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PAGE 8 - The Malakoff News. Friday, April 14, 2006 COURTESY PIIOTO The Malakoff Lady Tigers participated in the Tiger Relays last week at Tiger Field. Pictured are Lady Tigers (front, from left) Willow Cole, Haley Jackson, Lakeisha Walker, Anna Stanfield, (middle) Gabby Croekett, Jessica Hinkle, Brittany Dowell, Shauna Sieotte, Ka'Mecla Walker, (back) Olivia Costa, Janice Richardson, Stephanie Wilson and Jerika Sanders. Ti Special to The News that we get some athletes out for 100 m dash/Haley Jackson - 4th The Malakoff Lady Tigers regionals at the district meet." place - 14.09 ran well at the Tiger Relays, High Jump/GabbyCrockett-4'10" 4 x 200 m relay/Ka'Mecia Walker which were held April 6 in -tied for 5th place -1:52.66-3rdplace/ JenkaSand- Triple Jump/Brittany Dowell - ers/Brittany Dowel/ Haley Jack- Ma]akoff. The Lady Tigers 31'11 3/4"-3rd place/LaKeisha son captured third place out of 11 Walker - 30'7" - 5th place/ 400 m dash/Gabby Crockett - teams. Ka'Mecia Walker - 29'9 3/4" - 6th 1:05.31 - 3rd place "We are looking forward to place 200 m dash/Ka'Mecia Walker - district this week and hope Shot Put/Janice Richardson - 2nd place- 27.48 that we continue to strive for 35'1" - 2nd place 4 x 400 m relay/Jessica Hinkle - 4 x 100 m relay/Ka'Mecia Walker 3rd place - 4:42.56/Jerika Sanders/ greatness," said Coach - 3rd place- 52.35/ Jerika Sand- Stephanie Wilson/Gabby Crockett James Neal. "We are peak- ers/Brittany Dowell/ Haley Jack- This report provided courtesy of ing at the right time and hope son Malakoff ISD. Local golf teams place in district tourney From Staff Reports in second in the competition with and 917 respectively. Golf teams from both a total of 934 and will advance The Bobcats golf team in- Malakoff and Cross Roads will to regionals, cludes Cody Knight, Jerrod be advancing to the regional The LadyTigers team is made Rachel, Justin Brown, Carey tournament, of Kassie Hale, Hannah Ricks, Kramer and Michael Garcia. The second round of district Breezy Clement, BrittneyThe regional tournament will goff for boys' and girls' teams Wolfen, Caitlyn Grimes and be played April 24 and 25 in was held Tuesday at the Pin- Adrion Humble. Bullard. The girls will compete nacle Club golf course. The In the boys' competition, the at Peach Tree Golf Course and Cross Roads Lady BobcatsMalakoffTigers scored 729, put- the boys at Oakwood Golf took first, winning the district ting them in second place be- Course. championship with a total of hind Grapeland's score of 702 This year will be the fourth trip 811. and advancing them to in a row to regionals for the Lady First-place medalist for the regionals. Tigers and the first trip for the tournament was Whitney Hous- The Tigers players are Michael Tigers. ton of Cross Roads, withatotal Dosser, Stevie Shultie, Tyler "I am very proud of my of 186. The second-, third- and Trout, FabienVannebo andTay- team's improvement this year fifth-place medalists were lot Tinsley. Justin Henson, and for making the regional Melody Musick, Kassity Ivey Breiland Fox and Eric Perkins tournament," said Coach Don a nd Maggie Lewis respectively, played as medalists. Padgett, who coaches both the All three girls play for the Lady In Tuesday's tourney, third girls' and boys' teams. Bobcats. Also on the Lady Bob- place went to Frankston with Tourney results courtesy of cats' roster is Katie Frentress. 747. Alto and Cross Roads Malakoff and Cross Roads Malakoff's Lady Tigers came came in fifth and sixth with 804 ISDs Lady Bobcats, 11-1 Special to the News the Lady Bobcats in the field all to the challenge, but our de- The Lady Tigers softball team night long. The final score was fense is going to have to step traveled to Cross Roads April 4. 11-1 with Senior Kassie Hale up if they want to win the dis- The Tigers were led by Se- coming in the bottom ofthe 5th trict title and advance deep in niors Holly Perry, Kassie Hale, inning to finish offthe Bobcats. the playoffs," said Coach Matt Shauna Sicotte, and Bryn Boyd. "I'm glad our bats were hot, Wittram. Sophomore Raigen Garrison because our defense was real The Lady Tigers are in a four- pitched a good game and kept shaky. I know the girls are up way tie for first in district. NORTHLAND CABLE v TELEVISION wvrw. northla ndcabletv.com Call to sign up today! Northland Express $19.99 price valid for 60 days. Non-cable service fee waived ~or 60 days Standard Northland Express rate apples after 60 days. New Internet customers only. Speed comparisons b~sed on 28.8K~ops diabup modem. ~nstallation and mc, dern fees not included. Cannot combine more than one discount in e ' Some restrictions may apN}t. Ser~.ce only available in certain areas of Star Harbor. Call for availability or ask to be put on our waiting list. Malakoff Tigers take off during the April 4 district meet. COURTESY PIIOTO Special to The News have liked to in District, the 800m run-Humberto Rivera5th The MalakoffMiddle School team had an exceptional first and Jesus Morales - District Champ(2:37) Tigers competed in the District year winning 3 track meets. 110m hurdles - Brandon 21-AA junior high track meet Results are as follows: Goodwin 5th and Allen Carroll 3rd Tuesday, April 4 at Grapeland. Discus - Mark Little 5th 100m dash - Morrison 5th and Shot Put - Andrew Keheley 5th Shamlin 3rd The 7th grade Tigers totaled 94 and Little 6th 400m dash - Whichter 5th points and placed 4th in the Triple Jump - Josh Crockett 6th 300m hurdles - Jeremy McCoy meet. and Terry Shamlin 5th 5th and Carroll 3rd A disqualification in the 800 High Jump - Shamlin 6th and 200m dash - Dowell 4th and meter relay cost theTigers first Marquise Dowell 4th Little District Champ(27.7) 2400m run - Jakeb Thornberry 1600m run - Thornberry 6th place in the event and 20 points. 3rd and Justus Whichter 2nd 1600m relay - Morales, Andy Although the Tigers did not 400m relay - Shamlin, Dowell, Licea, Carroll, and Whichter 5th finish as high as they would Shane Morrison, and Little 3rd Report courtesy of Malakoff lSD. ers From Staff Reports on the mound was a highlight Coia also scored two each, with The Malakoff Tigers de- of the game. Walker shut out Garrison Leonard and Zac Sims feated Alto Tuesday night, 8-2 Alto for the first seven innings, bringing in the other two runs. The win brings the Tigers to 5- Also of note in Tuesday's This week, the Tigers also 3 in district and continues the game with ahome run by Cody defeated the Kerens Bobcats, team's five-game winningYoungman, who hit two for four 16-6, at Tiger Field. streak, in the game and had one RBI. The Tigers will play Elkhart Brad Walker's performance Matt Brownlow and DaltonApril 21 at home. iiinl !!j! i III II IIInl !!1 [I I II IIIIIIII IIIIIII IIIIII As the sun rises on Easter Sunday may it bring to you a feeling 0fj0y and peace, For God so loved the wor!d, tha! he gave his only beg!tten Son, that whosoever belleveth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life, -John 3:16 First Baptist Church of Malakoff Sunday School Morning Worship 9:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Dr. Ronnie Yarber, Interim Preacher Special Easter Services "More Than Just A Man" rllrrll L/II[I[ Easter Pageant Sunday Evening 6p.m. ,k