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PAGE 4B - The Malakoff News -Wednesday, December 5, 2001 Sports & School Malah 9ffvictorious over Kemp Tuesday Lady Tigers fair well 1 j, "1' The Tiger troops huddle up and get instructions from Coach Nick. ; The Malakoff boys ran their ,. record to 3-1 with a 65-33 vic- ", tory over the Kemp Yellowjackets Tuesday night at ! the "Palace." The Tigers .. jumped out to a 14-8 1st quar- : ter lead, led by senior point :i guard Jermichael Hart 6 pts. . The 2nd quarter was lead by . junior guard B.J. Young 9 pts. il and the Tigers led 30-17 at the - half. The Tigers came out slug- gish in the 3rd quarter and  scored only 8 pts. but caught fire in the 4th quart6r scoring ; 27 pts. led by B.J. Young 17 ) pts. in the 4th quarter. Defen- ,. sively the Tigers played a good game but are still struggling offensively. B.J. Young led the Tigers with 34 pts. (a career high). He had a great game. Jermichael Hart tossed in 13 pts, Senior Zack Jackson 7 pts; Dante Thomas 6 pts. The Ti- gers will be in action again Thursday in the Edgewood Tourn at 2:40 versus Paris Chism. The JV boys ran their record to 4-0 with a 36-32 victory over Kemp. Aaron Carroll led the Tigers with 13 pts. George Hightower also contributed 13 pts. Junior Gamez and Justin Jackson had 4 pts. a piece. Jermichaei Hart dribbles I I www" I MALAKOFFNEWS. COM Mal00&offlSD Menus Week of December 10 BREAKFAST MENU Monday: Texas Toast, Cereal or Waffles w/Syrup, Juice and Milk Tuesday: Texas Toast, Cereal or Egg Fajitas, Juice and Milk Wednesday: Texas Toast, Cereal or Doughnut & Cereal, Juice and Milk Thursday: Texas Toast, Cereal or Pancakes & Syrup, Juice and Milk Friday: Texas Toast, Cereal or Morning Rolls, Juice and Milk ELEMENTARY LUNCHMENU Monday: Chile Cheese Dog, Po- tato Wedges, Pears and Milk Tuesday: Soft Taco, Salad Cup, Fresh Fruit, Cornbread, Pinto Beans and Milk Wednesday: Bar-B-Que on Bun, Curly Fries, Fruit Cup and Milk Thursday: Steak Finger, Gravy, Cream Potatoes, Broccoli/ Cheese, Rolls, Peach Cobbler and Milk Friday: Cheeseburger, Salad, Cup, French Fries, Pudding and Milk MIDDLE SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Monday: Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce, Glazed Carrots, Salad, Garlic Toast and Milk Tuesday: Enchiladas, Pinto Beans, Spanish Rice, Brownies and Milk Wednesday: Chopped Steak, Brown Gravy, Mashed Pota- toes, California Veggies and Milk Thursday: Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Broc- through December 14 coli, Hot Roll and Milk Friday: Hamburger, French Fries, Lettuce/Tomato, Pickle/ Onion, Fruit and Milk HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH LINE # 1 Monday: Chili Cheese Dogs or Corn Dogs, Salad, Pinto Beans, Cornbread, Pears and Milk Tuesday: Chicken Fajitas, Salad, Jalapeno Peppers, On- ions & Peppers, Pineapple Slices and Milk Wednesday: Meatloaf, Cream Potatoes, Brown Gravy, Fries Squash, Brownies, Rolls and Milk Thursday: Chimachanga, Pinto Beans, Salad, Combread, Fruit Cocktail, Jaiapeno Peppers and Milk Friday: Steak Sandwich, Let- tuce, Tomatoes, Pickles, Spicy Curly Fries, Gelatin and Milk HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH LINE #2 Monday: Barbeque Sandwich, Potato Salad, Pinto Beans, Cornbread, Pears and Milk Tuesday: Beef Fajitas, Salad, Jalapeno Peppers, Onions/Pep- pers, Pineapple Slices and Milk Wednesday: Chicken Pot Pie, Fried Squash, Brownies and Milk Thursday: Cheese Meat Nachos, Pinto Beans, Salad, Combread, Fruit Cocktail and Milk Friday: Charbroil Burgers, Cheese Slices, Lettuce/Toma- toes/Pickles, Fries, Gelatin and Milk Adam Ray shoots a free throw against Kemp. MalakoffMiddle School basketball stats 8th Grade Boys The Malakoff eighth grade boys improved their record to 2-1 by defeating Cayuga in Cayuga by a score of 42-10. The Tigers were led by Bradley Pickens with 12 points. Jor- dan Rouse added 10 and Miles Brown had 8. Other scorers for the Tigers were Chris Fletcher with 5; Zack Sims with 3 and Donavan Jones and Brock Goodwin had 2 a piece. The Tigers play Kerens next Monday in Kerens. 7th Grade Boys The Malakoff seventh grade boys remain undefeated by beating the Cayuga Wildcats 36-24. Jackie Coleman led the Tigers with 10 pts. followed by Jamel Garrett with 9 pts. Coby Dawson and Dalton Coia had 7 pts. a piece and Eric Ellis added 3. The Tigers have a rematch with Kerens next Monday in Kerens. B-Team The Malakoff Tigers B Team improved to 2-0 defeating Cayuga 18-4. The Tigers had five players with 2 pts, Steven Taylor had 4 pts. to led the way for the Tigers. Malakoff :varsity boys basketball results from Edgewood Tournament The varsity boys went 1-2 over the weekend to push their overall record to 4-3. The Tigers opened the tour- nament with a 54-49 victory over Paris Chisum. B.J. Young led the Tigers with 20 pts. Bray Killingsworth tossed in 11 pts.; Adam Ray 9 pts. and Jermichael Hart 8 pts. In the 2nd game the Tigers lost a 43-50 heartbreaker to LaPeynor in overtime. The Tigers jumped out to a 15-3 first quarter lead but couldn't hold the defensive intensity due to early foul trouble. The Tigers also went cold in the second quarter but still held a 20-12 halftime lead. The Tigers were lead by Jermichael Hart 14 pts; B.J. Young 12 pts; Bray Killingsworth 9 pts. and Dante Thomas 5 pts. In the 3rd game the Tigers lost a 46-60 decision to the Winona Wildcats. The Tigers got off to a 11-17 hole and never recovered. Win0na was up 18-32 at the half but the outnumbered Tigers never gave up. Late in the 4th quar- ter the outnumbered Tigers pulled within 8 pts. but foul trouble played an issue. The Tigers were led by B.J. Young 13 pts; Adam Ray 12 pts; Jermichael Hart 12 pts. and Trent Wilson 8 pts. The Ti- gers will look to improve on its 4-3 record Thursday at 2:30 when they will face Eustace in the 1st round of the Brownsboro Tournament The JV boys ran their record to 6-1 with a 66-47 victory over T.K. Gorman. Chad King lead the Tigers with 14 pts; Aaron Carroll 13 pts' George Hightower with 10; Bronsha Smith 8 pts; Justin Jackson 7 pts; Jr. Gamez 7 pts. and Cody Molock 5 pts. Aaron Carroll had an overall good tournament. The JV boys is coached by Brian Dunn. [Cross Roads ISD Menusl Week of Deeember 10 through December 14. BREAKFAST MENU Monday: Oatmeal, Toast, Jelly, Juice and Milk Tuesday: Eggs/Ham, Toast/JeUy, Juice and Milk Wednesday: Biscuits, Sausage, Gravy, Juice and Milk Thursday: Homemade Cinna- mon Rolls, Juice and Milk Friday: Biscuits, Gravy/Jelly, Bacon, Cheese, Juice and Milk LUNCHMENU Monday: Chicken strips, Rice/ Gravy, Green Peas, Candied Yams, Hot Rolls and Milk Tuesday: Chili Dogs, Baked Beans, Fries/Catsup, Cookie and Milk Wednesday: Enchiladas, Refried Beans, Spanish Rice, Peaches and Milk Thursday: Lasagna, Green Beans, Carrot, Salad, Batter Bread, Chocolate Sheet Cake and Milk Friday: Hamburger, Burger Salad, Fries/Catsup, Pears and Milk SNACK BAR MENU Monday: Burritos, Fries, Crack- ers, Fruit and Milk Tuesday: Chicken Sandwich, Salad, Fries, Fruit and Milk Wednesday: Taco Potato, Green Salad, Roll, Fruit and Milk Thursday: Pizza Sandwich, Fries, Fruit and Milk Friday: Pizza, Fries, Fruit and Milk Heather Jackson #11 and Sheena Anderson #22. Loren Alexander #25 Despite going 1-2 at the Manor Tournament near Austin this past weekend, the Lady Tigers made a good showing, considering they played larger 3A and 4A schools. In the 1 st game, the Lady Tigers met class 3A Elgin in a down to the wire nail biter that saw the Lady Tigers prevail 33-32 behind the play of Freshman Rachel Ashley who scored 12 points and had 17 rebounds. Mary Speed tossed in 9 points and Sheena Anderson had 6. The Lady Tigers trailed 32- 30 with just 9 seconds left on the clock when Anderson stripped the ball from a Lady Cat and fed it up court to Heather Jackson who sank the lay-up and drew the foul, then stepped to the charity stripe and sank the clutch free throw. With 6 seconds left, Ashley put an end to all hopes of a-Lady Cat victory by stepping in front of a long pass and sealing the win. In game 2, the Lady Tigers faced class 4A and Senior Laden Smithon Valley Lady Rangers that handed them their first loss of the season by a score of 53-35. The Lady Tigers were led by Heather Jackson with 13 points and Sophomore Loren Alexander with 11 points. The Lady Tigers trailed 26- 16 at the half and could never recover from 13 first half turnovers. In game 3, the 5-1 Lady Ti- gers faced class 3A host Manor in another close game which saw The Lady Tigers take their second loss of the season by a score of 45-42, a game which they led by as many as 10 points until late in the 4th quarter. The Lady Tigers were led by Mary Speed with 16 points; Heather Jackson with 11 and Loren Alexander with 8. The Lady Tigers will face 8th ranked Frankston Tuesday,. December 4 with JV action starting at 5:00. Eustace ISD Menus Week of December 10 BREAKFAST MENU Monday: Muffins, Juice and Milk Tuesday: Cereal, Toast, Jelly, Juice and Milk Wednesday: Sausage Pattie, Biscuit, Jelly, Juice and Milk Thursday: Manager's Choice! Friday: Cereal, Toast, Jelly, Juice and Milk LUNCH MENU Monday: Steak w/Gravy, through December 14 Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Roll and Milk Tuesday: Corny Dogs, French Fries, Cookie, Fruit and Milk Wednesday: Chicken Spa- ghetti, English Peas, Garlic Bread, Fruit and Milk Thursday: Manager's Choice! Friday: Hamburger, Lettuce & Pickle, French Fries, Jello and Milk qOW ACCEPTING INFANT5 Monday thru Friday 6.'30  m. - 6.'00 p.m. Serving chiMren 18 month through School age The center is an integral part of Cedar Lake Nursing Home where the chil- dren take daily walks to visit residents and have designated hallways to display their art work for the residnts to enjoy. 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