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Page 2B - The News - Friday, September : }0, 2016 Sports / The News Staff Reports five touchdowns, includ- scoring with a six-yard tackled a Whitney run- ------- ing four through the air, run before Everardo ner in the endzone for MALAKOFF-The while senior QT Barker Garcia kicked the PAT. a safety. No. 4 ranked Malakoff had three touchdowns. Tyler Russell caughtRJ Carr scored on a Tigers cruised to an Barker sqored the Ti- a 15-yard pass from easy 68-7 win Sept. 23 gers' final points of the Miller for the Tigers' game on 80-yard in-next score before Miller after opening district 9-3A play with a 68-7 win against the Whitney Wildcats. Junior quarterback Judd Miller only played one series in the second half, but still managed Hornets touchdown. After the PAT, the score was 28-7. The Hornets scored two touchdowns in the final quarter, a '7-yard run by Fulton and a 28-yard run by Kami- on Tanner to bring the score to 14-7. Mabank's terception x the Tigers a Whitney on a three- in the fourti the shutout. Miller final poinL, Ty Mathis run with remaining. Panthers Mikey Th( pleased wi etum to put head 68-0. 1-3) scored run late to break up pened the came on a touchdown seconds Head Coach ,mpson was th the boys effort, but says the Pan- thers have to cut out / The Jerquindon Taylor gets tackled after Hornets 41-14 victory over the Mab Sept, 23. qews Photo~Sam Epps a run in the nk Panthers ATHENS Water lightly stained; 87-84 degrees; 0.60' low. Black bass are fair on weightless worms, buzzbaits and Texas rig creature baits. Crappie are good on minnows and white jigs. Catfish are slow on trotlines. connected with Barker on a 65-yard play to put Malakoff ahead 21-0. Russell scored on a 28-yard pass from Mill- er to put Malakoff ahead 28-0 before Larry Coker Continued from Page IB giving away turnovers if they are going to win. "Our kids played ex- tremely hard for all four quarters of the game," Thompson said. "We have got to get over the hump of being a 'young team' and quit making mistakes. Turnovers and penalties at key mo- ments of the game have cost us all year." According to Thomp- son the Panthers are averaging a healthy 5.6 yards per rush, and are, on average, giving up less than 300 yards defensively per game. "I am proud of our kid's effort," he said. "We don't give up! Rebuilding this program is a process." Joey Schmidt led Ma- bank in rushing with 41 yards on four carries. Its defense was led by Hunter Caves with 12.5 tackles, including one for a loss. CEDAR CREEK Water lightly stained; 80-84 degrees; 1.00' low. Black bass are good on Texas rigged worms and shakyheads near docks and shal- low cover. White bass are good on slabs. Hy- brid striper are good on slabs. Crappie are good on minnows. Catfish are fair on trotlines. TEXAS STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING NETWORK REAL ESTATE SCHOOL/TRAINING FAIRFIELD Black bass fishing re- ported as significantly improved. 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