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T he Ma_~ k o f_fN e_w_s ,_Th_ _m'_s d_a__Y,0__C t_ 8_, I ~ I ~1 ~. ~BENNY ROGERS Rodney Dangerfield 1981 schedule-Red Oak- alot of respect, here underdog and 14 games, used of a capacity a solid effort and of the Tigers to scare into the visitors, before falling loud warning early that if the complacent D to obtain their fifth win of it would be earned. The zig-zag running of and a swarming defense to Tigers to a 0.0 halftime Red Oak defense stymied Wishbone offense, the help their cause, md suffering three The Hawks also turned seven times via four pass thefts. Un- Hawks the miscues times. l last half offensive output Tigers to edge past the total yardage late going and the of Homer Turner and the last I effort of John Anderson 13-10. the first scoring in the opening round second punt. t their own 38, the Hawks line before on an unsuccessful situation. Bisor, who with 72 yards rushing, punter call against I progress the drive. Run Speed, Joe Kyle Kilman Malakoff defense as the into a threatening came up with the Anderson for a close call with the awoke slumbering as the Tigers finally if a score. who topped the chart with 47 yards on off gains of eight, 26 James Jackson added of real estate to advance Red Oak 33. Tarver 18- to move the line of three short gains by Jackson the Tigers faced 0he with 5:48 to go in the got the call on the crucial fine the llne busy as and Matt Donica back for a one-yard later the Tigers were pigskin again following a of a Red Oak fumble. Infraction against the which moved the Oak 12, Whiteley and Tarver hand-offs to the Facing third and nine from the 34, the Tigers' fall down offense, sending Tarver lofted a rainbow-sweeping the Hawks into the field house with aerial the direction of John McCaln. their fourth loss and a whole lot of Red Oak's Marvin Grounds tipped the respect. pass at the last moment, but the con- The Tigers, now 5.0 and owners of a centrating McCain was able to clutch six game winning streak, observe an the deflection and Jaunt into the end open date tomorrow night and will zone with 3:27 to go. Clements was true debut in 18AAA play next in Tiger with the PAT to up the Malakoff lead to Stadium against Rusk. The Hawks, now 13-0. 1-4, open loop play in Joshua Friday. Anderson provided the Red Oak fans with some last minute heroics as he ~[~TaawcE Ih~Aeff kl 0rod quickie passed the Hawks on to the 1o 11 scoreboard. After hooking up with Scott vm~ a.~.a m 7, Shaw and Harrison, Anderson called v,,.~.m, Sl 1o, Shaw's number for a four-yard scoring T.~v.,. m 1,o Pm 4/11 e/IS strike. Harrison shoed the PAT to cut ,M,~,~m,,~~ ) the Tiger advantage to 13-7 with 49 r,,~,,/tJ 7/4 ,/4 seconds remaining, h.~ ,/u 7/7) The Hawks' last grasp hope-an on- p,m 4/a.x s/40.s side kick-failed as Carey Jackson went scon~ ev ~mas high off the ground to capture the u,~ o 0 4 7 .. precious ball. Tarver proceeded into a,do~ a a o 7 .7 TIGER SEASON STATISTICS (After 5 Games ) RUSHING Player Yards Carries Average Longest TD's James Jackson 301 44 6.8 44 1 Billy Whiteley 218 49 4.4 29 I Bruce Chapman 143 24 5.9 26 2 James Mastin 126 20 6.3 16 1 Homer Turner 95 22 4.3 14 I Russell Tarver 70 35 2.0 25 I Scott Clendenning 55 10 5.5 14 0 Lance Garrett 31 12 2.5 6 0 Joe Davis 5 1 5.0 5 0 Todd Shelton 5 2 2.5 7 0 Robert Borah 4 2 2.0 2 0 Vic Kirkland -4 1 -4.0 -4 0 TOTALS 1053 221 4.7 44 7 RECEIVING Player Yards Rcpt.'s Average Longest TD's Vic Kirkland 303 12 25.2 50 4 James Jackson 134 4 33.4 53 3 John McCain 52 3 17.3 34 1 James Mastin 12 1 12.0 12 0 Kyle Kilman 11 1 11.0 11 1 Robert Sarah 10 1 10.0 10 0 Clint Clements 9 1 9.0 9 0 Scott Clendenning 4 I 4.0 4 0 TOTALS 535 24 22.3 53 9 PASSING Player Yards Attmpts. Cmplt.'s Int.'s TD's Russell Tarver 525 54 23 8 9 Todd Shelton 10 3 1 1 0 James Jackson 0 3 0 0 0 TOTALS 535 60 24 9 9 PUNTING Player Yards Punts Average Longest Blocked Vic Kirldand 479 17 26.2 45 0 Lance Garrett 35 I 35.0 35 0 TOTALS 514 * 18 28.5 45 0 SCORING Player Points TD's FG's PAT's Other James Jackson 24 4 0 0 0 Vic Kirkland 24 4 0 0 0 Bruce Chapman 14 2 0 0 1 Clint Clements 10 0 0 10 0 Billy Whiteley 8 I 0 0 I James Mastin 8 1 0 0 1 Russell Tarver 6 1 0 0 0 Kyle Kilman 6 1 0 0 0 Homer Turner 6 1 0 0 John McCain 6 ,1 0 0 0 TOTALS 112 10 0 10 3 n end behind Jackson and By BENNY ROGERS eight-yard run off tackle. The try for down moving the The Malakoff Junior Varsity used a two failed, leaving the final score at 43- yard ofpaydirt, steady ground attack and a sterling 0. the Tigers on the defensive performance to destroy the In other action Thursday night the b~ first touchdown Red Oak Hawks 43-0 here Thursday ninth graders were bombed, 41-14, the to handle a Tarver night eighth graders were downed, 14-6, and Baker recovered The jayveos trek to Palestine tonight the seventh graders battled their Red s left in the Oak coutnerparts to a 0.0 deadlock. JUNIOR CIRCUIT STANDINGS the Malakoff W L T of 13 and 15 yards to Team near the mldfleld Junior Varsity 2 1 0 reached the halls Seventh Grade I 2 1 Jackson picked-off an Eighth Grade 0 2 2 as time expired to deny end the scoreless hall Freshmen o 4 0 caller the arms Malakoff with to go in the the Anderson to cough up of Speed on Turner erased the the scoreboard when leR end behind a clearing scoring scamper. materialized as the r flew over the holder's swarmed kicker (Thursday) for a 7 p.m. battle with the Palestine Westwood junior varsity. While the two teams both reside in District 18AAA the contest will not count.!n the loop standings. Coach Willie Wilson's crew, now 2-1 on the season, took the opening kick-off and drove 68 yards in 10 plays for their first assault of the scoreboard. Joe bailey capped the opening drive, diving in from the two with 5:26 to go in the opening stanza. Bailey also added the PAT to put the Tigers on top 7.0. Midway through the second quarter following big defensive plays by John Tanner, Tim Ferrell, Warren Alexan- der an Craig Spivey, Todd Locke crashed in from the one and Bailey shoed the point after to up the margin to 14.0. Four minutes later Locke once again found the promised land, scam- pering in from the 11. Bailey was true with the kick to give the Tigers a 21.0 lead at the intermission. This with another fumble plays following the Roy Glover, who at nose guard, Irring blow to Bisor. take advantage of as Bill Culpepper pass on the ensuing The Tigers struck for two touchdowns within a span of 31 seconds one minute deep into the third quarter. Gary Woolverton ran in from two yards out for the first quick six. Bailey's PAT was blocked. Thirty-one seconds later quar- terback Danny Wilson connected with a wide-open Mike Riddle for a 26-yard touchdown pass. Woolverton swept the end for the two-point conversion to put the contest Denis the Tigers on top 35-0. an Anderson pass in !or Scot Harrison on The Tigers' defense was rewarded for raced to the Red its effort early in the final period when stopped from Ferrell blocked a Rod Oak punt on the call against the Red five-yard line and tackled the Tigers back to the recovering Hawk in the end zone for a was set up for the safety. Two minutes later Locke scored his third six-pointer of the contest on an Week's Games Tom Finley Averages Lm W**k 13-12 Oumd177.47.1 Trinidad at Oakwogd '" Oliwood Cross Roads at Cayuga Calmp Mebank st Kemp Mallank Eustace at Edpwoed EdlPmmd ,, :. Corsicana at Ath'ens~mum .... V!~.at Kaufman van Nasarro at HCJC INmm) Kilgore at Tyler JU " ~;~1 Bayior at SMU ~so TCU at Rice TCU Houston at Texas A&M Hou~ Arkansas at Texas Tech Mlasaaa Oklahoma vs, Texas Teas Georgia et Miuissippi ..... Florida St. at Notre Dime .oow tom Georgia Tech it Tennessee Tenneae, UCLA at Stanford OCLA Air Force at Navy Cincinnati at Baltimore Cincls~ mMpm Kmas ~q~ Wamlqton pmmuqp, Houlon o,n** 'i U e missed 19 along with Robert Gaston. Jones Mitch out B. C. Hayes in Riser, Dana Wilson, Sam Ramzey and a win this week in Godyce Roberds missed 20 each, football contest.Missing 21 were Don McCool, Becky game predictions Gawlick, Malcolm quattlebaum, took 10 in the Russell Rogers and Tndd Monr~, game while Mandy ~togers, Larry Massingili, Curtis Simmons and Jan Phillips inch came in a close third missed 22. upsets missing 16. a close race wereOn down the line Don McKinnerney, Atkins with 17 Pauline Ferguson and Jenny Ramsay missed 23 each, and Joyee Baker missed 24. Phillips will be. sent a 150 Savings bond as his prize. Los Angeles at Atlanta Uakland at Kansas City Washington at Chicago Ciemltnd at Pittsburgh Seattle at Houston Dallas at ~ln francisco A DIVING STOP--Tiger halfback Bruce Chapman fell victim to this diving Red Oak Hawk tackle. Chapman led all Tiger rushers with 47 yards on eight carries. Watching in the background are Russell Tarver (151 and James Jackson (16). The Tigers downed Red Oak 13-7. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) ONE STEP TOO FAR--Red Oak's Scott Ilarrlson overran this pass from quarterback John Anderson by one step against the Tigers last Friday. Defending for the Tigers is Billy Whlteley (44). Malakoff edged Red Oak 13-7 to remain unbeaten in five outings. The Tigers are open this week. (Photo by Mike Collins) Baltimore ,C~c,n ~-d~5 9attmm~ LOS Angeles Atlanta ,-,,~ -,,e--m a~_Lt__J u Kansas City Oakiand ...... Washington .... Chicago ' ~';';"t~ Pittsburgh ClevelanO ....... I~ Houston gO~Uu~ .......................... ~ratttw Oallu O~lllas ,.,,.R kiiama ~-------t~A~er- ................. Oaki..d ......... ~ .................. Washington ................. -ehicatm .......................... Last Week 12-13 Last Week 13-12 Overall 70-54.1 "----- Overall 88.36-1 ----- Trinidad uatwood Cayuga Cayuga - -- C.r.d. Mabank .......................... NibSa~i( Mabwnk Edpwond .... : .......... -Ed~W~-d" ........................ Comcana Corsicana ...... Gorsi~ Van van Van. Navarre Navarre "" i~lllore KiIIw,, .- T~.~; 'C 5MU :SMU TCU TCll -~ I ~Adi~e ~flHI Houston Houston Arkansas Arkansas ........................... -~ Texas Texas Y,,n .... L Ge~gia Georgia ..-..,s.- Notre Dame ~ Ns~m-O~ T,~nnessee Tdnn e',~ee ~wq[twTet'ff Stanford ' ' ' Stanford --~I~I:~ Navy ......... Navy .... ~nn Rounsnvall Bealsa.w Ilogers I,ori ('nllsawn.~ Chip Souza Sine)' Ilunncsask~ SWEEPING IN STRIDE--Malakoff's leading rusher. James Jackson, swept left end for more yardage as Bruce Chapman prepared to block. Malakoff defeated Red Oak in Red Oak last Friday to run their season record to 5-0. (Photo by Mike Collins)