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4A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Feb. 5, 1981 THE Tigers brea open tie gary , for victory ' By Benny Rogers ' By CHIP SOUZA The Malakoff Tigers used fourth period ten point Return with me now to a thrilling District 18AAA Standings mediately noticed the error whenChip responded in printable language, shouted, in so many words, "read it and open a tie game and raced basketball season of yesteryear. (Excluding Feb. 3 Games) Editor Ann Rounsavall boastfully gave "I know I didn't write ten-game win- weep." It probably goes without saying district 18AAA victory It's the 1969-70 campaign and the TEAM W L me an issue of The News, which was the ning strehl{,tn my-$ter .,'Wl b ver set at this point I became the defense at- Crockett Bulldogs here Jan. 26. Tigers, coached by Gary Ashlock, have MALAKOFF (13-8) ............. 2 0 annual Progress Edition. the story made the error." That's all I torney. The Tigers utilized a Just captured a share of the District 18A Westwood (7-13) ............... 2 0 What you have to understand is the needed to hear and I quickly became After showing the original copy to side game from Carey basketball crown along with* the Fairfield (10-9) ................. 1 1 progress report is a culmination of the prosecuting attorney. Chip, which finally convinced him he Richard Blair. The duo Cayuga Wildcats. Cayuga is ruled Crockett(4-16) ................. 1 1 weeks of hard work and Ann was I carried my client's complaint to The was wrong, I resigned my role as the offensive and defensive ineligible for the playoffs when it is Teague (11-10) ................. 0 2 beaming and bubbling with joy with the News office and confronted Ann. After mediator. In retrospect I think two leading the Tigers to their fifth discovered some of their junior varsity Rusk (1-14) .................... 0 2 publication, and rightfully so, and I explaining the situation and offering i things were learned during the conflict, win and 12th in 20 games. players participated in a varsity en- se, son Records in parenthesis) didn't have the heart, or should I say her my handkerchief to wipe her tears One, is a person really is innocent until It was a nip and tuck ball counter and the Tigers earn the right to JUNIOR CURCUIT RECAP the nerve, to tell her of the error, we strolled into the newsroom and proven guilty and the other is, if you're the opening tip as the lead advance. In junior curcuit action last week only My next step was to find Chip and found the stack of last week's copy. going to be wrong, be So in a positive hands seven times and was The Tigers make the most of the the jayvee boys and ninth grade Tigers prepare him for the shock of seeing It didn't take Ann long to find Chip's manner. Chip was. break and edge a tough Harelton team were able to chalk up victories. The the major error over and under his by- original story and when she did and Oh yeah, Ann, Chip offers his occasions in the family opener squads-., ,. . 37-32 in bi-district action and advance junior varsity girls were beaten twice line. After shouting a few obscenities discovered Chip was in error, she apology. The score tied for the last into the regional tournament, in league play. , i : a Jerald Clark 6-foot In round one of the regional meet the The JV Tigers edged Rusk 59-57 here ~ ~ ~ 5:50 mark in the final Tigers fight back to down West Sabine Friday night in the most exciting game ......... : Tigers took the lead for 60-56 and move within one game of the of the week. The score was tied or the later on a Blair tip-in of a state tournament in Austin. The Tigers lead changed hands with the recording Jackson shot, 30-28 to set off were not to make the trip to Austin and of just about every basket, ning surge. play for the prestigous state crown as Jerryl Jackson's 28 paints led all Russell Tarver, the games Kennard comes from behind and deals scorers. Jackson's tallies came via 12 scorer with 18 points, the Tigers a 54-50 loss. field goals and three free throws. Scott footer with 4: 33 left to play Members of Malakoff's last chain- Williams also finished in double-digits seconds later took a Curtis pionship team in the boys' division, w|th 10points. pass after a steal, the length~ which turned in an impressive 24-10 frl ;t'lte" lltnth;grade tilt against Rusk court for an uncontested record, were: Elbert Sparks, Robert the Tigers claimed a 40-36 win behind 34-26cushion. Reed, Russ Poison, William Dawson, C. Gary Woolverton's 11 paints. Mike Rid- Blair and super-sub Danny E. Smith, Jessie Green, Robert die finished with eight and Ty King had knocked in the last four Ti Williams, Bennie Johnson, Bobby Hall, seven, while Clark and Troy Bolton Alvin Green and Gary Hunter. In girls action the JV Tigerettes were the Bulldogs scoring with a , bombed by Crockett 45-29 and lost to for the final 38-32 score. And now let's return to the present Rusk by a 33-14 reading. The Tigers got off to a quick l and take a look at the 1980-81 version of Jackie Coleman led the Tigerettes in behind a tally from Jackson at Tigers, who are showing all the signs of both losses. Coleman scored 21 against mark in the first being a legitimate championship con- Crockett and tossed in nine in the Rusk field goals. tender, game. BoRon hammered home Currently boasting a 13-8 seasonLADY CARDS ROLLING for Crockett before Blair and record and six-game winning streak the Coach Gary Asinine, He~ierson rung up a goal each for a Tigers are atop the 18AAA chart, along County Lady Cardin~l]s continue their vantage. BoRon bucketed a 15 | with Westwood, with a 2-0 ledger. The march through the Texas Eastern Con- cut the Tiger lead to 10-6 at two league leaders will battle tomorrow ference, the first period. night in Palestin$1~as le~f~]q),{~ton, The Lady Cards continue to lead the Trampus Riley, younger tinues. The Tigers own a bs-~ wm over TEC with a spotless 7-0 record. On the Texas A&M star Claude Westwood, which they registered in the season the HCJC ferns hold a 16-6 BoRon brought the 'Dogs Cayuga tournament, worksheet and currently are riding a biting hack in the second The Tigers are without a doubt on the seven-game winning streak. Tarver traded buckets with 1 upswing and should be a decisive factor The Lady Cards closed out the first BoRon for a 16-10 lead at the in the remaining district schedule. With half of TEC play with a 97-75 win over ]"he Crockett couple scored wins oYer Crockett and Rusk under Navarre in Corsicana Saturday night, eight points in the contest to their belt the Tigers were scheduled to Lola Reescano paced HCJC with 25 Bulldogs their first lead, showing on the clock. play Teague Tuesday night. After that paints. Melissa Melton added 19 and THE 1980-81 MALAKOFF TIGERS, owners of a 13-8 season record and six-game winning streak, are currently tied atop the Both quintets hit a cold it's the game with Westwood followed Lisa Daughtrey had 12. district 18AAA standings with the Westwood Panthers with a 2-0 record. The Tigers get a chance to break the tie and take the turnovers and missed by a home game against Fairfield next Next up for the former Tiger and over sole possession of first place Friday night when they journey to Palestine to take on the Panthers. Tip-off is set for 7:30 took a Tarver pass Tuesday and a road trip to Crockett Tigerette boss and his cagers is Lon following ninth grade and Jayvee action, which begins at 5:00. Pictured above are: (front row i-to-r) Coach Willie Wilson. made good a crib shot for next Friday as the second portion of the Morris. The Lady Bearcats visit Athens Curtis lvey, Howard Driver, James Jackson. Tracey Thomas and Jerry Graves. (Back row l-to-r) Danny Driver. Russell deadlock at the half. loop schedule gets underway. Saturday night for a 5:30 p.m. tilt with Tarver. Sam Blair, Steve Wilson, Carey Jackson and Richard Blair. (Photo by Tom Wylie) The cold spell continued in It should be quite a thrilling finish to the Lady Cards. period with the an already exciting season. I know THE GUILTY PARTY IS... bering the Coach Willie Wilson and his cagers are We had somewhat of an internal bat- @ netted seven points in the geared up and excited about the tie staged at The News last week. Allow while the 'Dogs possibility of Malakoff's first boys me to set the scene and explain. Bulldog Jimmy basketball title in 11 years, but the In last week's issue of The News on foot jump shot 15 seconds question is: are you? Get out and sup- the sports page in big bold letters was third period for a 20-18 port the Tigers the way you have the the headline: Tigers hold ten-game Tarver and Howard Driver Tigerettes in years gone by when they winning streak. The lead paragraph of with a two-pointer each for a were winning titles. You will not be the story, written by Chip Sosza, read: lead. .disappointed, I guarantee. Action gets For the first time in ten* years the BoltonandClintHampton underway at 5 p.m. with a ninth grade Malakoff Tigers hold a ten-game win- Bulldogs with a field goal contest followed by the jayvee game. ning streak ...... By CHIP SOUZA points, raced to their sixth victory in the period to take a 35-20 lead entering the 'Dogs their last lead of The varsity usually tips-off around 7:15 In reality the Tigers were owners of a MALAKOFF -- The Malakoff Tigers, succession as they topped the Rusk the final quarter. 22, with 3:30 left in p.m. four-game streak of wins. I im-behind junior post Richard Blair's 19 Eagles 43-32 here Friday night.The Eagles made a small run at the The Tigers got The Tigers, in looking for their first Tiger lead in the fourth stanza. Finley free throw from Blair for a district championship since the 1969-70 got a freebie at the 7:38 mark to cut the heading into the final action season, are now atop the District Tiger lead to 35-21. Tarver got a bucket quarter. 18AAA standings with a perfect 2-0 off a Jerry Graves assist to up the Danny Driver and the ever record. With the loss, the Eagles now advantage to 37-21, before Randy BoRon swapped two-pointers stand at 0-2. Carter tallied twice, cutting the lead to Malakoff lead. Blair added In securing the win, the Tigers used 37-25 with S : 30 remaining to be played, charity toss to push the lead an aggressive 1-2-2 zone defense, Foreman sanwiched a field goal before the winning spurt began. limiting the Eagles to just four points at between four Tiger charity tosses for a the end of the first eight minutes and 12 41-27 Malakoff lead. Carter came back at the half. with a bucket and free throw with 1:59 Before the contest got underway, the left to cut the lead to 11, 41-30. place el Tigers were hit with four technical fouls The Tigers went into a four-corner from 3 due to their dunking enthusiasm in their offense at this point. Foreman got a ond, y, warm-up drills. Eagle Kenny Finley steal and resulting uncontested layup, . nove h sank two of the four tosses awarded and while Driver finished off the scoring Shoe care pays off,espec Z mont Rusk took their first and only lead of the with 1:01 left in simuliar style for the you've invested in quality to beg : the bility contest at 2-0. final 43-32 Malakoff win. saySpecmlistAnn Vanderpoorten, a O~, but s( Good Looks, Inside and Out, and Manouvera Carey Jacksdn put the Tigers on the In the curtain-raiser, the Malakoff s " " ;o' board with 7:00 left in the first period freshman downed Rusk 40-36 while the Ms_ Vanderpoorten is on with a bucket underneath off a pass Tiger JV went down to the wire before economics staff of unl from Howard Driver. Blair knocked in pulling off a 59-57 victory. Agricultural Extension Servi move a bucket and a free throw for a 5-2 lead Texas A&M University System. ,|your cb ~6 " ' m * before Rusk got a tally from Ray xmznox Here are her jnst-a-mmute" r ovm MALAKOFF Foreman to close the gap to S-4. NAME FO rr PF TP care gmdelines :' " sh none dlrttowo The Tiger offensive machine began to Howard Driver 1 Z 0 After each wearing Dru ,, Jerry Graves 0 o 2 o Dust or grit left on [ nabthtrem Urthl warm up as they reeled off 12 unan- mcbardS r 9 4 ,9 shoes withacleanclo t swered points, with Blair netting six. CareyJackson 2 0 2 , g" a si= a e. , RusseUTarver 4 2 o 10 leather ones, works its w blel Malakoffs defense denied Rusk aCurtislvey 0 0 1 0 single pointfromtheS:20markinthe Danny ver 3 0 0 ewP) nShs hokoe M h e' lP ilfimsh'dulhngandmarrmgit" York first until the 5:58 mark in the second SamBlatr 0 0 2 0 period. Foreman broke the drought Steve WUson 0 0 0 0 g p James Jackson 0 0 0 0 leather supple. Use a matching mo leadWith tea 16-foot17-6. jump shot to cut the Tiger TOTALS ausK 19 5 1143 a neutral polish and buff to get pable it NAME FG l~r PFTP shine, h- to~ealsa~ The Blair-led Tigers continued to find RayForeman S o 3 Sunbird Coupe the range on short jumpers from the KLnneyFlnley 2 3 1 7 Insert shoe trees into s oea .luy whe lane as they raced to a 23-10 lead. Randy Carter 4 1 2 9 toes fromcuringandwrinkling OerrlnSemon 2 o , , For boots. Gerrin Session bucketed a 12-footer for Thomas Warden 0 0 2 0 allow freeair C=eC nt the Eagles with five ticks left in the half Jerry Hubbard 0 0 0 0 ee8 of to cut the deficit to 23-12. TOTALS 14 4 9 32 newspapers. ~rsona SeorebyQurters Alternate shoes instead of anspor Session pumped in a 13-footer at the 9 ,2 S-4S da" 'rl g pre-r 7:03 mark in the third period to close Rusk s 8 n-s the same pair every .... -F T.,T., &L. OR per me. the gaptonine, 23-14. Tiger scoring ace make the shoes last longer[tsi iP n Russell Tarver, who was held scorless -Ne d- qu allows each pair to dry tl aaminl Based on 48 Monthly Installments. A total of payments of $7022.88 and in the first half, connected on a bank Ambrosia is justtheticket. Lightly toss Ease on shoes carefully. shot to move the count to 25-14 at the 1 teaspoon grated orange peel, cups shoehorn if needed to avoid v u U U a deferred payment price of $7675.13. All you pay is $400 down and 6:lemark. orange sections (from 3to4 oranges) down the back of the shoe. ' $146.31 per too., Plus title, Tax and Registration Fees. Foreman came back with a Eagle with juice and cup flaked coconut. When heels begin to wear ! bucket, but Blair out-matched him with Cover and chill, then serve over e, them right away. two for a 29-16 Tiger lead with 4:03 left scooped vanilla ice cream in dessert "tself is worn off the bot in the third period. The Tigers out- dishes. 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