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2016 Friday, June 10,2016 - The News - PagelB ON "ce t ure : of )w- viii eat cm isa 5o- ses . Leir :uit viii on/ the gin :30 -up ltil by am ing ats ~c- tsh in [ve alS at ife ast on at ,du Normal Lake Level is 322.00 feet above Mean Sea Level. Current level for Cedar Creek Lake is: 322.21 WATER TEMPERATURE; 78.6 degrees Upcoming Events Kemp Athletic Summer Camps Baseball June 22- 24 8:30-11:30 a.m. Softball June 22-24 8:30-11 a.m. Youth Football July 13-15 8:30-11:30 a.m. Freshman Football July 20-22 8:30-11:30 a.m. 1-3: p.m. Cross Country Aug. 3-6 8-10 a.m. Kemp Golf Tournament The seventh annual Kemp Band Booster Golf Tournament has been rescheduled for June 16 at Cedar Creek Country Club. The shotgun start of the four person scram- ble starts at 1 p.m. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m and is in- cluded in the registra- tion fee. The cost of the tour- nament is $240 for a team of four. Hole spon- sorships are available for $100 with exclusive sponsorships available for $200. All proceeds from this event go to support the Kemp Yellowjacket Band. For more informa- tion, contact Tommy McSpedden at (214) 735-2169 or at tmc- spedden@dsisw.com Purtis Creek State Park Kayak Basics Class Come to Purtis Creek for an intro- duction to the sport of kayaking at 9 a.m. June 27. Learn what equip- ment is needed and how to use safe and proper procedures. Play games and get familiar with Purtis Creek's kayaks - or bring your own. Wear clothing you can get wet. Meet at the boat ramp. Class ends at 10:30 a.m. Limited class size. Reservations re- quired. Call Purtis Creek State Park head- quarters at (903) 425- 2332. Moonlight Paddling tour Paddle along on a guided tour of the coves and stumps of Purtis Creek Lake by moonlight from 8-10 p.m., June 27. Learn about and hopefully see aquatic and wildlife species on a leisurely paddle around the lake. Reservations are re- quired due to the lim- ited size. If you need to use one of their kayaks or canoes, rental fees will apply at the time of the tour. Wear clothing that you can get wet in and meet at the boat ramp park. By Ryan Moulds The News Sports Writer EAST TEXAS-The Athens Hornets led the way with six selections on The News East Texas Baseball Dream Team. Malakoff had six selec- tions to the East Texas Softball Dream Team. Landon Bynum was t the MVP of the base- ball team. Bynum was a break-out star for Athens this season as a senior. He had a .447 batting aver- age with three home runs, nine doubles, a triple and 37 runs batted in. He also had 14 stolen bases and 34 runs scored. Athens advanced deep in the playoffs to the regional quarterfinals and won their fourth district title in a row. In softball action, Ha- zel Puempel, of Malakoff, was awarded Most Valu- able Player. She had a very strong senior season With a .658 batting aver- age with a .703 on base percentage with one home run, 29 doubles and 33 runs batted in. She also showed off her speed with 14 stolen bases. On the mound, she was 11-1 with a 2.14 earned run average. She had 90 strikeouts in 61 innings. Malakoff finished the year as undefeated district champs and went five rounds deep in the play- off s, falling to eventual State Champion West in the Regional Finals. 2016 The News East Texas Baseball and Softball Dream Teams baseball Superlatives MVP: Landon Bynum - Athens Offensive Player of the Year: Hayden Shaddox - Eustace Defensive Player of the Year: Paden Quade - Athens First Team Pitcher: Brandon Boyd - Athens Catcher: Zack Compton - Eustace First Base: Matthew Dedie - Kemp Second Base: Peyton Brewer - Athens Third Base: Ethan Snow - Malakoff Shortstop: Pearson Johnson - Mabank Outfield: Tyler Crawford - Malakoff Outfield: Jeremy Bateman - Athens Outfield: Cory Strawn - Eustace Designated Hitter: Noah Herring - Kemp Honorable Mention Malakoff: Hunter Snow, Tyler Russell, Dylan Grim, Trevor Martin, Dustin Miller and Mason Coker Mabank: Ty Winkelvoss, Trey o COURTESY PHOTO Hazel Puempel was named MVP of the East Texas Dream Softball Team. She batted .658 this season with one home run, 29 doubles and 33 runs batted in. By Ryan Moulds The News Sports Writer ATHENS-Trinity Val- ley Community College (TVCC) will host a soft- ball camp June 13-15 at Drumgoole Field at Cain Park. The camp is open to students from kindergar- den through 12th grade. The camp for grades 7-12 is set from 9-11 a.m. and the camp for K-6 is scheduled from 1-3 p.m. The camp will be con- ducted by TVCC softball coaches Trish Robinson and Elsa Apo and Lady Cardinal softball players. For more information, contact Robinson at pa- tricia.robinson@tvcc.edu. Neighbors, Corey Flores, Clay Conway, Dalton Penix, Kade Norman Enstace: TJ Howard, Gannon Kirkhart, Cody Strawn, Rusty Rodgers Athens: Alex Fernandez, Luis Valdez, Casey Pitch- ford, Emanuel Hernan- dez, Cameron Woodard Kemp: Dylan Dennis, Colton Breeze, Beau Dancer, Kyle Keathley, Cameron Clamon Cross Roads: Cameron Rodgers, Kyle Miers Trinidad: Jayden Walden, Jerry Bannister, Kaeleb Eastman, Nate Williams, Dakota Stewart softball Superlatives MVP: Hazel Puempel - Malakoff Offensive Player of the Year: Sam Smith - Athens Defensive Player of the Year: Chancy Tart - Malakoff First Team Pitcher: Candace Denis - Malakoff Catcher: Haylie Wilcox - Cross Roads First Base: Cheyene Robertson - Malakoff Second Base: Emily Mullens - Kemp Third Base: Abra Roberts - Eustace Shortstop: Tyler ATHENS Water lightly stained; 75-79 degrees; 0.64' high. Black bass are good on topwaters, weightless Flukes and football jigs. Crappie are fair on min- nows and jigs. Catfish are good on trotlines. CEDAR CREEK Water stained; 75-79 degrees; 0.30' high. Black bass are fair on Texas rigged craws and Reaction Innovations Vixens. White bass are good on slabs and minnows. Hybrid striper are good on slabs. Crappie are good on minnows and white jigs. Catfish are good on trotlines and cut shad. COOPER Water stained; 0.65' high. No report available. FAIRFIELD Black bass fishing re- ported as significantly im- proved. TPWD discontin- ued stocking the lake after the fish kill in September 2011. Redfish survived the kill in limited numbers. JOE POOL Water stained; 74-78 degrees; 1.76' high. Black bass are fair on Texas rigged creature baits and bladed jigs. White bass are fair on slabs and rain- COURTESY PHOTO Landon Bynum was the MVP of the baseball team. Bynum was a break-out star for Athens this season as a senior. He had a .447 batting average with three home runs, nine doubles, a triple and 37 runs batted in. He also had 14 sto- len bases and 34 runs scored. Greene - Athens Outfield: Zoie Bailey - Eustace Outfield: Chyann Jarrett - Malakoff Outfield: Kelli Gartman - Athens Designated Hitter: Kendall Riley - Mabank Honorable Mention Malakoff: Jewel Jones, Abby Terzis, Cheyenne Ramsey, Tyler Wittram, Hannah Terzis Mabank: Leigh Cunningham, Tera Grimes Eustace: Olivia Herring, Gabi Corder, Hailey Purselley, Jaci Gray Athens: Alicia Grogan, Cortney Grimes, Mikayla Collins Kemp: Haylee Scott, Anna Christie, Harleigh Bardin Cross Roads: Marilyn Alvarado, Sara Spivey, Sydnee Harris, Calley Cole, Hope Johnson, Maci Mattingly, Grayson Cunningham mows. Crappie are fair on minnows. Catfish are fair on prepared bait and rod and reel. NAVARRO MILLS Water stained; 70-74 degrees; 2.31' high. Black bass are slow. White bass are slow. Crappie are slow. Channel catfish are slow. Blue catfish are slow. Yel- low catfish are sloW. PALESTINE Water stained; 74-78 degrees; 0.60' high. Black bass are good on swimjigs, spinnerbaits and topwa- ters. Crappie are slow on minnows: Hybrid striper are good on slabs and min- nows. White bass are good on slabs. Catfish are fair on trotlines. RICHLAND CHAMBERS Water stained; 74-78 degrees; 0.10' high. Black bass are slow on bladed jigs, shallow crankbaits and swimjigs. White bass are good on slabs and minnows. Hybrid striper are good on slabs and min- nows. Crappie are fair on minnows. Catfish are good on trotlines. STILLHOUSE Water murky; 67" 71 degrees; 11.46' high. Black bass are slow. White bass are slow. Crappie are slow. Channel and blue catfish are slow. Yellow catfish are slow. TAWAKONI Water stained to mud- dy; 76-80 degrees; 0.45' high. Black bass are fair on hollow body frogs, Texas rigged creature and black/blue flipping jigs in flooded hushes. Some fish being caught on white buzzbaits. White bass are fair on slabs. Hybrid bass are good on slabs. Crappie are fair on minnows. Cat- fish are good on trotlines and cut shad. TEXOMA Water stained; 74-79 degrees; 4.24' high. B lack bass are good on topwater walking baits, shakyhead worms and Texas rigged craws. Crappie are fair on minnows. Striped bass are good on slabs and shad. Catfish are good on trotlines and prepared bait. WHITNEY Water murky; 67-71 degrees; 5.47' high. Black bass are slow. Striped bass are slow. White bass are slow. Crappie are slow. , Catfish are slow. m+ + +