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Sports & School Wednesday, December 5, 2001 - The Malakoff News - PAGE 5B Cross Roads elementary and junior high honor roll Growing ttp TeXan Amanda Preston Seventh Grade A Honor Roll: Kari Baker, Hannah Campbell, Kimberly Hayes, Richard Jenkins, Katy Rogers, Lauren Stewart and Pura Weldon Seventh Grade AB Honor Roll: Blake Carriere, Amber Couch, Bo Green, Amber Hamilton, Kierstyn Hannigan, Justin Hearne, David Holley, Curtis Howard, Joseph Kirkpatrick, David Mathiews, Ashley McCord, Jamie McKee, Danielle Richardson, Lyle Robertson, Stephan Williams, BJ Simpkins and Jordan Templin Eighth Grade AB Honor Roll: Briley Attaway, Courmey Dorsey, Katie Frentress, Whitney Houston, Natalie Huddleston, Kassity Ivey, Delena Jock, Michelle Kirk, Friedrick Lebaron, Alyssa Piper, Vanessa Rodriguez, Tiffany Sneed, Maggie Lewis, Joseph Morrison, Fidencio Olvera, Stormy Pearce, Holly Siggelow, Bryan Stovall, Dalton Thomas and Brimey Willett MI Star Basketball Camp Registration is now open for The Ten Star All Star Summer Basketball Camp. The Camp is by Invitation Only. There is both an Indi- vidual All Star Camp, boys and girls ages 10-19 are eli- gible to apply. Past partici- pants include: Michael Jor- dan, Tim Duncan, Grant Hill and others. Individual Camp Locations include: Texas, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michi- gan, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Penn- sylvania, Rhode Island, Ten- nessee, Virginia, Washing- ton. For the Team A1 Star Camp both School and A.A.U. Teams can apply. Boys ages 14-19 are eligible. Team AI Star Camp loca- tions include: California, Florida, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylva- nia, Virginia. Players from 48 states and 7 foreign coun- tries attended the 2001 camp. College basketball scholarships are possible for players selected to the All- American Team. For a free brochure call (704) 568-6801 anytime. Continued fkom page 1B I|'l SECOND SIX WEEKS HONOR ROLL Second Grade A Honor Roll: Anna Cross, Brittney Tucker, Chelsey Pryor, Heather Root, Garrett Robertson, Destiny Lawrence, Kyler Newman, Hunter Norwood, Taylor Williams, Patrick Wright, Ashley Davidson, Zachery Piper, Brandon Pryor, Kara Silvey, Kolton Sparks and Alex VanderColff Second Grade AB Honor Roll: Emily McGlaun, Heather McCan, Tyler Marker, Phillip Hall, Camron Martin, Ben Minze, Cierra Morgan, Shelby Smith, Johnathan Stewart, Katie Smith, Jose Almaguer, Lindsay Anderson, Aaron Atchley, Randi Byers, Caleb Dowell, Bobby Spraberry, Jeffery Rhea and Rebecca Rob- erts Third Grade A Honor Roll: Angel Ridlen, Justin Hairgrove and Taylor Rogers Third Grade AB Honor Roll: Austin Cheatham, Katherine Giles, Jordan King, Micheal Lee, Carlee Lewis, Devin Loden, Brittany Alexander, A.J. Hammons, Kelsey Hirsch, Cody Moore, Nic Strubhart and Shelby Surls Fourth Grade A Honor Roll: Ashley Spencer, Haley Lowrance, Steven Murff, Cody Sherrell and Scott Stovall Fourth Grade AB Honor Roll: Alan Kramer, Caity Holt, Allen Cochran, Cheyanne Morgan, Courtnee Forrester, Reanna Lowrance, Andy Cutting, Natasha Gressett, Shane Harris, Kody Herrera, Brandon Leopard, Corey Rogers, Courtney Spybuck, Cheyanne Wakeham, Morgan Flanagin, Holly Hinds, Kayla Millender, Jessica Quintanilla, Adam Komandosky and Ashley George Fifth Grade A Honor Roll: Rodney Blanton and Tara Paroline Fifth Grade AB Honor Roll: Mackenzi Arnold, Shelby McCord Tyler Rodriguez, Dustin Leopard and Jake Minze Sixth Grade A Honor Roll: Alexandria Cochran, Katie Elledge, Heather Hirsch, Cheyanna Lebaron, Becca McBride and Jessica Neill Sixth Grade AB Honor Roll: Cameron Boyd, Lindsey Cross, Elizabeth DeCordova, Justin Juvera, Stormy Gressett, Rachel Jennings, Dewayne Johnigan, Kayla Lee, Lacy Miller, Lauren Miller, Donald Piper, Chasity Pryor, Cody Quinn, Jeannie Satterfield, Jessica Villagran, Marissa Penny, Donald Piper and ie f wfh K KLS urehead, useful in bringing times as many people as the about the needed change. Will Japanese planes did at Pearl. the fanatics enlisted in the ser- I am not in any way under- vice of Osama bin Laden be playing the disaster of Pearl as malleable? Somehow I Harbor. We lost brothers, fa- doubt it. thers, friends in terrible, brutal The Japanese were a fierce ways. But it represented an enemy. Now they are fierce end, once and for all, to For- competitors, using the tress America. We could no economy that we helped re- longer stand back and let other build to keep our auto industry nations escape responsibility and our home electronics sec- for the actions of war crimi- tor off balance. The competi- nals in their midst. Afghanistan tion has ultimately been good is proving that we can now for Detroit; American cars are walk and chew gum at the better now than they were same time, playing the diplo- thirty years ago, largely be- mat with the six shooter cause the Japanese were eat- strapped to his side. President ing their lunch. It is highly Bush has shown the Right Stuff doubtful that bin Laden and his in his Commander in Chief followers can be re-trained as role. His choices for Defense peaceful entrepreneurs. Secretary and Secretary of So, what does this all mean State have turned out to be to the American people and pleasant surprises. I wish I their government? It means could say as much for some of that, horrendous and treacher- his domestic initiatives. But ous as the Pearl Harbor attack America has shown it will was, it is not the one that will stand behind any leader that live in infamy. The Twin can read its mood accurately. Tower/Pentagon bombings And so far George W, Bush were not military attacks on has shown he can feel the na, military targets...Pearl Harbor tional pulse pretty well, ,. was... The 911 rampage of The real test will come in the murder and mayhem didn't months and years ahead as he take place on a distant shore tries to fashion a lasting peace but right in the heart of Ameri- in the Middle East. He's got to can economic might and in the somehow walk a tightropei bastion of our vaunted military protecting Israel's right to live complex. They did it with free of terrorism. At the same fewer than twenty people us- time he has to acknowledge ing our own civilian airlines to the reality that lies behind the carry out their treacherous popularity of Osama bin Laden, scheme. And they killed three Continued on page 6B Henderso'00n ' County, We'rehere for yo00u. We're  We'm We'm We'm We're Wtr Lo  ,my. 67'0,3464 #1 POINSETTIAS ARE IN! AT GROOM'S NILJRSERY Large selection Superior Quality & Great V,00lud Christmas trees will be arriving soon 302 S 3rd St. Mabank, TX 887-8561 O 7 Days 9-5 ll4111BII