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i JVTigerettes Getv00 00al!on Tiger Growl n Varsity,00_ > Malakoff's Junior Varsity "y q , ay. ibm Tigerettebasketeerstook the Earlier they d defeated ur0ps i1 UIIWt consolation match in the Trinidad's varsity 38-34 and Edited By The Malakoff High School Journalism Class Trinidad tournament with a Trinidad's Junior Varsity ............ '..:':';':.;-;.::i:! 38-37 squeaker over Mabank's 39-34.1n the consolation match, I Fairfieldn Second In Faidield Tourney Tigerettes came Saturday night with a place trophy after a close match with 55-47, in the Fairfield ette scoring attack with 24 points and Cindy Dawson added 17. In the preliminary games the Tigerettes defeated Dawson 58-30 and Kennard 55-42. Hughes led the Tiger- Drop Tigerettes, 65.62 Rebelettes terrific job holding down the the Tigerettes 65-62 high powered Rebelette last Tuesday night, Dec. offense," he said. In the previous Monday Dawson led the night action the Tigerettes in scoring with 27 demolished the Teague Lisa Hughes was close Lionettes 92-37. with 23 and Donna Five players hit double followed up with 10. figures for the Tigerettes. Hughes suffered a Leading scorer was Cindy elbow in the la.tter Dawson with 22 points the gam'e. "Lisa will be followed by Be Jordan with to play in about two 19, Janet Jackson added 17, Coach Gary Ashlock Mary Bq'ron chunked in 15, Bo Jordan will takeover Donna Hughes hit 10 and starting position until Lisa Hughes added another nine points. "I was extlemely pleased BOX SCORE new starter, Linda Malakoff vs Duncanville on defense and post Janet Jackson FG FT TP Dawson,' Ashlock Cindy Dawson 12 3 27 "The defense did a Lisa Hughes 6 11 23 Donna Hughes 4 2 10 y: Rogers: Janet Jackson 1 0 2 Duncanville 26 13 65 Report Malakoff vs Teague PLAYER FG FT TP Cindy Dawson 10 2 22 By Benny Rogers Be Jordan 9 1 19 Janet Jackson 8 ... 1 17 With only seven school 5 15 school is dismissed 0 10 the Christmas holidays, 1 9 what's happening, l0 92 The National Honor is currently selling directories. The direc- includes the student's and telephone num- The price is 25 cents. Two classes will take the Services Vocational Battery test 11-12. Sophomores be tested Thursday, Dec. I. Seniors will take the test the 12th. The test is to predict chances success in Various job Coach Brooks Symank and Jayvees captured their win of the season last night They edged Fairfield Eagles 67-63. have a 1-2 season MaryNell Barren 5 Donna Hughes 5 Lisa Hughes 4 TOTAL 41 Fairfield Destroys Varsity Five The Malakoff Tigers were destroyed 98-42 here last Tuesday night by the Fairfield Eagles. The Fairfield five jumped off to an early decisive lead by outscoring the Tigers 21-6 in the first quarter. The Tigers never managed to narrow the gap. Malakoff finally started hitting the basket in the second period of play. The Eagles barely outscored the Tigers 26-20 but held a 47-26 lead at intermission. Fiarfield's size and quick- ness shot the Tigers down in the second half as they outscored the Tigers 51-16. Mike Chandler led the Tiger scoring with 12 points. Robert Cook and Mike "Buck" Givens hit for 10 and eight points respectively. It was the third loss for the Tigers in as many starts to that date. ents will once dot the basketball this weekend. The play in the Classic while the play in the Athens The Junior and Tigerettes compete in the Kerens Christmas Mary Nell Barren was high Play Set scorer in the Dawson game with 15 points. Cindy Dawson added 12 and Janet Jackson By Juni0 tossed in 11. Donna Hughes led the Malakoff High School's Tigerettes in scoring against junior class will present their Kennard with 19 points. Bo Christmas play, "How Santa Jordan threw in 13, Cindy Claus Came to Simpson's Dawson chunked in 12 and Crossing," on Thursday, Dec. Janet Jackson followed uo 18, at the high school audi- with 11. torium. The two wins and one loss The play is a historical brought the Tigerettes' comedy that takes place season record to six wins and during one of the most three losses, dramatic periods of American Malakoffvs Neches history, the great California PLAYER " FG FT TP gold rush. It typifies the men Lisa Hughes 9 6 24 and women who were rugged Cindy Dawson 8 I 17 enough to meet the challenge Donna Hughes 3 0 6 of the West, and gives some TOTAL 20 7 47 idea of the ruggedness of their Malakoff vs Dawson daily routine. Cindy Dawson 4 4 12 Proceeds from this play will Janet Jackson 5 1 ll go toward financing the Mary Barren 7 1 15 Junior-Senior Prom of 1976. Donna Hughes 4 l 9 Be Jordan 2 1  6 Jayvees Lose Janice Barren 2 5 TOTAL 24 10 58 MalakoffvsKennard Two Win One Donna Hughes 8 3 19 | Be Jordan 5 3 13 Cindy Dawson 4 4 12 At Trinidad Janet Jackson 5 l 11 TOTAL 22 11 55 iii:':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':'ii: iii Malakoff Menu !ii!i ii Dec. 15- 19 Monday: Fish Krispies and Tartar Sauce', Macaroni and Cheese, English Peas, Bread, Applesauce, Milk. Tuesday: Baked Weiners, Buttered Corn, Greens, Yeast Corn Bread, Jello, Milk. Wednesday: Hamburgers, Lettuce, Pickle, French Fries and Catsup, Peanut Butter Balls, Milk. Thursday: Turkey and Dressing, Giblet Gravy, Cranberry Sauce, Green Beans, Fruit Salad, Milk. Friday: Sloppy Joes, Mashed Potatoes, Baked Beans, Cake Squares, Milk. Malakoff JV basketball team won one and lost two games in the Trinidad tourna- ment last weekend. One of the losses was a 74-69 loss to Trinidad's varsity squad in overtime. Dana Wilson was top scorer in that game with 20 points. The Tiger squad defeated Trinidad's Junior varsity by 65-39, with Philip Hall leading the scoring drive for the Tigers with 14 points. Mabank eliminated Main- koff from the tournament with a 66-38 score. Bubba Hayes led the Tigers with 8 points. Send Your Santa Claus Letter Right Away Oodles of Toys .............. 15  to Sl0 Round WOrld Dolls ................. Sl'9 leans Gid..........................Sl  ........2 , & Cradle Dolk.,,,,., s 00 8595 s79s Mama Dolls.........................3  Teenage Fashion Dolls.............. 24" Drink & Wet............s5 & s695 Bride or Walking Doll ... s-y9s OeeoeoeOeeee / Register For Drawing Smith Drugs & Variety S & H Green Stamps Lay-away Phone 489-1220 Malakoff held a one point lead, 19-18 at half-time, and managed to pull ahead 28-23 a the end of the third quarter, only to see taht lead melt to one point in the final quarter as Trinidad scored 14 points while the Tigerettes were scoring 10. Sheryl Coleman was leading scorer in that game with 9 field goals and a free throw. She was followed by Cindy Ashton with 10 points, Beth Harris with 5 and Lela Raybourne with 4. In a 38-34 victory over th eTrinidad varsity, Beth Harris led the pack with 14 points; Cindy Ashton and Sheryl Coleman each had 8 points and Lela Raybourn had 4. In the 39-34 defeat of Trinidads Jayvees, Beth Harris had 20 points, Sheryl Coleman 12, and Cindy Ashton 7. Malakoff's varsity basket- ball Tigers dropped two games in the Fairfield tourna- ment last weekend. They fell 74-36 to Palestine in the first game. Buck Givens was leading scorer for Malakoff with 10 points. In game two, Malakoff dropped an 86-66 game to Milford. Mike Chandler led Malakoff's scoring with 24 FERTILIZER Sales & Custom Spreading LIQUID FEED The lowest cost way to feed Call for complete details Randall Neiii 489-0081 Malakoff Phe Tigerettes will he in next Tuesday to tangle with the in the first district of the season. Last these two teams battled 'the district crown with the emerging as The Junior Varsity at 6 p.m. and the game follows. Freshman basketball will play their third contest of the season ; Thursday night in Grand "Fish" currently 2-0 district mark. High School's class has taken on !responsibility of covering local school basketball for the Malakoff News. for some reason a game is :COvered, the coach should a member of the or instructor ylie. Just for the will cover all varsity ;and jayvee boys games, Evans serves as counterpart for girls and junior varsity. Dukes will cover the boys games, and Arthus follows all and eighth grade Another class will be assigned to junior high girls events :near .fu:u.r e. t's alltfor now. See you eek -: same day, same Write To Sam o Malakoff Nem, IL k 9, Ihlakoff ARROWHEAD Invites Everyone To Visit The First Nine Holes Of Its New Golf Course Ran Rucker Also Introducing RON RUCKER Resident Golf Pro hchd00 A Full Line at Merchandise & Lesns Are Available By Appointment Only eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeooeeeeeeeeeeeeaee s i Clip Coupon ! i And Bring For Free Round Of Golf i a NAMI: ................. - a 11# Ull ' , . ' AODRESS " PHONE ..  mmm i umm   ulm mm Imm n mm elmle Im ml i mlm Dec. l l, 1975-MALAKOFF NEWS-Page 3 Jayvees Defeat Eagles By 67-63 The Malakoff Junior Varsity Tigers defeated the Fairfield Eagles (i7-63 here on l)ec. 2 in a closely played contest. Each quarter of the contest saw neflher team outscoring the other by more than t)ur points. The victory gives the Tigers a 1-2 season record. Dana Wilson was high scorer :or Malakoff with 22 points. Phillip Hall and Ray Garrison had 11 each. Virgie Jackson scored six for the night. To stretch a meal, add grated potatoes and leftover vege- tables, such as peas and baked beans, along with liquid from canned vegetables to a can of pea soup. GIANT STOCK REDUCTION SALE 15% to 25% off EVERY ITEM IN STORE ii:i: AFX Race Car Set, Trains. Model Planes & ii:,:i l{and Craft Supplies. 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