extend Malakoff a 16- push the Tigers to a 42-33 advantage. PLAVEa r6 rT er / Billy Duncan .............. 5 5 3 l [[i [1~[~ ~||||||r',|IUWv st ,,,,~/ Fstimateswithout~ Sloppy play in' the form of turnovers 10lead, Cayuga stayed within striking Charles Coleman.......... 5 3 I l [][~ .,,,~ _,L ------, obligation and fouls plagued both quintets in me The Tigers began asserting on defen- distance until the 5:30 mark of the final Mark Hill .................2 5 4 l *~ .... ~ ~a o-~a a,~,~l opening period. The Tigers and Wild- se as well as on the offensive side that period when Driver knocked in three JimmyDavis ............. 2 2 3 l - . __ .. ~ ~ llq'O/q'ql1 cats both went into bonus free throw enabled them to race to a 30-19 bulge at straight buckets, coming off the Tiger Alan Duncan.............. l I 0 l l~l i~l~lll~ ~ Itighway31 shooting late in the first stanza, thehalf, bench. The Driver spree lifted the TOTALsMelvinShead ................. ............. 161 160 t0tV~ :~: -~ ~ =~~llJ~ I (:orsicana. Texas The opening chapter was evenly TigerstoaS0-351ead Malakoff r ~' "q~ , -- played with a Jerry Graves free throw The Wildcats, behind Charles Pn.Aw:n ~'t; FT PF I ' " r ' at the 7:21 mark staking the Tigers to a Coleman and his long range missiles But the determined Wildcats usedRichard Blair............. a 0 4 "~|SCJi' ~ t-bC2111Qdl~ ~" 1.0 lead, Mark Hill tossed in two and head-up play from Duncan, sliced several of their nine lives and fought ausse, Tarver ............ 5 4 0 [ q[,~U., aW~' 'L.,~., a~ ,** freebies at the other end to give Cayuga deeply into the Tiger lead midway back with three points each fromDaonyDriver............. 4 0 1 [ Steve Wilson .............. 3 I 2 [ its first and only lead of the contest, 2-0. through the third period. Coleman and Jimmy Davis to cut the Jerry Graves ............. 2 l 3 I 1~t I'~tdltlkd [ n ~r7~11,1 drlr Tarver and Blair knocked in a bucket Tiger Carey Jackson got a bucket at lead back to eight, 50-42 with 3:44 left to Howard Driver ............ 2 0 0 | each to push the Tigers lead to 5-2 and the 4-34 mark to give the Tigers a 15 ll KgbU I ll.l.a',lll ................................ ....... ..... , play. Curtislvey................ I 1 2 | James Jackson ........... I 0 0 I~ i .......................................... :--------.-~------~-:- All hopes of a Cayuga comeback were Tracey Thomas .......... 1 0 0 y~ttl Indlvldt .al Needs [ ]Fl JllTll.l IElll[ ] snuffed out with a seven point Tiger out- CareyJackson ........... I o 4 I~l burst, aided by a technical foul on the SamBlair................. o I 5 m'~ TOTAI,S ................. 214 14 21 - . - Aspeople grow older, they often become more | .l~.J___.l~.J~l.lW, ! Wildcat coach. Steve Wilson came off score byOu,rters ~r-'JAM! theTiger bench to bucket four points in Cayuga ..................... 6 13 t4 t~ ~ se individualistic, not less. Some need more time to | t IEIElP * Sll lEllP * SUPPLIES | the surge, the last two with 2:30 left for Malakoff ................... 12 IS 12 ~lg on, ~t of ( bealone, and to enjoy their privacy. | FARMERS& RANCHERS SUPPLY | W d' P th " " KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214 396 2881 OR _ __ Our nursing home staff appreciates this need. | ; S ~ t Chur OWNER WEST HWY 31 KERENS 396 2282 They are carefully trained t6 perceive the fine | ' ! estwoo , an e so, line between a residenrs healthy need for _L___:___ :_= :_ _ :_ _ ____:::::__:_ _:_................. BaptL, privacy, and the quiet withdrawal that can lead I .... =-::-:':-:=-=::=---' d 1 Tig to isolation. Ill 1 ILl I Jl II COLOR tO.TRAiT I ea ettes toss finofCr They know how to respond to each resident's InN a m imr inPUt an I e', " Jl)ster ar emotional, aswell as physical, needs. Andthey [ --"" 31*t.t,l lL ] By BENNY ROGERS 19atthe4:33mark, to take the wino ~,~ . " " " ......... " d'st are skilled at designing therapeutic group '~ 'k 1 5X7 -- [ Westwood's Lady Panthers dealt the of the Tzgerettes' sail. Westwood cl~t ser~ activities which create a sense of involvement ~ TM I "k 2"'~l/zXSs *Package Orders Only[ Malakoff Tigerettes another district the period strong and held a 40 27 .z~iuriin setback here Monday night, downing vantage going into the finalstanza, ht of" among the residents and staff of our home, and "-""" i "" II " .Satisfaction Guaranteed [ thelocal female cagers 51-42. The Tigerettes made a-furious I[" ,. w, * lO-Mlfl wa ets. , jUrllngt, members of the commumty. ' .... , ~ ........... I NO Group Char~ [ The Lady Panthers, now 15-5 on the tempt to crawl back into theaffaw. C~sc~ . In our modern nursing home, being a profes- "~aA" ~ 1 " 1,~ FUR/RIq/~.".All Ag~Welcome. I year and 2-1 in 18AAA play, led from ling the lead to nine. 49-40, with 1:~ t21 sional means being total earing, r :~ ~_~ ff J o K l DAY 0NLY! [ startleads,tObutfinish,hadandto twiCehold offbuiltTigeretteUP huge theremaining'honors withMiChellea shortKillingswrthjumper tl~[ '. nel -YlVOrs [ 0NLY4$ 2.5 P.M. FRIDAY [ rallies, Crawford denied the Tigerettes' ok , VickieCrawford, Westwood's leading last effort, hitting from underne~'u ~nv ,_ ~ I' ~ " ~ "~l ~l~llit when phot01paphed. /~embly of God [ scorer with 16 points, put the Lady Pan- wRh 43 seconds to go. Marilyn DaVi~n~r r $5ndeliveff" 0ayCate'-Malak0ff I ' " -'~ 00 thers' first two markers on the board whose 14 tallies led Malakoff hit['T' . a rl from her low post position. Karen -' ,~ urlin meaningless two-pointer tor ~ , Voile Vista Athens 675-859] ~ ~ ~ Jackson and Lisa Woolverton connec- Tigerettes wtth' three seconds shawlS, ila,'lv~rt ted on jump shots to temporarily knot of the clock. t By Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Christian Dior, Jamar, Hardwick, Haggar & Others Large Group of Arrow Long Sleeve Entire Stock 'of By Puritan and Jockey to Reg. $1 400 to *38 Entire Stock of Entire Stock of By Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Jamar, Sans-aBelt, Hubbard and Haggar the score. With the loss the Tigerettes fall to :!-Mr~ Donna Wilson pumped in two unan-10 on the season and 0-3 in loop W!zlnrss.. M I1 niece swered baskets, both off fast breaks, to The Tzgerettes' continue district. F:]be. arer, propel Westwood into a lead it never tonight in Fairfield. ldb- ht lost. The Lady Panthers led 15-12 at THE BOX : ~u~{'en quarter's end. MAI,AKOFF etI #tt, AI Scoring slacked off in the secondPLAYER FG FT stanza as turnovers began to play a fac- j Barren ................. 2 1 |glen, tor on both ends. The Lady Panthers K. Jackson...............4 0 ! }nee Le M. Dais .................. 7 0 :! outseored the Tigerettes 8-4 in the L. Woolverton............. 2 0 i MO period to claim a 23-16 halftime lead. J sne~ .................. 2 2 ~ eral se] Jeanette Wilson and Crawford hit two B. Hoyt ................... 0 1 I M, Killingsworth .......... 2 0 2 ~ 89, of field goals apiece to account for West- TOTAI,,S................. ]9 4 13 hesday wood's points, while Jackson owned WESTWOOD ~ff wit: Malakoff's. PLAYE1R FG FT PF ~ling. The Lady Panthers built up their F, Crawford ...... 0 0 -- r ........ 0 I I rment biggest lead early in the second half. 30- R Daughte y ............. '=, 3 2 3 erson B, Brown ................. V, Crawford .............. 8 0 3 Ill Fune S. 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