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Pre-District competition The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dee. 10, 1NI--TA By Benny Rogers Frankston by 10 and finally Kerens by A show of hands, three in the championship game. please. How many The reason behind the suddenly blossoming success? That's easy. A the Tigerettes to tough early schedule, which saw the in, much less win, the tour- Tigerettes slip to a 1-3 reading before Cayuga this past weekend,the current four game win streak, and Not many hands are I0 girls that learned through those toughies. to admit that the Tigerettes' Davis, the Tigerettes' leading scorer, finish did catch me by sur- gives the Tigerettes scoring strength I'm not sure that the inside, but for the Tigerettes to be suc- and Coach Jack Kiser cessful Kiser knew he must get help taken by surprise, too. Oh, to from elsewhere when opposing teams e, the girls expected to be corn- sagged in on Davis. Enter Jackie and wanted to win, but I don't Coleman and Mandy Rogers. Coleman, really expected to go out and a junior, and Rogers, a freshman, have ' have done this early in the come through in the clutch with outside jumpers. The end result? Teams have We've got to remember is that to cease their sagging tactics and come P" began the season with a out in respect of Coleman and Rogers. mat was totally new. Other than Killingsworth is another reason for Michelle Killingsworth the good times. Through her recent MuSlins the local cagers smoothness of quarterhacking the of- ts a team. And fense, Killingsworth is making the of- played very sparingly fense go, no matter what the offensive year. So, you see, Kiser tactic may be. The Tigerettes' reboun- with an inexperienced dins strength comes through the efforts a crew that he knew would of Brenda Hoyt. It was Hoyt's timely arOund. The only question was rebounds in the Cayuga meet that it would take for that to hap- helped make the difference in the late going of a couple games. take note Tigerette fans. The are coming of age. Before When Kiser has had to go to his ben- began their Cayuga tourney ch, MuSlins received the invitation. they began their maturity And, this past week, MuSlins answered with a win over a previously the plea in grand style, with good Athens Hornette team. And, defensive play, key rebounds and clut- the same Athens team that ch free throws. Kiser was also able to the Tigerettes by nine give Michele Ashlock, Bonnie Tanner, Trisha Allen and Linda Barren playing After'the upset time during the week's worth of suc- it was on to Cayuga cess. That will pay off in the long run. Tigerettes overcame a nine Before we go out and proclaim the to best Rusk by eight, Tigerettea the favorite to take the 18AAA titles. let's be realistic. The Tigerettes are just not that far along. There are still things to be worked out and alot of polishing has to be done. But, the bright part of it is, the Tigeret- tea can be as good and go as far as they want. If the girls get serious, buckle down and work a little harder anything they want as far as success goes can be theirs. It's going to take a bit more dedication on their part also. Alot of time is going to have to be spent on the practice court and that means the girls are going to have to sacrifice and not find reasons to miss practice, but make sure they make them. In my opinion, the girls have a top notch coach in Kiser. And, if they'll work with him, they'll place many more games in the "W" column this season. But, it's up to them. Hopefully, they'll continue to get serious, work harder and find the going smooth. The Tigerettos, along with the Tigers, will compete in the Frankston In- vitaUonal beginning today (Thursday). It will be a tough test as 12 good teams make up the bracket. Teams such as LaPoynor, Brownsboro and Athens are among that number and are the three day affairs' favorites. Good luck girls ~ I ! THIS 'N THAT All tourney honors went to Jackie~ Coleman, Russell Tarver and Marilyn Davis this past weekend...The Tigers, 6-1, and the Tigerettes, 5-3, have com- bined for an 11-4 start...Next week's schedule calls for the boys to host Can- ton on Tuesday, while the girls trek to Cross Roads. Next week's tourney stop is in Brownsboro... The first of two sign up Saturdays for the upcoming Little Dribbler season is a few weeks away. Watch The News for information next week...If you get a chance, stop by the gym and take a look at the new scoreboard. Got two new heaters, too. Christmas came early... } PLACE WINNER8 In the Trhfldad Tournament Saturday was the Trojans, pictured above. Front row, (I to r) is Derek Stevens, Alle Livingston, Brad Elsom, Jerry Kelth Stanfleld and Dewltt Loven. Back row Is Charles BevdL Kvle Fly& Jlmmv Carter. Grel King and Condl Larry Cumby. (Staff ~ by Aim RmmuvaU) By SCOTr ELLIOTT When you're undefeated, R's like being a target ... and every opponent wants to hit the bulls-eye. The Athens Hornettes discovered as much Tuesday night on their home court when the Malakoff Tigerettes knocked them from the unbeaten ranks, 44-40, in a turnover-plagued pre-distrlct game. Athens entered the game with an unblemished 5-0 slate, and one of those notches had come at the expense of Malakoff, 61-,52, Just last week. But this Tigerette club seemed much different from the one which Athens disposed of with relative ease earlier in the season. For one thing, the Tlgerettes presented a multi- dimensional offense, rather than solely depending on getting the ball inside to post Marilyn Davis as they had in the first encounter. While Davis was instrumental in the Malakoff victory with a game-high 13 points and a crackerjack final quarter, she was by no means the lone con- trlbutor on the MI-IS squad. Jackie Coleman, for instance, fought like a wounded bear on the rebounding boards and bagged eight points of. fensively. Brenda Hoyt also chipped in eight points, and Jay Jay Mullahs did a highly creditable Job in relief, coming off the bench to hit for five points and pull down timely rebounds. Athens, ironlealy, never had what one would term a comfortable lead but did appear to be methodically, ff not sluggishly, moving toward its sixth win during the first three acts. Prissy Corley's gais owned leads of 7-,5, 20-19 and 30-28 at the close of those segments, but Malakoff came on strong in the final chapter behind Davis' eight markers. The game was knotted at 34-34 with 5:22 left, but MHS' Mandy Rogers gave her team the lead for good with a shot in the lane at the 4:34 Juncture. Corley's crew got as close as 40-39 after consecutive buckets by Dana Taylor and Sbawn Henderson, but Malakoff answered with field goals by Davis off a steal and Hoyt on the baseline, making it 44-39 with only 16 ticks on the timepiece. The Hornettes suffered through one of their chilliest nights of the season from the field, and that was a major factor behind the loss. Athens never December 14-18 Monday-steak fingers with gravy, whipped potatoes, green beans, hatter bread, milk Tuesday-tacos with cheese, lettuce & tomato, Mexican corn, pudding, milk 'Wednesday-hamburgers, lettuce & pickles, french fries with ketchup, peanut butter crispies, milk Thursday-Christmas Dinner.baked sliced ham, green beans, sweet potatoes, hot rolls, fruit salad, milk Frlday-corny dogs with mustard, tater tots with ketchup, cheese sticks, fruit, milk JUNIOR HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL Baskets served with french fries hamburgers hot dogs chili dogs corny dogs submarine sandwiches Occasional specials SNACK ITEMS Snack cakes, chips, cookies, tea. Choice of milk daily Breakfast served daily at all 3 schools Cross Road December 14-18 Breakfast Menu Monday-cereal, juice, milk Tuesday-toast, sausage, juice, milk Wednesday-pancakes, juice, milk Thursday-cereal, juice, milk Friday-donuts, juice, milk Lunch Menu Monday-barbecued weiners, whipped potatoes, pinto beans, cornbread, cookies, milk Tuesday-steak fingers, french fries, blackeyed peas, light bread, pudding, milk Wednesday-vegetable soup, san- dwiches, crackers, fruit, cake, milk Thursday-ham, sweet potatoes, green beans, rolls, fruit salad, milk Friday-sloppy joes, french fries, pickles, cheese squares, fruit, milk really got its fast break offense in gear, Cumby added I0 and Henderson posted nor was it able to crank up its full-court eight. press due to foul trouble involving key The contest was a thriller for the fans personnel- Gnssy Sims and Kim Dyer, as the score was knotted 12 times and namely, the lead changed bands on nine sc- One might also cRe Athens' frosty casions. work at charity lane. The Hornettes hit MALAKOFF M, ATHENS 40 only 10 of 25 foul shots, and some of (Girls) those miscues were the front ends of Malakoff 5 14 9 18-44 one-and-one bonus situations. Athens 7 13 10 10--40 But that factor really would not hold MALAKOFF -- Davis 13, Rogers 6, water because Malakoff was just as Hoyt 8, Kflllngsworth 4, Coleman 8, cold, if not more so, from the stripe, MuslimS. connecting on only six of 20. ATHENS -- Henderson 8, Dyer 1, LaTonya Williams finished as Williams 11, Taylor 2, Camby 10, G. Athens' top gun with 11 points. Janice Sims 6, T. Sims 2. TIGERtTTE $U8011 STATISTICS (Afar 8 Soma} Total Season Field Free Personal Player Points Average Goals Throws Fouls U. Davis (8) ................ 139 17,3 60 19 18 J. Coleman (8) ............... 86 10.8 36 14 16 M. Rosers (8) ................ 42 5.2 18 6 18 B. ~ (8) .................. 32 4.0 II I0 26 M. Killinlpworth (8} ........... 23 2.8 5 13 18 i, Mullins (8) ................ 19 2.3 6 7 II M. ~hlock (6) ................ 2 .33 1 0 8 B. Tanner (4) ................. 2 .50 I 0 0 T. Allen (4) .................. I .25 0 I I L Da.on (I) ................. 0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS ................... 344 43.0 138 68 114 OPP$. TOTALS .............. 319 39.8 137 45 152 (Games Played In Parenthesis) TIGER SEASON STATISTICS (After 7 Games) Total Soeson Field Free Personal Player Points Average Goals Throws Fools R. Blair (7) ................. 123 17.5 5,5 13 30 R. Tirver (7) ................ 118 16.8 58 6 7 C. Jackson (7) ............... 49 7.0 24 I 23 J. McCain (7) ................ 46 6.5 22 2 20 Je. Jackson (7} ............... 38 5.4 16 6 S C. Clements (5) .............. 28 5.6 12 4 12 H. Turner (7) ................ 22 3.1 9 4 14 T. Thomas (5) ................. 3 .60 I I 2 J. Jackson (3) ................. 0 0.0 0 0 2 R. Speed (1) ................. 0 0.0 0 0 0 B. 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