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Friday, September 15, 2006 - The MalakoffNews - Page 17 q== .~. By Michael V. Hannigan The News Staff TRINIDAD - The Trinidad Trojans notched eight plays of 25 yards or more in blowing out the Greenville-Christian Eagles, 58-8, Friday night. The game ended at the half because of the six-man foot- ball 45-point mercy rule. The win keeps the Trojans' record perfect at 2-0 on the year. Although Trinidad racked up more than half-a-hundred points in just two quarters, it actually didn't play a whole lot of offense. The Troj#.ns had three one-play scoring drives, two two-play scoring drives, and one drive that took a whopping three plays before Trinidad found the end zone. In fact, despite being out- played, Greenville-Christian ran twice as many offensive plays as Trinidad: 46 to 23. Even Womack got things started off tbr the Trojans in the first quarter, scoring on a 3- yard plunge which was ,set up by a 25-yard completion from Brandon Polk to Logan Lundy. After Greenville-Christian gifted the Trojans with two STAFF PHOTO Tutu Jenkins bursts onto the field last week before Trinidad ripped Greenville-Christian, 58-8 points for a safety on a bad snap which sailed through the end zone, the big plays really started to add up. First, D.J. Hubbard raced for 56 yards for a touchdown, weaving his way from one sideline to the other. Minutes later, Polk hooked up with Stacey Womack on a 47-yard touchdown pass. Less then two minutes after that, on the second play of the second quarter, Stacey Womack scam- pered around the right side, covering 51 yards before hit- ting the end zone. With.Stacey Womack making two kicks and missing two others along the way, the Trojans had a commanding 32-0 lead 30 sec- onds into the second quarter. The Eagles finally got on the board on the ensuing kickoff when Joe Kiilgore took the ball the length of the field - which in six-man is 80 yards. With Brock Dumdie adding the kick, CJreenviUe-Christian cut the lead to 32-8. From Staff Reports" FROST - The Cross Roads Bobcats fell behind early Friday night, and despite fighting back in the second half dropped to 0-2 on the young season with a 15-6 loss to Frost. Frost opened up the scor- ing in the first quarter on a 36-yard pass from Rustin Mayse to Chris Etmore. A 27-yard Eric Martinez field goal in the second quarter gave Frost a 9-0 halftime lead. The Bobcats came roaring back in the second half, with Joseph Kirkpatrick scoring on a 2-yard run to cut the lead to 9-6. But a l-yard Elmore touchdown in the fourth quarter put the game away for Frost. Cross Roads was led on the ground by Jeff Mayhall, who picked up 80 yards on 12 car- ries. Kirkpatrick added 45 yards on 13 carries, and Cody Quinn had 13 yards on four carries. Kirkpatrick also connected on 4-of-12 passing for 44 Helping the world hear better PETITE PLUS OPERA PLUS Trinidad didn't let the score stay that close for long. On the second play after getting the ball back, Stacey Womack took a handoff from Polk straight up the middle, broke a tackle, and outran the entire Eagle defense 70 yards for the scoro:. ~"" Hubbard added scoring runs of 29 and 47 yards later in the half, and Polk finished off the scoring by hooking up with Tutu Jenkins on a 50-yard catch and run. Stacey Womack led all rush- ers:with 145 yards on five car- ries and two touchdowns rush- ing and one receiving. Hubbard added 139 yards on five carries and three touch- downs. The Trojans out produced the Eagles 417 yards to 70, and the Trinidad defense held Greenville-Christian to minus- 6 yards rushing. Hubbard finished the game by picking off a desperation Eagle pass on the final play of the half. The Trojans welcome Heritage-Christian to Trinidad next week. Kick off is sched- uled for 7:30 p.m. yards, but was picked off twice. Shane Mitchum had two catches for 32 yards for the Bobcats, and John Talley had two catches for 21 yards. The Bobcats will try and break into the win column next week at home against Rice. Kick off is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. "Serving East Texas families for over 65 years" Underclass Roundup-- JV Lady Tigers beat Cross Roads The Malakoff junior varsity Lady Tigers hosted Cross Roads last week, coming out with what coach Matt Wittram described as a "tough and hard fought victory." The Lady Tigers broke out on top with a 25-20 win, but fell in the second game 24-26. "We started out slow in Game 2, but almost came from behind to pull out the victory," said Wittram. Game 3 was tight throughout, but the Lady Tigers pulled away from the Lady 'Cats in the end, 25-18. Malakoff freshman rip Scurry-Rosser The Malakoff Lady Tigers freshmen volleyball team traveled to Scurry- Rosser Friday, Sept. 8, winning in two games: 25- 16, 25-7. "They did an outstand- ing job," said coach Ashley Grace. MMS take three from Rice The Malakoff Middle School volleyball teams played Rice on Monday Sept. 11. "All four teams per- formed extremely well," said coach Donna Samples. Both the seventh grade A and seventh grade B teams won their games. Seventh grade B played two 15 minute games, fin- ishing with scores of 37- 14 and 38-19. "These ladies show improvement with each game they play," said Samples. Seventh grade A kept their undefeated season going with victories of 25- 6 and 25-13. "This team is working very hard to advance their volleyball skills as they learn more complex parts of the game of volleyball," Samples said. Both the eighth grade A and eighth grade B teams played close games against Rice. 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