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The Malakoff News, Th~day~ April. 23,1~I--7A ANN ROUNSAVALL Carter, who made the Athlete of the Athletic Director Robert Linker in- Jones, Tami Riley and Amy Roun- and Glenn Boyd Year Award, also presented Evelyn troduced coaches and sponsors who in savall; sophomore Kendra Tiner; Athletes of the Year for Matthewswitha plaque honoring heras turn introduced participants from juniors Vicki Bell and MichelleFugate; Monday night at the Booster of the Year. Trinidad High School. and seniors Lori Tidmore and Tammy Banquet. Kyle Floyd offered the invocation to Receiving T-Awards for sports par- Bankston. Girls coach Bennie King was held at the Texas open the banquet followed by dinner ticipation in girls athletics were fresh- made the presentations. Youth Center at 7 p.m. and a welcome by school superinten- men Louise Hornbuckle, Tamra Estes, T-Awards for boys sports were Club President Jim dent Bob Elsom. Laurie Bradley, Penny Johnston, Kristi presented to seniors Glenn Boyd, a plaque honoring her as Booster of the Year in e All Sports Banquet held Monday night. Making the presentation is ident Jim Carter, (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavali) / CLUB PRESIDENT JIM CARTER presented senior Lori Plaque recognizing her as TIlS's female Athlete of the Year at the Banquet Monday night. A large crowd attended the event Power & Light Youth Center. (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall) TAMMY BANKSTON was awarded the John Philip Souza Award as outstanding band member Monday night. Miss Bankston, a senior student, was vice president of the Trojan Band. Making the presentation was band director John Spencer. (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavali) 1 GLENN BOYD was named Trinidad High School's male Athlete of the Year Monday night at the Trinidad All Sports Banquet. Making the presentation was Booster Club President Jim Carter. The banquet was held at the Texas Power & Light Youth Center. (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall) i ! IRL ATHLETES at Trinidad High School were presented T-Awards at the All Sports Banquet Monday night. are Laurie Bradley, Louise llornbuckle, Kristi Jones, Tamra Estes, Amy Rounsavall, Penny John. (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall) By CHARLIE FREEMAN day. quite proud of the boys district meet and band The Trinidad boys' tennis team will held in Corsicana last Monday at Monday night be competing Wednesday in Kilgore in Navarro College. Glenn Boyd and Trojan's All- the regional tennis meet. They did a Charles Colman came in first place in awar- fine job in the district competition and doubles; Jerry Kemp, second place in s participants and a all but one of the team members will be singles; Brad Elaom, third place in trying for a trip to State. The remaining singles, Larry Parker and Kyle Floyd, Louise Hornbuckle member will attend the meet as an second in doubles. The boys received gore to compete in the alternate trophies and will be playing regionals Friday and Satur- Coach Robert Linker, tennis coach, is beginning April 30. ,, Horse enthusiasm continues to build National enthusiasm for horses has been building for the past 20 years, gradually at first and now more rapidly, the director for public affairs for the American Horse Council told Horse Short Course participants at Texas A&M University recently. More than four million Americans own horses and spent more than $15 billion in caring for them each year. It's going to take agressive marketing and continued support to keep the horse business alive and growing, the speaker predicted. Solarmate~ Hot I~[ ii Water System can ~ ', reduce your energy usage and operating costs. It's designed to work with your new or existing water heater. Our system offers proven compo- nents preassernbled for quick installation, easy service and maintenance, plus a wide .range of capacities. Sales e ServlceL eas lng Athens 675-2736 New & Used Saddles g Tack ps- made to order Custom Made Belts & Holsters Donn!e Malakoff mile from High School 489-1824 HEADQUARTERS LARGE SELECTION OF SIZES AND WIDTHS--IN STOCK McCool Dept. Store Malakoff Charles Freeman, Jerry Kemp, Marty Dwayne Spencer, Tami Riley, Diana Newton, Vincent Norris and John Riley. Stanton, Kindra Tiner, DeWitt Loven, Other boy T-Awards were presented to Kenneth Burton and Valerie Davis Paul Airheart, David Arnold, Kenneth Cheerleaders Lori Tidmore, Vicki Burton, Jimmy Carter, Charles Bell, Michelle Fugate, Linda Rowland Colman, Larry Parker, Todd Weaver, and Louise Hornbuckle were in- JamesBoyd, Derek Jackson, Tim Polk, troduced by sponsor Mrs. Cleta Alan Livingston, Jerry Stanfield, Don Freeman. Mize, John Vermillion, Lester Bailey, Guest speaker for the evening was Mark Johnston, DeWitt Loven, Greg Leon Spencer, Athletic Director and King, Brad Elsom, Scott McCurdy, boys' basketball coach at Henderson Scott Tupper and Kyle Floyd. Awards County Junior College. were presented by Linker and Larry Spencer has been with Henderson Cumby. County Junior College for the past 17 years, ttis record boasts 353 wins, seven Tammy Bankston was presented the conference championships, three zone John Phillips Souza Award by band director John Spencer. Miss Bankston championships, and he has coached has served as vice president of the three nationalworldgames. Spencer told Trinidad athletes that Trojan Band and is a senior student, athletics can help develop a total per- Other band members included son, socially, mentally, physically, president Debra Shedd, majorettes psychologically, and emotionally. Lisa Ardoin, Jo Dell Colvin, Jennifer Athletics helps a person learn to Chandler and Amy Rounsavall, andestablish qualities, develop fraternal members Leslie Spencer, Jeannie relationships, and learn to have con- Lewis, Kim Jenkins, Lauri Bradley, cern and respect for success, hesaid. FEED, SEED, SUPPLIES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214/396288! OR OWNER WEST HWL 31, KERENS396-2282 226 N. Terry Malakoff Insurance Agency . Life . Home , Bonds . Auto Commercial Now representing American Life and Accidental Insurance Co. Medicare Supplement Policy JERRY GARRISON 489-0512 STRAW HATS, garden, dress or western ............ $1.98 to 6.95 Cool caps ............ $2.98 Child's baseball caps .... $1.98 Swim Suits for the family .................... $2.98 to $5.95 Misses short sets ....... $9.95 Tots short sets ........ $4.98 Beach Shoes ............................. $1.98 to $3.98 S & !! 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