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ii I/ 6A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Aug. 18, 1983 THE On Sports By Benny Rogers This 'n That Preparing for the long push with this 'n that... After beating up on each other for a week and-a-half the 1983 Tigers get their first crack at outside opposition tonight (Thursday) in Elkhart against the Elks in a controlled scrimmage. Junior varsity action starts at 6 p.m. with the varsity squads taking the field an hour later. Elkhart will provide Coach Dale Norris' troops with a stern test. The Elks return 12 lettermen, six starters both ways, off last year's outfit that posted a 6-4 ledHer. EHS is being tabbed by pro-season publications as the probable runner- up in District 20AA behind Hawkins. The Elks' strength offensively is quarterback Randy Grant. Grant, a 6-3 190- pounder, is listed among the top AA quarterbacks by the Harris Rating System and should provide a tough task for the Malakoff secondary. Fullback Paul Gun- neis, a 6.3 196.pounder, will also prove worthy of attention by Tiger defenders. When they talk defense in Elkhart the conversation begins with tackle Daryl Shipper, who stands 6-2 and tips the scales at 235 pounds. Shipper is the Elks' headhunter on defense and is being touted as All-State material. MIIS runners will have to keep a radar eye on Shipper. On homefront the Tigers continue to improve as they gear for the season opener Sept. 2 against Kerens in Tiger Stadium. Tiger coaches, for the most part, have been pleased with the progress made by their troops, although there are still some green spots. Early indications are the strength of the '83 Tigers will be defense. The Tigers are strong at the linebacker and defensive end positions. Tiger coaches are hoplng the experienced players manning those spots can hold down the fort until the down linemen and secondary develop. Those two areas are getting a lot of the Tiger coaches' attention these days. On the other side of the coin, the big question offensively is the quarterback position, although two veteran players are working out at the position an- d making good progress. Danny Wilson, back-up to Todd SheRon last year, and Scott Clendenlng are teaming up at the signal-calling slot and Norris said last week that both are progressing. Elsewhere offensively, the Tigers find themselves with a good stable of run- ningbacks. If the offensive line comes through, the MHS ground attack should flourish, which in turn would take a lot of heat of the quarterback and lead to a smooth attack. Things won't get easier for the Tigers next week as Lindale, considered by some to have a shot at the Class AAA crown, invades Tiger Stadium for a scrim- mage Friday, Aug. 26. Oh, and then there's Kerens, ranked third in the state among Class AA schools, in the season opener .... While we're still on football, here's one last reminder to all eighth grade foot- ball players to pick-up your gear Friday, Aug. 19, at the Junior High at 6:30 p.m.. I also want to remind you to be on the lookout for our special football tabloid, previewing the 1983 football season for Henderson County area schools. The special section will appear in the Thursday, Sept. I issue of The News .... All you arm-chalr quarterbacks out there be on the watch for the 1963 version of our football contest, which will begin a 12-week run in next week's issue of The News. You'd best polish up on all the pre-season predictions if you plan to have a chance at the $50 Savings Bond that's given to the winner each week. The com- petition gets tougher each year .... Finally, on baseball, let me apologize for the lateness of publication of the All District 17AAA Baseball Team. It seems everytime MHS baseball coach Robert Duron and myself got ready to release it earlier this summer he was either out- of-town or I was on vacation. Never-the-less, congratulations to the Tigers named to the squad .... ,. Michael Riddle was the lone Malakoff coach Robert Duron. Tiger named to the 17AAA All-District Riddle, a 5-10 140 pound-junior, was Baseball Team for the 1983 season. Six named to the 17AAA first team outfield other Tigers were selected to the despite being moved to shortstop in the second team and honorable mention early portion of district play. Riddle's teams, according to information showing at the position was one of the released last week by MHS baseball bright spots inthe Tigers' 5-15 season. MICHAEL RIDDLE (Staff photo by AI Rslney) Firlt Team All-District ;!:!! ii~ ~ ~i / : ~: : / : HEY THERE GOOD BUDDY--A Mulakoff High School Jayvee rmmingback hoped varsity defensive end John Tanner would remember they were or/4he same side as he preapred to elude Tanner during practice FHday evening. The Tigers concluded two-a-day workouts Monday and will be in Elkhart tonight (Thursday) for a scrimmage. Jayvee action starts at 6 p.m. (Staff photo by Benny Rogers) Eighth graders may pick up gear August 19 All prospective eighth grade football players in the Malakoff Independent School District may pick up their equipment Friday, August 19, according to MJHS coach Jerry Cotton. Players should pick up their equipment at the Malakoff Junior High gymnasium beginning at 6:30 p.m. Forms for physical examinations may also be ob- tained, according to Cotton. Cotton also noted that players who have already received physicals should bring the completed form. All players must have physicals before beginning workouts the first day of school. 'Big Sam' Lake fishing is good "Bream" fishing is near to the hearts of many East Texas area fishermen, and recent reports from Sam Rayburn Reservoir indicate the big lake is re- emerging as a panfish hotspot. Although "bream" is a colliquial name used to describe several sunfish species, the Sam Rayburn fishery consists mainly of bluegills ranging up to a pound in weight. Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment biologist Paul Seidensticker of Jasper said the bluegill fishing at Rayburn currently is better than it has been in a decade. "Fishermen are catching lots of good bluegills by using crickets, fishing over mossbeds in 10 to 12 feet of water," Seidensticker said. He added that rising water levels have inundated willow trees which also are a sunfish hangout. Catfish also are taking advantage of forage in newly-flooded willows and other vegetation, the biologist noted. "Catfish have been biting like crazy in less than six feet of water," he said. C, Copy'~ighl ~9~3 ]ex L) 0 Op COuncil / It's a sweet deal from Dairy Queen! Just 99 for a cool and fudgy, super-pea-nutty Peanut Buster Parfait. Come taste one today. Monday, August 15 thru Sunday, August 21 "Dairy Queen Just keeps on getting better:"- All Pt~ghtS Fieserved~ TM T~idemarks of {he ~e~ D ~ Op Council "~ ~egts{ered Tl~(tema~k Ar~l I) 0 Carp Records Show That COMPLAINING CAR OWNERS, Are Happy With The AUTO INSURANCE They Get From Us, As Well As The PROMPT, PERSONAL SERVICE! MHS players chosen to the second team were seniors Warren Alexander and Tim Mattingly. Alexander and Mattingly were the MHS battery during the '83 campaign, with Alexander on the mound and Mattingiy behind the plate. Malakoff players selected to the honorable mention list were Todd Shelton, Marty Wilson, Danny Wilson and David Wilson, Shelton (second base) is the only senior of the honorable mention quartet. Marty Wilson (designated hitter) and Danny Wilson (outfielder) are both juniors and David Wilson (shortstop) is a sophomore. All three will return for District champion first team with six players selected to the ~l~roy BoRon (pitcher), field), Ronald Mask Clark (catcher), and Jim (designs ted hitter ). Other first team picks were: Townsend (Rusk), John wood), Donnie Boone McLemore (Westwood), man (Fairfield), laJuan (Teague), Randy Wilson and Ed Stepbens (Westwood). Players named to the were; Isiaih Clark Richmond (Fairfield), nels (Crockett), Calvin (Rusk), Gary Cockerham Tracy Creel (Westwood), Henry (Crockett), Jeff wood), Chip Hart (Rusk) Gilchrest (Rusk). Named to the honorable were: Tim Hicks Davis (Westwood), (Rusk), John Gallegos Darren McDonald ( Denman (Fairfield), (Crockett) and Zach Gi wood). Also, Shannon Harris (( Robert Knight (Teague) pard (Rusk), Derek Derreck Mack (Fai Long (Teague). Posting a perfect 4-0 record, the come a2-1deficit. Malakoff Rebels claimed championship Sterling defensive honors in the KC Tournament held in hitting were the keys Red Springs Saturday. conquest of Molly's The Rebels recorded triumphs over Amoco, 7-3, Hawkins, 15-4, and Molly's single runs in the Army, 4-0, en route to the championship sings, the Rebels put game. The local men's slow-pitch sol- with a pair of runs in tball team once again blanked Molly's The Rebels broke c Army, 14-0, for the tourney title, in the third inning in Molly's Army defeated All Pro 33, 6-4, Molly's Army with a in the loser's bracket semi-finals, plnsion. The firs The Rebels, after falling behind 2-0 in to the plate scored to the top of the first inning, scored three pionship. Five more runs in their portion of the inning to across the plate in the take control in the opening game again- st Amoco. Single runs were scored by Playing for the Rebels the titlists in the second, third, fourth Wilson, Clint ClementS, and sixth innings. Benny Rogers, Kyle A 12-run explosion in the third inning Hennessee, David lifted the Rebels past Hawkins, con- Simmons, Chip Souza, sidered the tourney favorite by tour- and MikeCox. nament director Kenneth Cline, 15-4. The Rebels will close the The big inning, in which 16 batters went this weekend in to the plate, enabled the Rebels to over- playing in the USSA Soccer sign-up underway Youngsters between the ages of 4-14, both boys and girls, are reminded that registration is under way for the up- coming fall soccer season. Registration dealine is September 10. Registration forms will be available at all three schools, at Malakoff, Cross Roads and Trinidad. available at Hardy's Malakoff. Parents are reminded no provide that each child one-hail of each game. SOCCER APPLICATION I MALAKOFF SOCCER ~SOOj1101 Welcome to Soccer Saeaonl II ' If J~ wJM to play soccer dorinl the 1983 Fall ~, complete and rotum this ~m to H~_.~t~ dy's Pharmacy, no later than hpL 10. Team will ha formed accordinI to aIea and numben or Jw- returned. Name ........................................... Address ...................... ]ip~ Phone No ...................... Age ............ Bidhdate, Month ........ Day__ year~ Ha~ you played orBanized soccer before, yes ............ no .... Boy ..... Girl/ Number of seasons played. When did?on last play?______._~ Name of Team _City. Chest Size ........... Sock Size Medical Information and Release: Family Physician Allergies In case of emergency call I hereby release all claims and courses of action aping the Malakoff Soccer Association, assistants, officers, and sponsors workinl| for the club from any adverse effects that may arise ticipation of my child in this soccer program and do grant my permission for the moot of my child by medical profession for any omerilency condition that may arise as a ticipation in the program, Date: .Signature: Note to Parents: There are no benchwarmers in soccer as our rules provide that each each pme, provided the child has met the coach's practice requirements. As you will parents are the source of our coaches, referees and club officers. '\ The fees cdlectad from the players cover only the cost of providing referees, awards, Nodh Association Registration and Insurance. (Insurance is mandatory and is obtained as a the North Texas State Soccer Association. All |ames wlil be played on Saturday morning. of th, Tri-Connty Soccer Association which includes Maloboff, Trinidad, Kemp, ' LOVIN' LINEBAcKERS--Marty Wilson (left) lowered the during a iinehaeker drill Friday evening. Watching in back Is Ds : three players are seniors. (Staff photo by Benny Rogers)