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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Oct. 1, 1981--5A .( ROGERS After another Eagle punt, the Tigers 10 yards, Chapman dove in from the one on a full serving ofhad another drive end on the Canton 20. with 28,seconds remaining in the third order of revenge, the Facing fourth and 11 from that point, as stanza. Chapman also scored th( continued their win-a result of a consistent pass rush from crucial two pointer to push the Malakof Friday night with a 15-6 Canton's Paul Walukas, Bill McCllster lead to 15-0. Eagles before a and Robbie Allen, the Tigers attempted While Chapman stole the spotlight crowd, a 37-yard Clements field goal. The with his slashing, second effort running rushing attack, a would-be three pointer was partially the offensive line was the unsung Unbreakable, defense and blocked by Wilson to turn hack the heroes of the drive, creating gaping turnovers, the Tigers driving Tigers with 7:07 left in the half. running lanes. Putting in time on the Year's 14.10 loss to the The defensive units took center ring Tiger line were Tom Byers, Todd their current win- in the half's final seven minutes, for- Monroe, Roy Glover, Tim Mattingly, five games and uppedcing two exchanges of punts andCareyJackson, Denis and Holyfield. Worksheet to 4-0. The coming up with two interceptions. Two offensive series later, facing other hand, saw their Kirkland picked off a Corry pass, while fourth and inches from their own 45, the streak snapped. Corry intercepted Tarver in the Canton Eagles moved to the Malakoff 17 on a Eagles fall to a 2-1end zone as time expired. 38-yard pass and run play of a Corry-to- The Tigers dodged a deadly bullet in Allen aerial. Three plays later Wilson proved to be a the opening minutes of the second half. took a pitch from Corry after the signal battle" between The Eagles camped on the Malakof caller had frozen the Tiger defense with Jackson and Can- four-yard line four plays deep into the an inside fake to Bud Sanford, and instead of the an- half by virtue of long Wilson gainers. Jaunted into the promised land to end match up On the drive's fifth play Wilson was the Tiger defense's scoreless streak. and Canton's unable to handle a Corry hand-off and The pass attempt for two points failed, Wilson won the ground fumbled into the waiting arms of leaving the Tigers on top 15-6 with 3:53 149 yards on 20 Kirkland on the Tiger three, remaining. finished a few yardsFollowing an unsuccessful ofensive The Eagles had one more offensive with 132 steps on 15series by both teams, the Tigers opportunity, following a Tiger punt, capitalized on a Canton turnover, with just under two minutes to play, but who are both Harold Holyfield scooped-up a Kirk Whiteley, Denis and a large supporting top of the East Texas Pierce fumble for the Tigers on the cast stopped the hosts on four straight nights, although Tiger 40 with 4:50 to go in the third downs to regain possession. Tarver watched several of their quarter. At this point Bruce Chapman proceeded to initiate the Tigers' "fall through the grasps of alerted the Eagles to the fact he was down offense," eliminating the final 32 receivers. Tarver was alive in the Tiger backfield, seconds from the clock. of 15 aerials, including' The 160-pound reserve halfback, who The Tigers close out the non-district for 71 yards. Corry entered the game after James Mastin portion of their schedule tomorrow six of 21 for 68 yards of suffered an ankle injury, carried the night in Red Oak as they meet the mail on five of the drive's nine plays for Hawks. The Eagles get down to serious 32 of the 40 yards. After gains of 12 and business as they open 15AAA warfare totaled 342 yards rushing output. The force held the of- Eagles to 168 rushing total. The Eagles, did manage to do other team had found he previous 16 quar- six-pointer on the Canton pushed the in the final period to : at 19 quarters. the capacity crowd seats following the national anthem, the by Billy Whiteley, Jackson and Tar- the visitors possession Tarver flicked a Screen to Vlc Kirkland, tackles and darted Lint Clements shoed e Tigers a 7-0 lead. Eagles quickly territory following the on a 20-yard Wilson Eagles found to come by as Ron and WhReley solved punt. their own 26, the Tigers )ff large chunks of yar- of the after faking to Whiteley would either keep pitch to Jackson. The drive 20 after the Tigers on a fourth and five against the Van Vandals in the Vandals' r,~,= ]7 homecoming game. Kick-offs are set v,,*b~n, zT~ Yar~ Pang 7 ] for 8 p.m. and 7: 30 p.m. respectively, r~ v,,- ue GAME AT A GLAN~J Pm S/15 0m.~a, k l Con(u FIInbIw/Lnt |/I I$ Ptm~es 4/30 3/17 IU Punb 4/~.4 I/?t,7 U SCOS[ ey qUlil~SS zss ll~4c~ 7 s l 0 .IS I/Zl ~stm S O e s 4 z I/z ~ Mmdmm.~ SACKING THE QUARTERBACK--Highly touted Canton quarterback Lewis Corry found the grasp of VIe Kirkland too much to overcome on this play in the two teams' battle in Canton last Friday. The Tigers downed the Eagles 15-6 before a standing-room-only crowd. Malakoff plays Red Oak in Red Oak tomorrow night. (Staff photo by Lorl Callaway) MALAKOFF ! i:ii i~ i. CUTBACK TIME--Malakoff's talented James Jackson prepared to make a cut behind the fastly-approaching Canton players. Jackson rushed for 132 yards on 15 carries to lead the Tigers to a 15-6 decision over the Eagles. (Staff photo by Lore Callaway) ht St. rs! .MATT ANDING--The Cross Roads punter had punts of 35, 33, 33 and 30 yards versus the Mildred Eagles in Mildred last Friday. Cross Roads lost 25-0 to fall to 1-3 on the year. .VlC KIRKLAND--Malakoff's all- purpose player caught a 50-yard touch- down pass, intercepted one pass and recovered one fumble in the Tigers' 15-6 win over the Canton Eagles. .( By WAYNE GUNNELS If you have a soft spot for birddogs and a love of the outdoors and hunting, then there is a new organization in this area that can't help but catch your interest. It's called the Henderson County Bird Hunter's Association and it offers you and your favorite dog a chance to compete with other hunters from all over Texas. Our club will hold a Shoot-To-Retrieve Field Trial October 10 and 11th at Brownsboro and we'd like to invite the public to come either as contestants or spectators. Unlike the big money, horseback field trials, our hunts are held with the contestants walking with their dogs and actually shooting the bird pointed for the dog to retrieve. The spectators are seated safely on a hilltop overlooking the birdfield, and will be able to see all the action as it takes place. Let me say once again, that we are an amateur club formed for the sole purpose of enjoying ourselves and our dogs, and giving some of our dogs a chance at a little recognition for what they can do. We'd like to encourage anyone who would be interested to come out and have fun with us. Todd Monroe Offensive Lineman Ron Speed Defensive Lineman James Jackson Offensive Back Billy Whiteley Defensive Back last Cross Roads with nine tackles Friday. Mildred the after James Masti'n left Malakoff's reserve the Tigers to a 60- in the second half. nine times for 54 yar- ~LL--Cross Roads' had a 33-yard Caught one pass and and five assists in setback to Mildred .HAROLD HOLYFIELD, .CAREY JACKSON, .TIM MATTINGLY, . TODD MONROE, . TOM BYERS, . RON DENIS, ROY GLOVER--The Malakof Offensive Line created huge running lanes, enabling the Tigers to rush for 271 yards in their 15-6 win over Canton Friday night in Canton. Sting meets NY in Soccer Willy Roy, coach the lack of overt eagerness did not says whining the signify apathy. i money. He "We don't need to get psyched two or three days before the game," Chinaglla I for his first North said. "On the morning of the game, you League chain- will see the tension building all the way Sting take on to the game. We will rise to the oc- Stadium. casion. We always do." their fourth Utle aloof and match, while as bubbly as kids , from home. by the coolness of said as his squad they've been $10,000 |" Giorgio ChlnagUa many highly ex- who are also competition, to get ex- '81. But he said This Soccer Bowl promises to be the most evenly matched and aggressive in NASL history. Both teams have nearly identical statistics in scoring and defense, and each boasts a top quality attack with three forwards. Each has one of the two all-time highest goal getters in the league. The Cosmos lead with Chinaglia and the Sting's Karl-Heinz Granitza, who has an uncanny ability to score on free kicks, comes in second. Marking Chinaglla will be Frantz Mathieu, who earned the nickname Haitian Hurricane because of his speed. 310 This Week s Games j m ~'inley Averages HI Melakoff at Red Oak Palmr at Crm RowIs Last Week 16-9 Overall 64-35-1 Poser Trinidad at Scurry-Roaer Scurq.Roam' Lom Oak Lone Oak at Eushw~ Leon at Cayup G.roM Saline It Kemp Cayup R!ins at Mabank Athens et~lMowater Canton at Van Grand ~ln. Mabank Giodowmr Volt Kaufman it Wills Point Wills Point wMrton at HCJC --T-l~or JC at None 61inn it Kil|~'e Stephen F, Austin st Lamer Arkansas el TCU eaylo(et Houston Texas A&M at Texas Toch FloflUe St. lit Ohio St Nliw at Yale N. Carolina at Geowl~a Toch Cleveland at I.m Anpios Green Day et NY Gilints Detroit st Tampa Bay Kansas City at Now EnlPend Dallas lit St louis Nm KHIom Houston Team A&M Ohio St. Heath Cm,na Chmland N.Y. Giants Now tqknd Dallas Ann Raunsavall I~ Week 16-9 Palmm Tdnldad . 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