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=f Tige Grow| :ii00Tigers Severely Stung By Athens Hornets Edited By The Malakoif High School Journalism Class i ::::::::::::::::2::::.:!:::i:!:i:i:i:i:!:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:!:i:i:!:i:i:i:!:i:i:i:!:i:!:i:i:::::::i.i:i:i:i:i:i3!:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i::i:i.!:i:::::::::::i::b.`2::::::::.:f::::.:::::::2::::::::.....::i::i:;:i: ":! Tigerettes Garner Third Place Trophy The Tigerettes brought home a third place trophy rom the Arlington Tourna- ment December 11-13 by efeating Piano 72-64. All tournament honors were awarded to senior Lisa Hughes and sophomore Mary Nell Barron for their out- atanding play. Lisa Hughes dominated the Tigerette scoring attack and et two tournament records for the most points scored, th 133 points in four games, ad the most points in a ngle game with 44 against lano, according to Coach ary Ashlock. Janet Jackson was the her high scorer in the Piano me with 14 points. The Tigerettes were nipped )'64 by South Oak Cliff aturday in their third game !play. High scorers were isa Hughes with 30 points d Cindy Dawson with 28. The Tigerettes came out on *p in the first two matches / defeating Arlington 64-53 d Grandbury 61-53. Lisa Hughes hit the bucket r 31 points and Cindy awson tossed in 26 to lead e Tigerettes against rlington. Lisa Hughes again led the gerette scoring against "andbury with 25 points, ady Dawson tossed in 18 d Donna Hughes tipped in The tournament was a turning point for the Tiger- ettes because the defense finally came to age," Coach Ashlock said. "They started doing the things it takes to win a championship This is the first time the whole team has been healthy and it came at a good time because the Tigerettes open district play with Brownsboro Tuesday night, De. 16." South Oak Cliff, who defeated the Tigerettes, went on to win the tournament against Duncanville in the finals 68-65. Earlier in the week the Tigerettes demolished Fornv at HCJC 96-34. Gids Jayvees Malakoff's Tigerette Jayvee team posted a victory and two losses in tournament play this past week. They beat Forney 44-14, at Henderson County Junior College, and lost to Keren varsity 65-32 and Trinidad varsity 40-34 in the Kerens tournament. In the 40-34 loss to Trini- dad, Beth Harris was high scorer with 16 points, followed by Meta Trimble with 8 and Cindy Ashton with 6 In the loss to Kerens varisty, Beth Harris was again high scorer with 14, followed by Lela Raybourne with 7 and Cindy Ashton with 6. Sheryle Coleman bucketed 21 points for Malakoff in the victory over Forny, while Cindy Ashton had 11 and Beth Harris 6. 8th Graders The Malakoff eighth grade was defeated by the Mabank Panthers here Monday night, December 8, 38-20. Leading the scoring chores for Malakoff was Chipper Souza with eight points, and Randy Yates with four points. th Graders he Malakoff ninth grade ers were defeated 59-56 by bank's freshmen Panthers :e Dec. 8. Leading scorer for the ;ers was Wes Hughes with points. Gilbert Smith 2ed 18 points, Greg Perry 11, and Lewis Jasckson :de three. ['he loss gave the freshmen -1 district record. They will :vel to Grand Saline Dec. 18 play the Indians. Game .e is 5 p.m. FIREWORKS High scorers were Janet Jackson and Bo Jordan with 18, Lisa Hughes chunked in 17, Donna Hughes and Cindy Dawson added 16 and Mary Nell BarTon followed up with 11. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: il The Rogers Ii port ii! i'# ., By Benny Rogers The Malakoff Tigers were severely stung by the Athens Hornets 114-48, last Monday night in Athens. Malakoff and Athens spent the early portion of the first quarter battling for rebounds, as both teams had trouble putting the ball through the hoop. Midway through the quarter the Hornets began to score and they never let up. At the end of the quarter Athens held a 25-12 advan- tage. Mike Chandler started popping the net for the Tigers early in the second quarter. His effort was to no avail as the bigger and quicker Hornets outplayed the Tigers. At the half Athens led 53-22. ated the boards and the Fairfield next Monday night basket in the third quarter. At to take on the tough Eagles. one point the Tigers reeled off Fairfield defeated the Tigers six straight points, but then 98-42 earlier this month. they committed a turnover, THE BOX and turnover followed turn- Player FG FT TP over. The Hornets took Mike Chandler 7 5 19 advantage of the turnovers Larry Graves 5 0 10 and held a 79-39 lead at the Buck Givens 3 0 6 end of the quarter. Robert Cook 3 0 6 Jerry Garrison 2 0 4 Tickets are on sale for the junior class play, "How Santacrossing,,,Came tOwhichSimpson'Swill be Junior CJass PJay presented Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Advance sale tickets cost $1 for adults and 75 cents for students. The freshmen basketball team journeys to Grand Saline tomorrow night to take on the Indians. Game time is 5 p.m. The freshmen hold a 2-1 district mark. Tournament play is once again on tap for this weekend. The Tigers will compete in the Chapel Hill Tournament. The Junior Varsity boys and girls will play in the Eustace Tournament. The following weekend the Tigerettes will play in the Duncanville Tourney. The Tigers host the Fair- field Eagles next Monday night. In an earlier clash this month the Eagles destroyed the Tigers 98-42. The Junior Varsity game begins at 6 p.m. and the varsity game follows. Malakoff High School's jour- nalism class finally recseived their textbooks last Thurs- day. According to our teacher, the students will be separated from the non-students. Now, I wonder what he meant by that. This is the final time that the Tiger Growl will appear in the paper for 1975. But never fear, for we will return, ready and willing to write in 1976. High school will be dis- TOTALS MALAKOFF 21 6 48 Athens 52 10 114 II III I Athens coach Terry Parker Forrest Askew 1 0 played his second and third Clint Cross 0 1 string in the final quarter. They outscored the Tigers 35-9. With 2:09 remaining the Hornets went over 100 points for the second time this season. They added another 14 points during the last two minutes to bring the final score Athens 114, Malakoff 48. Starts Tonight The Malakoff High School Junior Class will present a play, "How Santa Claus Came to Simpson's Crossing will be presented tonight (Dec. 18) and tomorrow night at 7 p.m. in the MHS auditorium. Tickets which are $1.50 for adults and 50 cents for children through the sixth grade are available in advance at a reduced cost for adults of $1.00 at Food Fmr, Citizens State Bank, the High School and from Junior Class officers. The cast includes Rhonda Cox as Joanie; Terri Bumgardner as Ming Lee; Jimmy Crouch, Ping Lee; Dec. 18, 1975- MALAKOFF NEWS- Page 5 Tree & House Decorations, Wrapping Paper, Gifts, Toys, Gowns, Dusters, Slippers, Stocking Stuffers, Clumei No. 5, Tabu, Coty, Windsong, Charge, Old Spice, lade East, Brut, Sets 3 s to *12 Pangburn Candy Mood Rings *3 Register  Drawing Smith Drugs & Variety Susie Walker, proprietor; Bill Mullins, Pa; Gall Venable, Maggie; Ronny Brown, Dick Bullen; Nathan Leonard, Joe Dimmick, and Jimmy Morris, Flynn. Director is Gayle Smith. The story tells of a small girl who has not heard of Santa Claus until a tough miner with a soft heart risks his life to see the small stocking filled by Christmas morning. The program will also be presented Friday afternoon at an assembly at the High School. The story is presented through special arrangements with I.E. Calrk, Schulenburg, Tex. Athens Nips Junior Varsity By Benny Rogers The Athens Junior Varsity nipped Malakoff's Jayvees 77-65, in Athens last Monday HECE Class By Milissa DeFranee In the HECE class, spon- sored by Mrs. Barbara Stone, students Flora Estes, Jeannie Grissom, Karen Beamon, Melinda Grissom, Renee Stewart, Pattie Goines, Linda Holt and Milissa DeFrance mght. The Tigers outscored Athens 21-18 in the opening quarter. Dana Wilson and Ray Garrison hit for the majority of the Tigers points in the quarter. Athens decisively out- scored the Tigers 25-16 in the second quarter and at the half held a slim 43-37 lead. Midway through the third' quarter the Tigers puUd to a. 51-51 tie with the Hornets. Athens gradually pulled away and at the end of the quarter Athens led 64-53 missed Friday, December 19, celebrated the holidays with a Defense was the name of at 2:30p.m. for the Christmas luncheon at Ochoa's on the game in the final period holidays, according to prin- Tuesday, December 16. At the along with sloppy ball cipal Jack Benton. So have a end of the luncheon Mrs. handling. The final score read  p Merry Christmas and begin Stone was presented with a Athens 77, Malakoff 65. the new year by watching Christmas gift. Four Tigers hit in double through Jan. 1 Drake's Amed Station HW. 31 West Malakoff Plenty of Bottle Rockets & Firecrackers . ". What are the services. offered by a mortuary; . Mortuaries offer theberea ed family all of the traditional funeral and burial arrangements performed with calm and dignity A Mortician offers sympathy and compassion to the family of the deceased 00ROL[ l LEHR Funeral Home Texas Phone 6752211 Arkansas (?) in the Cotton Bowl. How about it, Aggies? 75 Grade00 "We just didn't play basketball," was the comment figures led by Bubba Hayes Savings Bonds with 14 points. Dana Wilson was close behind with 13, United States Savings Phillip Hall contributed 11 Bond sales in Henderson and Ray Garron chunked in County totaled $7,227 during 10 points. S & H Green Stamps I Santa Foresees A Lay-away Phone 489-1220 IIIII III Chewolet Christmas Chevette Coupe w/Custom Exterior Monza 2+2 HatchbacJ Coupe Vega Hatchback Coupe | from Coach Charles Walker on December 8 after his seventh grade team lost to the Mabank Panthers 39-17 here. Danny Driver led in scoring for Malakoff with seven points, followed by John Cross with four and Dewayne Grayer with two. the month of October. Sales t I for the ten-month period were $111,633 which represents 59 percent of the 1975 sales for the county, according to 1 County Bond Chairman Patl Neill. i October sales in Texas totaled $20,266,476 r " m "Since we have three games lIl)Tl ..... under our belt," Coach a ...aLILEK Walker said, "I think we will get rolling." 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