Lady Panthers blow past
Chapel Hill, 12-0
Boys fall to Chapel Hill, 5-2
By Sam Epps
CHAPEL HILL–Rarely does a girl’s soccer game end up with a score
that looks more akin to a football game.
However, the Mabank Lady Panthers had 12 goals and shut out the
hosting Chapel Hill girls Tuesday.
The Lady Panthers scored eight goals in the first half of the
game, and tacked on an additional four goals for good measure in
the second half.
Mabank’s Savannah Henderson netted five goals herself.
Sammie Saucedo and Meagan Holyfield each had two goals.
Ashton Norman, Shelby Swain and Allie Duke added one goal each.
While the girls were busy in Chapel Hill, the Mabank Panther
boys soccer team hosted Chapel Hill Tuesday.
The result was far different, but nonetheless equally exciting.
Chapel Hill rushed out to a 2-0 early in the first half.
Mabank’s defense slowed down Chapel Hill, but they still managed
to take a 3-0 lead.
Mabank then scored two quick goals – both scored by Chase
Williams, one on a penalty kick and the other on a free kick
approximately 25 yards from the goal.
Mabank threatened more until Chapel Hill added two to their
score late in the first half, giving Chapel Hill a 5-2.
That score held, as the second half was scoreless with both
defenses playing strong and hard.
The Lady Panthers traveled to Lindale Friday, while the boys
The boys will return to action Tuesday as they travel to Athens
to face the Hornets, while the ladies will travel to Tyler’s
Sign up for KASA baseball and
Monitor Staff Reports
KEMP–The Kemp Area Sports Association (KASA) is reorganizing and
revamping its baseball program to be better and stronger than
Recently, the KASA baseball program was reunited with the
Tri-Cities Baseball Organization that consists of Eustace,
Mabank, Malakoff and now Kemp.
Field days are scheduled for any parents or volunteers who can
help for the next two Sundays at the field in order to work the
fields into playing shape.
KASA would like to appeal for the involvement of anyone with
tractors, mowers, weed eaters or even folks with just a healthy
back to come and lend a hand.
Signs will be posted around the Kemp area to promote baseball
and softball signups.
Baseball and softball flyers are being distributed to the
schools this week.
Registration forms will be online at
The last day for signups is March 12.
If you have any question, or want more information, contact
Rusty Clamon at (214) 460-0909, or by E-mail at
KASA is asking for any donations to be sent to KASA PO Box 411
Kemp, TX 75143.
A receipt will be provided upon request for the contributor’s
tax deduction purposes.