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/i/ 6A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 16, 1981 ts. .By Charlie Freeman The Trojan boys' track team par- track meet held in Cross Roads. They ticipated Thursday in their district did a fine job, but the competition was ALL DISTRICT BASKETBALl, players from Cross Roads High School Include Lorl Barnett, Sandra Bevel and Myron Green. (Staff photo by Lorl Callaway) stiff. Kyle Floyd captured third place in the ll0-high hurdles with a time of 17.8. Greg King, with a discus throw of 111'11" took home a fourth place rib- ban. Mark Johnston, who competed in the newest event in U.I.L. track, com- pleted the grueling 3200-meter (2 mile) run in 12:10.3 for a fifth-place finish. Brad Elsom launched his disc 108'111/ ,, for sixth place. All of the boys participating this year have another year to improve. It is very likely that we will see some of these young men at the regional track meet representing the Trojans next year. The boys tennis team competed in their district tennis match held at Navarro Junior College Monday. Jerry Kemp took second place in singles; Brad Eisom placed third in singles; Glen Boyd and Charles Caiman placed first in doubles by defeating the second place Trojan team of Kyle Floyd and Larry Parker. All of the boys' tennis teams will ad- vance to regional competition later this month. This concluded another competitive district season for the Trojans. As we move into finals and the summer, there will be plenty of exciting baseball ac- tion for sports fans to enjoy. AGELESS SKILL HONOLULU lAP) -- Don January surprised a few people at the Hawaiian Open this winter by putting on a fast finish to take second money of $35,000. One of the surprising things about that was his age, 51. The seemingly ageless January as recently as 1976 won the Vardon Trophy with a scoring average of 70.56. January is also eligible for the Senior PGA tour and plays on it. BRENT HII,ER of Trinidad (far right) took second place in Junior high hurdles meet last week. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) I When you buy wisely you can get more styling, more convenience, more depend- ability. Frigidaire. Now more than ever. Keep cold ail ~n, warm air OUt and energy costs down ,, without the bulkiness of fiber insulation! Efficient Frigi-Foam delivers as much protection against cold loss as glass fiber msulalion Iwice as thick. at the ros's Roads hosted district track WHAT A FINISH! PLATTEVILLE, Wis. lAP) -- Followers of the Wisconsin-Platteville football team last fall will never forget the game against Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Platteville fumbled the first four times it got the ball and each time Eau Claire scored. At half-time, Eau Claire led. 33-14. With only 12 minutes left in the fourth rter, Eau Claire still led, 43-22. But gs began to happen. A 55-yard touchdown pass for Platteville and then a five-yarder for another score. A 45- yard punt return for a touchdown by Mike Dalton. That made it 43-all. In quick order, Plattevllle scored a safety and added a touchdown by Ran Schmalz to make it 30 points in a row. Final score: Plat- teville 52, Eau Claire 43. The Soviet Union competed for the first time in the Winter Olympics in 1956 at Cortina D-Ampezzo, Italy. For a stt[nning and smart look, this Fdgidail(, Refrigerate] offers textured sleel doors. ]hey not only look great, they hide fingerprints and scuffing as well Easy to clear], log FPE-17TH Elite w/t Get 100% Frost-Proof convenience with this elegant 17 cubic foot Top Freezer refrigera- tor, Glass shelves, textured steel doors and much more, Accessory Automatic Ice Maker at extra charge. over Frigidaire is introducing 100 new major appliances right nowt Come see for yourselft j N i | 489-1525 m n Malakoff | IIPI~." ...... 2: :1 __ I FqlIbt F.ail, t )~R, ),lIlIq }.lIil~.01il~l I'~ )~ Bricks Cracked? Sills Rotten? 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Seven Points Office (214) 432-2701 Garland Office (2141 271-1581 Quinlan Office (2141 356-3572 ~.~ ~m=mm=,=- -.=.=mm~ - I mm i REGIONAL CONTESTANTS in track from Cross Roads High School will include Valerle Clark in high Jump and Lori Barnett in hurdles and triple jump; Pydi Holmes, Dana Hughes and Connie McKinnerney in mile relay; 880 run. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) Dawson High School totaled 156 points to run away from the crowd in the District 22A track meet held at Cross Roads High School Thursday afternoon. Cayuga finished second with 114 points and Wortham placed third with 73. Dheu -- (1) Sample, Dawson, 134-4; (2) Davis, Wortham, 1304; (3) Green, Cross Roads, 117-7. C~JWmp- (1) Duncan, Cayuga, 5-10; (2) It, Dawson, 5-8; (3) Miller, Dawson, 5-8. Leq Jump-- (1) Shaad, Cayuga, 15-(; (2) Miller, mm~, 19-2; (3) (Tie) Duncan, Cayuga, and Green, Crm~ Roads, 19-1. Pole Vault--(1) Erickson, Wortham, 13; (2)West, Wortham, 10.6; (3) Floyd, Cross Roads 10-6. Shot Put -- (1) Sample, Dawson, 51-11; (2) Roper, THE team c O Mildred, 48-,5; (3) Davis, Cayuga, 42-11. Meter Relay -- (I) Cayuga (ahead, Turner, Duncan, Honey, 45.17; (2) Dawson, 45.48; (3) Oak- wood, 46.51. Meter Ru -- (1) ToileR, Wortham, 11:23.32; (2) Hat-well, Mildred, 11:23.42; (3) Wellman, Mildred, 11:44.04. 110 Meter Hunll~ -- (I) Parks, Dawson, 17.11; (2) Sharp, Caygga, 17.M; (3) Floyd, Trinidad, 17.80. M0 Meter Run-- (I) Palmer, Dawson, 2:12.43; (2) Meador, LaPoynor, 2:12.77; (3) West, Wortham, 2:14.19. ~)~vtsN Meter ~ -- (I) Sbead, Cayuga, 11.93; (2) Dawson, 12.14; (3) Duncan, Cayuga, 12.22. 24100 Meter Drab -- (1) Campbell, Dawson, 53,38; ( ) Carter, Oakwoods, 53.94; (3) Grantham, Mildred, 56.11. 2N Meter Hurdlu -- (1) Jackson, Dawson, 42.35; (2) Joan, WorUuml, 43.62; (3) Sharp, Cayuga, 43.94. Meter Duh -- (1) Shead, Cayuga, 24.12; 1600 Meter Run -- (11 Meador (2) Mettle, Cross Roads, 5:16.47; tham, 5:20.92. 1600 Meter Relay -- (1) Miller, Palmer, Smith) 3:39.78; (3) War]ham, 3:48.59. Te~m Totak -- (First) DawsC(1, Cayuga, 114; (Third) Wortham,7 Mildred, 56; (Fifth) Cr(m8 Roads, 4 ; wood, 34; (Seventh). LaPoynor, Trinidad, 13. Junior High Team Totals -- (Second) 12JPoynor, 87; (Fourth) Dawson, 60; (Fifth Cross Roads, 41; (Seventh) Mildred, 27; (Ninth) Trinidad, 25. By Benny Rogers A& your eyes absorb these lines 24 and ~had King .... at the softball field on the! ' special young men and a large group of The 9-10 boys' quest for the ultimate campus. A tax deductible supporters, numbering around 30 began Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 will boehargedwithall strong, have converged on the Panhan- against the Little]laid regional winner, to the Cystic Fibro die-based cities of Lubbock and probably Denver City. A win in the Registration will Levelland in search of the ultimate Lit- opener would set the stars for a 6 p.m. the first game to be tie Dribbler accomplishment--a contest with either Twin Counties or national championship. Madisonville. A less would set up an To pre-register or for Why has this contingent journeyed 8:30 tilt with the Twin Counties- mationcallLanaPerkinsat4 some 427 miles to the northwest?Madisonvilleloser. Pit That's an easy one. The 1981 Little The major leaguers opened the tour- After a through tune-up Dribbler National Tournament got un- ney Wednesday night against Meade, crystal ball and watching derway yesterday (Wednesday) and for Kansas. Depending on the outcome of leaguers during the opening the first time in its history the local that one the All Stars would play Thur- 1981 campaign I feel league has two teams participating, sday at 4:45, with a win, or 8:30, with a ever be to pick the divisional The 9-10 boys, who captured the loss. Either Crockett or Breckenridge the American regional championship here two weeks would provide the opposition. In the AL East I'll go ago, carry the local banner in the While at the national event theteam money can buy American Junior Division. The 11-12 Malakoff contingent will stay in Lub- Bronx Bombers, the leaguers, also regional winners,bock, 25 miles east of Levelland. The 9- Yankees, as the favorites.' represent this area in the American I0 boys and their fans are stationed at in the AL West is do I select v Major Division. the Holiday Inn (806-745-2208) and the think will win or for the The road to the national meet for the 11-12 leaguers and followers are based year take the Texas major divisioners was made longer this at the South Park Inn (806-797-3241). with tradition, I'll take year by an unprecendented bi-regional The All Stars' national tournament reserve the right to plac mlni-series with Region III winner, results can be Obtained daily by calling the Kansas City Buffalo. The playoff series was The News office (489-05311 during SoxandOaklandA's. necessary to eliminate a team so there regular business hours. The races in the NL would be an even amount of participan- SOFTBALL NOTES toughest and most exciting ts at the National tourney. Two of Malakoff's softball teams, the baseball history. In the Whether or not either team captures All Stars and Jays, garnered trophies in going against the ex the national title, the 24 youngsters their first tournament appearances of defending champion conning all star uniforms will have ear- 1981. Both teams won the placing tokens Phillies and taking ned a special place in Little Dribbler in the Kemp tournament Saturday. The NL West outcome is s history, both lecallyandnationally. The The All Stars walked away with guess on. I dislike the talented group will also have experien- second place honors after losing to For- with a passion, support cad something only a handful of kiddos hey in the championship affair. The Cincinnati year after get the chance to. Jays, third place finishers, were care less what the The names of the members of defeated 5-2 by the All Stars in the semi- do. Something tells me Malakoff's only national championship finals of the loser's bracket. Astros, according I'll squad still easily roll off the tounge. See The Trinidad Little League Dodgers the favorite. how many of these youngsters you're Association tournament originally Honestly, I feel like able to remember off the 1979 Junior scheduled for the last weekend in April guessed three of the four Division champs: Greg Ashiock, Mike has been shoved back a few weeks. The winners. But how Hoyt, Grady Baker, Paul Loper, Billy date for the tourney has tentatively going to remember who Hughes, Seen Stenovitch, Donniebeen set for May14-16. season comes to an end in rni Hodge, Mike Lowery, Kipp Mc- A special mixed teams softball tour- or should I say five weeks Sweeney, Anthony Arthus, Jeff Teague nament will be held Saturday, April 18 football season? For the second consecutive year, the game on Nov. 26. probably will be televised Dallas Cowboys, seeking to extend a The Cowboys face a host of outstan- the nation as part league record, will open their regular- ding running backs in 1981. In addition doubleheaders. season schedule on the road against to Chicago's Payton, the Cowboys will Dallas will be NFC East rival the Washington Red- be tested by Philadelphia's Wiibert consecutive winning skins. Montgomery; St. Louis' Ottis Ander- trip to the playoffs since Last year the Cowboys won their 16th son; New England's Vagas Ferguson; straight season opener, a league San Francisco's Earl Cooper; WendeIlSHILLELAGH record, by upsetting the Redskins 17-3 Tyler and Cullen Bryant of Los SOUTHBEND, Ind. in a nationally televised Monday night Angeles; Delvin Williams of Miami; lelagh -- a short, heavy contest at RFK Stadium. The Cowboys Joe Cribbs of Buffalo; Billy Sims of trophy that goes to the open their 1981 season at Washington on Detroit; and Curtis Dickey of Notre Dame-Purdue Sunday, Sept. 6. Baltimore. each year. Other highlights of the Cowboys' 1981 The Cowboys' home opener is Sun- It was donated schedule, released Tuesday by the day, Sept. 13, against the St. Louis Car- McLaughiin, a National Football League, include a dinals. Dallas closes the regular-season enthusiastic Notre Dame pair of games against NFC champion on the road against the New York Gian- Philadelphia (at Philadelphia Nov. 1 tsonDec. 19. Each year, following and at Texas Stadium on Dec. 13), Besides home-and-sway games between the Irish and nationally televised Monday night against NFC East foes Philadelphia, makers, a miniature games at AFC power New England on Washington, St. Louis and the New the winning Sept. 21 and at Texas Stadium against York Giants, the Cowboys play non- score is attached to the AFC East champion Buffalo on Nov. 9, division NFC opponents San Francisco, stand. After 24 games, the and a nationally televised Sunday night Los Angeles, Detroit and Chicago, plus victories for Notre Dame contest at Texas Stadium against AFCEast teams New England, Miami, Purdue. traditional NFC rival Los Angeles. Buffalo and Baltimore. Walter Payton and the Chicago Bears Five of the Cowboys' 1981 regular- The Boston Red Sex will be at Texas Stadium for the season games are firmly scheduled for Pittsburgh Pirates in the Cowboys' annual Thanksgiving Day national television and eight others Series inl903.