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Friday, September 15, 2006 - The MalakoffNews - Page 5 / ) t iii The Malakotf Tiger Band plays for the crowd to open the high school football season Sept. 1. STAFF PHOTO team Help raise scholarship funds for students and earn a chance to win a truck Special to The News Elder Dodge and the Malakoff Tiger Band announced the launch of the 2006 Hometown Scholarship Program, a campaign that will generate scbolarship fhnds lbr high school band students in Malakoff The Hometown Scholarship Program is part of Elder Dodge commitment to support high school band in their hometown community Sept 15 through Nov 13, Malakoff band booster mem- COURTESY PHOTO Pictured with a 2007 Dodge Mega Cab are Malakotf T ler a suggested $5.00 donation at hometown football gaines" said MHS's new band director, Jeremy Jordan. "This innova- tive program creates scholar- ship money for band members to further their education, attend band activities, and enhance our band program." Texas High School Band programs make a positive dif- ference in the lives of students by" developing an appreciation for music that will last a life- time. The Texas Dodge MblS volleyball teams take on Blooming Grove From Staff Reportsbattled Blooming Grove to The Malakoff Middle the end, bm fell 25,-20, 26- School volleyball teams 24. played Blooming Grove "Both games were very last Thursday Sept. 7. The close," said Samples. Blooming Grove Lady The Middle School Lady Lions are a new district Tigers' will travel to opponent for Malakoff this Frankston Monday, Sept. year. 18, with the 8A, 7B and The seventh grade B combo teamsplaying. team started the evening Team members include: with two strong wins in 7thA: DanielleBrookins, both 20 minute games. The Kendolyn Crawlbrd, scores for these games Brianna Dennis,Raven were 22-16 and 34-14. Hope, Myriah Hull, "All 10 of these players Trenisha Jones,Molly worked hard to win these lame, KenNe Masterson, games," said coach Donna TiffanyMoore, Kelsie Samples. Schulte. The seventh grade A 7th B: Alex Claiboume, team followed with a deci- sive win of 25-12 in the Courmey Dawson, Tayler Grayer, Paige Harris, Paige :first game. Blooming Henson, Destiny lacono, Grove battled back to win Plantrese Jackson, the second game 20-25, but Kandace Johnson, Lauren the Lady Tigers tbught back in the third and decid- Jones, Katelyn Ridgle, ing game to win 25-19. Megan Shue, Kelsi Webb. "These seventh grade 8th A: Candra Daniels, ladies took this challenge Rayvonna Garner, Amanda and with team work and Gruschin, Jordan Lewis, hustle won," said Samples. Kayla Mullins, Carrie The ladies on the eighth Reeves, Erin Samples, grade B team were up next, Heather Steenson, Shelby and won their first 20-Tardiff, KatieVencil, minute game 27-21. The FeliciaWilliams. teams exchanged serves 8th B: Erin Abbe, Jaycie back-and-tbrth during the Arnold, Jenniti:r Bell, second 20-minute contest, Kaylie Crawford, Kynara with Blooming Grove edg- Davis, Ariel Driver, Josie ing the Lady Tigers 21-27 Hammond, Lindsey in the end. Jackson, Brittany Lester, Samples praised the Donna Molnar, Kourtney eighth grade B team's Monroe, Amber Smith. "excitement and detenni nation" during their time on lnformationJbr this" story the court, was provided by MISD bets will beat home football Band members Chades Moor, Alexandna Bennett and Dealers support of Texas band The eighth grade A team coaches. g es.to.requ t $5 sja este l'. Rebecca Telio . . . ,~16 ,~Jb~i31,1 afil61 a/'ll~'7,~ttl~ab! s; "' " { "I~"' ~ :L ~ ' ' ''. : ' " ~ ' I I ' ~' ' { tl g]r ge lu,},a cOfil/pfiho T:ggirt &igltler programs help to ensure quali- aonauons m o or mm,P, ,Nrr, U v, ," ty m{is,c ttcatmn for each Tt c,s .pturns into .t.w ,anl:;I t iiV d /s ; go tO Dodge ' :(71 ', s aent2 : HolI! town bcnmarsn!p Program. Ofthat $5 suggested the program may register to "We encourage parents, Today Texas Band serves bust in Malakoff donation, 100 percent of the win a 2007 Dodge Mega Cab families, neighbors and friends close to 100,000 students who proceeds will stay with the Truck and automatically of the Malakoff Band to sup- enroll in their local band pro- MalakoffBand to help support receive a voucher to redeem a port this program by providing grams. 'Cats finish third at From Staff Reports assists. Pt3,or had nine assists in Also pacing the Lady 'Cats The Cross Roads Lady Meagan Tally added six that game, and Bo Miller in the game were Marissa 'Cats took third place in the service points and Kenzi added four. Penney with five kills and Blooming Grove Tournament Arnold six digs, while Sarah Cross Roads bounced back seven digs, Katie Elledge last weekend. Baker and Lindsey Crossto win the third place game, with seven digs, Brook Miller Cross Roads started out by both had four kills apiece, beating Mart, 26-24, 25-20. beating Wortham first, 25-20, The Lady 'Cats fell in their Pryor had 10 service points with six assists and Kenzi 25-19. second game, going down 20- and 12 assists against Mart, Arnold with six digs. In that game, Chasity Pryor 25, 15-25 to Blooming and Baker had eight service Pryor was named to the all had 11 service points and I 1 Grove. points and nine kills, tournament team. 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