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4A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dec. 4, 1980 Tigerctlcs beat Hillsboro @ @ THE ' By BENNY ROGERS opening tip. Davis began her scoring defenie and sloppy ball handling Marilyn Davis exploded for 30 points assault on the Tigerettes first trip down limited the scoring in the early portion p O I' to lead the Malakoff Tigerettes to their court, taking a Karen Jackson pass and of the second stanza. Hillsboro's Terri t S fourth straight win in a 52.,33 decision converting a short Jumper. Watson played closer attention to the over Hillsboro's Eaglettes hereMonday Following another exchange of rampaging Davis, forcing the Tigeret- night. ' Russell and Davis two-pointers the tes to travel by long distance. Their [~y BOCIfly I~ogof$ Tigerettes shut down Hillsboro's offen- outside success was sparse and the The streak continuing victory gives se with their swarming zone defense. Eaglettes managed to hold Malakoff to the Tigerettes a clean 4-0 slate and Jessie Barron, Lisa Woolverton, Julie eight points during the quarter. Despite Tournament action dominates areathe issue had long been decided,vance into semi-final action drops the Hillsboro cagers to 0.3 on the Sneed and Jackson traded turns feeding the low scoring output the Tigerettes teams' schedule this weekend as the After the Cayuga Tournament thisFalls City Friday night in year. Davis underneath as the Tigerettes held a 23-13 advantage.at the half. 1980 basketball season picks up speed, weekend the Tigerettes will host Ennis p.m. Hillsboro took their only lead of the rolled toa 15-61eadat the conclusion of Sneed supplied much needed help to Two area high schools are hosting three on Monday at 6 p.m. and play in the Game at a glance contest following a Karen Russell shot the first quarter. Davis in the scoring department,day meets while one junior college get Frankston Tournament December 11- CHS from underneath just seconds after the Tom/her play by the Eaglettes on opening the third stanza with two field together is set. 12-13. First downs .........16 goals. Rene Faulkner also joined the The Tigers and Tigerettes are in , , 245 scoring parade for the visitors as she Cayuga for the Cayuga Booster Club In action on'he circuit* PassingRUShingYardSyards ...... ...... junior level 8 began to connect on short range jump Tournament. Coach Terry Ticknor's last Tuesday night at Tiger Gym-Total Yards ......... 253 .... ~.j shots. Tigerettes were scheduled to open the nasium the Tiger jayvees and ninth Passes .............. 1110 ...... ~ Midway through the period Jay Jay tourney today at 10 a.m. against an graders managed a split with their Interceptions By .... 2 Mull*As came off the bench to grab key always tough Neches team. The Tigers Kemp counterparts. Fumbles-Lost ....... 4/2 ..~ rebounds for the Tigerettes. Michelle were also scheduled to face Neches Jeryl Jackson's game high 19 points Penalties ........... 3/38 Killlngsworth also left the bench to following the Tigerette tilt. and John McCain's 17 led the Tiger Punts ............... 3/26,1 / operate the Tigerettes offense. Sneed Should both teams come out on top Junior Varsity to a 70-51 victory. The Score by quarters and Davis kept the inside game clicking they will meet the winner of Frankston- win ups the jayvees' season ledger to I- Comesneil ............. 0 6 8 and the Tigerettes led 30-26 at quarter's Kerens tomorrow at 4:00 and 5:30 p.m. 2. end. A Tigerette loss would place the local Kemp's ninth grade unit handed the Valley View ............ 0 14 6 Early in the final quarter Russell was cagers in the loser's bracket for a I0 Tiger fresh a 38-34 setback. Ty King and * * * * whistled for her fourth foul, limiting her a.m. contest Friday. A Neches win over Mike Riddle paced the Tigers with 1019so-8! Tigerette scoreboard aggressiveness on offense and defense. Coach Willie Wilson's Tigers would set tallies each as the Freshman dropped W ...... : With3:12remainingtheEaglettes'post the Tigers for an 11:30 a.m. game to 0-2 on the year. CantOn. left the contest with her fifth foul. Friday. , , W. D Tigerettes i ~ 54 Klllinpworth and Jackson provided the Finals for the Cayuga meet are set Afte; an absence o;40years high w. ".. Tigerettes 58 Ather~.' Tigerette tallies in the final minutes to for 7 p.m. in the girls' division and 8:30 school football player action returned W... Tigerettes.. 58 CantOn ptmcttmte the 52-33 victory, p.m. in the boys' bracket, to Tiger Stadium last Friday night with . .. Tigerettes 52 In the jayvee tilt Brenda Hoyt poured The Trinidad Trojans and Lady a Class A Quarterfinal contest between Season Record 4-0 Prefinish,~d Pa ,=li g in13 points to pece the Tigerettes to a Trojans are also hosting a tournament, Comesneil and Valley View ValleyLL 1980-81Tlgerscorebo~r 39-23 victory. Michelle Asldock and which was scheduled to get underway View's Eagles rolled to 342 yards in a . .. Tigers ...... 45 Jackie Coleman had 13 and nine points this morning at 11 a.m. Teams entered 29-14 decision over the Bulldogs. With . . Tigers.. 47 canton,' respectively, in the annual event in both the girls and the victory the Eagles, now 12-0, ad- Season Record 1-2 THE BOX boys divisions are: Mildred. Cross player r6 FT PF TP Wills Point JV and the Fairfield Junior n am Jeule Barren ...... 2 0 4 Varsity. of entire stock. Ma~,.D.. ..... t, 2 2 ~ Action continues tomorrow as the aamnJ,elmon ..... z 0 ~ Myron Green of Cross Roads and Named to honorable teams head toward the championship LIMWoolverton...0 t 3 t Brad Elsom and Glenn Boyd of were CharlesFreeman, JulieSmmd ........ 4 l 4 9 games set for 7:00 and 8:30 p.m. Satur- Trinidad were named to the second Vincent Norris, offensive .................................................................................. Jay Jay Midlins .... 0 0 2 o day night Mlehalle Coach Gary Ashlock's Lady Car- team offensive units of the llA East Newton, offensive tackle; rm Dm"C KtUtnilworth .... a o 2 4 dinals are hosting a tough three day af. Zone AllDistrict team. defensive end, all of Trinidad. T(rrsuLs u 4 ~s sz fair this weekend at Cardinal Gym-Green was cited for his work at end, Cross Roads players n Hlllsboro nasium on the HCJC campus. Along Elsom at tackle, and Boyd as punter, honorable mention include I with the Lady Cards, who advanced to On the defensive units Elsom was center; Tracy Rounsavall, liJ Mill finish. Hlllsboro the National Tournament last season, also named to the second team as a Louis Floyd, Russell Giles, an Player FO FT P~ TP entered in the classic are Grayson lineman, defensive ends. 411;9,~ L*'~ T~TI W.tmo~ Chri.U ChlltonArluhahe. Ka.n gu~ll ~'augmer le.~r ....... ...... ..... ..... ..... 0 S0' , 0 2' ,4 4 , ', ':4 o 34, County, Navarre, Tyler, Seminole and Weatherford. Marilyn * Davis, * Julie * Sneed * TlgerSzta]h: ," victor:" , j LorIarow. ........ o o 3 o Karen Jackson turned in double-digit Pam aodrtsuez .... o ! 0 l performances here last Monday night for all sizes. ~O~,L~ iz 9 ~4 .~3to lead the Tigerettes to a 58-41 scare By Qu.rt~n thrashing of Canton's Eaglettes. y CHIP SOU A David McGuire tipped in Hm, l.~ ........................ e 7 ,37 -33 Using the many Kemp turnovers and at the buzzer, leaving .......................................................................... Malakoff ........................ 15 S ~S,3 ..~zDavis, who is averaging 21points per converting them into points, the 8 at first quarters end. game, led all scorers with 20 tallies on nine field goals and two charity tosses. Malakoff Tigers captured their first Missed shots and them at: Sneed turned in her best effort to date, win of the season with a 57-34 decision both squads in the early Get both on offense and defense, with 12 over the Yel]owj.~ickets November25. second period. A Sam The Tigers also used a superior5:551eft in the second points and Jackson had I0. rebounding advantage to key their fast unanswered Tiger points. ' The Tigerettes jumped off to an 8-6 lead before the Eaglettes answered break. Malakoff out-rebounded the ver netted two freebies " 'Jackets 31-16 in the contest. Blair added a lay-up off of with 4:09 left in the opening period. Lisa Open Sat:4it 12 .,- ....... Malakoff W, oolverton and Jessie Barron fed the It~ti)ok just 15 seconds'for Richard assist to key the spree ' Malakoff lead to 18-6. HW]L,31 E{lSt hot-handed trio with percision passes as Blair to light-up the sqoreboard for the The Tigers and 'Jackets ...... the local cagers went on to lead 16-6 at Tigers on a turnaround jump shot from before Malakofrs _ quarter's end and 30-18 at the half. the lane. John Haney answered for the a 24 footer through the Canton continued to find rough going 'Jackets with 6:33 left in the first period Tigers lead to 21-12. in the second half as Sneed stymied the to knot the score at 2-2. added two charity Eaglettes' offensive attack withSam and Richard Blair hit beck-to- and Sam Blair ( aggressive and spirited defensive play. Davis controlled the boards on both en- back lay-ups to push the Tigers lead to to send the Tigers into the ds and the Tigerettes retained 14-to-16 6-2 and they never looked baek thereaf- 14 advantage. point leads throughout the half.ter. Malakoff quickly to their lead to open Jackson poured in six of her game's Howard Driver knocked in two field Two Danny Driver total in the final period with short goals after a Yellowjacket bucket by eaeh from Tarver and rangers. Canton managed to outscore David Howard to push the Tigers lead upped the Tigers lead to a c the Tigerettes in the quarter, 13-12, but to 12-4. Haney tallied on a 20 footer and 33-14 readout. Howard answered for with 4:38 left in the Tigers lead to 33-16. But Ta: off to Driver on a 3 on Richard Blair added a laY' the Tigers to a 21 point, Kemp added two field goals pP~Ptt~ quarter trailing 37-22. .... Malakoff enjoy quarter of the season in Richard Blair scored a 12 seconds deep into extend the Tigers to II tessed in a free dad four of his own to m a 44-23 advantage with 5: Tarver, Cary JacksOn Wfien you have a regular Dec. 1 thru Dec, 15 Thomas combined for five savings plan, the things you 49-23 Tiger cushion, need tomorrow are always swered with five of within your reach. And the We would like to invite you by our store to look through and choose lead to 40-30. But Tiger Steve WilSOn' things you're dreaming of that special someone their Christmas gifts from our catalogs, and we goals and one from Driver, today will become reality will sell it to you at COST plus 10%. We carry a very large selection in by Ivey, put the contest finalized a 57-34 victory. much sooner, catalog sales including lawn and garden equipment, hand and power Every player on the Assure a secure future for tools, housewares, small appliances and unlimited gift choices. 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