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Page 14A - The News ack Friday, October 19, 2012 Band Continued from Page 1A) The change was also ap- parently obvious to judges in Mesquite, recently. The Pride of Malakoff traveled to the annual Mesquite Marching Festi- val early this month and brought home a Division 1 rating. "They wanted to make a ' 1' and they went out there and got it, so props to them for working so hard to get it," Bentley told the Malakoff ISD Board of Trustees this week. "The thing I am happi- est to see improvement in so far this year is becom- ing more productive stu- dents and becoming more a part of the community," he said, "trying to reach out and find those other students and be more a part of our school." The band will be back in Mesquite Wednesday, Oct. 24, for U1L competi- tion. "I don't expect anything less than excellence," he said. Bentley is from Eustace, and is in his first year at Malakoff after three years as band director at Cayuga High School. Tigers (Continued from Page 1A) Twice, homecoming king Cesar Garcia trotted out to knock down field goals of 32 and 24 yards. He also converted on 5- of-5 PAT attempts. Damontes Dowell scored on runs of 35, 41, 5, and 21 yards. Taylor added a 17-yard touch- Lone Oak kept up with Malakoff early, finding the end zone on its first possession of the game on a 32-yard pass from Kyle Crow to Jace Hart. Crow also hooked up with Kason Freelen on a 45- yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. second half, however, holding the Buffaloes to just 76 yards of offense. Most of those yards came on Lone Oak's final pos- session, when the game's outcome was assured. Crow threw a third touch- down pass with less than a The game was close at minute remaining to set MICHAEL V. HANNIGAN PHOTO School Board Goodbyes Malakoff ISD School Board members Belinda Brownlow and Dr. Pat Smith were honored Monday, Oct. 15, following their final board meeting. Neither one is running for reelection. Pictured above (from left) are High School Princi- pal Daniel Barton, Brownlow, Superintendent Randy Perry, and Smith. down run to cap the half, 20-13. the final score. Malakoff's scoring in the Coordinator Brent The defense also contin- Signing third quarter. Watkins' came alive in the ued its ball-hawking ways, forcing another turnover on the season, this time an interception by Dariuhn Jackson. The Tigers will be trav- eling to Kemp Friday, Oct. 19, for another im- portant district contest. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. (Continued from Page 1A) "There were several friends and people from church who were praying for me," she said. "During those 90 minutes alone, 1 had a composure that was surely the result of all those prayers." After the debate she learned that the father of her partner, Rita Zirnheld, had passed away unex- pectedly. "I'm just kind of reel- ing," LeDonne said. "I was worried the whole time that something like that had happened." Zirnheld is a good friend and someone LeDonne looks up to as a mentor -- she brought LeDonne m on the debate job - and she knew her father, she said. "He was an amazing person," she said. While LeDonne had been in front of large crowds before in her 18 years as a deaf interpreter, and even signed for George W. Bush prior to him becoming president, the debate was the biggest Send news tips to malnews@embarqmail.com event she had ever worked. "It is the first time I had trouble hearing who I was interpreting because the clicking of camera shut- ters was drowning out the words," she said. "It was like that from beginning to end." But again, she leaned on her faith. "I always pray before a job like that, before, dur- ing and after even," she said. "Right before the de- bate started, at the seven- minute break, I was pray- ing non-stop By the time it all got under way, I was covered in peace." It seemed like the 90 minutes flew by to her, thankfully, but don't ask her who won the debate. Like a football referee who doesn't know the score at the end of a game, LeDonne was so fully im- mersed in the details of what she was doing that she couldn't follow the overall flow of the debate. She does know that the debate was good for Danville, where she now lives. "The whole town has been completely redone by this," she said. "Danville got a facelift; it was nice for our commu- nity." She calls Danville one of the best places for a deaf interpreter to live. It is home to the Kentucky School for the Deaf. It is also where she's overcome her greatest ob- stacle -- one that puts the debate in perspective. Last year, LeDonne bat- tled breast cancer. So in October, which is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, she stood by herself, but not alone, on a stage in the na- tional spotlight and did what she was trained to do. It is the type of situation that makes some people wilt and makes others stronger. But that doesn't worry LeDonne, who knows where to turn for her strength. 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