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Sports &amp; School Wednesday, August 22, 2001 - The Malakoff News - PAGE 5B Boys Cross-Country Preview 2001 Ricky Carrico returns to lead the Tiger Cross Country team to state. He led them last year as a sophomore. The 2001 boys cross-country team will be entering it's 4th year says 4th year coach DeArtis Nickerson Jr. I expect at least 6 to 8 boys to show up for practice August 16th. Last year the Tigers had a great year and won the district 20-2A title by 2 points over a tough Frankston team and by 8 points over Troup. The Tigers went on to place 10th at the regional meet in Huntsville and Ricky Y Carrico placed 2rid at the meet and he went on to the state meet in Round Rock. With ev- ery runner returning except for captain Thomas Hanna, the Ti- gers goal is the same and that is to win the district title, and to place higher at the regional meet and qualify some individu- als to state, but it will take hardwork and dedication team- work to achieve this goal. The Tigers will be led by Mr. Everything (Junior) Ricky Carrico who started the 2000 season off slow but finished strong and captured the District 20-2A title and then went on to run a strong race in 8 inches of thick mud at the regional meet in Huntsville to place 2nd and qualified for the state meet in Round Rock. Ricky's goal is to qualify for the state meet again and place in the top "10." Join- ing Ricky will be Senior John Tanner who placed in the top "10" at district and ran solidly throughout the year. John is getting better each year. Other members of the Tiger team are Seniors Jason Yanna and Michael Scrimshire, Juniors Joel Tanner and Josh Vieregge, Sophomore Jaramie Freese and Freshman Jonathan Glenn will help the Tigers compete for another District title. As a fresh- man Jaramie did a super job. Hopefully there will be a couple of freshman thatwill come out and help the Tigers compete for another district title. The 1st meet is scheduled for the 2nd week in September. BOYS CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 2001. Not pictured is Sophomore Jaramie Freese. Malakoff Lady Tiger Vo|00y00 00easonl I The Malakoff Lady Tiger Volleyball program began their regular season Tuesday, Au- gust 14th, against Tyler- T.K. Gorman. The Junior Varsity won game one 15-6 before falling in game two 10-15 and game three 14-16. Some of the players that had good games were Holly Banks, Meredith Cockrum and Misty Carrico, The Varsity Lady Tigers, only returning one player from last year's Bi-District Cham- pionship team, got offto a slow start, losing game on 2=t 5. In game two, the ladies settled down but lost a close game 13- 15. On Friday and Saturday the girls participated in the Grandview Varsity Tourna- ment. Friday, the Lady Tigers fell to 4A Fort Worth Dia- mond Hill Jarvis in three games, 1-15, 16-14, 13-15. They faced Blum in the sec- ond game, losing two straight, 6-15, and 2-15. Malakoff re- corded its first win ofthe young season against Hubbard winning 15-2 and 15- 7. Saturday, Malakoff played better but lost to a good Maypearl team 15-7 and 15-7 in their first match but came out on fire in the second match de- feating Covington 15-0 and 15-1 placing the Lady Tigers in the Consolation bracket. Penelope proved to be tough for the young squad and defeated Malakoff 12-15 and 8-15. Sev- eral of the Lady Tigers had a good tourna- ment including Anna Poole, Katie Hayes, and Bridget Brown. Their next game was sched- uled for Tuesday, August 21 st at Kemp. The Freshmen and JV will participate in the Eus- tace Tournament on Saturday while the Var- sity will host Palmer. Gi Is Cross Country The girls cross country team at the present time consists of Seniors Jessica Cox and Brandi Morris. At the present time both ladies are working extremely hard. Their goal is to qualify for the regional meet in Hunts- ville in November. Other members planning to join the team are Heather Jackson and Amanda Harris. Dance Classes Enrolling Now! Ballet, odern & _Liturgical  Call Leslie Jabsen [ (903) 451-2367 or e-mail her at Ask about our Dance Jam Birthday Parties Weekend Classes available Malakoff 2001 Tigers looking forward to season The Malakoff 2001 Ti- gers are looking forward to an exciting season, with 13 letterman returning. New defensive coordina- tor Brad Scoggin is look- ing forward to a good showing in the 2 Scrim- mages versus Winona and Maypearl this Thursday night at 6 p.m. He is look- ing for great leadership from Jonathan Hutchinson, Andrew Torres and Michael Eadson. The of- fense will be under the leadership of Junior quar- terbacks Aaron Carroll and Adam Ray. Senior and electrifying runner Jermichael Hart will lead the Tiger ground game along with Seniors Bran- don Welden, Zack Jack- son and Brian Monroe. When the Tigers go to air, the main targets will be Senior Josh Haney and Kyle Harris. 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