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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dec. 8, 19a~--~,~ By DOUG GILMORE thers, attack. Logging 20 points to the 'Cats' Taking the consolation title, Marti~ 15, Tl,u'ner, West and Owens moved Mill overc~ame Cross Roads Jr, 5'L~4~ Racking up 43 points, Danny Hughes Leading only once in the first half, Oakwood to a 62-62 tie with Cross Roads and Trinidad took third place, slipt~iv ,, was a thorn in the side of the Oakwood Oakwood was behind, 30-21, as the horn at the 1:24 mark. by Eustace, 48-45. Panthers in Trinidad Saturday night, sounded, ending the half. The third The clock showed :50 with the score Netting 12 field goals and sinking 19 of period brought little consolation as 64 all as the Panthers ran into trouble. CSOSSSOAns~OXKWOOVqV 23 from the free throw line, the Hughes Cross Roads maintained its lead and explosion spurred the Cross Roads led untillate in the fourth quarter. Three consecutive fouls put the game CrossRoads tO ~ :7 ~ - ~ Bobcats to a 70-67 triumph over Oak- out of reach as Hughes, Tony Pryor and ~ --Melvin West $-2-3-18: Wsy~eOw~n~ wood in the boys' finale of the Trinidad But it was not an easy lead to hang on Greg Gideon went to the free throw line ~,~-20; Bobby Anthony 0-1-2-1; Dale Turner ~.;~.~J: Gary Wiley 5-1-6-11; Aaron White ].0~ 2; V,d~h~ Basketball Tournament. to. Pressuring the 'Cats defense, four and came away successfully, l~L~ X-~-2.T~: ~7-~ "We played fantastic tonight," Panthers shot in double numbers. Led Oakwood mastered Cross Roads JV cr~ ~- Tony Pryor 2-b-2-9; Danny ~hlghe~ replied 'Cats coach Tom Drlskill after by Wayne Owens with 20, Melvin West and Eustace to reach the finals. Cross 12-1~-~; Joey Bou ~-i-0; Chf~ nape ~ ~;r ,, Gideon 3-3.0-9; Todd Koehler 04}-1-0. Totals: :~-~,~; i the bout." We played together and followed closely with 18, Dale Turner bested Martins Milt and Trinidad. 70. Danny (Hughes)wasreallyhot." scored 13 and Gary Wiley hit for 11, Hughes was an unstoppable ad- forcing the Cross Roads offense to work versary, ripping jumpers of 15 feet and to stay on top. sneaking in under the glass, taking Going into the fourth period behind, advantage of the unsuspecting Pan- 47-41, Oakwood mounted an offensive BATTLE -- Cross Roads' Greg Gideon (54), battled Oakwood's Wayne ~) for a rebound in the boys' title game of the Trinidad Basketball Tour- night. The Bobcats used Danny Hughes' 43 points to slip by the ~wood won the girls' title, beating Trinidad, 47-37. (Staff photo ~t~l~ t~RNEY GIRL8 -- Named to the girls' All-Tournament team at the ~qt-~muauethall Tournament were (,,to-r) Becky Henry, Cross Roads; P [~tck~ Eustace; Rheada Looney, Wortham; Louise Hornbuekle, Trinidad: I~:~ nurrows, Oakwood Not pictured Is Sandy Norrell of Martins Mill. ,t ~"Puto by Ann Rounsavali, - a ta , e teams ,| t. ~d Junior High Trojans drop- with four each. Suzanne Blanford added S ~:~.,~es to Cayuga JH Mondatwo. # ~,~yuga. "- Y Cayuga took" a first quarter lead of 6- , I~?~a,~tonandKrtsty Hubbard 4. In the second they held Trinidad I~,.f" vj~n girls' effort in scoring scoreless while they added three. In the third Cayuga outscored Trinidad 6-2 and stretched the game final to 21-10 in the fourth. The Trojan boys jumped out to a 9-6 first quarter lead in their contest. The l ~.~,~S.~S~T.,DEC.S~m second quarter proved to be their un- | ~rankstonTournament(VG.VB) doing, with Cayuga dropping in 8 and I ~ ~_r~s_Roads Tournament (VG-VB) holding the Trojans scorelss. I ~t~.u~l~adsToumament(VG-VB) Trinidad again outscored in the third I ~MM~..~ ~ross Roads Tournament (VG-VB) | ~l~..~n~Tournament (VG-VB) laying up 7 to the Wildcats' 6. The four- 1 [ ""'.m~-~Tournament(VG-VB) th period was a stand-off with each I ItMl~...,.. MON., DEC. L~ l ~i~ -x ~U~ace ( JVG-VG ) 5:30 p.m. scoring 6 for the 26- 22 Caynga win. I ~I~Es., DEC. ~ Ryan Renteria led Trinidad's scoring l off(gB-JVB-VB)Sp.m, effort with ten. Chad Rounsavall added l [.Ice (JVB-VB) 5:30 p.m. ~m~.~'W~VO)6 p.m. seven, Jay Watson dropped in three and I m~,.~'e~ (JVB-VB)Bp.m. Jeffrey Boggas added two, ~"~ Oank (JVG-VG) ~p m. 1 ~', ~ ~t Kerens (,pTG-VG.~) 5:~0 p.m. ii Tin, as., nEc. I ~t ~.~_Tournament (VG-VB) ~ ~'u~nPTournament (VG-VB) ~.n~ Tournament (VG-VB) < > ~,, "~ mW~ro Tourmm~nt (VG-VB) ~" at ., DEC. 19 ~'~.t.~u~.. (9B-JVB-VB) 5 p.m. iL.-'~r~ou (JVG-VG) 6 p.m. tt ^ ~ES., DEC MID A HELPING HAND? CLASSIFIEDS By DOUG G~ORE Facing the hometown Lady Trojans of Trinidad in the finals of the Trinidad Basketball Tournament Saturday night, the Oakwood Pantherettes "were a little overconfident going into the match," according to Oakwood coach Melvin Dews. But backing a little overconfidence with the atheletic abilities of one Vickie Burrow, who led the Pantherettes scoring effort with a game-high 32 points, Oakwood overcame the Trinidad threat to the tune of a 47-37 victory. Leading 6-5 at the close of the first period, the Lady Trojans stayed on the :i heels of the Pantherettes throughout ~: the second quarter. As the half came to an end Trinidad found itself down by only one point, 18-17. were never to see the lead again. Holding Trinidad to only 20 second half points, Oakwood increased its score by 29. Stealing the ball and fast breaking down court for the layup and sinking 15- foot jumpers, Burrow accounted for 20 of those 20 points. Ripping three field goals and hitting nine from the free throw line, Lady Trojan Lomse Hornbuck]e led the Trinidad scoring strike with 15 before leaving the game in the second half. Followed closely by Tammy Riley with 12, the combined effort of Hornbuckl~ and Riley fell short of the Pantherette attack. In other tournament action, Eustace defeated Martins Mill to claim the consolation title and Wortham bested Cross Roads for third place honors. "~, The Pantherettes, who destroyed OAKWOOD47-TRINIDAD37 ~ Cross Roads JV, 72-18, and defeated Trlnid~dOakwd 65 1113 117112--479_ Wortham, 63-48, to move into theO~wood--VlckleBurrowls-2-2-32; Lavel]Price tourney finale, "couldn't get the offense 2-2.34; Gaff Bryant 0-0-24; Lisa Price I-0-2-2; Paulette Handsborough 0-0-1-0; Darlene Nickereon 0- together in the first half," stated Dews 0-~0; Marilyn Releford 0-1-5-I; Jack/e Haynes 0-0-2- after the game. 0. Totals: 18-11-19-47. The second half was a different story. ~d -- Lauri Bradley I-0-I-2; Louise Horn- buckle 3-0-5-15; Kr/sti Jones 3-0-6-6; Tammy Riley 2- The Pantherette offense and defense ~s.x2; Barbara uv~ono.o-~o; Tara T~-pe0~-~- came together and the Lady Trojans 0.TeCal~:|l-1,~]2-37. ALL-TOURNEY BOYS -- Selected to the boys' All.Tournament team at the Trinidad Basketbnll Tournament were (i.to-r) Mike Colman, Trinidad: Derek Jackson, Trinidad; Wayne Owens, Oakwood; and Danny Hughes, Cross Roads. Not pictured are Chris Holmes of Eustace and Kevin Earl of MArtins MIll. (Staff photo by Benny Rogers) Cross Roads cage tourney under way The Cross Roads Invitational runner-up, Leon, could claim all Basketball Tournament begins, the marblea. today (Thursday) with eight Schools competing with Cross schools on hand vying for chum- Roads in beth divisions include pi .ons.hip honors in both the boys' Leon, Trinidad, Eustace, War- ann gwm' brackets, tham, Scurry-RoBBer, Mildred and Host Cross Roads ts the defen- Martins MIll. ding champ in both divisions. Trinidad's Lady Trojans open Cross Roads edged Mildred, 56-54, the meet with a I0:00 a.m. bout for last year's boys' championship with Leon. The Trinidad-Leon and the Lady Bobcats whipped boy's game starts at 11:30 a.m. Leon, 56-46, for the girls' crown. Wortham tangles with Eustace in Coach Tom Drlskill's Bobcats gameaatland3:S0p.m. will be seeking a second con- secutive tournament title this Scurry-Roseer anl Martins Mill season, having won the tour- ranl0e at 4 and 5:50p.m. before Cross Roads takes the floor against nement in Trinidad last week. Mildred in girls' action at 7 p.m. CRHS bested Oakwcod, 70-67, for andboys'playatS:~0p.m. the Trinidad title. The Bobcats are 3-2 on the season and rate as the Action begins at I0 a.m. Friday favorite going into the tourney, and 12 noon Saturday as teams The girls' title appears to be up head towards the title Saturday as for grabs, although the Lady Bob- teams head towards the title cats are always tough at home. 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