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~/~.-Tl~ ]dJd~d New1 Dee.S, lm AI,L-TOURNAMENT -- Tigeretto Mandy Rogers (44), shown here shooting a Jump shot in a game played recently, was named to the girls' All-Tournament team at the Seventh Annual Cayuga Bossier Club Tournament last weekend. The 5.foot.7 Junior scored 47 points and pulled dew. 27 rebounds In the three-day meet.., (Staff photo by Lewis Tull) FEED * SEED * SUPPLIES KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214/396-2881 or OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS 396-2282 re,m-- I I I I , By BENNY ROGERS The Malakoff Tigerettes stormed past Frankston's Maidens, 45-23, in Cayuga Saturday afternoon to claim the consolation prize of the Seventh Annual Cayuga Booster Club Tour- nament. The Tigerettes opened tourney play with a narrow 43-42 1o~, but bounced back to demolish Kerens iV, 60-19, to set up the consolation match with Frankston. The consolation title marks the third consecutive season the MIIS Ferns have placed in the meet. After winning the championship in 1981, the local ladles took third place last year. Coach Willie Wikon's Tigers fell upon hard times in the tournament, dropping two games. Cayuga pounded the Tigers, 55-40, in the opener and Neches eliminated the Tigers, 76-45. Tlgerettes 45 - Frankst,m Yolanda Yackson combined for 25 points to lead MHS past Frankston in the consolation game. Jackson paced the scoring with 14 and Mandy Rogers tossed in 11. The Tigerettes blew the game open with a 15-3 scoring advantage in the final quarter. The Tigerettes led 30-20 going into the quarter. Dana Williams scored five points to lead FHS in scoring. Shella Beard and Shelly Morton added four each. Tigerettes SO - Kerens JV 19 Three MHS players scored in double figures in a 60-19 victory over Kerens iV. Emily Jackson led all scorers with 17 points. Rogers knocked in 14 and Yolanda Jackson had 12. Rogers, who scored 47 points and pulled down 27 rebounds in three games, was named to TIGERETTE SEASON STATISTICS (After 6 Games) Total Season Field Player Points Average Goals Mm~/I~ (1) ............. 19 14.1 33 Ydaeda Jxlmm (6) ........... 61 11.3 34 tmi~ i~ (6) ............. SO 8.3 Z3 stm st,m (61 ............... 36 6.0 15 IMq~t Jam (6) ........... 15 2.5 | Deda Smith (6) .............. 13 2.5 5 Mkl~ Mmm (6) ............ 12 2.0 5 I~ ~e ~ (6) ............... 2 03 1 Cm J~dum (2) ............. 2 1.0 1 b,dlk Johmm (5) ............. 1 0.2 0 TOTALS 288 48.0 17.3 OPPS. TOTALS 215 35.8 88 ( Games Pluyed In Purenthesis) Free Personal Throws Fouls 13 16 0 Zl 4 14 6 15 3 7 3 18 2 10 0 18 0 1 1 4 32 124 49 94 (Sea son Record 4-2) TIGER SEASON STATISTICS (After 5 Games ) Total Season Field Player Points Average Goals }off Pm.tke (5) .............. 44 8.8 17 John Ysnm' (5) .............. 37 7.4 16 Mike Riddb (5) .............. 3Z 6.4 12 u.m (4) .............. 2s e.5 s Deonls F~ (5) ............ 25 5.0 g MIchae( Hoyt (5) .............. 23 4.6 10 Ko~n Jscbm (2) ............ 13 6.5 | 0sn~ 0h,Jr (5) ............... 8 1.6 2 K)'b hmmerhii[ (1) ............ 8 8,0 4 Dad Stewdtch (4) ............ 4 1.0 2 TOTAL8 220 44.0 87 OPP8. 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Friday 7:30 amm, . 5:30 p.m. and Saturday 7:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Prices good through Dec. 10,198, I the All-Tournament team. Iesha Thompson was the top Kerens scorer with eight points. Cayuga 43 - Tigerettes 42 Jeanette Jenkins hit two free throws with I0 seconds remaining to lift Cayuga over milS, 43-42, in first round action. After trailing by as many as 11 points, the Tigerettes finally pulled even at 31- 31 with 6:31 to go on a Yolanda Jackson bucket. The lead see-sawed until Jenkins hit the game-winning free throws. Rogers had a desperation 17- footer bounce off the rim at the buzzer. Rogers led the Tigerettes in scoring with a carcer-high 22 points. Yolanda Jackson finished with 13. Cayuga ~ - Tigers 40 After leading 12-10 going into the second period, the Tigers quickly fell behind to a red hot Wildcat team. Cayuga won, 55-40. Mike Riddle was the top MHS scorer with 11 points. John Tanner had 10, Tim Conrad led Cayuga with 18 and Randall Wisenbaker poured in 15. Neches 76 - Tigers 45 Louis Anderson pumped in 25 points to lead Neches in a 75-45 shelling of the Tigers in the second round. Joining Anderson in double figures were Andy Snider with 15 points and Richard Lyles with 11. Sophomore Kervin Jackson came off the bench to lead the MHS tack with 13 markers. TunnY' nine and Jeff Pi-entice had sev(m. Frunkston Tournament The Tigers and Tigerettes will pete in the annual Frankston beginning today (Thursday Coach John Hayton's at 3 p.m. against play Frankston at 1:45 p.m.. , Girls teams enters inclUae, Athens, Brownsboro, Nec Competing inthe LaPoynor, Neches, CayUga, Bull~rd and Brownsboro. TEX ASSO I 1983 THE On Sports By Benny Rogers Tigerette talk Talking about those Tigerettes ... With two weeks of the 1983-84 basketball season history, the stealing the local headlines. Coach John Hayton's crew has a solation trophy to its credit and appears to be headed for even more credentials. The Tigerettes' recent success on the hardwoods should prise. If you'll remember, we suggested a few weeks back the players returning and two move-ins, the Tigerettes could the glorydays of yesteryear. It still looks that way from here. _..,o.t factor More overall team play than in recent years is the single most impor'":,.~r~ in the Tigerettes' good start. That, of course, coupled with the yo~.~.P~ continuing to improve could make it fatal to be a Tigerette opponent in u~ to come. If a look at the Tigerettes' balanced scoring stats does not im ce at the local ladles' roster should. Only one senior -- Darla student who is the Tigerette quarterback -- dots a roster filled with and one sophomore. Of the younger players, four are averaging better than five points The others are contributing in other ways -- rebounding, defense, tom line is all are contributing. It hasn't always been that way. Going into the season, Mandy Rogers, the team's leading scorer, w~ to hold that position after being the team's second-leading sophomore. And it was figured Yolanda Jackson, the far, would be a scoring threat. But very few thought players like Staci Stone and Bridgett Jackson would make the impact scoring department. And it's not necessarily the number of them valuable as much as it i~ the threat of points ....... ~ fl~ The biggest surprise of the trio is Stone. Always an inspirational P~mce d her hustle, Stone is beginning to score buckets not expected. The em~r~d the Stone as a scoring threat, the potentially awesome shooting of Roger. " play of the Jackson girls give the MHS ferns a solid offensive punch.. .... F.~t~_ For any team to be successful there must be a cast of supportive P~Y ,~'~ ~UP Dee Ann Holt, Michelle Mann and Smith Smith is the only starter st and has solidified the offense out front. Mann and Holt are the first player"-" bench with a mission of defense and reboundlrm Both ~et the lob done. _ M0~t A tough district schedule awaits the Tigere't~ afte; the f~t of tbeYTr~y believe District 17-AAA will once again belong to Westwood -- ano J:.U for tM does. But the rest of the pack are thought to be pretty even for the batU= runner-up slots and playoff berth. . . ~,,~o ~to~,= There's no reason for the Tigerettes not to be ready for 17-AAA plaYii]~ MIw tournaments, Franksten this weekend and Brownsboro next week, ww ;...m i~" an opportunity to play quality opponents, which tends to make a young w,~-- prove. not necessarily that the Tigerettes will-,-~J~.~~; The final analysis here is playoffs, post an impressive record or even win 20 games ... But, tbe I~-~"- are a good team that will get better. And who's to say they won't make the playoffs, post an impressive rvcord or win 20 games? fJOPHOMORE -- mlakotPs Kerr= Jacksoa .(~l~,ldlllg ,l~m~ mOOTING sophomore, went up for shot over Cayuga', Tim Conrad