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Page 6-MALAKOFF NEWS-Nov. 4, 1976 FOOTBALL from paze one streaked along the sideline, finally being knocked out of bounds on the Tiger 44. A personal foul penalty against Malakoff gave the Panthers the ball on the Malakoff 20. Jesse Trevino hit Jimmy Rogers with a pass at the 11 yard line on third down. Billy Butler tried for the first down but fell short and the Tigers took over. Malakoff was able only to reach their own 25 yard line on the next series of downs, and had to punt. Mabank then put together another threat, starting from their own 47. Utilizing runs by Butler and pass completions to Floy Bradford and Ricky Tomme, the Panthers had a first down at the 18. Ross Hamilton picked up four yards, then Trevino threw a pass to Bradford, hut he could only get one hand on it, and it went incomplete. Mabank then set up a field goal attempt, with" Trevino as kicker, but the holder dropped the ball and when he picked it up, he had one knee on the ground. The ball was ruled dead at the 19, and was given to Malakoff on downs. For the rest of the half, neither team could mount any kind of threat. Early in the second half, Malakoff fumbled at their own 40, with Mabank com- ing up with the recovery. But three plays later, Mala- koff covered a Mabank fum- ble at their own 34. Malakoff then put to- gether another scoring threat. A face mask penalty gave them possession at the 48, then a motion penalty moved them back to the 44. Itolt took a hand off down to the Mabank 44, and two plays later, Randall Jackson picked up a first down at the Mabank 36. Malakoff was again penalized for illegal motion back to the 41, but Jimmy Williams ran the ball on a handoff to the 37. On fourth down and eight at the 34, Aus hit Mike Chand- ler wi a pass that gave the Tigers a first down by the length of the football. Malakoff picked up a first down at the 15 with runs of three and five and three yards by Holt. With fourth and four from the 16, the Tigers faked a field goal attempt, and Benny Rogers attempted a pass to Chandler which was well-defended by the Pan- thers on the five yard line, and went incomplete. The Tigers were given another scoring opportunity two plays later when a Mabank flare pass was thrown incomplete and the referees ruled it a lateral. Malakoff's Gilbert Smith covered the live ball at the Panther three yard line. But the Panthers held for four downs, and the ball went over in the opening moments of the fourth quarter. Three plays later Hamil- ton electrified Panther fans as he ran from his own seven to the Malakoff 44, where he was finally stopped by Larry Graves. A personal foul penalty gave the Panthers possession on the Tiger 32. But the Tigers shut the Panthers off on four straight downs. " After Malakoff was unable to move the ball, Mabank took possession at theMala- koff 44 after a short punt by Rogers. A personal foul gave Mabank a first and 10 at the Tiger 25. 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