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High School's tennis team championship meet held in Athens afternoon. The Lady for the title. will Class A Regional be held in Kilgore Rounsavail, Laurie Jones will represent and Bradley finished after being defeated Connie McKinnerney 1-6, I-6. Jones also place finisher in the to Martins Mill in Bobcat Relays April 16 high schools and 18 are scheduled to corn- Roads' Bobcat ?. underway at 8:30 the coaches' scratch start at finals slated to ).m, begin at 12 noon discus competition. of field event ribbons WUlbe beld at 2 p.m. scheduled to Lyuga, Coolidge, son, Frost, Garrison, lola, Martins Mill, Mildred, Trinidad, Wor- Avalon, Eustace and the flnals, against Martins Mill with wins over The Rotmsavall-Bradley duo advan- Cross Roads (6-2, 5-7, 6-2) and Neches ced to the finals with straight set vie- (6-3, 6-3). tories over Cross Roads and Neches. Louise Hornbuckle also represented The THS twosome defeated Cross Trinidad in the singles competition and Reads, 6-I, 7-5, and bested Neches, 6-2, finished third behind Martins Mill and 7-6. The Nechos doubles team won the teammate Jones. After drawing a first district title last year. round bye, Hornbuckle defeated Jones moved into the final match Neches before bowing to Martins Mill. Bobcats win track meet The Cross Roads Bobcats collected Cross Roads' 400 and 1600-meter 132 points en route to a first place finish relay teams also claimed first place in the Cross Roads Combo Relays held finishes. CRHS was clocked 48.54 in the recently. 400-meters and 3.58:18 in the 1600- The Bobcats claimed five goal medal meters. finishes during the meet. CRHS' finish The Bobcats took second place in two was strengthened by three second of the five field events. DeWayne Lewis places and four thirds, was second in the pole vault and Chris Danny Hughes took first in the 110- Hope was second in the shot put. Tim meter high hurdles with a 17.14, while Hester recorded CRHS' other second in teammate Jeff Tunnell finished first in the II0 high hurdles. the 300-meter intermediate hurdles Tony Pryor was a third place finisher with a 45.54. Harvey Brown won the 400- in the 400-meters as was Hughes in the meters, intermediate hurdles and high jump. t 4 The News, my, Ap 114, lmt--7A .... ~ .... ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ :~ .~ ~ ....... . ~-~ , TOPS IN TENNIS---These three Trinidad High School tennis players qualified for the Class A Regional Tennis Tournament to be held in Kllgore April ~0-21 with their efforts In the District 23A Tennis Meet held in Athens Wednesday afternoon. Plc- tured are: (left to right) Laurie Bradley, Amy Rounsavall and Kristl Jones. Jones finished second in the singles competition behind Martins Mill, while Rounsavall and Bradley teamed up for a second place effort In the doubles competition behind Cross Roads' Lorl Barnett and Connie McKinnerney. As a result of the trio's performance the Lady Trojans won the overall team title. Neches finished second. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) :,~!~,, tracksters . ! good showing ...... t meet == .... HEADED FOR REGIONAL--Trinidad Junior students Louise Hornbuckle and Tami Riley will compete in the Girl's Regional Track meet April 18-22 in Kiigore. Both girls advanced from District competition held recently. Miss Hornbuekle will compete in both shot and discus in her attempt to qualify for the State meet for the third year in a row. Miss Riley will compete in discus. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) TRINIDAD JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TRACKSTERS--recorded several wins in the District Track meet held recently in Palestine. Members of the team, pic- tured, include (front row, i-to-r) Shonda Crocker, Kristi Hubbard, Angle Miller, Kim Stannard and Elesha Bankstun. Back row is Rosemary Arnold, Paula Clark, Shannon Smith, Vannitta Dawson and Coach Tom Holcomb. Not pictured is Shannon Holt. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavali) Junior High School team competed in the meet held recently in good results. Cross itle. the TJHS effort with iump. finishes were recorded (high jump), Kristi Arnold, Clark relay). relay team took third 200-meter dash. 1600-meter relay team Holt, Vanitta Dawson, h claimed fourth in the mile relay team of Bankston and Hubbard were Shonda f Cubs recorded their fir- year in soccer action the CCL Silver goals each for the Cubs Owens and Blaine McGuffey and Ryan Were the outstanding by Evening Park. Roger and coaches. I the Hurricanes, spon- Pharmacy, remained a 4-0 win over Wills are coached by Don Monday - Friday 8:00- 5:30 Saturday 8:00 - 5:00 READY FOR DISTRICT~The Trinidad Junior High School Boy's Track Team will compete in the district meet April 21. Team members acct~mulatod 96 points and a third place overall position in the Kerens Track Meet held last week. Members of the team, pictured above, include (front row, left to right) John Casey, Corey Jenkins, Michael Airheart, Ricky Stanfieid, Jim Thin'pc, Paul Kriner and Chad Rounsavall. Back row is Coach Tom Holcomb, Jeffrey Boggas, Kevln Carter, Bryan Hiler, Kelvin Boggas, Jay Watson, James Stanton and Kelly Hawthorne. Not pictured is Coach Larry Cumby. (Staff photo by Ann Roansavall) I III II I I III I into s stock # P227 2-door hatchback coupe, 1.6 liter engine, d-speed manual trans- mission, AM radio, vinyl interior. 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