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The HalakeH News, Thorsday, Dee. S, 1981--7A yca 4; r scott ELLIOTr -- Another game like But the Trojans finished strong, and, against the Trinidad Trojans indeed, seemed to shift the game's night and Cross Roads' momentum despite Cross Roads team is going to ruin its clinging to a 23-13 balftime edge. Cats." Trinidad, led by guard Kyle Floyd, i Tom Driskill's troops claimed played its best ball of the night to start straight victory, 45-31,the second half. The Trojans hit a :no losses at the expense of the stretch in which they tallied eight unbeaten Trojans, but uncountered points, closing the gap to Roads' earlier outings, 25-21 with 4:37 showing. Floyd bagged cliff-banger, two buckets in that spree. the Bobcats dispensed with The hosts responded, however, with tive ease, and that field goals by Logan and Cain and two of a mild surprise foul shots by Hughes to close out the ust Monday night Trinidad third act, enabling them to retain a 10- over a Eustace ballclub point advantage at 31-21. fits last week. Steve Allen came off the bench to for comparing scores, huh? make sure the Bobcats kept the were again paced by their momentum down the stretch. He scored greased lightning quick Danny Hughes, who two quick buckets to start the fourth 20 points. It was the blond frame, one of those on a tough turn- third game to make the 20- around jumper from seven feet. Hughes followed with a pair of free shot out to a 6-0 lead right off throws, then Cain bagged a corner postman Zabe James jump shot followed by two Cain freebie way inside for a couple of tosses. Hughes then netted a fast break gwithasoft bucket, and with 2:26 left, it was all That set the tone for over at 43-22. and Cross Roads never Hughes started the night ended with the home- precariously in charity lane, misfiring 13-6 margin, and Hughes on a three-point play opportunity, but accounted for 11 of the he followed that with six straight connections from the foul line. of the same early in the but the cast changed a Logan sparkling. CRHS heat to the tune of 23-6 on the clock, and some 4:53 the timepiece before Brad drought in the Cain finished with eight points, and Logan added seven. Floyd led Trindiad with nine points, and Derek Jackson bagged eight. Cross Roads hit on 50 percent of its free throws attempts (11 of 22), while Trinidad cashed in on three of six. / % IS IT GONNA MAKE IT? Lori Barnett (14) goes up for this shot in the game played between the Cross Roads Lady Cats and the Trinidad Lady Trojans. The Lady Cats went on to win the game 41-27. Other players pictured include Lady Cats Robin Chandler (34), Dana Hughes (30) and Lady Trojans Louise Hornbuckle (33) and Tami Riley (31). (Staff photo by 8tacy Dunacusky) - CROSS ROAD8 ,- The Cross Roads. Lady Bobcats blew out to a 14-0 first trotter lead then coasted to a 41-27 ecision over the Trinidad Lady Trojans here Tuesday night in a non- district encounter. The victory was Cross Roads' ~drd without a lose, while Trinidad fell to 1-2. CRHS mind a balanced scoring attack to subdue the vislt~'$. Six Lady 'Cats flgur~ In the books led by Dana Hughes' lO points. Hughes and teammate Lanna Harton things rolling for Cross Roads in the chapter with four points each. Trimk[~ could not cope with the 'Cats' prt~mm~ tactl~ dt~tmlvely, and Coach Cm'tls' tmolm capitalized on Tro~m turnovers with easy buckets. Trinidad finally got on the scoreboard In the second act with eight points, but CRHS countered with a hefty 17, making the hairline tally 31-8. Lori Barnett had a big second period for the 'Cats with seven points, and Hwfhes and Connie McKinnerney added four each. theBe~Henry picked up the slack in quarter with four points. CRI4S Jumped out to a 41-14 advantage. Curtis substituted heavily at that point and Trinidad gained ground against the 'Cat reserves. Cross Roads, In fact, was held scoreless in the final canto, while the Trojans scrapped for 13 markers, Supporting Hughes offensively for the victors were.McKlnnerney with eight points and Harton with the same number. Barnett added seven. Trinidad was sparked by Tami Riley with eight and LouSe Hornbuckle and Kri~ Jones with six apiece. Cross Roads cashed in on five of 15 foul sh , while hit on seven of 18. ~ ltOad~ ~, IqglNIDAD ~ (llb) in the fall and winter months, according game. Leagues are formed for boys and to Randy Brown, YMCA Director.girls. i i( The biggest programs during these Registration for the basketball " months revolve around the YMCA's program endsDec.5. youth and adult basketball programs. Cost for members is $13 and cost for By SCOTr ELLIOTT couple of crucial fourth quarter field "The Henderson County YMCA non-members is ~23. Date Sims and Janice Cumby goals, finished with nine. for 31 points to pace the MaLakoff was led by Davis ~sith a basketball program for boys stresses Date of birth informatiuon for the 0e. 7 I Athens High Hornettes past Dec. 14 game-high 25 points, but she got all but equal opportunity to play on the girls' leagues are the same as the boys )ff Tigerettes, 61-52, in a non- Dec. 17-19 .sh Monday night at AHS. five of those in the first half. Athens basketball court," Brown said. "The leagues. Cost and rules and regulations appeared to have the Tigerette pest program is designed to help each boy are also the same. ~orY upped Coach Prissyblanketed in the second half ... and girl learn the fundementais of the The YMCA also offers a basketballJan. 4 ornettes to 3-0 on the season, especially in the list quarter when sport and to provide an atmosphere in camp for boys and girls Dec. 12. The Jan. 11 d~off fell to 1-2. The Hornettes which each boy may grow physically, camp will feature passing, dribbling, Jan. 18 Davis was held scoreless. for their fourth straight at Brenda Hoyt added 11 to Malakoff's mentally and spiritually. The Child shooting, team offense and team Jan. 21-23 First-The Sport Second is the motto of defense as well as the rules of the game Jan, 25 ~tagainstChapelHill. ledger and also pliyed a tough game on theYMCAprograms." and other fundementais. The camp an action-packed, fast and the boards. Feb. 1 dr from buzzer to buzzer as The Tigerettes played some of their Teams are divided finto age divisions begins at 9 a.m. and lists until 10:30 parts raced up and down the best ball right out of the blocks, jura- and include groups ages 8 and under; 10 a.m. Feb. 4-6 running the fast break like ping on Athens to the tune of 10-5 with and under; 12 and under and 14 and, A basketbldl work?shop for boys and Feb. 8 tch would draw it on a3 : 24 on the clock in the initlil segment, under. In the 8 and under division, the At that point, Corley called for a minimum age is six, and the child can girls ages 5-6 will last five weeks and be Feb. 15 a provedto be just a shade timeout to regroup her forces, and be nine years old if the birthday falls held from 8 p.m. until 7 p.m. on .this night and, more ira- Athens responded by outscoring MHS, after Sept. 1, 1981. TeusdaysLife Centerandin Athens.Thursdays at the Family better balanced ballclub. 12-4, over the remainder of the period to In the 10 and under division, the :off was almost entirely command a 17-14 advantage, player can be 11 if his birthday falls There will be an eight-foot net instead n getting the ball inside Cmnby, popping 15-foot jumpers,after Sept. 1. In the 12 and under of the regular 10-foot net and the course Ma ilyn D tvis, to muster came to the Hornettes rescue with division, he can be 13 ff his birthday will be strictly classes instead of league Date Jor tettes came at the seven points in the quarter, and Hen- falls after Sept. 1 and in the 14 and competition. all sides, putting three derson netted five. under division, he can be 15 if his bir- COSt for members isSSand for now Nov. 19 members is $18. Nov. 30 figures, another with and seven in the books ' ~ R~ada 1: 17 10 O-41 The Henderson County YMCA offers Each team is limited to 10players,. mens competitive league basketball s s 1~7 a wide variety of classes and activities assigned by the YMCA staff. Each and self defense-karate. ~ ItOAJ~ ~- Barnett 7. Chandler 4. Hugh~ for members as well as non-members player must play one-half of each For more information on these m,~ya~e, xerry4. 'IIIINIDAD --'Jo~mt~ 5, Jones 6, Hornlmclde 6, played a tenacious game of the court, led the way 16 points. Cumby suffered cold shooting streaks , often enoughto the Hornettes' double-teaming of the Points. ballhandier began to unravel the [ Trinidad Jr. High high scoring LaTonya visitors. / Basketball Schedule 81-82 held to 10 points, and But there was a price to be paid for ~ Date Team Place on, who connected on a such a gambling style of defense ... ~ Dec. 7 Dawson There ....................................... r~ personal fouls. ~ i After COrley saw some of her key ~ Dec" 14 Coolidge Here players whistled two or three times, she [ Jan. 4 Wortham There called the Hornettes out of the press, [ Jan. I1 Kerens There -: and that's when Malikoff got back into / Jan. 18 Mildred There ! the hunt. It was 40-31at the half, but at the 6:00 / Jan. 21-23 KerensT~rney mark of the final quarter, Malikoff had / Jan. 25 Dawson Here cut Athens' lead to five points at S1-46. [ Feb. 1 Coolidge There At a time when it appeared some of / Feb. 4-6 Cross Roads Tourney her teammates were feeling the ten- sion, Henderson "took the bull by the | Feb. 8 Wodham Here i,~ ~ horns" for the Athens gale and nailed k.. i mq tWO straight short jump shots to get the locals out of trouble at 55-46. In winning the Triple Crown in 1943, Count Fleet captured the three races, ORDINARY CARS And i Williams followedwithaninsideshot, the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and and it was all over at 57-46. Belmont, by a total of 36 length.~. AGAINST COSTLYi Defensively, Athens was led by Kim MEDICAL FXPENSES, ~ Dyer and Sims, while point guard Dana Indluding the 1979 season, only 15 Y COVERAGE i theTaylrHornettedid a creditableoffense, job of setting up ~jor leaguers had made 3,000 or more Jackie Coleman and Hoyt played a ", hustling ballgame for the Tigerettes ATHENS ~1, MALAKAOFF r~ 14 17 8 13-63 A~ -- Hendersm 9, Dyer 1, Williama 10, " Taylor 4, Cumby 15, Sima 16, Rogers 6. lt~tLAKOFF -- Devts 25, Hoyt 11, Rogers 2, 9, Colenmn 5. mmmmimmmmi The early turning point in the contest , thday falls after Sept. 1 appeared to be when the Hornette full- Age is determined by the child's age Other classes and courses available court press began to reward some asofSept. 1,1981. at the YMCA this season are gym- dividends in the form of Tigerette Each of the boys' leagues are eligible uastlcs, bowling, a movement ex- turnovers. Initially, Malakoff broke for regional and state playoffs. Jersles ploration class for four and five year through the pressure tactics with are furnished by the YMCA and Games olds, womens dancersize, racquetball, relative ease, but as the game wore on, are played on Saturdays. womens basketball, adult basketball, Lawn Boy Mowers Small Appliances Osculating Fans Just coil: Ask for tope number: D-I Toothache D-2 Baby Teeth D-3 Wisdom Teeth D-4 Abscessed Teeth D-5 Gum Problems D-6 Fixed Bridges and Partial Dentures to Replace Missing Teeth D-7 Dental lnsurance and I Time 5:30 5:30 5:30 5:30 5:30 T.B.A. 5:30 5:30 T.B.A. 5:30 Payment Plans D-8 Orthodontics -- What Are The Benefits? D-9 Cold Sores and Canker Sore~ D-10 Preventive Dentistry -- What Can I Do? Keel) near your telephone for handy rot~ncef Presented courtesy of: Bobby C. Bottles, D.D.S. 310A Lindsey Lane Athens, TX 675-5101 classes call the YMCA at 67&91M. Rttey s. L~v~t0, s. 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