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6A--The Malakoff News, They, Apdl 2.1, 121 PROUDLY WEARING their letter Jackets received last week are (l-to-r) Joe Campana, Kyle Kilman and Todd Monroe. The trio along with several other teammates donned the new Jackets despite the summer like temperatures. (Staff photo by Lorl Callaway) "ps A 202 llwv. 31 E. 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 l).n,. Malakoff THE The local Little Dribbler program continued to make headlines on the national scene in the 1981 national tour- nament in Levelland last week. The II- 12 boys captured the national crown, while the 9-10 knotted a third place finish. The success garnered by the two local representatives at the national meet marks the most successful year the local league has experienced. Before this year's high finishes the last two seasons, a national title in 1979 and a fourth place in 1980, were the brightest moments. Regardless of what the future holds for the 24 special youngsters that represented Malakoff, the five days spent out west last week may be the most significant of their lives. Forget the fact they were successful in their ef- forts, because these youngsters gained more than winning a few games. And if all you educators out there will excuse me, the kids probably learned more .% during the trip than if they would have r~YL l ~J HT , had they been in school. $p, VIN.05 TIME x wish all of you could have been there to share in these super kiddos' ex- BFOIN$... periences. The pride, determination and total team unity displayed by both April 26 Get plenty of organized storage space for all kinds of fooo w,th this 17.0 cu rz Frigidaire Refrigerator-Freezer. ,189-1529 • Forget the mess and time con- suming bother of defrosting, This refrigerator-freezer ,s 100% Frost-Proof! • Ehm,nate the nu,sance of filling and sp,lling ice trays with an Automatic Ice Maker Available at extra charge • Keep most top-quality meat cuts fresh and ready to cook for up to 7 days in the Flowing Cold Meat Tender. Theyll never need thawing because they never quite freeze, • Keep melon, cabbage, celery--even sacks of fruit --fresh and crisp, with glide-to-you Vegetable Hydrators, t teams made the 415 miles to Lubbock and the 30 extra miles to Levelland each day well worth the drive. While in the days to come, most of the attention will be given to the two time national champion 11-12 year olds, let's not forget the accomplishments of the 9- 10 All Stars, The junior divisioners weren't given much of a chance to sur- vive to regional tourney let alone place third in the nation. Of course the youngsters are disap- pointed they didn't win all the marbles and it will probably be awhile before they realize the third place finish is a remarkable achievement. Eleven of the 12 team members move into the major division next year, so this year's third could very well be the next two season's national titles. Members of the odds defying 9-10 team are Frank Pattison, Bart Beasley, Chris Ivey, Steven Gregory, Guy Monroe, Eric Clendenning, Eric Trim- ble, Brad Taylor, Mark Trice, Marcus Hornbuckle, Marcus Dowell and Rod- ney Slaton. John Beasley and Chip Souza coached the group. The road to another crown for the 11- 12 leaguers was by no means a smooth one. Twice during the tourney, the All Stars had to overcome sizeable deficits. The national champs also were forced to hold off late rallies by the opposition on two occasions. Eight of this year's national champs were on the '79 squad that ,won it all, Playing on both titlist teams were Greg Ashlock, Mike Hoyt, Grady Baker, Billy Hughes, Paul Loper, Sean Stenovitch, Donnie Hedge and Mike Lowry, while Andy Thomas, Clyde On By Benny Rogers Dowell, Sean McKean, and Willie Smith of happiness steadily flowed from each as to the final outcomes. garnered their first titles this year. I and every eye. The closeness andWhile Boston and had the priviledge of coaching this fan- emotions of that crowded dressing heavy favorites to reach tastie group along with Dee Hoyt and room will not soon be forgotten by its Houston and Kansas Gary Ashlock. inhabitants, anything but. The The most moving experience of my 21 NBA PLAYOFF PICKS had to get by teams years occurred shortly after the final The National Basketball Association tonio, Phoenix and buzzer sounded Saturday night. After playoffs have reached the semi-finals LOS Angeles. the usual celebration at midcourt, in stage with Philadelphia, Boston, Kan- In the Houston-KC which the tears were already beginning sas City and Houston as the final four. the Rockets to do away to appear, we retired to the dressing Let's take a look at the best of seven western bunch in six room. At this point we invited the series, which were set to get underway Moses Malone is parents and fans to join us and the tears Tuesday night, and make some guesses possessed and KC is Phil Ford and TRINIDAD HIGH SCHOOL'S tennis team came away a big winner at the district meet held in Corsicana last Monday. Team members pictured are (Front Row l- to-r) James Boyd, Larry Parker and Brad Elsom. (Back Row l-to-r) Kyle Floyd, Glenn Boyd and Charles Colman. Not pictured are Jerry Kemp and Coach Robert Linker. The boys will be playing regionasl beginning April 30. (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall) ..... ~ :~ ~ .... The eastern matchu and Philly is an easy lifetime Celtic fan to Celts to win they must neutralize either Darryl Julius Erving. It shall not look for the Celts to do the outings. • k * * * 'A" The following poem was former minor league and appeared in an column last week. With League baseball season preaching we might all time to closely read JUST A LITTLE He stands at the plate pounding fast. The bases are loaded; been cast. Morn and Dad cannot stands alone. A hit at this moment team home. The ball meets the plate; and he misses. There's a groan from the some boos and some hisses. A thoughtless voice crieS: the bum." Tears fill his eyes; the longer fun. So open your eyes and break. For it's moments like can make. Keep this in mind whe~ someone forget. He's just a little boy and yet. II NEW 1981 DIAC;ONA[ • ELECTR@NIC TUNING • TRI'FOCUS PICTURE TUBE • TRIPLE-PLUS CHASSIS • NEW CHROMATIC ONE'BUTTON COLOR CONTROL • ELECTRONIC POWER SENTRY TU AT THE TIME OF DELIVERY WE WILL ALSO CHECK OUT YOUR ANTENNA SYSTEM AT NO CHARGE. The Danville 22556P Et, ECTRONIC VIDEO GUARD TUNING SYSTEM Because the VHF and UHF tuner,,; are electronic, they have no moving parts to corrode. wear or cause picture problems World Famous Zentih Quality ...... Price • One-Knob VHFand UHF Channel Selector • Automatic Fine-Tuning Control • Illuminated Channel Numbers Home Entertainment / Bill % in.,)n , Owner Ill;A, Zenith & i,itton Sales & Service Across from Sonntag Ford ilwy. 31 Malakoff 489.1000 t I I n 95 I , Refrigerators Freezers I * Washers , Dryers ! , [V's * Radios • Ceiling Fan, i ! , Air (,(mdttioners ! I I I I I I Malakoff AT: 734 W. Royall Blvd. Gary Reaves 1981-82 VARSITY CIIEERLEADERS for Malakoff High School will be, top row, left to right, Marsha Overton dy, Kathy Tarkington, Elizabeth Truly, Melissa Wilson, Bonnie Tanner, Trisha Allen; middle row, Shelly Mullins; and bottom row, Shella Reed, Michelle Ashlock. (Staff Photo by Lori Callaway) fro 111 Littlefield, by 10, 37-27. After the opening loss the junior 489-1521 Ralph Reaves divisioners posted a miraculous 28-26 An impotent third qua] win over Madisonville after trailing 22- be the All Stars' 10 going into the final stanza. Marcus tlefield in the Hornbuckle, with 11, and Beasley, with by three, 17-14, at the eight, led the scoring effort, while the were outscored 8-2 in the defensive play of Eric Clendenning and Hornbuckle led the waY ignited the comback, eight respectively. Beasley, who scored 88 points in five Other teams capturing games, errupted for 26 and 16 points in wer New Baden, IlliV the wins over Crowell and Twin Coun- American Junior division, ties. Joining the scoring list were Chris the National Junior Ivey, Steven Gregory, Rodney Slation, the National Maj Guy Monroe and Clendenning. in the senior division. If you like basketball and have a little The game is scheduled bit of country in you, then what would April 28 at 7:00 p.m. in be more hilarious than a donkey gym. Adult tickets basketball game? The Senior Class of tickets are $2.00, and ch Malakoff High School is sponsoring a school age $1.00. Tickets donkey basketball game between the in advance or at the door. juniors and seniors. CLASSIFIEDS SELl, CALl, For All Your Needs Call 675-6771 Athens 24 Hours A Day 7 312 Underwood Street • Athens, Texas We instoll ond service complete gas systems * Sell or Lease Propane Tanks * /: