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Page 6-MALAKOFF NEWS-Oct. 7, 1976 ......... h Tigers Fight Vandals To Wire-But Lose By Tom He.rUne Malakoff's Fighting Tigers fought the Van Van- dals down to the wire Fridav night before losing in the final two minutes 19-14. The Tigers had gone into the locker room at halftime with a thin 14-13 edge, and played scoreless ball with the Vandals until Van's Skipper McClelland streaked across the goal line from the 11 yard line to score his second touchdown of the night and snatch victory away from the Tigers. Van scored first with 59 seconds left in the first quarter, when McClelland broke loose for a 56 yard run to paydirt. Malakoff's Mike Chandler almost caught him near the goal line, but McClelland outdistanced him. McClelland, a one,man team for Van Friday night, also kicked the PAT'to put the Vandals ahead 7-0. Midway in the second quarter, the Tigers evened things up. Chandler took a punt on the Van 40 and carried it back 35 yards to the Van 5 before being forced out of bounds. Then, with third and three to go for a TD, Larry Graves fumbeled a handoff which rolled into the end zone where end Dana Wilson alertly pounced on it to save the TD for the Tigers. Bill Mullins kicked the extra point to put the Tigers even with the Vandals. After Van was unable to move the ball on the next series of downs, Malakoff took over after Van's punt on their own 30. Larry Graves, on the first play from scrimmage zipped through the middle of the Van line and outran every- body for a touchdown to put the Tigers out front for the first time in the game. Mullins kicked the extra point and the Tigers held a 14-7 lead with 4:26 left in the first half. In the closing minutes of the first half, Chandler inter- cepted Brian McFarlin's pass on the Van 35 and carried it to the 31. But two plays later Jimmy Williams fumbled and Van recovered the ball on the Van 45. Van hurriedly tried to get an offense going as the seconds ticked off, but halftime . caught up with the Vandals as they reached the Malakoff 30. A Malakoff fumble set up Van's next score late in the third quarter. Quarterback Benny Rogers had the ball torn away from his grasp at his own 31-yard line, and Van recovered. Van methodically worked the ball down to the 17 where McFarlin unleashed a pass to McClelland for paydirt. McCleiland's PAT attempt was blocked, and the Tigers held a slender 14-13 edge. Neither team seemed able to assemble an offense in the final quarter, and Malakoff spent much of the time backed up near its own goal line. As the game neared its close Benny Rogers punted from his own 15, the ball landed on the Malakoff 38 and took a an bounce back to the Malakoff 30 yard line. where it rolled out of bounds. Van's Harold Johnson picked up a first down for the Vandals on two runs of four yards and 6 yards. He picked up nine more down to the Malakoff 11. Then with 1:56 left in the game, Johnson carried the ball in for the touchdown. A personal foul on the touchdown play against. Malakoff was carried over to the kickoff, and Van kicked to Malakoff from the Mala- koff 45. A short kick was taken by Malakoff's Jimmy Williams for five yards back to the 25. Another penalty put Malakoff back on their own 10. On fourth and 26, Chand- ler caught a pass on the 28-yard line, but it was five yards short of a first down. With 1:07 left, Chandler held onto the ball and let the clock run out. Flag Football Malakoff's eight-year-old Tigers Flag Football team defeated the Dolphins 20-0 in Athens Saturday morning. In the older group's games, Malakoff's Chargers fell victim to the Chiefs by a 19-13 score. John Costlow scored all three touchdowns in the 8-year-old game, and scored two extra points. BOAT STALLS For Rent-- Free Launch Star Harbor Marina Open 11 to dark Except Mon. 489-1575 4t Cedar Lake Win A $25 Nursing Home Savings Bond Agency 226 N. 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