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Tile Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 10, 1981--5A MM ROGERS coach and often- continued their over Kerens here With a 21-0 blanking of the 43rd renewal of their an- the Wishbone often- rolled to 300 total yards, defensive unit limited and a mere four ground the Tigers behind the 79-yard of fullback Billy Russell Tarver the friendly of seven attem- was the top receiver reached the midfield stripe. At ttus point the Tigers' Ron Denis, Tom Byers, Joe Campana and Whiteley put clamps on the Kerens workhorse, forcing a punt. The Tigers suffered a near-disaster on the David West punt and return man Clint Clements mishandled the kick and watched the pigsking roll toward the Tigers endzone. Vic Kirkland recovered the bobble to enable the Tigers to avoid the catastrophe. The near-miss was a sign of things to come, however, as halfback James Mastin fumbled into the waiting arms of Bobcat Jimmy Haley on the Tigers' first play from scrimmage. Gaining ownership on the Malakoff 17-yard line, the Bobcats quickly moved year's opener inside the Tiger 10 on two Mitchell schools, penalties and gainers. Following an incomplete a dominant factor. The Russell Anderson pass intended for seven times for 55 Lewis Blultt, the Bobcats faced a fourth Bobcats drew nine Seventeen fum- the tilt, eight by by Kerens, and the one Tiger pass. number of bobbles, pigskin only twice ~bled it away four contest, Tiger mentor his first game at the of his squad's vic- "They (Kerens) weren't as far along as we ;Said. long scoring drives, gaining in defense also played four first downs Were doing something ~added, praised his goal line stand late in and listed it as the the game." Norris was by his team's some of our edge in ,alf because of the opened with good often- stopped us who lead the overall with a crisp series behind the Dwight Mitchell. as the Bobcat on the Kerens 32, and three situation. The crucial play never materialized as Anderson was unable to control the snap-from-center and the Tigers regained possession on the 10-yard stripe. At this point the Tigers offensive line--Harold Holyfield, Carey Jackson, Todd Monore, Campana and Denis--took matters into their own hands and began creating huge running lanes for the Tiger backs. James Jackson, Whiteley and Mastin took advantage of the room and reeled off runs at eight and nine yards a shot. Five plays and a personal foul penalty later, the Tigers camped on the Kerens 34-yard line. The Tigers wasted little time scoring their initial touchdown as Tarver connected with a wide-open Kirkland on the Kerens 12. Kirkland eluded a would- be tackler and trekked into the promised land. Clements shoed the PAT and the Tigers were on top to stay with 4:03 remaining in the opening chapter. After a fumble exchange and two swaps of punts, Holyfield recovered a Matt Jackson fumble to give the Tigers ownership on the home 48. Once again traveling quickly, Tarver and Kirkiand teamed up on a 38-yard pass play that was highlighted by a circus-like catch. In his attempt to catch the perfectly- tossed aerial, Kirk]and batted the ball twice before tripping and falling to his back only to control it in his grasp in- ches from the playing surface. Two plays later Jackson slashed off tackle into the end zone with 6:23 to go in the first half. Clements was again true with PAT to give the Tigers a 14-0 advantage. The Tiger defensive unit continued to stop the Bobcats at will following the ensuing kickoff, forcing another Bobcat punt. West spiralled his best effort of the contest--a 48-yarder--into the heavens and to the Malakoff 12-yard marker. Taking over with just over two minutes remaining in the half, the Tigers battled the Bobcats and the clock in search for their third score. Following consistent gainers by Mastin and Jackson, Whiteley ripped through the line for 29 yards, moving the Tigers to the Kerens 18. Homer Turner, in his first appearance in the Tiger backfield added an ll-yard gainer to the drive to set the Tigers on the Kerens seven. The Tigers surprised the visitors from Navarro county on the following play as Tarver dumped a pass to tight end John McCain for six-yard ~ainer. Following a time-out, Tarver penetrated the goal line on a quar- terback sneak. Clements was true with the PAT and the Tigers owned a 21-0 lead with 32 seconds left before the halftime intermission. The Bobcats, under new mentor Jerry Don Anderson, found the Tigers' defense even tougher in the second half, managing a mere 38 total yards. The Tigers also limited the 'Cats to two first downs, which matched their first half total. Late in the third stanza the Bobcats threatened to spoil the Tigers' shut-out bid as they moved inside the Tiger five- yard line on a 14-yard Mitchell effort. Operating from the one on third down, the Gary Tolliver attempted to crack the defensive middle, but was stopped by Ron Speed and Campana. Mitchell received the call on fourth and goal, but was hurled for a four-yard loss by Scott Clendenning, who was playing in his first varsity encounter, on a beautiful one-on-one, open field tackle. Both coaches used the game's latter stages to look at back-up personnel with the Tigers up by three touchdowns and the stadium clock hurriedly moving towards the 0:00 mark. The Tigers' of- fensive reserves continued the local gridsters' domination as time expired. Joining Whiteley as top rushers for the hosts were Mastln and Jackson with 61 and 34 yards respectively. Mitchell led the Kerens attack with 49 steps on 14 tries. Tolliver finished with 32 on 12 totes. The Tigers journey to Brownsboro Friday night for the 33rd renewal of Henderson County's oldest rivalry, while the Bobcats play host to the Hub- bard Jaguars. Both tilts have 8 p.m. starts. I~LUDING THE TACKLER: Tiger halfback Homer Turner made a hasty move in attempt to avoid a diving, would-be Kerens tackler. Harold Holyfield (77) watched Turner, who was promoted from the junior varsity earlier in the week. The Tigers whipped the Bobcats, 21-0, and will meet arch-rival Brownsboro in Brownsboro tomorrow night. (Photo by Mike Collins) (Ed. note: Friday Night Stars will be chosen each week by the sports coverage team of The Malakoff News. Pictures of chosen players will be used at random.) *JEFF TUNNELL--Cross Roads' strong safety returned an interception 70 yards for a touchdown in the Bob- cats' 20-14 loss to Mt. Enterprise. ,FRED WINSTON--The 144-pound Cross Roads fullback rushed for one touchdown against Mt. Enterprise. The Bobcats dropped the opener 20-14. ,BILLY WHITELEY--Malakoff's bruising fullback garnered 79 yards rushing on 12 tries in the Tigers' 21-0 win over Kerens. .VIC KIRKLANI)--The tight end in Malakoff's Wishbone offense caught two passes, one a touchdown, for 72 yards against Kerens. .RUSSELl. TARVER--The talented Malakoff signal caller scored one touchdown, threw for another and com- pleted 4 of 7 passes for 90 yards. *DEREK JACKSON--Sophomore defensive secondary man for the Trojans had his work cut out for him against Leon's Kenneth Brown Friday night. Jackson's defensive action helped contain the Leon passing attack. :) O wins Scott Clendenning, who was elevated from jayvee status last week, looked upfield for running room In battle last Friday. Kerens' Gary Tolliver attempted to stop Clendenning from behind. The Tigers ,21-0. (Photo by Mike Collins) Robert Gaston is the first winner in the 1961 Malakoff News football contest with only ten misses out of a list 44 games with two excluded due to errors on the contest. C. O. Phillips came in a close second to Gaston with 11 misses, while Dana Wilson was close behind at third with 12 misses. Sam Ramsey, Joe Stubblefield, Gregory Gawlik, Randy Lee and A. W. Bang all recorded 13 missQj each, while Bill Vinson, Gedyce Roberds and Don McCool had 14 misses each. B. C. Hays, I. K. Phillips and Don McKinnerney all missed 15 each, and Todd Monroe, Jenny Rasmey and Warren Alexander missed 16 each. Missing 17 each were Walter Rober- ds, Erma Monroe, Michael Riddle, Clayton Simmons and H.R. Allen. Letha Moore missed 18 while Larry Massingill, Joyce Baker and Pauline Ferguson missed 19 each. Leona Lewis missed 22 and Kim McClary missed 25. Gaston will receive a $50 Savings Bond for his correct predictions. Entries for the next contest must be in The News office by 4:30 p.m. on Friday to be included in the judging. Only one entry per person is allowed and Social Security number must be in- cluded on the entry. The Cross Roads game and Boston University games were thrown out of the contest due to errors. Those two games were not included at all in the judging. Ties are counted as misses unless they are marked as a tie by the contestant. Everyone is urged to become Satur- day night quarterbacks and to try their chances as predicting the winners for the coming weekend. *JIMMY CARTER--The Trinidad back was the workhorse for the Trojans' offense against powerful Leon. The Cougars belted Trinidad, 48-0. Texas loses 4-3 in eighth inning ARLINGTON, TEXAS -- Lance Parrish hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning Sunday night to power the Detroit Tigers to a 4-3 comeback vic- tory over the Texas Rangers. Texas led 3-2 entering the eighth but Kirk Gibson opened with a triple off starter Danny Darwin, who had struck out six and scattered five hits. Mark Mercer came on to relieve and struck out the next two batters, but Parrish tagged him for his ninth homer of the year. 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TD's Russell Tarver 90 7 4 I 1 PUNTING Player Yards Punts Average Longest Blkd. Vic Kirkland 132 5 26.4 39 0 Lance Garrett 35 1 35.0 35 0 Totals 167 6 27.8 39 0 SCORING Player Points TD's FG's PAT's Other Vic Kirkland 6 1 0 0 0 Russell Tarver 6 1 0 0 0 James Jackson 6 1 0 0 O Clint Clements 3 0 0 3 0 Totals 21 3 0 3 0 LA Kings winger, Simmer, has metal plate Los Angeles Kings winger Charlie getting up and down the ice: Simmer has a metal plate and nine screws in his leg after he broke it last "My wife is going'Lo be sitting behind season, the goal with a big magnet, and I'll just But he says he won't have any trouble skate toward her." LITTLE TRANSFER & STORAGE qent for Mayflower ESTIMATES WITHOUT OBLIGATION. 31 Corsicana, Texas L~.