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The Malalmff News, Thursday, Dee. 17, lUl--$A THE On Sports By Benny Roge1,s Letter to Santa f~"thought you wouldn't here from me again, huh? After all, it has been 14 years lAnd, by the way, thanks for the electric football set, tape recorder ~i tl~ee speed bicycle. They sure provided me with many hours of fun. :::,.~i~Y':~i y, after all these years, a letter now~. Well, you jolly ole man, there's quite a ~ber of things needed around here that I thought other people wohld have ............. :i l!en care of, but, evidently, you're going to have to be the one to bring'era, our. , So, settle back in your easy chair, have another cup of hot toddy, the hat m a S.C., it would be nice to have signs as you enter the city on Highway Malakoff as "Home of the National Champion Little Dribblers." I it has been three years since we won our first and have since added How many do we have to win before we get our signs? let's turn our attention of needs to the area of Tiger Stadium. Santa, our box is in dire need of a new roof. Some of us have to work there out of the year and it sure isn't very fun trying to take notes or hold a in your hands with rain water dripping on you. While you're in box, the inside could sure use a fresh coat of paint and you might con- r leaving a portable heater and fan. They do tend to be needed during the season. FL~LAKOFF YOUTH SPORTS ASSOCIATION APPLICATION FOR LITTLE DRIBBLERS tAHE GIRL BOY PHONE kDDRESS CITY DATE OF BIRTH AGE AGE HEIGHT WEIGHT SCHOOL TEACH PLAYED ON LAST YEAR (If any) (Circle One) SHIRT SIZE: g, IO, t2, 14, 16, t8, 20, 22 STATE AS OF AUG. 31, 1982 We, the parents of the above named candidate for a position ou Little Oribblcrs Hasketball team, hereby give our approval to his/her participation in any and all Little Dribblers activities. We assume all risks and hazards incidental to such participation including transportation tO and from aetlvities and we do hereby waive, release, absolve, and indemtlify and agree to hold harless Halakoff Youth Sports Association, Little Dribblers, the organizer sponsor, supervisor, participant, and persons trallsporting our child to and from activlties for any claim arising out of any injury to our child whether a result oi negligence or any other cause except to the extend and amount covered by accident or liability insurance. Ne ogree to return upon request the uniform and other equipment issued to us in as good a con- dition as when received except for the normal wear aI~d. tear. We will ~urnish a certitied birth certificate upon request. We hereuith deliver our child*s enrollment tee. Hember of HYSA - Fee $10.O0 Non-Memoer HYSA - Fee $zO.vO As a parent, we bel[ve i~ Little Dribblers and will asSiSt in this Date program by: Scorekeeplng Coaching Phone No. Addresa Concession he~p Postgame Clean-up By BENNY ROGERS The first of two sign-up Saturdays for the upcoming Little Dribbler season is set for Saturday, December 19, at the cafeteria on the Elementary School campus. Parents may enroll their youngsters between 9 a.m. and I p.m. Parents are reminded of new enrollment fees this year as the Little Dribbler program, as will be the case with all youth sports leagues in the future, will be governed by the newly formed Malakoff Youth Sports Association. Fees for MYSA family members will be $I0 per child, while non-members will be required to pay $20 per child. Local parents may obtain member- ship in the MYSA Saturday prior to enrolling their youngsters in the Little Dribbler program. Membership may also be obtained by filling out the MYSA membership form that may be found elsewhere in this issue of The News. The form and fees shouLd be mailed to An enrollment form, which may also be found in this issue of The News, should be completed and brought to the sign-up session Saturday. However, forms were to be distributed at school this week and will also be available at the cafeteria. The 1982 season will began as soon as the high school season is completed in mid-February according to the league's Executive Vice President John Beasley. Beasley also asked that anyone wishing to coach a team or help the program in any way attend the sign-up session. According to Beasley, a second sign- up date will be held after the first of the year, but parents are requested to take advantage of this Saturday's session as it will aide in the planning of the up- coming season. Anyone with questions regarding the MYSA or the Little Dribbler program is requested to call MYSA President Ed you'll be able to fit it in your bag, but we sure do need some more sp ..... the MYSA, P.O. Box 759, Malakoff, Lee (489-0964), Benny Rogers (489-1168) space at the stadium. It sure doesn't make us look very hospitable to our ,, 'i Itin fans when we tow their cars and trucks away during the games. That's Texas, 7S148. or Beasley (489-1526). ~k]~t0 ~aention how big a nusiance I'll bet it is to our PA announcer to have to in- Appl icati ..... y be mai I~,~ to: ~ ..................................................................... , his description of the game and ask someone to move his or her vehicle. .a [ako f f Youth Sports As~.oc i at i ot~ i MALAKOFF YOUTH SPORTS ASSOCIATION i /l;lWould also make our stadium a bit more attractive and give it a certain p.o. Halakoff, Texas 75 t4B -g APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP : : Address: ___._~ ---__ : Phone: ..... ~ --~---- : ~hasn'talready beensaid? Dont get me wrong, itisaplace to play and we i "et es : TypeMembership FeeS :of Membership: Famfly:__.___AssiateSSO Famlly$,Olndividual: IndividualSt0 : lthankful for the new scoreboard and heaters, but it really is a pitiful sight , ": Associate: ....... ' .... _, " l~pared to its counterparts. , !s -- -- ----- - . ~lhile I won't ask for a new one, since I ve long since given up on that idea, ;i Names of Children: .......... Age: i ~m~ are a few things it could use. Better lighting and a new dropped ceiling, for !. s ~tnce. And a coat of paint would also make the best of a had situation. While ! I Irl L aI[ ' .......... l er fw hi w --u d- . kvey tract-ivE . e:ubj t:fpanrmt ncv un thd y un f]tittsefent /uJ:n[mV ed f :te 7c h&i !: -- : By BENNY ROGER8 ,,,hele kshlo, ......... O : g ~ !s.~ ........ --------------., ~n't know if you've heard or not, but we are planning to field a baseball team FRANKSTON--The Malakoff ltmmT~msl ......... 0 s Date of Application: .... ,, s ' '" after a 10-year absence. You just can't imagine how nice and handy it Tigerettes fellvictim to the bracket and TOTALS 33 24 73." Renewal Date.. ........... ____________ ,'t mM be to have a baseball field on which to practice and play. But, I guess we Brownsboro's Bearettes here lastOfr$. TOTK$ 29 I 24 ~.... ..................................................... I do without one. After all, we have continued to have track teams and we weekend in the Frank=ton Invitational had a track in an eon. LeCs hope Cross Roads, Trinidad and Kerens at us and refuse to let this Class AAA school use their tracks. Do Ll fields? you get to my stocking, please find it in your heart to leave district titles Tiger and Tigerette basketball teams, a title for the football team, a Cowboy Super Bowl win, a Texas win over Alabama in the Cotton Bowl, a Celtic NBA title, a Texas Ranger division championship (I realize that asking for the impossible) and a very Merry Christmas and Happy New our readers. guess I'd better close now Santa. I've already asked for too much I have to make stops in places like Rusk, Fairfield, Westwood, Crockett Have a nice trip, Basketball Tournament. After posting an opening round win over Jacksonville, 38-26, the Tigerettes dropped a 45-35 decision to rival Brown- sboro. Under normal circumstances, after winning the opening game, the Tigerettes would have had the oppor- tunity to play another game, but in a 12- team bracket the team that draws the middle portion of the bracket is eliminated after a win, followed by a loss. The Tigerettes drew the unlucky section. VL_ Benny Tigerettes 38Jacksonville 2~ __~!'11 leave cookies and milk in the press box. Remember to watch your step if A balanced scoring attack from the s : iningl ! ! starting five and aggressive defensive play enabled the Tigerettes to open with as., .alOk the victory over the Class AAAA is;e~tpL Maidens. Marilyn Davis led the Tigerettes in I By CHIP SOUZA Malakoff Tigers rough in the Frankston Tournament here last posting only a 1-2 mark. Bullard 71-Tigers e2 got a court-side seat for Langston Shooting Clinic." senior post riddled the Tiger defense for a game high STOCK UP NOW ON 4 VITAMIN C's- SUPER SAVINGS! took a 2-0 lead on Richard the third stanza, clinging to leads of 16 and 18 points. But the Flyers opened the fourth period with four straight buckets to close the gap to 57-47 at the 5:49 mark. Tarver, Blair and Jackson regained their form after the outbreak as the Tigers walked off with the 72-63 win. Tarver again led the Tigers with 25 points, while. Blair was close behind with 2 Jackson added 15 tallies. Neches 63-Tigers 60 tip-in at the 7:12 mark. But The Tigers got the consolation trophy behind the hot-handed shot out of their hands by Albert Bar- reeled off lS unanswered news 29 points and Steve Blanchard's 15-2 lead at the I: IS mark. 22 in a 63-60 loss. ' point guard Jerryl Jackson led This contest saw the lead change comeback with his flashy hands 11 times, while it was tied 7 and sharp-shooting as Malakoff times. into the Bullard lead. The Tigers' biggest lead of the con- re-captured the lead, 43-test was 49-42 with 4:51 left in the fourth through the third period on period. But the But Neches, who only hit one shot Panthers fought off the from inside 13 feet, came hack behind , take the contest 71-62.Blanchard and Barnett for a 54-52 lead topped the Tiger scoring list they never relinquished. markers. Blair chipped in 17 Blair led the Tigers with a game high 25 points, while Tarver knocked in 18. the victory, which they led from start- to-finish, with 14 points. Jackie Coleman added nine, while Michelle Killing=worth had seven and Mandy Rogers and Brenda Hoyt had four apiece. After owning a 9-2 lead after a quar- ter's worth of play, the Tigerettes went on to lead 15-10 at the half and 2%17 going into the final period. The Tigeret. tea were able to hold off the Maidens with the inside shooting of Davis and the outside jumpers from Coleman. Patsy Knowlton, Daphne Esco and Sandra Boyd tossed in six markers apiece to pace Jacksonville's impotent attack. Brownsboro 4~-Tlgerettes 35 Despite a rather lackluster perfor- mance, the Tigerettes almost pulled off a major upset over last year's Class AAA semi-finalist Bearettes. The Bearettes had to rely on eight free throws in the final three minutes to claim the win. The Bearettes threatened several times during the opening half to make a runaway out of the festivities, but each time the threat would occur, Rogers and Coleman would pepper the nylons with jumpers and Davis would connect from underneath, biter leading by as much as eight points in the second quarter, the Bearettes led by only two, BONUS BOTTLE VITAMIN WITH ROSE HIPS 130 TABLETS TIMED RELEASE ViTAMiN 500. 50 CAPSULES .===.VITAMIN m ]~ 100 VITAMIN mg TABLETS mg 60 TABLETS VITAMIN 50 m, 100 TABt.Er8 I I STRESS B COMPLEX WITH iRON COMPARE TO |TPJEssTABSe WITH IRON ANO 8AVS! 60 TABLETS VITAMIN 1 O0 CAPSULES BONUS BOTTLE SUPER B COMPLEX 130 TABLETS NATURAL GARLIC CAPSULES ~ Tigers 72-L~Poynor 63 ~oml~te Tmm~/~ 21-19, at the half. 1OO TABLL~ ,~ mlnl.~ "..r.~.u.dTa~er T.. Da..ve.~,..,..eir,,~* .~.__. t# [. and Jackson-combined for 54 Plow FG FT PF 11'lead with 4:40 left in the game after L~. as Malakoff highjacked the II,,,,dBbi, .......... $1 4 1= 66 steallng an errant Brownsboro pass and loo OAPS,I~S ,,,r L sly unbeaten Flyers 72-63. Russell I"amr ......... 27 I0 S 64 racing the length of the floor for a lay- ' ' ' .= s,~ passing of Jac,n andI.,I-- ......... 10 S , 25 up. Davis' bucket put the ~eret. on ' tit-" of Tarver and Blair gave the ' Io n Ut dn........... 6 3 II 15 top, 33-32. //~J~a24-9first periodlead. ~r~Jm~ .......... 4 O 13 ! At this point Annette Cofer hit a 10- , mg i~,twine-tickling trio continued ..ibmw .......... . O . 4 foot set sbot foll.ed by an eight-footer 500mog ~~~.~TABLETS i a.Ssault in the second quarter, Imm=Jmdmm.......... I O l 2 to give the Bearettes the lead once i ng the advantage to 16, 40-24 at rmar# .......... O O 4 0 again. Davis connected from eight feet 100 TABLETS .... ~, \ .i~. II)TALS 85 24 S5 154topull the Tigerettm back within three, m mm | (M II0 m hand, missed the front end of four one- NATURAL PROTEIN 1OOTABLETB O=l i F~ilk T.oyI ~ Field FrN Pmmal and-one situations down the stretch. SHAMPOO ~tL Cm .... pd~ trot. ~ ~t. ,rob ~ Davis with 13 and Col.an with 10 led 1 ~ "-" ] ~I~._/ .......... !70 17.0 74 22 21 the Tigerette attack. Corrincee Bell led e FL. OZ. OR ~ VITAMIN / k~Im0L .......... I: 10.5 45 IS 15 ~ Bearet. and all scorers with 16 PANT"ENOL ~ 6G&Nq. ~// ~I~i0)i .............. 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