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By BENNYROGERS tes closed the period with 13 unan- K0?F--ReLoundingfroma 48- swered tallies to hold a 25-3 lead at night loss to LaPoynor, the quarter's end. ' tigerettes smoked Kaufman's Kiser began his massive substitutions as Thursday night 60-22. as second quarter action commenced, ~,their season debut, the inserting Bonnie Tanner, Michele inside game clicked from Ashlock, Trisba Allen and Mullins into ng tip as senior Marilyn Davis the contest along with Brenda Hoyt and ~ntageof the smaller and inept Rogers. The new combination ~ns to the tune of 19 points, displayed a spirited blend of hustle and ~Coleman also reaped benefits, continued to control the Lady Lions. :lnl0markers. met After leading 32-10 at the half and a )lgerette mentor Jack K'ex slow start as the third quarter began, lack of stern opposition to - Rogers sparked the Tigerettes to a good ;with vaiourslineupsandsub- finish with a jumper from the free freely throughout the rout. throw line. taking a pass from Allen. ,~ably liked what he saw, as all lgerette ntched a place in the Tig be t column. Kiser also received el~ a from his crew on both the nd offensive boards. in Mandy Rogers joined By CHIPSOUZA Coleman in double figures MABANK--Russell Tarver tickled ts on five field goals and one the twines for 24 points and teammate L Jay Jay Mullins also fur- Richard Blair chipped in 18 to lead the ady performance with nine Malakoff Tigers past the Mabank Pan- everal offensive rebounds, thers, 55-50, here Friday night in the Killingsworth handed out season opener for both squads. iful passes to Davis under- First game jitters were evident in the Tigerettes opened to aearly going with the two teams miss Davis followed with anfiring on easy inside shots. Panther jumper and Coleman Tyson Johnson broke the ice with a back-to-back jumpers to length of the court lay-up to stake hosts into a 12-0 cushion Mabank a 2-0 lead with 6:16 left in the Lions could answer, opening canto. honors with a free the 3:06 mark of the first stan- Blair came back with a tip-in of a Tarver miss to knot the score at 2-2. The fired in Kaufman's score remained even until Tiger Carey goal seconds later from 12 Jackson completed a three point play to move the Lady Lions as close stake Malakoff an 11-8 advantage. Tar- 12-3, as they would per connected twice, while Blair added rest of the way. The Tigeret- another bucket for a 17-8 Tiger lead at Fast, professional pJacernent FIRST EMPLOYMEN AGENCY 2~3E TyLer St 675-9269 Athen AMERICAN VETERANS from the Dallas VA Hospital were enter- Post 4133 members last week. A large group of veterans were and enjoyed an afternoon of games. (Staff Photo by Stacy The LaPoynor Flyerettes, further build on the lead. Hoyt finally a huge 34-11 hafftime notched another Tigerette tally with a off a furious second pair of free throws to hold the LaPoynor rally to post a 48-38 lead to23-9. the Tigerettes here LaPoynor used a quarter-closing in the season opener for explosion to take the comfortable halftime cushion. Mary Williams joined advanced to the Lenora and Cheryal in the Williams' in Austin this scoring effort to help provide the before bowing out in the cushion. Lenora wound up the winning round to eventual state Williams with 18 points. Nazareth, took the initial If Coach Curtis Corley's crew fancied nifty, turnaroun jumper the idea that the second half would be a Spencer and then trailed repeat of the first, they suffered a quick r time following a combined and rude awakening as the Tigerettes' by Malakoff's Brenda leading scorer last season, Marilyn Davis, who topped the Tigerette scoring momentary setback, thelist with 18 markers, suddenly became took advantage of the deadly with her patented eight foot inability to connect from baseline jumpers. Michelle and flew into a 9-3 lead on Killingsworth and Coleman aided the S] Lnnon Holcomb, scoring senior and the Tigerettes pulled and Spencer. to withing 15, 36-21, with 5:08 remaining with a free throw in the third period. to temporarily stymie Following a Coleman 14 foot jumper at the 1:09 sector of the and Lenora Williams' jumper from the top of the key, which placed the and Lenora Williams fired in scoreboard at a 48-34 reading, Davis as the period and Coleman accounted for the 48-38 into a 15- final with a short jump shot each. Williams duo openend the B KETBALLSUMM V LAPOYNOR ................................. 4S in identical fashion to ~L~L~OFF ................................. LITTLE TRANSFER & STORAGE agent for Mayflower ESTIMATES WITHOUT OBLIGATION. 214-874-4221 I Highway 31Corsicana, Texas mmmmmmmmmm 9 m Terms Available Refrigerators Freezers Washers Dryers Lawn Boy Mowers Televisions Small Appliances Air Conditioners Osculating Fans ..d 214 N. Terry 489-1506 Malakcff nmmnmnm I I The Malakoff News, Wednesday, Nov. 1981--1IA ;.;.;.; ::::; , y--~ ~~.~ and a six-foot ju~npez" from the right side after grabbing a rebound. The siffLe iA, fiesty freshman combined a length of the floor lay-up with a Davis 10-footer and a Mullins jumper to give the Tigerettes a 44-14 lead going into the final quarter. Ca [! 41] Ashlock and Tanner connected from 9-0'531 the floor to join in the Malakoff scoring parade in the final four minutes and Hoyt, Rogers and Davis added shots from the line as the Tigerettes closed ea Esta e-Sa e 4 Real Estate For Rent 5 For Sale Miscellaneous =9 strong. Sharon Henning whipped the " - ",-"~'~. '\e)led_P~_ ag~_s.~'3_.~_12~[Jb_=Ll~9--_11~ c.o i bac to cksho ram n side just seconds before the final buzzer to account for the 60-22 final reading. bank 55-50 U : Townview Apts. ' l: I Malak0ff Ann Bailey, m;r.!: the close of the first period. Tarver and Mabank's Paul York ~ i eo fi : c eenQ ti mPreer: 1489-0048 Unfurnished i I RiO;iNING'iENL.ARGiNG swapped two pointers for a 19-19 Tiger I Call day or night I lead. This advantage was soon to fall U H though as the Panthers began assailing T Laverne'N ' the nylons with medium range jumpers and the inside scoring of York. Mabank ,I, II E B URi U : ,Ss I ,rlllm|e. reeled off 14 unanswered points to take )20)).C lq, ........ . llko a 24-19 lead at the intermission. The Tigers regrouped in the second half behind Tarver's hot-hand to retake the lead 27-26 with 5:43 left in the third quarter. The lead continued to shift back and forth for the remainder of the period. Mabank closed the quarter with buckets from Joe Pefuhl and Mike Rike to deadlock the score at 37-37. The Blair-Tarver duo exploded to open the fourth period, combining for 10 tallies as the Tigers took a seemingly comfortable 47-37 lead with 4:06 left to play. But undaunted, the Panthers came clawing back. York's three-point play after being fouled by Tiger John Mc- Cain cut the lead to 49-42 with 3:21 left. Pefuhl and York hit back-to-back buckets to slice the Malakoff advantage to 49-46 with 2:10 remaining. Tarver wowed the crowd with a double- pumping five-footer to extend the Tiger's lead to 51-46. Tarver was fouled the play and was sent to the line with a chance for the three point play. Tar- ver banged the freebie off the rim into the hands of Jackson who tossed in the crib shot for a 53-46 Malakoff lead with 1: 52 left. elite Watson pulled the Panthers back into contention with a bucket and two charity tosses to cut the Tiger lead 'to 53-50. Tarver iced the contest with a rainbow 16 footer for the final 55-50 Tiger triumph. *Handbags *Monograms *Tote Bags *Stained Gloss m WITH EACH OF MERCHANDISE - Offer Good - FRI., NOV. 27 & SAT., NOV. 28 :218 S. Palestine (In Mr. Earrs Beauty Salon) Open Tues.-Fri. 9:30-5 Sat. 9:30-2 Athens- 675-6773 ! I JuM look at all If Includes: 85 hp (mfr. engine rating) e automatic differential lock )e full hydraulics, 3 pt hitch e independent 540 and 1000 , RPM and transmission speed ! PTO tilt and telescope steering hand and foot throttle, hand clutch ,., plus low initial cost and operating economy Let us demonatrate so you can compare basically a better value Perry Hull Tractor Co. Hwy. 175W Eustace, Tx. Notices and personal I Private investigations conducted in strictest confidence. Bonded and insured, 35 years experience. HARCO INVESTIGATIONS SERVICE, P.O. Box 201, Molakoff Tx, 75148, (214) 489- (~.6. T X. Licp.9ce A3117. -- ............. Announcing the First Annual Hen- der~on County Gun and Knife Show. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 28, 29, 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Henderson County Junior College, Athens Tx. Sponsored by Athens Police Reserves. Free parking. $2 ad- mission. 24 hr. security. For reser- vations of s~all~2) 4~ 675-8090. Real Estate for rent 5 Service Station for lease with boer, wine. Gross millk~n a year, 9oo:1 lease. 489-1058 days 45! .2453 nights. Trailer for rent. 2 kmdroom on Parklone in Bushwocker. 214-451- 2158 or 214-451-3770. 489-0531 arestuffed Perry Hull Enstace 425.2241 Help Wanted 1) WORK at home jobs avatlablet Substantial earnings possible. Call Motorcycles 7a 504-641-8003, Ext. 562, for in- " formation. FOR SALE OR TRADE - 1972 Honda HelpWanted 500, excellent condition. Weekdays Land soles personnel, Cedar Creek coll 887-7771, 8:00-5:00. Nights and Lake, plenty of prospects and good weekends call 887-5471 or 887.1862, property thru winter, Get on board :or Sale Miscellaneous before lines tilt. Call Mr. Roe 287- 5050. For Sale: 21" Sears color portable l'V. Good condition. 2 double beds, complete, ster~o (Sears), French Proventionol cabinet. 489-0474, We buy and sell new and us~'d saddles and tack. Custom leather work by order. Donnie Hustead Custom Leather Work & Saddle Repair, Hwy. 31 East, Malakoff, 489-1824. 240 lb. 3 tab no, 2 roofing $1795, 3 tab fiberglass roofing (salvage) $18.95. Felt 15 lb. $7,00, 4' x 17 x %" sheetrock $4,95, Plywood %" $6.50, %" $7.50. Lumber, go carts, jan boats, canoes. Enlow's Mid-Cities Solvaga, Seven Points. 432-2245. c ed Su _o.d o d L ............ BLUE MALLARD GUN SHOP deer feeders new and used deer rifles, pistols and scopes Buy-Sell-Trade & Repair ___ 48 _.LMa ako .................. rNEw 8.PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE Sofa, Iovasut, chair, 3 tab~, 2 lamps, $499.95. * WE FINANCE * FURNITURE CENTER - 220 EAST HWY. 3! Work Wanted 13 Work Wanted Houses cleaned by the iob or by the Services 16 MARY KAY C0SM Available Dora Peebles ,,, Trinidad .. Real Estate-Sale4 probtern on this Abdr. 3bth home in Malakoff. This home is per- fect for the large family or upstairs could be made a separate apt. Mid 50's. TREES FOR $ALE-~ttractive wooded lot with a bonus. Price mcludes a 3bdr-2bth, 14x70 mobile home. Owne~ will consider .financing or a trade, REMOOELEO...Frame home DO 3 tots. 2 or 3 bdr., CH/A, storage b~dg. with full bath. Owner wilt consider financing. Up- per 30's. II STAR HARBOR Assumable ~% loan on 3-2-2, den, w/fireplace, dining, equipped kitchen, w/microwave, thermal windows, cameo ]% channel lots, small boat dock, trees, fenced, REDUCED $55,90(] Malakoff, East Mitcham, 3 bedroom, I I)ath. $17,500 JMzlakoff, North Cedar, 2 bdrm., 1 bath, range, air cond., new carpet, ceiling fan and more. $27,900 PRESTIGE REALTY Vlrgle L:Orr 396-2965 JOE MI KE MURPHY, D.D.S. INC. ANNOUNCES THE RELOCATION OF HIS OFFICE TO 500 SOUTH PALESTINE ATHENS, TEXAS PHONE 675-9118 675-9119, New Patients 675-9110, Emergency III HARRIS REALTY 489-1858 Malakoff 409-0561 GOOD INVESTMENT PROP- ERTY in h lokoff Mobile home pork, 3 room and bath house and lot fronting Hwy. 31. Owner will finonce. Will sell mollie ho~n~ park ~- rately. 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