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SA--Tlm Malakofl News, Thursday, March 1981 l FIELD EVENTS Boys discus -- West, Kerens, 128-5; King, Trinidad, 119-2; Perry, Cayuga, 112.21/~. Girls discus -- Bednar, Eustace, 102- 10; Fortner, Eustace, I00-71 ; Mc- Conathy, Eustace, 99-2 Pole vault -- Rogers, Fruitvale, 12-6; Shaffner, Eustace, 10-6; Floyd, Cross Roads, 106. Boys high jump -- Night, TK. Gor- man, 6-2; Maloney, T.K, Gorman, 5-10; Prachyl, St. John, 5-10. Glrls high jump --Krajca, St. John. 4-11; Lockhart, Kerens, 4-10; Beasley, Eustace, 4-6. Boys long jump -- Wasson, Kerens, 21-91/2; Tolliver, Kerens, 21-5; Kasowski, St. John, 20-81~. Girls long jump -- Dixon, Eustace, 16-21~; Jenkins, Cayuga, 16-21/4; Washington, Kerens, 16-0. Triple jump -- Johnson, Palmer, 33- 4~/~; Krajca, St. John, 32-101&; Washington, Kerens, 32-8. Boys Shot put -- Roper, Mildred, 45- 101/4; West, Kerens, 44-2; Davis, Cayuga, 42-5. Girls shot put - Hornbuckle, Trinidad, 35-43/4; Ransom, Italy, 35-I; Reese, Italy, 31-I~. RUNNING EVENTS Boys 400-meter relay -- Kerens, 44:94; Cayuga, 47:79; Mildred, 48:01 Girls 400-meter relay -- Kerens, 53:40; Italy, 53:68; Cayuga, 54:37. Boys 3200-meter run -- BluRt, Kerens, 10.52:46; Carney, T.K. Gor- man, 11,21:99; Moore, Eustace, 11.41:85. Girls 3200-meter run -- Nabors, Eusatce, 14.46:29; Jollisant, Cross Roads, 15.04:50; Adams, Scurry Rosser, 16.22:34. Girls 100-meter hurdles -- Dixon, Eustace, 16.84; Carter, Italy, 1685; Records were falling on the track and in the field Saturday as Trinidad hosted their anpual Trojan Relays. Fourteen girls tedms and ten boys teams par- ticipated Kerens ran away with the TbO' team trophy with 244 total points. Gorman took the second place trophy. In the girls' division, Eustace took the first place trophy and Kerens took second. New records for the Trojan Relays include four new boys records written by Kerens. Kerens' Tolliver turned in a time of 15.21 in the 110m high hurdles breaking the old 16.27 time by over a second. Colbert dropped the 1144 record in the 100m dash to 11.15. Wasson added two more entries in the Trojan record books as Wasson broke both the long jump and 300m inter- mediate hurdles records. The new long jump record stands over a foot longer than it did-from 20'9" to The 300m intermediate hurdle record now stands at 40.98. Rogers of Fruitvale in- creased the pole vault record from 11'6" to 12'6". The girls also took their share of the ay resu Pratt, Eustace, 18.02. Boys ll0-meter high hurdles -- Tolliver, Kerens, 15.21; Marinez, T.K. Gorman, 16.25; Kelly, Kerens, 16.86. Boys 800-meter dash -- Martin .... Kerens, 2:12.38; Reeve, Eustace, 2:14.21; Lindsey, Kerens, 2:14.99. .... Girls 800-meter dash -- Dixon, Eustace, 2:48.76; Vaughan, Mildred, 2:52.84; Hughes, Cross Roads, 2:54.30. Boys 100-meter dash -- Colbert, Kerens, 11:15; Jackson, Kerens, 11:17; Turner, Cayuga, 11:70, Girls 100-meter dash -- Jenkins, Cayuga, 12:48; Ponder, Kerens, 13:27; Chancey, Mildred, 13:30. Girls 800-meter relay -- Kerens, 1:54.51; Italy, 1:58.29; Eustace 1:58.97. Boys 400-meter dash -- Tolliver, Kerens, 54:26; Bryant, Kerens, 54:40; Rook, T.K. Gorman, 55:40. Girls 400-meter dash -- Turner, ~ ..... Mildred, 68:28; Sanders, Kerens, 69:53; Smithey, Italy, 70:00. Boys 300-intermediate hurdles -- Wasson, Kerens, 40:98; Marinez, T.K. Gorman, 42:50; Kelly, Kerens, 43:48 ..... Boys 200-meter dash -- Holmes, Kerens, 23:01; Colbert, Kerens, 23:22; Jackson, Kerens, 23:52. Girls 200-meter dash -- Bednar, Eustace, 26:92; Toland, Mildred, 29:01; Hall, Kerens, 29:48. Boys 1600-meter run -- BluRt, Kerens, 4:53.26; Carney, TK. Gorman, 5: 10.48; Martin, Kerens, 5:17.46. Girls 1600-meter run -- Cook, T.K. Gorman, 6:37.11; Nabors, Eustace, 6:42.85; Whitehurst, Scurry Rosser, 6:50.99. Girls 1600-meter relay -- Kerens, 4:36.76; Leon Varsity, 4:49.85; Cross Roads, 4: 57.04. Boys 1600-meter relay -- Kerens, 3:36.36; Eustace, 3:53.74; Cross Roads, 4:00.49. By Charlie Freeman r~ord breaking. Trinidad's own Louise Hornbuckle broke the old record of 34'31/z'' in the shot with a throw of 35'4a4''. Cayuga's Jenkins burned the old 13.35 record in the 100m dash tur- ning in a time of 12:46. Dixon of Eustace lowered the 16.67 record in the 100m hurdles to 16.48. In the girls' competition, Trinidad had two girls pJace. Louise Hornbuckle had a great day for the Trojans. She took home a first place medal in the shot, a fourth place ribbon in the 100m hurdles, and a sixth in the discus throw. Tami Riley placed fourth in the discus throw. The Trojan boys also had two athletes place. Grog King took a second place medal in the discus throw. Mark John- ston placed fourth in the 200m dash. Trinidad's tloys team will participate in the Cross Roads track meet next Saturday. The girls will be off next weekend. Trinidad will host a junior high meet Friday afternoon. There will be ap- proximately seven teams present. Rib- bons will be awarded. l 6F~', l q II ::'~ :::4:1:: i * KRISTIE CREECII of Cross Roads finessed her way over the high jump bar in the junior high track meet held in Cross Roads last Friday afternoon. {i Photo by Ann Rounsavall) .aces seven By BENNY ROGERS PALESTINE -- Malakoff High School basketball players claimed seven spots, including three first team selections, on the District 18AAA boys and girls honor teams here Wednesday afternoon in the district's coaches meeting. Juniors Russell Tarver and Richard Blair garnered positions on the boys' team, while senior Jessie Barron was the lone Tigerette to gain first team status Lisa Woolverton, Marilyn Davis, Karen Jackson and Julie Sneed made the honorable mention list. "Carver, a 5-foot-10 wing, and Blair, a 6-foot-2 post, combined for almost a 35- point average in 18AAA play. Tarver posted a 16.1 average in loop play while Blair averaged 18.5. The Tigers' dynamic duo were the top two scorers for Coach Willie Wilson's crew during their 16-13 season. Tarver, Malakoff's all-time leading scorer with ~27 points and last year's "Sophomore of the Year" in 13AA, poured in 527 tallies this season on 225 field goals and 77 free throws. Blair, in his debut season on the superlative team, racked up 388 points on 176 field goals and 36 [ree throws. Barron, the most consistent player during the Tigerettes' 13-14 season, was the second leading scorer with 240 markers on 111 two-pointers and 16 charity tosses. The 5-foot-3 point guard served as the key in Coach Terry Ticknor's offense and pressing defense. The Tigerettes' other starters very deservingly making the honorable team posted impressive credentials. Davis gained top scoring honors with 368 points followed by 180, Jackson with 157 and 154. Leading the boys' first, district champion Fairfield s~ Griffin The 6-foot-3 senior as the district's Most with his 20.4 average in Other first team honorees Jackson, Teague; Steve field; Jerald Clark, Graylin Crawford, Westwood. Gaining first team status on team were: Donna Brown and Renay Westwood; Lindy Ocker, Keaton, Cynthia Garrett Titus, all of Fairfield; and Veronica Wheeler, 1981 Little standings TEAM 9-10 Girls Citizens State Bank ..... Mattingly Ranch ............. 9-10 Boys Sunny Glenn Resort ......... , Athens Muffler Shop ........ ,~ Athens Cleaners & Laundry.. T-Shirt Hut .................. 11-12 Girls Old West Steakhouse.. Lakeside Beauty ............. 11-12 Boys Gregory Tire Co .......... < McKean Marine .............. ~ The Malakoff News ........... Texas Clay ................. *Does not include 13-13 tie Last Week's of additional changes place before a system reacheS or equilibrium, she adds. 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