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................ i..7.-7 ..L.7..,L ,.  ....... :,.L,2_-,..: ............... :: ..........  .................................................... PAGE 4B - The Malakoff News -Wednesday, October 31, 2001 Sports & School i L i ii i Ma] akoffCross-Country I,oys prepare For regionals Jaramie Freese ready for the meet. We like our chances. We know it will take running in the mid 17's and low 18's as a team to advance. Last year's race was ran in slippery- sloppy and three inches of mud. It had rained all week, but it did not slow the determined Tigers The 2001 Regional Cross- Country meet will be held No- vember 3 at the Kate Barr-Ross Park in Huntsville. The Malakoff boys will run Satur- day at 12:30 p.m. At stake is a trip to the state meet, Novem- ber 10th in Round Rock. The top three teams and the top 10 individuals will advance. Representing the Malakoff Tigers 2001 District Runner-Up team will be junior and state qualifier of a year ago Ricky Carrico; senior John Tanner; senior Jason Yanna; senior Michael Scrimshire; junior Joel Tanner and sophomore Jaramie Freese. These young men placed tenth a year ago and want to do better this year as a team. Woden and Big Sandy are the favorites. The guys have been working extremely hard the past six days getting / Jason Yanna down. We are hoping for more of the same Regardless of the weather, the Tigers will give it there best shot. !i :: : John Tanner Joel Tanner Ricky Carrico Tri: fidad I S D Menus Week of November 5 BREAKFAST MENU Monday: Ham & Cheese Combo's, Cereal, Juice and Milk Tuesday: Muffins, Cereal, Juice and Milk Wednesday: Sausage Patty, Biscuit & Jelly, Scrambled Eggs, Juice and Milk Thursday: Morning Breakfast Roll, Cereal, Juice and Milk Friday: Cinnamon Toast, Ce- real, Juice and Milk LUNCH MENU Monday: Hot Dogs w/Chili & through November 9 Cheese, Carrot Stix, Fruit, Crackers and Milk Tuesday: Pizza or BBQ on Bun, W.K. Corn, Tossed Salad and Milk Wednesday: Hamburger on Bun or Chicken Salad, Fries, H.B.Salad and Milk Thursday: Chicken Patty on Bun or Taco Bowl, Lettuce & Tomato, P. Beans, Fiesta Rice, Crackers and Milk Friday: McRib on Bun or Corn Dog, Fries, Fruit, Cake and Milk HOLIDAY RECIPE SECTION November 14th I{-Mail: Malnc s ,'aol.o,i]l I"ax: ')03-489-2543 i,l" Vrile: I:(). Box 509 Malakoff. TX 75148 Don 't.forget to inchtde yore namc : Football MALAKO F FN EWS. CO M Malakoff ISD 1V[enus Week of November 5 through November 9 BREAKFAST MENU Monday: Texas Toast, Cereal or Cinnamon Toast, Cereal, Juice and Milk Tuesday: Texas Toast, Cereal or Doughnut, Juice and Milk Wednesday: Texas Toast, Cereal or Pancake & Sausage Stick, Juice and Milk Thursday: Texas Toast, Ce- real or Oatmeal, Toast, Juice and Milk Friday: Texas Toast, Cereal or Honey Bun, Juice and Milk ELEMENTARY LUNCH MENU Monday: Frito Pie, Cheese Stick, Potato Wedges, Ranch Beans, ABC Cookies and Milk Tuesday: Corn Dog, Mus- tard, Baked Beans, Peach Slices, Potato Chips and Milk Wednesday: Pepperoni Pizza, Corn, Salad, Brown- ies and Milk Thursday: Steak Fingers, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Glazed Carrots, Pear Slices, Hot Roll and Milk Friday: Cheeseburger, French Fries, Burger Salad, Orange Slices and Milk MIDDLE SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Monday: Bar:B-Que Sand- wich, Baked Beans, Cheese Stick, Fruit Cup and Milk Tuesday: Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce, Fried Okra, Sliced Pears, Garlic Bread and Milk Wednesday: Pepperoni Pizza Spinach Salad, Corn, Brown, ies and Milk Thursday: Chicken Pot Pie, Glazed Carrots, Peach Slices, Hot Roll and Milk Friday: Chili Cheese Dog, Tator Tots, Fruit Cup and Milk HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH LINE #1 Monday: Pizza BUez Salad, Peach Cu: 1 Tuesday: Chicken Fajitas, On: ion Rings, Salad, Chocolate Chip, Cookies and Milk Wednesday: Steak Fingers, Cream Potatoes, Gravy, Broc- coli/Cheese, Salad, Rolls and Milk Thursday: 2 Tacos, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Cheese, Sour Cream, Beans, Cornbread and Milk Friday: Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Cheese Slices, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Pickles, French Fries and Milk HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH LINE #2 Monday: Sloppy Joe, Chili Beans, Salad, Peach Cups and Milk Tuesday: BeefFajitas, Onion Rings, Salad, Chocolate Chip Cookies and Milk Wednesday: Chicken Nug- gets, Cream Potatoes, Gravy, Green Beans, Salad, Rolls and Milk *hurs day: BurritolChili s6, Pinto Beansl Salad, Fruit Cocktail, Cornbread and Milk Friday: Cheeseburgers, Let- tuce, Tomatoes, pickles, French Fries and Milk TVCC supports America Michael Scrimshire Trinity Valley Community College Student Senate of_ ricer David Magee (third from left) presents Tammy Prater, Red Cross executive director of the Smith County Chapter, a check for $1,250.00 toward the relief fund for victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The Student Senate and Cam- i.li NiN pus Bookstore sold @proxi- mately 300 "TVCC Supports America" t-shirts through all four TVCC campuses to raise the funds. Also pictured are bookstore manager James Quattlebaum (far left) and Student Senate President Kimberly McCrary, who is wearing one of the shirts. IWWW.MALAKOFFNEWS.COM I Homecoming festivities at MIHS By Jessica Cox Students are Malakoff High School showed a little more spirit than usual when it came to Homecoming. The student body participated in a week full of crazy days to help boost their school spirit and show sup- port for the football boys while they faced the Cayuga Wild- cats on October 19. The week started off with The Wildcats are Seeing Double, where the students dressed as twins. Some other dys'qald:ed School the Wildcats, where they dressed in their favorite college colors, and ended with the traditional Spirit Day on Friday. The turn- out for these activities were large and fun. The week ended with the Campus Pep Rally that was held at 2:15 at the Malakoff El- ementary on October 19. It was here that Senior Brandon Welden was named 2001 Sweat-Heart. The Pep Rally must have really gotten the Malakoff Football team Tessa Bledsoe and Stephanie Betz-have A Hair Raising experience. Reserved seat tickets on sale in the High School $20.00 per set Seth Grove and Kandise Floyd show what it takes to see double. pumped up for the game be- Tigers crushed the Wildcats in cause it showed that night. The a 48-6 victory. Cross Roads ISD Menus B REA KFAST MENU Monday: Oatmeal Toast, Jelly, Juice and Milk Tuesday: Pancakes, Syrup, Ham, Juice and Milk Wednesday: Biscuits, Sau- sage, Gravy, Juice and Milk Thursday: Eggs/Ham, Week of November 5 through November 9 Beans, Candid Carrots, Hot SNACK BARMENU Rolls and Milk Monday: Fish Sandwich, Tuesday: Taco Potato, Green Burger Salad, Fries/Catsup, Salad, Brownies, Hot Roll and Fruit and Milk Milk Tuesday: Bobcat Growl, Wednesday: Spaghetti & Fries/Catsup, Fruit andMilk Meat Sauce, Green Salad, Wednesday: Hamburger B.E. Peas, Cornbread and Burger, Salad, Fries/Cat- Toast, Jelly, Juice and Milk :Gelatin :;:.:i!u;:: :i: s. Ft d Milk Friday: Biscuits, Gravy,  Thursday.-filie:Sand :' Thursday: 'Sausage on : Cheese, Jelly, Bacon and wich, Vegetable Soup, Stick, Rolls, Fries/Catsup, Milk Peaches, Crackers and Milk Fruit and Milk LUNCHMENU Friday: Corn Chip Pie, Pinto Friday: Grilled Ham and Monday: Chicken Fried Beans, Cut Corn, Cornbread, Cheese Sandwich, Fries/ Steak, Rice/Gravy, Green Ice Cream and Milk Catsup, Fruit and Milk ii;!00