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8A--The Malakofl News, Thursday, June 2, 1983 t , i/:i:¸: ~ ~ CLOSE CALL--Action like this close play at home plate was plentiful in the Second Annual Little League Pre-Season Tournament held in Trinidad last week. Pictured sliding feet first into home is Eric Clendenlng, catcher for the Mainkoff Indians. Applying the tag Just in time for the out is catcher Chris Hardy of the Malakoff Cowboys. Watching the play is umpire Monde Renterla and Indian Josh Farrell. The Indians went on to win the battle of Malakoff teams, 18-5, and finished second in the meet to host Trinidad. Trinidad bested the Indians, 12-2, for the title. (Staff photo by Ann Ronnsavall) • • e Trinidad downed the Malakoff Indians, 12-2, Saturday night to capture championship honors in the Second Annual Little League Pro-Season Tournament held in Trinidad. The host team's first-place finish bettered last year's runner-up slot and establishes Trinidad as the team to beat in regular season ~t~eY. Trinidad walked away with league crown one year ago. The tournament champions went unscathed in the week.long event, having posted wins over Mildred, 8-3, and the Indians, 17-5, en route to the title. Trinidad received a second-round bye. The Indians' road to the title game was a little more bumpier as championship game. Scoring Armstrong and Cedric Yarbrough. the Malakoff team had to come- seven runs in the top half of the fir- Team coaches are Monde Ren- from-behind ~ two games. The In- st inning, Trinidad settled the issue teria, Roy Stanfield and Jerry diana came back to beat Cross early. Rainwater. Roads, 16-12, and the Malakoff The Indians scored single runs in Cowboys, 18-5, before bowing to the third and fourth innings, but Squad members for the Indians Trinidad in the semi-finals. Trinidad had scored four in the include Rodney Slaton, Chad After the first setback to second and added another in the Flores, Ty Farrell, Eric Clen- Trinidad the Indians had to hold off fifth. - dening, Jason Clendening, Bart a tough Mildred team, 11-4, to earn Team members of the cham- Beasley, Josh Farrell, Jerry the right to try Trinidad again for pionship squad include Jeff Hiler, Sayas, Shane Lovel], Bobby the championship. Vanoid Dawson, Ricky Stanfield, O'Malley, Brian Cannon and Chris In other tournament action Bubba Warren, Ryan Renteria, Dyer. Coaches are Benny Rogers Mildred came from behind to Timmie Rainwater, Danny and John Beasley. defeat Cross Roads, 19-13. Mildred Colman, James Rainwater, James The regular seat, on begins June 3 also whipped the Cowboys, 23-2, in McDaniel, Ulrich Stevens, Tommy two games on tap in the Freshman early roundplay. Holcomb, Adrian Bailey, Anthony League. 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Team trophies will also be awarded to the top two teams. Cities and communities represented in the double elimination event include Mabenk, Athens, Kemp, New York, Lancaster, Corsicans and Malakoff. Teams entered are Holiday Inn, Cedar Creek All Stars, Renegades, TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION 1982 Judged No. 1 in Texas among weekly newspapers Brewers, Tinaley's, R] Trucking, Kemp Warriors, Lone Star Electric, Church of Christ, Hub's ness Store. Tournament action Scrubs taking on Christ at 7 p.m. New Star Electric at 8 ColorTyme vs. Kemp p.m. and Riley Trucking vs. p.m. Friday night's full slate begins at 7 p.m. with the Brewers. The with Holiday Inn at 8 p.m. first round action. Second starts at 9 p.m. with playing the Hub's Church of Christ winner. Also slated Friday at 10 Cedar Creek All Stars ner of the game. A loser's scheduled for 11 p.m. Action begins at 8 a.m. the teams head towards the ship game slated for 12 Past champions of the are the Spoilers (lst RI), All Stars (2nd RI), (3rd RI), Athens Pawn Sports Scene (Sth RI) RI), Athens (7th RI), (8th RI) and Curtis Mathes Team members of the are Wes Holt, pe, David Hennessee, Souza, Mike Cox, Tommy Wilson, David Gaston, Kyle Kilman, Marvin Hollingsworth Wilson. THE On Sports By Benny Rogers This 'n that Jumping into June with this 'n that... Hats off to the good people in Trinidad for another job in hosting the pre~season tournament for the Freshman League Creek Baseball Association. The tournament was a huge success standpoints and all signs point toward another exciting, competitive Little League Baseball in this area. Judging from the results of the tournament, for the title. Filled with a line-up of players returning off last ship outfit, the Trinidad team is strong in the important depa~ ching, experience and hitting. Although Trinidad is without a doubt the team to beat for the title, for a miin~=tu e that the other four teams in the Freshman League ~ill g: away without a fight. Both Malakoff teams, the Indians and c)wb°2 and Cross Roads have the ability to hit. And if the pitching develops t the title might prove more interesting than we might think now. The 1983 Little League season begins in earnest today (ThursdaY) League and Girls Softball League begin play. The Freshman Leagues open play Friday night and the Tee-Bailers begin their s~ day morning. Let me encourage each one of you to get out and take in a Little this summer. It will be well worth your time andyou never quite expect. One thing you can expect, however, is a good time... Area men's ale-pitch softball teams will begin to filter into the Tenth Rebel Invitational gets underway at the new YMCA Star Harbor Road. The tourney is Henderson County's oldest always produces competitive softball action. Looking at this year's field of 14 entries, grabs. Riley Trucking, RMR, Tinsley's and the Renegades threats to the title, based on earlier performances this season. count out teams like the Cedar Creek All Stars, Holida~ By the time this forum rolls off the press the NBA ween Los Angeles Lakes and Philadelphia 76'era may be history. up three games to none going into a Tuesday night battle, wrap-up the title. I've never been a fan of Philly, and it would be safe to say that I if anyone ever deserves a championship ring...Julius Erving does. Doctor is a classy guy and a good example to the youth of America. the Doctor's last house call reaps the NBA championship... While we're on the subject of basketball, did you see Ralph Sampson, who had been lured by the NBA for the last three his remaining years in college, received his diploma from Virginia last week. Hopefully, future players of Sampson's size take notice. Thanks Ralph. We needed that... Finally...This writer along with fellow Community InformatiOn fen, Tom Finley, Scott Elliot, Al Rainey and Debbie quintet from the Corsicana Daily Sun on the golf course in speak for other CIC team members, but I know how I'm going my vacation next week. Practicing, practicing, practicing... announces As the summer approaches and the boys and girls 7-9 and school year ends the question of what to be run on a one week do with kids' time this summer is on all parents' minds, planned for this The Henderson County YMCA is of- swimming, sports, feting three types of day camp crafts and field programs this year to ages 4-12 and Six Flags. For throughout the summer. Camps are and the other camps divided into age group and gender. 9154. Discovery Camp is the Y pre-achool camp for boys and girls ages 4-6 held at Kiwanis City Park. There are three sessions of Discovery Camp (June 6-17, June 29-July t and July 4-15) which will be held Monday-Friday from 9-12 in the morning. Each camper will receive a T- shirt from the Y and will be divided ac- cording to ability. The foursome of The Summer Sports/Day Camp is a Gilmore, new idea geared toward the sports fired a 10-under par minded youth ages 7-9. Girls and boys place in the will meet at the Athens High track for a Golf Tournament held a day of kickball, soccer, softball, Golf Course Saturday. volleyball, track and swimming at the The winning team's City Pool. Kids will be divided into in the scramble teams of ten to compete against each nine-under par other over the two weeks from June 13- fie, M. Hendrick, L. 24. Camp is Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. BaUew. to 4 p.m. If there is enough interest in Finishing this camp session, the Y will offer more with and eight-under sessions throughout the summer, team of Dr. N.H. The annual YMCA Summer Day Camp program for youth ages 7-12 The Memorial takes on a new look this summer with the first of five events new counselors, new time frames, new Star Harbor Golf programs and much more fun. Jana is slated for the Tidmore will be the Day Camp Director weekend. this year. Jana is a recreation and P.E. Other events Day Tournament, ship in October and Tournament. " major at Phillips College in Oklahoma and a native Athenian. This year's day camp will be divided into age group , Red hot fo shoots 10-under to win golf meet , i:¸ ~:~~;: i i -- _