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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Feb. 7, 1980--9 Talking about by Larry Wilkinson season is winding down Some interesting possibilities This Friday night the malakoff will entertain the Canton In- Canton's boys team leads the with a I0-I slate. In second them are Wills Point by Grand Saline and the boys are leading the Seem to have the inside track. Willie Wilson's boys have a 4-6 writing. Coach Wilson is with what he has seen so season. With only one senior in the Tigers are looking for- next year with alot of en- )f special 'interest are and Russell Tarver, who slot of promise as sophs. these will come up from the ames Jackson, Kerry Jackson, Thomas. At present the JV's the ninth grade-is 5-4 in game of the year will be with the coming to town to our Tigerettes. The Tigeret- 23-3 record and a perfect 10-0 on top. This came by i three point win in Canton by Tichnor's crew. If you see this classic then take my get there very early. If not in the gym. night this writer jour- to see the HCJC Car- on the Navarre Bulldogs. coached by Malakof- took a big win in the while the Cards lost the Cardinalettes grabbed an 8 and coasted along until the got hot and started hit- tract BUBBA SMITH Tigers journeyed to Jan. 25 for the district and fell to the Wills Points jumped out to a 13-5 and extended 28-15 at the haft. Howard high point in the first with 8 of the I0 points for in the second quar- tang. Mr. Ashlock then sent in the first team and quelled the rebellion and won going away. The Cards didn't quite have that same luck. They grabbed a 12 point halftime lead and even upped it to 16 at one point and then folded like a house of cards under the last minute pressure of the Bulldogs. It was almost like seeing a repeat of the week before when the same thing happened except it was Tyler that time. Let me encourage you to come by and see both teams. They are exciting and their brand of basketball is really top notch. The NBA last week voted to grant Dallas a franchise, (That's not all) un- der some of the most extentuating cir- cumstances ever. First they upped the price. Then they moved to protect their top eight players instead of seven as had previously agreed to. Then they graciously levied a 10% interest charge on the balance of the money owed which they wanted to have a year quicker than the first agreement. The result of all of this? Dallas will probably have a team. It will be made up of has beans, are nots, and wish they were's. The big question is will the metroplex support such a conglomeration. The answer is look at the record. Were the Cowboys supported well until they became big winners? Were the Rangers supported until they reached .500? Last of all does anyone remember the Dallas Chap- parals? The last column contained a quiz about a team that appeared in the Super Bowl four times but couldn't win it. It was of course the Minnesota Vikings. Here is a good question that pertains to the comment above. Where did the Dallas Chapparals move and what are they called now? compel The Blue cats continued to outscore the Tigers in black and gold in the third period as they extended the lead to 40- 23. Russell Tarver accounted for all 8 of the Malakoff points in the period. In the final period the Wills Point cats and the Malakoff cats scored 18 points apiece, but the Blue cats had the vic- tory 58-41. Russell Tarver andHoward Driver scored 6 points apiece in the final period as they shared the high point honors with 16 tallies. BY CURTIS IVEY the Tigers 8. Now due to this Panther The Malakoff rally as they moved into the fourth strict record to quarter it was deadlocked 25-25. ing the Mabank Pan- The Tigers knew what they had to do. Jan. 24. The cards were dealt and the chips lead were down. So the Tigers went out in first quarter with a 104 the fourth quarter to win and get it over with. So, due to the extreme pressure, Panthers outscored the the Tigers threw in all they could and second quarter, the came with a total of 39 points to the went in with a 17-12 Panthers31. FORMER HARLEM GLOBE TROTTER SHOWBOAT PRUITT put on a short demonstration Saturday night following the Kerens Junior High School tour- nament. Pruitt is serving as coach at the United Presbyterian Home in Waxahachie and his team took top honors in the tournament. (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall) BY CHIP SOUZA points. Mabank, the game long since gone, added a grand total of two The eighth grade Kittens, behind the making the final readout 89-25. 26 point performance of Scott Clen- dening, showed how powerful they can This score, only II points shy of the be when provoked as they slapped it on century mark, was th, highest often- the Panthers of Mahank 89-27 in a Jan. save output in recent years at MJHS. 28 game. The win raises the Kittens record to 7- It started out as just an average 5, their fourth win in a row. Their game with neither team showing much district mark is clean at 4-0. advantage over the other. ThE nox MAbank Ty King's six points led the Kittens to Player FG FT PF 'liP a seemingly well matched first quarter Thompson 2 5 4 9 as they took the lead 15-8. Hensley 0 0 5 0 But, much to the dismay of the Pan- 4 3 s thers, the Kittens decided it was time to Oodwln z 0 m Thompson 2 2 4 S get down to business. ClendeningVtpto. s 0 s z blistered the cords for 14 second quar- ter points and the Kittens buried the TOTALS ....... Panthers with 24 as they took a 39-22 lead into the dressing room at half time. M,IAko, their thirst for victory not yet quen- PlAyer FG f'T PF TP TAnner 3 3 3 9 chad, the Kittens showed the Panthers King s s 1 that they "Ain't seen nathan yet." Clen- woolvert 4 dening and Michael Riddle combined Riddle 5 r m 4 m m for 22 third period points and the young Cieadening 12 2 S 24 BlAir m s o 2 Tigers raised the score 32 notches while Verrough 4 I 0 9 the Panthers could only add three m wnlow 3 m o 7 giving the Kittens a 71-25 "edge". BallArd I 4 0 6 The Kittens hot guns cooled in the ............................................................. final quarter as they scored "only" 18 TOTALS 3g 13 ms 89 BY CURTIS IVEY for the Tigers as they had their best Defeat. Yes, this is what the Malakoff quarter with 9 points. But, Wills Point Jay Vee tasted Thursday, Jan. 17, as tossed in I0 to widen their lead to 32-13. they journeyed to Wills Points for a depressing 47-21 loss. Now it was time for the fourth quar- The Wills Point Tigers took full ad- ter and not a minute too soon as the vantage of the home court and jumped MJV were already yearning for home. out to an 8-0 lead at the close of the first But, hey, it's not over, this game lasts quarter. 32 minutes so they went ahead and put The second quarter was no different the icing on the cake as Wills Points as the hometown Tigers tossed in 14 Tigers added 15 mores for a total of 47 more points to out Tigers four. So at the to the MJV's well worked 21. half time break it was WP 22, MJV 4. High point for the Tigers were Tracey Tracey Thomas accounted for theThomas with 13, Carl Tarkington had Tigers four points, four and James Jackson and Lance The third quarter was a little better Garrett had two each. Eighth graders defeated by Mabank BY CHARLOTTE TRULY The Malakoff eighth grade basketball girls were defeated by Mabank, Mon- day, January 28, at Mabank. The final score was Mabank 47, Malakoff 9. Marriage often :i:i:i:i adds new adults iii::ii Couples involved in remarriage often have older-in-laws for whom they may be responsible, says Dorthy Taylor, a I/all af~All 489-053 1 family life education specialist with the Mabank was ahead 26to 7 at the half and easily controlled the rest of the game. Trisha Allen was high scorer for the Malakoff team with 6 points. The seasons record for the Malakoff eighth grade girls is now 3-8. High point man for the Tigers was in the game Tracey Trace), Thomas with 17 total points, direction to avoid fabric bubbles or eight points, Lance Carey Jackson had 12 points, Lancepulls, suggests Becky Saunders, a Jackson had four Garrett had 8 and Carl Tarkington hadclothing specialist with the Texas two. Agricultural Extension Service, the Mabank came out The Tigers will host the Grand Saline Texas A&M University System. an upset and hit 13 points to Indians Jan. 31 at 6 p.m. Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Notices and personal 1 Real Estate.Sale 4 Services 16 Services 16 The Texas A&M University System. -__- ~ _ This may become a stressful -----------NO~E--~---'--" - FOR SALE: 2 bedroom ffame hou~ in -- -'- HOME re--'-----'~irs. Lots cleaned uV situation for some but enjoyable for The City of Coney City will accept Trinidad. Perfect for couple. Carpet, I BRICKLAYING I Sheetrocking, dry-wall, Stocy Sritt. others,she points out. bids on the construction of a Garage good condition, large trees, separate 1 CARPENTER WORK I Call 489.1416. for Fire Truck and Police Car and garage. Carl 778-2734 for information. | DRIVEWAYS & PATIOS | Holding Jail unit, Plans and R~~re--~---5 Same direction used spedfications can be seen at the City I REPAIR & REMODELING I Hall in Caney City. Last day to receive I Custom Home Building I for top stitching b,ds,sF~b,2 t~O,:00~M FOR RENT: Mini storocJe building. I.EEEST,,AnS vs.ng81 { CLEANING ~Spring in general, ovens and~ Reai EState Sale .................... 4 Malako. , -2 orCor .House Fb- - f fieb- ;e, L ,........ - - - ,, ]windows. Free estimates. When topstitching two or more rows -- -- Working couple only. Lake area, 778- | WINDOWS - OVENS - ETC. |) 489-I 301 in the same area, stitch in the same OWNER FINANCE 2217. ' | REASONABLE RATES I 2 bdr. 2 full baths, 16x601 ROOM FOR RENT at 125West Main in | mobile home. oathouseI Malakoff For information contact the || Spring and General '| with lift, pier, retaining wall,| above re. U!ECLL.EANING home, 610 Mitcham. 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Most sizes and colors i he proposed bond issue is needed to accomplish i",CE 14,52 TRAILER& LOT, : [available, Zenith color TV's, 120x22 double carport. CH&A, I starting at $349, 13' round | reasonab!i i. and necessary improvements to the 'Ill storm windows, patio cover andstoragembuilding,Ge0.Quinn Ill | trampoline, delivered $399.| PhilliPSHwy.31, MalakoffAppliance (:enter IJ| ~ School's facilities. I m Realty ,.)l HelpWanted 12 I OFFICENIGm i We urge each of you to , Saturday, February 9, ,,,.,,,o 489"1154, Work2heursdoilyothome.brochure Nora I Ken Ferris-489-1699 I rip-off. Free, and ap- plication. ED-1402 Greencover 1980. ,_ Jeanett_e~ui_nn: 429_112!_j C, arland, Texas 7.~o40: .................. Concerned Citizens of Malakoff I,S.D. Paid for by Concerned Citizens of Malakoff I.S.D. Gent Sullivan, chairman ...With a low cost Classified Ad in The Malakoff News 489-0531