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Page 18 - The MalakoffNews Friday, September 15, 2006 feast Malakoff rolls by ShelbyviUe, 35-6 By Michael V. Hannigan The News Staff ARP - The final touch- down run of Malakoff's 35- 6 thumping of Shelbyville last Saturday night tells the tale of the game. On a second-and-three play late in the fourth quar- ter, Tiger Jackie Coleman took a handoff from quar- terback Dalton Coia and swept through the right side of the line. Coleman easily picked up the first down before being hit, hard, along the right sideline. Instead of stepping out of bounds happy with the first down, Coleman continued to drive his legs, punishing the Dragon defenders. When the spinning and whirling senior finally came to a stop 32 yards later, still standing, he had his third touchdown of the game and Malakoffhad a 2- 0 record to start the season. While the Tigers weren't always pretty Saturday night - particularly during the second half when they had three turnovers - they were always devastatingly effective. The defense, in particu- lar, gave Shelbyville fits, intercepting three passes and holding the Dragons to just 160 total yards and seven first downs on the evening. The defense even got MIKE BROWNLOW PHOTO Malakoff's Dalton Coia races down the sideline alter intercepting a pass in Saturday's game against Shelbyville. things started on the score- board when, on the second play of the game, Coia intercepted a Ryan Wilburn pass and raced 40 yards for a touchdown. The Dragon's next drive also ended with an inter- ception, this time by Chris Harvin off a tipped pass, which set up Malakoff at the Shelbyville 47. Seven plays later, the big one a 21- yard pass from Coia to Scan Marks, Coleman had his first touchdown on a 13- yard run. Aaron Reed added the extra point, as he did on all five Malakoff touch- downs on the night, and the score was quickly 14-0. Coleman ended the night with 45 yards on six carries. Malakoff's one big defen- sive breakdown of the game - a 51-yard run by Dragon Michael Andrews - led to Shelbyville's only score on a one-yard plunge by Wilbum. The Tigers quickly answered back, however, scoring on a 15-yard pass from Coia to Coby Dawson, and Coleman scored on a five-yard run with just 32 seconds left in the second quarter to give Malakoff a 28-6 halftime lead. Stephen Ramsour iced the game late for the Tigers, intercepting a Andrews' pass. With the Dragon defense geared to stop MalakolTs bevy of talented tailbacks, Coia found enough space inside to lead all runners with 86 yards on 12 carries. Marks had a combined 84 yards from scrimmage on two catches and five car- ties. MICHAEL V. HANNIGAN PHOTO Brittany Dowell (2) goes up to block a Rice shot Tuesday night. Lady Tigers win district opener over Rice in five games From Staff Reports The Malakoff Lady Tigers opened up district play the right way Tuesday night, beat- ing Rice in five games: 23-25, 15-25, 25-18, 25-17, 15-9. "Our first two games we were not playing our best, but we overcame our problems," said head coach Ginger Reed. "I was very proud to see the girls step up and finish out the last three games. They never gave up and showed their determination that they could win." The team served 89 percent for the match, putting 92 of 103 serves in play. Player stats include: April Carroll, 19/19, 100 percent; Janice Richardson, 17/17, 100 per- cent; Gentry Garrison, 11/12, 92 percent; Raigen Garrison, 11/13, 85 percent; Rebecca Brownlow, 10/12, 83 percent; Kandra Hale, 14/17, 82 per- cent. Hitting, the team got in 145 of 171, or 85 percent. Player stats include: Janice Richardson, 22/24, 92 per- cent; Heather Scott, 10/11, 91 percent; Brittany Dowell, 21/24, 88 percent; Raigen Garrison, 14/16, 88 percent; Kandra Hale, 58/70, 83 per- cent. The team went 96 percent on sets, or 149 of 156. Player stats include: Raigen Garrison, 41/42, 98 percent; April Carroll, 61/63, 97 per- cent; Brittany Doweli, 13/14, 93 percent: In passing, the team was 236 of 279, or 85 percent, including: Raigen Garrison, 48/50, 96 percent; Janice Richardson, 18/19, 95 l r- cent; April Carroll, 24/26, 92 percent; Gabby Crockett, 29/32, 91 percent; Kandra Hale, 48/54, 89 percent; Gentry Garrison, 19/22, 86 percent. 1"be Lady Tigers trict game is at Frankston Sept. 19. Freshman action begins at 4:30 p.m. [ I, From Staff Reports The Cross Roads Lady 'Cats defeated Kemp in three games Tuesday night: 25-10, 26-24, 25-23. The win moves the Lady 'Cats' record to 6-8 on the year. The team was led by Chasity Pryor who went 27-for-27 serving, keeping every serve in play, and accounted for 22 service points. She also had 14 assists. Several players took advan- tage of Kemp at the net, with Marissa Penney notching eight kills, and Sarah Baker and Lindsey Cross getting four kills apiece. Bo Mil ler also had five kills, and added three blocks. Her sister, Brook, added seven assists. Kenzi Arnold led the team with eight digs, while Katie Elledge had seven and Casey Cerillo added a pair of digs. Meagan Tally, who has come back early from injury to give the Lady 'Cats a lift; pitched in with seven service points. Information for this story was submitted by CRISD coaches. Malakoff Lady Cross Roads in five games From Staff Reports The Malakoff Lady Tigers defeated the Cross Roads Lady 'Cats last Tuesday, Sept. 5, in five games: 25-8, 22-25, 25-18, 21-25, 15-8. In serving, the Lady Tigers were led by: Aptil Carroll, 23/23, 100 percent; Brittney Dowell, 13/14, 93 percent; Raigen Garrison, 17/19, 89 percent. Others above 80 per- cent included Janice Richardson and Gentry Garrison. Statistics on total blocks/blocks/and block tips include: Heather Scott, 3/3, 100 percent; Brittney Dowell, 84 percent. Others above 80 percent included Janice Richardson. Hitting/tips were led by: Brittney Dowell, 24/28, 86 percent; Kandra Hale, 27/33, 82 percent; Janice Richardson, 9/11, 82 percent; Heather Scott, 8/10, 80 per- cent. Setting statistics include: April Carroll, 39/40, 98 per- cent; Raigen Garrison, 29/30, 97 percent; Brittney Dowell, 12/13, 92 percent . In passing/coverage: Gabby Crockett, 10/1I, 91 percent; April Carroll, 17/19, 89 percent; Kandra Hale, 46/52, 88 percent; .Raigen Garrison, 25/29, 86 percent. Others above 80 percent included Rebecca Brownlow and Janice Richardson. Information for this stork' was provided by MISD coaches.