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Page 2 - MALAKOFF NEWS - February 20, 1975 .) Tigerettes Go To Regionals If the Malakoff H!gh School Tiger- ettes are believers in numerology, they could consider the figures 4:07 as their lucky number lgst Thursday night. Starting off as cold as the weather outside, the Tigerettes went almost half of the first quarter with racking up their first points in the district title game. Then, with 4:07 left to play in the period, the local lady hoopsters managed to break the ice and get on the Gaining steadily on their opponents from Brownsboro, the Tigerettes pulled even with 5:37 remaining in the the second quarter, and then, with the magic 4:07 again on the scoreboazd clock, they went ahead for the first time in the game, 19-18. They led the rest of the way. Patti Barnett ted the local scoring efforts, with a game high 23 points. Lisa Hughes tossed in 16 points, and Cindy Dawson added 15. Leading scoring for Brownsboro was Tomye PATTI BARNETT drives for the basket during the district title game against Brognsboro last week. Dan Brown, with 18. Both teams concentrated on defense in the relatively low scoring 54-45 game, Effective defensive play on the part of the Tigerettes prevented the Bearettes from running up too large a lead while the Malakoff attack was sputtering, and kept the taller Browns- boro team from mounting a comeback effort later in the contest. Brownsboro was leading, 16-12, at the end of the first quarter, but Malakoff scored 18 points in the second period, while holding their visitors to only eight, to take a 30-24 lead at halftime. The Tigerettes stretched their lead to nine points, 43-34, during the third period, and stalemated the Bearettes comeback attempt in the final session, as each team tallied 11 points. According to one spectator, the bidistrict game between Malakoff and White Oak was a close contest-for the first few seconds, until the Tigerettes scored their first basket, to take a 2-0 lead. From there on. it was a runaway. ABOVE--Battling for a rebound, the Brownsboro guard seems to be giving a victory sign, but the Tigerettes won anyway. RIGHT-Cindy Dawson scores for Malakoff in the bidistrict rout of White, in White House, Tuesday night of this week. Using a second quarter in which they scored 34 points, while holding '!:e oposition to only six, the l'igerettes MALAKOFF GUARDS Meg Green, Mary Nell Barron, and Janiee Barron try to foil a Brownsboro scoring 10 BARGAIN KORNER Opening Special: ALL TYPES, NAME BRAND WOMENS PANT SUITS, SHIRT JACKS, LOUNGING i " e, .  pulled away to a52-14 lead at halftime, attempt. BEHIND BROWN'S GROCERY AT PAYNE For A Wud Selection Of: , Coach (;ar'y Ashlockcleared his bench | during the second half. and played his Dot invites you come by Macrame Supplies  5 starting guards at forward positions, i and vice versa, during much of the final quarter, but the Malakoff distaff Imported Flower Pots i hoopsters still swamped their bidistrict  Today Sfitchery Kits i The Tigerettes jumped off to an 18-8 ' I lead in the first period. Bv the end of A , , the third quarter, the margin was | 7o-ao ...... ;:  ;; lhitti Barnett pumped in49 points I " thi' Tigeretes,"nore"l'tfaff'ouble I dw total of the second highest scorer in ., t  the game. White Oak's Sheri Roden- I berg. Cindy Dawson added a dozen X points for Malakoff, and Lisa Hughes, tmam, o4m, handicapped by* injuries suffered in the Dn*mD. 721  - a - t: : " :: .... :a -- district title game against Brownsboro, PASCHALFUNe -L .HOME We accept ag burial Folkies at face value PHONE 489-15_.00 scored nine. Donna ttughes chipped in with four points for the winners, Mary Barron added two, and Meg Green and Peggy Smith each scored a point. Tuesday night's victory earned a berth in the regional playoffs for the Tigerettes. They will meet Rivercrest ttigh School at 8:30 p.m.. Friday night, February 21, in the North Texas State University coliseum. The other two teams in the regional tournament, Comanche and Joshua. will square off at 7:00 p.m. Friday night. The regional championship game, matching the two winners of the Friday night contests, is scheduled for Satur- day night, at 8:30 p.m. There will be no consolation game Saturday. Winner of the regional tournament will advance to the state playoffs, in Austin the following weekend. Police TANNER MOTOR Open Even/Day Except Thursday -0  Closed At Noon Saturdmy ZlO . J,m-4sg-rz Package Stores Western Package No. 1 Highway85 "and 274 Western Package Gibson Shopping "Two Locations to Serve You" Seven Points, Texas Ten High Bourbon Whiskey 86 Proof 1/5 Blended Canadian Whiskey 86.8 Proof Gal. $10 97 Reg. '13  Report . Old Taylor Anctent Age Malakoff , active f, window   ]Q I 1//5 1 tiresanda i  '4" I '3"" investigation. On Friday, Wilson and Officer Marion Marshall 29 '[ were called to a family disturbance.  Reg 6 R 6 il One man was arrested. Later, a vehicle . eg. $ was stopped for traffic violations. The driver was charged with being drunk in a vehicle, for carrying a prohibited " weapon, for having a defective muffler [1_1 on the car, and for having no drivers (]la license. The passenger was charged with being drunk in public. The officers later invesstigated a car parked beside Highway 31, and rook an Athens man into custody for being drunk in a vehicle. Saturday, the police chief answered a call concerning a family disturbance. No charges were filed. Later, the two Malakoff policemen stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation. Learning that the two persons in the car were suspects in the Caney City incident, they were arrested and turned over to deputy sheriffs. While checking the car, Chief Wilson found a pistol. t, S 86 Proof 7 yrs. old Gal. 9o Proof Cal. // 88 s700s'00 Reg. '13" i [