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!, Page Six THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, February 26, 1965 The Trinidad Girls Basketball Team Top row, left to right: Marsha McGee, Ja- nice Wheatley, Kay Tulles, Sally Pullen, Coach Todd, Betty Sharp, Janice Collins, Cathy Jock, Mary Nell French, Janet Hipp. Girls Complete Basketball Season The Trinidad girls basketball team has won five games. The girls have beaten Hubbard, Cran- dal, Kemp, Eustace, and Chandler. At the Trinidad Tournament held last month, two of the Tro- jans made the All-Tournament team. The two were Linda Story and Linda Yates. Fourteen girls participate in the basketball events, with Janet Hipp serving as manager. Starter forwards include. Linda Story, Linda Sharp, and Paula Peebles- Guards who are on the starter string are Linda Yates, Suzy Wheatley, and Vicki Gage. The Trojans will lose three of their starters this spring. Paula Peebles, Linda Yates and Suzy Wheatley are the Seniors. How- i ever, about six girls from the Jun- ior High basketball team will graduate and witl enter as Fresh- men in the fall. The strongest position next year will be the forwards, since two of he Seniors are guards, {Janet Hipp has been ineligible all year due to transferring from Black- well. Janet plays forward and, according to Coach William H. Todd, she should be quite a help in team play. TRINIDAD GIRLS SCORE BOARD Malakoff, Texas Bottom row, left to right: Vicki Gage, Su- sie Wheatley, Linda Story, Linda Yates, Paula Peebles, Linda Sharp. Trinidad Teams Win Season's Last Game The Trinidad Basketball teams one game. Paul Rayfield made 22, won both the girls and boys games Mike Mitchtm had 20, Doug Jor- I dan and Sam Jock each made 10, with t~nanaler corouna oul;1;nelr m ~lrerry rmmmg shot 9, and Lee season of play. The girts oeac Nowlin put in 2. Chandler by a score of 45 to 37, The boys have won six and lost while the boys won by a score of i six in District Play. 73 to 44. The girls have won five The Chandler girls were lead- School Oakwood Malakoff Kevens games all season and the boys have won thirteen, six in District play. The girls trailed Chandler in the first quarter by a score of 7 to 11. But they got real hot in the second and scored 16 points while Chandler made only 4. This quar- ter won the game for the Trojans. The score at half time read 23 to 15, and Trinidad stayed ahead the remainder of the game. Linda Story made the most points with 28. Paula Peebles scored 5, and Marsha McGee made 12. The Trinidad boys out-scored Chandler in every quarter with the first ending 13 to 12. The boys scored 26 in the second quarteri which put them ahead so that Chandler never came close to~ catching up. This is the first time that the boys have scored over 60 points in Malakoff Sports By COACH DON CROOK TRACK MEET AT ENNIS A track meet will be held at En- his this Saturday. Tony Ferrell is entered in the 880, Gary Lewis in~ the cow hurdles, Rick Smith, high hurdles, Jim Bankston in shot and discus, Charles Dukes, mile and Phil Graham in pole vault. These boys all lettered in track last year. ing the District but after their loss to Trinidad, there is a three- ~way tie. 2nd third quarter and stayed that way until the end of the game. 3Iakinff points were Perkins, 3; Ferrell, i 22; Smith, 2: Monroe. 2; Denman, ! 11; and Womack. 3. Saturday morning the Malakoff boys played Ben Wheeler and won by a score of 51 to 27. Malakoff Shurfine The Malakoff Junior*High boysI basketball team won the second i place trophy in the Cayuga Tourn- ament last" " : weekend. Malakoff played Cross Roads ont Friday and won by a score of 43 to 26. At the end of the first quar- ter the score read 12 to 4. The half-time was real close with 16 to 15 in favor of Malakoff. Malakoff got way ahead in the Score Averages Shurfine Frozen Foods The Malakoff High School boys have just completed their season in basket ball. The following is a summery for the team. Name Pts. Dist.Pts. Season Clay 134 360 Sanderford 152 329 Ferrell 115 300 Smith 31 110 Lewis 37 98 Monroe 27 60 Bankston 7 10 Clark 0 2 Shurfrost Chicken or Turkey Clay was highest in number of shots made with 148. Sanderford led in free throws made with 68. tie also led in rebounds with 210. His shooting percentage was best, making 57 percent. Ferrell was highest in number of steals with 96. "B" TEAM Points were made by the fol- lowing boys: Jerry Rainwater, 111; Phil Gra- ham, 94; Ron Clark, 56; Mike Rainwater, 46; Charles Dukes, 41; Jim Bankston, 38; Richard Mon- roe, 16; Jerry Waller, 7; Carl Be- cell, 0; Bob Lewis, 0. JUNIOR HIGH Mark Ferrell, 284; Darrell Den- man, 114; D~I~ Perkins, 109; Ken Smith, 81; Mike Womack, 60; Ran- dy Monroe, 34; Mack Shumate, 4; Keith Hearn, 4. 1 Lb. Box Shurfresh Shurfine Shurfine Mixed Shurfine Rodeo Time in Houston Virtually every top cowboy in professional rodeo competition will be on hand when Houston's anmml livestock show and rodeo ~ets unde~-ay on Wednesday. February 24 through Sunday, March 7. Purse money offered in cot- test events is 847.630 this year. Added to this are estimated en- try fees totalling 828.000 for an estimated total of 875,630. 1964's prize money payoff hit 869,230. Stew Lb. I Shurfine SEVEN Cans for III I II In 1964, the lien's share of the led in the first quarter by a score! of 10 to 9, The teams played even cowboy loot went to Ronnye Se- ball in the second quarter scorinz' walt of Chico, Texas. a 23 ?-eat" 5 and 4 points. Malakoff caught fire in the third, nmking 16 points and added another 20 points in the last quar- ter. Perkins made 4, Ferrell, 21; Smith, 5; Denman, 10; Wonmck, 5; York, 2; and Almond, 2. The Junior-High boys played Cayuga for first place in the Tournament on Saturday night. Cayuga came on too strong in the first quarter by scoring 26 while Malakoff made only 12. Malakoff never did catch up; the score at half-time read 32 to 14. The final tally was 44 to 66. Nearly the whole Malakoff team fouled out. 29 fouls were called on them, setting a new record. Boys making points in this game included: Ferrell, 13; Denman, 16; Perkins, 5; Monroe, 5; Smith, 2; and Womack, 3. The Malakoff Junior High boys rounded out their season of bas- ketball with this Tournament. The News would like to congratulate them on placing another trophy in their show-case. CROSS COUNTRY MEET Roxey A Cross Country meet will be held Tuesday, March 2, at Mala- koff. A two mile race will start two miles north of town and finish in front of Phillips Grocery. Thirty-seven teams have been in- vited. SHURFINE Kemp Hubbard Eustace Scurry-Rosser We They 28 70 38 52 38 45 34 37 30 32 50 30 22 34 37 34 32 55 2t~ 56 25 46 27 4~ 22 5.3 12 5- :I4 35 29 ,!7 27 54 28 40 35 37 45 37 Chandler Mabank Eustace Canton Brownsboro Kemp i Crandall Scurry-Rouser Mabank Eustace Chandler BAND CLUB MEETING ON MONDAY NIGHT i Don Chambers, Band Club Presi- dent, has announcend that all members are urged to attend an important business meeting at the Hi~.h School on Monttay night, March 1, at 7:00 o'clock. A campaign for selling candy will beg:.n on Tuesday, March 2. The candy, "World's Finest Choco- late," has arrived and needs to be "distributed to band club members. The candy will sell for fifty cents a bar. Any Band Club mem- ber will have a supply to sell. We Sell Only First Quality Building Supplies and Hardware Needs At The Lowest Prices Possible. 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