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PAGE 8A - The Malakoff News - Wednesday, June 13, 2001 Sports and School MalaKaff High School Sixth Sis:Weeks Honor Roll Ninth Grade All A Honor Roll: Caleb Brown, Kristi Thomas and Trey Wilson. Ninth Grade AB Honor Roll: Holly Banks, Tessa Bledsoe, Misty Carrico, Jaramie Freese, Deanna Henderson, Kasandra Jack- son, Jonathan Lundgren , Le, hua Mauala, Randall Perry, Brittany Rape and Bronsha Smith. Tenth Grade All A Honor Roll: Anna Poole. Tenth Grade AB Honor Roll: Queshena Anderson, Dedrea Attaway, Aaron Baker, Bridget Brown, Aaron Carroll. Dallis Collis, Kandise Floyd, Stephan!e Jeffcoat, Ashley McClary, Patricia Neary, Tiffany Pople, Ashley Smith, Jennifer Smith, C.had Thomas, Erica Weems, Trent Wilson andBronswick Young. / Eleventh Grade All A Honor Roll: Joshua Haney. Eleventh Grade AB Honor Roll: Joseph Castiglione, Jessica Cox, Manuel Cuadrado, Michael Easdon, Jessica Gilmer, Jonathan Grove., Lauren Hebrank, Heather Hoskins, Laci Johnson, Anne Krahmer, Cody McBride, Kelsey Nichols, Heath Perry, Santiago Ramati, Jan Scrimshire, Elizabeth Strange, John Tanner, An- drew Torres,Kimberly Will- iams and Ashley Zigler. Twelfth Grade All A Honor Roll: Mallory Coun- tryman, Deborah Fitts, Tho- mas Hanna, Laura Poole, Matthew Ptacek, Charles Robinson, Tiffanye Sellers and Lindsey Stukey. Twelfth Grade AB Honor Roll: Amanda Baker, Aimee Barina, Shelby Brown, Amanda Calvert, Casey Espinosa, Brandi Fos- ter, Tavia Fritz, Riley Green, Cesar Ledezma, Zachary Molock, Char!ty Pierson, Flirtacia Richardson, Stephen Thomas and Wesley Young. Head State/Pre-K registration now open at Eustace Primary Registration for the Head a special need. We'welcome Start, Pre-K and Kindergar- parents and guardians of ten programs at Eustace Pri- mary School is now underway between 8:00-4:00 on Mon- day-Thursday and 8:00-11:00 on Friday during the Summer. young children with speech needs or other special disabili- ties to become involved in our programs for children in this area. Children who were not reg- At the time of pre-registra- isie{dii-the'Spfing'Round: tion, th6 parent must bring Up should come by the Pri- mary School office as soon as possible to get enrollment and registration paperwork for the coming school year - which begins on August 16, 2001. Children who are age 4 on or before Sept. 1 are eligible to attend the Head Start/Pre- Kindergarten programs. In- terested families must com- plete an aptlication form, and the family must meet income guidelines, unless the child has proof of income, the child's birth certificate, Social Secu- rity card, and the child's im- munization records. For more information, call Dianne Shaffer or Pat Shepard at the Eustace Pri- mary School at 425-5191 or 425-5190. We look forward to work- ing with the four and five years olds and their families in the Eustace Independent School District. Poems sought from Malakoff ,poets A $1,000.00 grand prize is being offered in a new poetry contest sponsored by Celestial Arts, free to everyone. A whopping $50,000.00 in prizes will be awarded during the coming Year! "Even if you have never entered a competition be- fore," says Poetry Editor Michael Thomas, "this is your opportunity to win big. Even if you have written only one poem it deserves to be read and appreciated. Beginners are welcome!" To enter send one poem 21 lines or less: Celestial Arts, P.O. Box 1140, Talent, OR 97540. Or enter online at Be sure your name and address is one the page with your poem. The deadline for entering is June 25, 2001. A winner's list will be sent to all entrants. Special religious award for poets A $1,000 grand prize is being offered in a special religious poetry contest sponsored by Friendly Poets Society, free to everyone. There are 28 prizes in all, totaling more than $3,000. To enter send one poem only, 2 t lines or less, to Free Poetry Conest, 12244 Park ViewLn., Fishers, IN 46038, or enter online at The deadline forentering is July 16. Poems may be written on any subject, using any style, as long as there is a spiritual inference. A typical poem might be a love poem, or nature one, one that inspires. All entrants will receive a winner's list. Noth tak on the tough terrain like the all-new PJrK'm 3010 utili vehicle. 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First Grade AB Honor Roll: Kevin DePriest, Oscar Gonzalez, Patrika Massey, Joey Owens, Reba Patterson, Hannah Richey, Shannon Smith, Stormi Braune, Michelle Hagy, Annamae Tadlock, Vicktoria Holifield, Ashley Miller, Carol Pendergrapfi, Chris Taylor, Jose Salazar, Megan Shue, Courtney Dawson, Tyler Jones, Raymond Mathis, Jacob Teague, R3,an Wesley, Drew Barrington, Trevor Chambers, Destiny Iacono, Richard Lee, Alex Medina, Tiffany Moore, Delta Moss, Hunter Norwood, Justin Owens and Drake Song. Seeond Grade A Honor Roll: Joshua Crockett, onnor Strange, Ariel Driver, Dennia Flores, Logan Graham, Rayvonna Jones, Tapley Strange, Shelby Tardiff, Jenni- fer Bell, Allen Carroll, Caitlin Fleming, Samantha Stanton, Taylor Talbert, Kaitlyn Vencil, Kynara Davis-Willis, Samantha Holland, Angel Rosa and Brian Smoot. Second Grade AB Honor Roll: Amanda Gruschin, Lloyd I Hayes, Lindsey Jackson, Mark Little, Ashlyn Pfalzagraf, Addison Scott, Brandon Shoe- maker, Kailey Wolfen, Austin Dunbar, Donna Molnar, Jeffery Velasquez, Jaycie Arnold, Maria Garcia, Amanda Garoutte, Jordan Lewis, Kourtney Monroe, Zachary Allen, Jesse Knight, Shane Morrison, Carrie Reeves, Jory Tadiock, Dakota Almond, Rebecca Brown, Stephanie Fitzpatrick, D.J. Harris and Alyssa Starnes. Third Grade A Honor Roll: Tara Dotson, Tyler Hanna, Jacob Lundgren, Akiko Nakamura, Jessica Lundgren, Kortney Simmons, Henry Buckland and Alex Monroe. Third Grade AB Honor Roll: Matthew Carroll, Kaitlyn Dosser, Mallory LaRue, Amber Lewis, Zachary McKinney, Shane Peterson, Jordan San@- ers, Stephanie Weaver, Nina Airheart, Paden Anguiano, Beatrice Dawson, Kamryn Dillard, Tyron Killingsworth , Nathan Moss, Travis Perez, Brittany Ross, Jayme Bearden, Aaron Pdigo, Brittni 'Shoe- maker, Chelsey Snyder, Kershayla Garner, Forest Bowles, Bill Cook, Gentry Gar- rison, Jordyn Teague, Shaina Thompson and Ryan Warman. Fourth Grade A Honor Roll: Miranda Strawn, Rebecca Brownlow, Adrion' Humble, Courtney Hanks, D'Lee Brown, Matt Garrett, Courtney Jeffcoat, Davis aughn, Keith DePriest, Patrick Strawn, Josh Willis and Parker Street. Fourth Grade AB Honor Roll: Wesley Dupree, Zack MinteL Cody Owens, Stephanie Thomas, Maratha Smith, Nathan Molnar, Nicho- las Simione, Maria Garcia, Blake Faircloth, Kandra Hale, Grant Lewis, John Marcum, Caitlin McGee, Truett Pendergraph, Preston Pollard, Sarah Turner, Cien'ca Bryant, Morgan Coker, Cedrick Collins; Tim Cook, Cody Dunbar, Landon Graham, Michael Hall, Bubba Heath, Brandi Howell, Dustin Lindsey, Charles Moore, Brandon Ott, Gaston Wilder, Heather Woodall, Cory Ward, Megan Wessel, Ariel Clendening, Tracy Mason, Kane Klysen, Brandon Harmon, Kimberly Marks, Sa- rah Neat and Tavion McCullar. Fifth Grade A Honor Roll: Michael Dosser, Stephanie Tardiff, Rebecca Tello, Cord Buchanan, Erica Peterson, April Car!7oll, Tiffany Faz, Hannah Ricks, Breona Tubbs, Eric Branch, Rosa Garcia, Raigen Garrison, Damien Giv- ens and Brandi Price. Fifth Grade AB Honor Roll: Brittany Basher, Tony Simon, Angel Youngblood, Kathy Kennedy, Miguel Hemandez, Haley Jackson, Jer- emy Dulaney, Chelsie Owens, Anna Stanfield, Samantha Snyder, Jerika Sanders, Gabriel Crockett, Aaron Hodge, Chris Shue, Stephanie Wilson, Hayley Woodall and Heather Fugitt. :? .... Ch " Soccer amplons Front row, left to Rachel Watson, Maria Valdez, Kate Monus, Felicia Burge, Sarah Williams, Heather January and Nicole Skinner. Back row, left to right, Coach Brue Tower, Desiree' McCoy, "Shorty" Bennett, Defensive Captain Amber Rhodes, Team Captain Crecia Gulledge, "Yo" Mireles and Shea January. Not pictured is Mari Richardson By Alisa Tower goals and Mari Richardson with i0 The Tri-County 119 Eliminators are the Champions of the North East Texas Rural Soccer !League with an impressive record of 8 wins and 1 loss. They ended the season with a tour- nament in Longview !winning second place. First place was won by the U19  State Champion Longview Revolution. The Eliminators met the state champs in head to head play in the tournament. "We had them dovn 3-1 / and had a little "lei-up" in our defense  where they scored two goal i late in the sec- ond half," said Coach Tower. The Eliminators tied the State Champs 3- 3. !. "It was a great finish to an almost perfect season. the state champs to a tie was the highlight of goals. The defense came into its own this season with the saves .O f Felicia Burge and Mari Richardson in the goal and the fullback play of "Yo" Mireles, Amber Rhodes and Kate Monus along with the "swing plays" of "Shorty" Bennett and Crecia Gulledge. Maria Valdez controlled center midfield and set up most of the of- fensive plays with the assist of midfielders; Heather January, Rachel Watson, Sarah Williams, Shea January and "swing player" Desiree' McCoy. "Our success was in large part a solid team effort. The defense stayed tough when it needed to, while the Midfielders controlled Midfield and the offense scored our season. Our orly loss was to when needed," said Tower. "The Terrell. We were plaing injured and fact that twelve girls out of fourteen they ended the gam with 11 play- scored on th season demonstrates ers to our 8. I our team effort. We've become The leading scores on the season "'well-rounded" and look forward to were Captain CreciGulledge with the fall season and the state cham- 12 goals, Nicole Skinner with 11 pionships."