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The lVlulakeff News, Thursday, Feb. 17, 19 --4;A "' , : was able reach his destination,vantage on the beards. Marty Wilson however, Derek Hartls denied the route came in off-the-bench to aid in the ~lyBLE Derek Mack (15) didn't like the looks of things baseline layup. Jackson had his best night of the season, scoring 35 points in the AHEAD--Fairfleld's and forced Jackson out-of-beunds. rebounding cause as the Tigers moved ;]r~e_,trymg to defend Tiger Jerryi Jackson (13) in Fairfield Friday night Tigers' 84-721oss to the Eagles TheTigers, 10dS on the season, were seheduled to Jerry Griffin put the Eagles on top by to the 67-65 deficit. ~ s concern of the situation centered around the forthcoming pick being sei have closed the season here "Tuesday night against district-leading Crockett. five, 70-65, with a free throw at the 3:46 The Tigers, who were scheduled to mark. After a Jerryl Jackson layup off close the season against district- a 2-0 break and Fred Hill's 10-foot leading Crockett here Tuesday night, Jumper for the Eagles, Carey Jackson fall to 10-18 and I-8 readings with the hit a charity shot to pull the Tigers back loss. Fairfield, who closed at home ferns finish 12-15 four, 72-68, with just over two againstTeague, goes to 20-6 and e-3. minutes to go. Two fourth period turnovers MHS upset bid, 84-72 By BENNY ROGERS break. James Green knocked in a 10- With 5:05 remaining against Fair- footer with :21 to put Fairfield on top, field's Eagles in Fairfield Friday night 84-70. A Jerryl Jackson layup at the the Malakoff Tigers found themselves buzzer end the Malakoff drought and in a position to pull off a stunning upset, accounted for the 84-72 reading Four minutes later the Tigers were Just Although leading throughout the first trying to save face as the Eagles flewthree quarters, the Eagles were never away down-the-stretch for a 12-2 able to shake the Tigers. Each time it scoring edge and an 84-72 victory, looked as though Fairfield would send While Fairfield could do no wrong in the visitors to an early grave Jerryl the final minutes, it was two Tiger Jackson would hit a shot from down- turnovers that triggered the explosion, town or Carey Jackson would work free The Eagles quickly converted the' underneath. miscues into points and used the The Eagles built to two leads of I0 in ..... : ,:. momentum to eventually bury the the first quarter behind the shooting of Tigers. Willie McElroy, who drilled shots from Malakoff's first fatal turnover oc- 1-45. Jerryl Jackson hit one from 17 feet cured with the Tigers trailing by two,and added an eight-footer off a 3-1 67-65, when Carey Jackson stepped to break at the buzzer to pull the Tigers to the charity stripe for a one-and-one within eight, 22-14, after one quarter. situation with 5:05 to go. The 0-foot-3 Tanner helped Jackson in the scoring senior double-pumped the front end midway through the second period, but shot, drawing players into the lane too the Eagles were also getting more early which resulted in a Jump baH. players involved in the scoring and Fairfield controlled the tip and once again opened a 10-point cushion. moved ahead by four points on Tracy The closing minutes of the halt and the Garrett's 20-foot jumper. Turnover opening minutes of the third period number two struck the Tigers on their were vintage Jerryl Jackson. Jackson next trip down. showered the nets from every spot on Jerryl Jackson, who led all scorers the court to pull the Tigers within with 35 points, took a pass from Todd striking distance. ..... : Shelton in the right corner, spotted an The Tigers switched to man-to-man :. opening down the baseline and made defense midway through the third " ' his move to the goal. Before Jackson chapter and began to gain an ad- 'airfield A hlistertn harp inthp FAIRFIELD84-MALAKOFF 7| -- 7 ..... o ~" "" "" -'" MALAKOFF 14 20 22 IS'---72 final two minutes, connecting on su[ of FAmFmLD m 20 I I eight shots. John Tanner managed the MALAXOFF -- Todd Shelten, 1-0-2-2; Jerryl Tiaers' only noise durtno the stretch Jackmo,. Carey Jackson, 7.3-4-17; o .... ., , .. ~ ..... Tarner, 2-2-~6; John Tarmer, 2-4-I~; Marry Wflmm, B run, SlnKlng a palr ot tree tnrows wltn i-2-2-4; Jeff Prentice, 0-0-I~; Mike Riddle, 0~-0~. ..... Y BENNY ROGERS 17AAA action at 3-7. The sophomore- Coleman hit a 17-foot baseline jumper Daughtery added 11 to join Sinunons in 1:45 left. Totals: 30-12-16-72. ,,u, westwood players scored in laden Tigerettes close the season with a two minutes later to slow the Lady double-digits. Marllyn Wilson finished Five different" Eagles lit up the M Iror,rsm" e a.o-x-m;- DerekDeug Dev .,Hartta 2-x4;7 'S']*;Scott WUUe ]bble figures in Palestine last 12-151edger. Panthers for the final time. The Lady withnine, scoreboard, the majority of which mond, t+/-a;rredH , S-2-0; TracyGarrett, e-0-2- night as the Lady Panthers Jolanda Simmons, who led allscorers Panthers went on a streak of 15 Coleman led the Tigerette scoring came within I0 feet. The hosts took Jerry ortmn, James Green, S- 0-XS; a perfect District 17AAAwith 14 markers, and Donna Wilson unanswered points that would not end with 12 points on four field goals and , uere Mack.l.0.1-2. Totals:37-i0dS-84. advantage of Malakoff s scrambling se m nt m'd . Malako/f 10-IS Fairfield 'Patgn with a 71-36 demolition of initiated Westwoed's ft untll early in the second period, four free throws. Rogers and Stone de ensi tact o sy s ots of the m,trtetSecer&:Mmkeff] .Fa ie d . f ve ics f r ea h f ........................ off's Ti . rat oanarter ' off t_gerettes, explosion. Wilson whipped in two 15- Westwood's execution of a full-court finished with eight each .............. Panthers, ranked third in footers and Simmons hit a layup off a 2- zone press buried the Tigerettes. The among taass AAA school by 1 break to give the hosts a quick 6-0 lightning-quick Westwood ferns corn- WmTWOOnn.M umFrm TIGER SEASON STATISTICS ' Polls, conclude district play with a lead. pletely shut down the visitors, forcing MALAKOFF 4 Xl 9--38 (After 28 Games) WESTWOOD 21 ~ 12 I~--71 scn,a.rt and were scheduled to meet Jackie Coleman opened the Malakoff turnovers near midcourt and strolling M,U.sxorr -- MicheUe K rth, X.0 -2; Total Season Field Free Personal runner-up in first round scoring, driving baseline .,aft_er taking in for easylayups. Jack e Coleman, 4-4.0-12; Brenda Hoyt, 0-94- ; Player Points Average Goals Throws Fouls Mamcly Rogers, ~4.,1.~; Vobmda Jackson, 0.~T~.~; isr~ J,cluM (Z$} ........... 561 20.0 20Z 37 51 . yot action, week Westwood an inbeunds pass. Coleman s bucket at Mandy Rogers' two free throws with Dee Ann Holt,Stact Stone, tO -a; LuctUa I,.o a t)rilhant 27-'1 season the 5:14 mark cut the Lady Panther 6:27 to go in the second quarter tem- Johnson, 0-0.1.4}; BridgetteJaekson, 1.0-14. TotalJ: ~rwJs~mon(20) ............ 384 13.7 173 38 10S ' hpet.. _ , lead to four, which was as close as porarily stopped the hosts and x2-t2- 9. Hom, Tsm, r(201 ........... 233 8.3 29 95 ~;lne. " .......... WESTWOOD -- Donna Wfl~on, ~-~,~-12; l~may Todd ShMtem (27} ............ 191 7.0 $3 25 61 narrowed the Lady Panther lead to 19, Deughtery, JoUum SLmnm , 25-6. Once Westwood left their pressure Doris Evans, 2-2-34: Sonys Reeves, 4-4-~12; Marilyn John T|nner (28) ............ 17s 6.3 75 28 78 J FINAL TIGERETTE SEASON STATISTICS ~ taeUcs ~he~Tlgerettes ~'to~t ~tism, ;~3~; ]kaita BrowS?, ~4.7. Zetak: ~.~1. J,ff Pmntir~ (27} ............. 54 2.0 21 12 20 FINAL TIGE?~ftTeTrE2GEaAmS~eN STATISTICS , DanlM Sl|lr (Z2) ....... ,. .... ,~i 1,~ . ~ ....... IX 1~[ the ball to the offensive end and mount smumseeo : Ma me t2- . Wmmood -t. ] p~ Tm[ ~~ Field Free Personal some type of thrust msu~et Iteesrds. ~dakeff S-7. Westwood I0.0. MI~ Ridd~ {Z6) ............. 25 .96 I0 5 I Z ""'l ou sThe Tigerettes were able to shower Mart/ Wilsm {S} .............. Z4 9 ' 6 l0 ..... the nets with shots between Westwood Lo'a'y. j ro'ans close o..s,,m.(,, ............. 0 0.0 0 0 0 ~... 256 9.494 U 89 scoring sprees in the final minute, but Sr~qt $t, novttcl~ I:e) ....... . ..... 0 0.0 0 0 1 not near enough to make any serious . TOTALS 1679 59.9 744 191 459 519 69 dent in the Westwood lead. The Lady w!th 27-25 win; OPPS. TOTALS 1926 68.7 775 276 361 I/, : "" ................ Malakoff's troubles increased in the [Ocill, Johnson 1201........... 7 .35 3 I third quarter as an already foul- Trinidad's Lady Trojans waited until plagued llne-up grew closer to leaving the llth hour, but their losing streak is! ; : z l via five fouls Mlchelie Killingsworth that had reached 12 games finally en- "'*'''" .2 !:i 1 0 i and Yolanda were quickly whistled for ded in Trinidad Friday night in the | .... 0 0.0 0 0 0 their fourth fouls in the opening minute, season finale against Martins Mill. The | .............. 0 0.0 0 0 0 Both players retired to the bench with Lady Trojans won, 27-25. O tLS, n.... 1116 41.3 449 218 537 five fouls two minutes later. , With the victory Coach Bennie King's 1278 47.3 504 270 12 449 Trailing 56-27 as the final chapter ferns end the season with a 6-16 ledger. (Games Played In Parenthesis) (Season Record -15) began, the Tigerettes put together their The Lady Trojans were 1-7 in District best stretch of offense. Two Tigerette 48A play. TIGERETTE CAREER STATISTICS sophomore reserves, Staci Stone and Both teams collected four first-period (2o or More Games) Bridgette Jackson, sparked the stretch, points. Louise Hornbuckle and Tara =,,, Total Career Field Free Personal Stone hammered home four shots from Thorpe provided THS' scoring. Tins ! Points I the baseline and Jackson forced rare Norrell and Grace Meyer reaped Average Goals Throws Fouls |:."~.~mnmn(50) .......... 652 II.0 279 94 117 [ Westwood turnovers with aggressive baskets for the Lady Mustangs, who | ~5151) ........... 343 6.7 133 77 1"I hustle on beth ends. defeated Trinidad, 33-30, earlier in 48A I Marilyn Wilson and Sonya Reevesaction. Mi ............ 5.6 118 50 173 | chMle Killin orth($4} 191 29 58 1 enjoyed Westwood's scoring success Hornbuckle poured in three field Y~ ..... 69 53 I St~'tL-'a~'-'~lzt~ (20} .......... 162 5.7 12 18 SO near the final buzzer, while Coleman goals and a free throw to enable the |D AnnHultt2' ............. 32 IZ S 44 | tossed in a couple of jumpers for the Trojan girls to methodically pull away t lu .... " ......... , ...... 0 Z4 [ Tlgerettes. The Lady Panthers closed in the second quarter. Kristi Jones and [ TO~,Sm0~ (20) ......... ;.=7 .35 3 I 9 [ with six straight markers to punctuate TamS Riley also hit a two-pointer apiece | (Games Pla- e"" - . -. 686 307 763| the 71-36 final reading, to give the hosts a 15-8 lead at hal/time. Y omvarenthesls) Donna Wilson and Sonya Reeves Jones and Riley handled THS' scored 12 points each and Renayscoring in the third chapter, hitting four points each. Martins Mill outscored the Lady Trojans, 9-8, in the quarter, but still trailed, 23-17. Norrell paced a Lady Mustang comeback attempt in the final period with five points. Hornbuckle hit two field goals in the waning minutes to preserve the win. Hornbuckle led all THS scorers with 13 points. Riley and Jones had six each. I Denver Nugget David Thompson wa, the M.V.P. of the 1979 N.B.A. All-,Star game, do you know who was the M.V.P. of the first All-Star gome in |951? 'i M l eo ii n nU :lvs:rtll ll-:hnded:L .nst R?sk threeweeksago, seored lZ points in Zg7r nsPalestine INSIDE FREEDOM-Tiger senior Carey Jaeksou (30)worked free underneath " Ino ow from Falrfield'e'Jerry Griffin (42) for an easy bucket. Tl e Tlgers made a deter. Pi ~I*l*D uotsol tog stl mined bid to upset the Eagles, but two turnovers in the final minutes resulted In a , , Fairfield scgring avalanche and an bl-7 loss. (Sthff photoby Benny Rogers)