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6A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 9, 1981 TRINIDAD'S TAMi RILEY captured the District 22A discus title with this toss of 100'11 n~. The district meet was held in Trinidad last Thursday afternoon. Riley's first place effort earns her the right to compete in the regional meet at Kilgore April 24-25. (Staff photo by "Ann Rounsavali) The Trinidad Trojans hosted the girls' District 22A high school and junior high track meet Thursday. Eleven teams participated in the , event. Two Trojans walked away with gold medals in their field events. Louise Hornbuckle threw the four kilo shot + Volleyball,team plays in Athens By CHARLIE FREEMAN The YMCA volleyball season is now championship on April 22 in Kilgore. underway. A team from Trinidad isThe boys' track team participated in playing. The eight team members are: the annual Trinity River Relays in Kathy Kelley, Terry Hawkins, Mary Kerens. The boys ran well, but they met Warren, Lynetta Cole, Stacy stiff competition. Dunacusky, Donna Renteria, Tori Wat- The boys' district track meet will be son, and Teressa Boyd. Tony Sims of held Thursday in Cross Reads. The Athens is their coach. They play on boys' tennis team was at Navarre Tuesday nights at the Athens Junior Junior .College Monday competing in High gym. their district tennis tournament. AT THE rts on a By Benny Rogers When the roll is called at the 1981 Lit- organized in 1972. The trips have been tie Dribbler National Tournament next split as the girls have qualified twice week in Levelland the local program and the boys twice. will have ope and in all likelihood two The girls' trips were in 1974 and '79 teams answer. , when the 11-12 leaguers earned the Both the 9-10 and 11-12 boys captured right. The '74 team was coached by Rex first place finishes in the regional tour- King, while Joyce Baker and Lori nament held here last weekend with Rogers headed the '79 squad. While wins over Quitman. For the local junior failing to place on both tries, the girls division entry it's on to the national displayed the continuous success of the tourney, but the major divisioners still local program. have one more assignment before their The boys program, which along with ticket is purchased, the one in Denver City is considered the For the 11-12 stars to trek to the best in the state according to Little national meet for the third consecutive Dribbler President Harold Plelan, ac- year they must defeat the Region Ill complished the ultimate--a national winner--Buffalo--in a three game championship--in its first national series. The first tilt in the bi-regional tourney appearance two years ago in series was played Tuesday night in Bur- the junior division. Gary Ashlock and falo. The second game is set for 2 p.m. Dee Hoyt coached the championship- Saturday in Tiger Gymnasium. Should gaining unit. a third and decisive game become Last year Hoyt and myself carried necessary it will be played here at 8 the boys to the tournament as major p.m, Saturday. divisioners and nailed down the fourth Odds are the 11-12 boys will take the place spot. Eight of this year's 12 All mini-series and give Malakoff its first Stars played on one or both of those two team national tournament entry, successful teams. Buffalo advanced into the series via a Team members bidding for the third four.point win over Fairfield in Fair- straight trip are Grog Ashlock, Paul field last weekend. The local All Stars Loper, Billy Hughes, Grady Baker, defeated Fairfield 38-26 in a warmup Mike Hoyt, Seen Stenovitch, Donnie game here two weeks ago. Hedge and Mike Lowery. Newcomers While the 11-12 years olds' possible to the unit are Willie Smith, Clyde trip to the prestigons meet has beenan- Dowell, Seen McKean and Andy ticipated since the current season Thomas. began, the 9-10 boys' berth in the tour- The team (and hopefully teams) are ney is a pleasant surprise. There was no tentatively scheduled to leave for the doubt about the team's talent, merely Panhandle Tuesday morning. While out whether or not the talent could be west the Malakoff contingent will be assembled intoa team unit. staying in Lubbock, 25 miles east of The unifying task fell into the hands Levelland. The 9-10 boys first game is of coaches John Beasley and Chip set for Wednesday at 6 p.m. Should the Souza. Beasley, a former Texas A&M 11-12 boys also qualify for the trip their 36'10J~". Tami Riley had a 100'111~'' and Dallas Chapparal, of the old ABA, first game would also be on Wednesday. star, and Souza, our ace basketballYOUR iiELP NEEDED AGAIN winning discus throw. These girls will be representing the writer, handled the chore with golden League President Dee Hoyt has Trojans at the regional meet on April gloves and deserve a lot of the credit, asked me toexpressa big "thank you" 24-25 in Kilgore. The coaching duo "implemented aon behalf of the local program for the Lori Tidmore and Michelle Fugate sound offensive plan and spent the help and support of area businesses and captured the District 22A tennis double majority of the time proceeding the citizens during the regular season and crown Tuesday at Navarre Junior regional tourney working on defensive the just completed regional tourney. College. The girls defeated Cross Roads maneuvers.. The use of this corn- Without your generous help the success in the finals of the tournament with a 6- bination in fine fashion is the main of the dribblers would be impossible. 2, 3-6, and 6-3 game count. The girls will reason behind Levelland being the next Hoyt also wanted to make a request be looking for the regional doubles stop on the All Stars' schedule, for the program's kind supporters to Members of the 9-10 team are Eric come to the aid once again and help Trimble, Eric Clendenning, Guy in the funding of the AllStars' trips out Monroe, Steven Gregory, Marcus Her- west. With the possibility of two teams nbuckle, Marcus Dowe]l, Brad Taylor. making the trip more funds than ever Rediley Slaton, Bart Beasley, Chris before areneeded. Ivey, Frank Pattison and Mark Trice. If you wish to aid the dribblers please When this year's tourney cerumen- contact Mike Hedge, Hoyt or me. The ces, i the local program will not be Little Dribbler program is almost idea- strangers to the festivities as it has tical to the United Way program- been represented on four different oc- "Thanks to you it works." SOFTBAIJ, CHATTER casi0ns since the local league was All three ofMalakoff'ssoftballteams Malakoff Ph. 489.0620 Hwy, 31 Malakoff UP TO 924.00 ALL THIS PLUS A PRICE AND TRADE YOU CANNOT TURN DOWN! Come see Sam Jock, Dortha Brownlow, Earl Smith, and Lester Simmons. are scheduled to be in action as the second weekend of tournaments ap- proaches. ~'~: The Jays and All Stars are set io compete in the tourney to be held in Kemp this Friday and Saturday, while the Rebels are tentatively scheduled to play in the Shiloh Terrace tour- nament to be held in Belch Springs. Area fans are reminded that the Trinidad Little League Association tournament is set for the final weekend in April. The tourney is being held to raise funds for the upcoming Little League season. / MARK KELLEY of Trinidad caught a 40rib. catfish Sunday morning while fishing with his father-in-law, Gary Airheart. He caught it up under the lip with a Zebco rod and reel. He said that if he had not kept a tight line he would never have pulled it in. (Courtesy photo) "Short supper; long life." Serbian Proverb DANA HUGHES of Cross Roads was the first contestant to cross the i the 800-meter run at the Distrlct22A girls track meet held in sday. Hughes took the gold medal with a 2:52.40 time and will regional track meet. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) MICHELLE FUGATE AND LORi TIDMORE of Trinidad High Sch the District 22A girls doubles title last week. The district Corsicana and with the first place finish the duo will journey regional tournament. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) Its of 1 TRACK 28.49; Sue Walker, Coolidge, 29.36. 100'11~/~"; Angela 400-meter relay: Cayuga, 53.09;1600-meter run: Rhonda Looney, 97'71 "; Donna Chamber Mildred, 54.04; Coolidge,54.59.Wortham, 6:19.72; Cheri Butler, Wor- 91'0". 3200-meter run: Rhonda Looney, them, 6:23.60; Sandra Jollisant, CrossPOIN? Wortham, 13:45.69; Sheri Butler, Wor- Roads, 8:43.83. Wortham ................... them, 13:54.48; Loretta Benson, Oak- 1600-meter relay: Cross Roads, CrossRoads ............. wood, 15:43.63. 4:50.25; Oakwood, 4:55.56; Coolidge, Oakwood .................. ,~ 100-meter hurdles: Sharon Kirvin,4:58.17. Cayuga ..................... i Coolidge, 17.29; Lori Barnett, Cross FIELD Coolidge .................. 'i' Roads, 17.84; Ruby Fleming, Wortham, Triple jump: Sharonette Kirvins, 17.65. Coolidge, 32'4"; Lori Barnett, Cross .I " 0 meter run: Dana Hushes, Cross Reads, Connie McKinnerney, xeep salt ant. Roads, 2:52.40; Cindy Vaughn, Mildred, Cross Roads, 32'2". 2:53.72; Connie McKinnerney, Cross Running high jump: Valerie Clark, from infant's Roads, 2:58.47. Cross Roads, 4'6"; Darlene Hubbard, 100-meter dash: Jeanette Jenkins, Cayuga, 4'4"; Karen Spencer, Don't add salt or Cayuga, 12.89; Donna Chambers, Wor- .LaPoynor. fant's baby foods, ssJ tham, 12.90; Vicki Burrow, Oakwood, 4-kilo shot put: Louise Hornbuckle, Sweeten, a foods 13.14. Trinidad, 56'10"; Donna Chambers, specialist. 800-meter relay: Wortham, 1:54.88; Wortham, 33'2"; Angela Mathews," These foodscontain Cayuga, 1:56.37; Dawson, 2:02.27. Oakwood, 32'5". sugar without adding 400-meter dash: Sarah Turner, Long jump: Jeanette Jenkins, sheadds. Mildred, 65.55; Betty Butcher, Wor- Cayuga, 17'I"; Patti Hanks, LaPoynor, Mrs. Sweeten is on tham, 67.16; Barbara Ferrel, Coolidge, 16'10%"; Elaine Busby, Wortham,economics staff of 73.18. 15'10". Agricultural Extension 0-meter dash: Vicki Burrow, Oak- Discus throw: Tami Riley, Trinidad, Texas A&M University wood, 28.37; Rhonda Toland, Mildred, Serving the * , Cedar Creek LakeMALAKOFF , area. , )I- )t Corner of Terry & Mitcham 489.1055 It's your return that counts! Support March of Dimes THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PU6kls Malakoff Insurance Agency , Life , Home , Bonds , Auto Now representing American Life and Medicare Supplement 226 N. Terry JERRY GARRISON