Sports and Outdoors

Thursday, October 7, 2010

 Lake Info

Normal Lake Level is 322.00 feet above Mean Sea Level.
Current level for Cedar Creek Lake is: 319.84 Water Temperature:
74  degrees - top
degrees - bottom




Teague wins WGA tourney
Monitor Staff Reports
KEMP–Amy Teague shot rounds of 87 and 88 to take a six-shot win on the Championship Flight during the Cedar Creek Country Club’s Women’s Golf Association club championship last weekend.
Teague, playing with a 12 handicap, posted a net score of 149.
Kitty Bradfield, playing with a 19 handicap, took the flight’s top net honors with a two-day score of 145, carding rounds of 93 and 90.
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Women's Golf Association Championship Flight winner Amy Teague receives her trophy from Cedar Creek Country Club manager Mike Horton.

Marianna Ziegler took second gross with a tournament score of 181 (88/93), followed by Brenda Higgins, who posted a tournament score of 192 (93/99). Dale Hall rounded out the Championship Flight with a tournament score of 196 (93/103).
Louise Powers won the First Flight with a gross score of 190 (95/95), seven shots better than Rhonda Brooks, who carded a tournament score of 197 (101/96).
They were followed by Helen Fowler at 205 (100/105) and Jolyne McGregor at 208 (101/107). Fowler was the net winner, with a tournament score of 149 (72/77).
There was a three-way tie for the Second Flight championship.
Mary Adams (106/103), Donna Schumacher (104/105) and Linda Goode (103/106) all carded tournament scores of 209. Shirley Brown rounded out the Second Flight just one shot back at 210, carding back-to-back rounds of 105.
Adams won the flight, with Schumacher the net winner at 145 (72/73).



No. 3 Leon wins showdown, 3-1
Monitor Staff Reports
EUSTACE–Playing without senior starter Harmony Allen, the Eustace Lady Bulldogs didn’t have quite enough firepower to overcome third-ranked Leon, and fell to the visiting Lady Cougars, 3-1, Friday night.
Now 26-7 on the season, the Lady Bulldogs finished the first round of District 14-2A volleyball play at 5-1. Eustace had a second-round bye Tuesday night, and will resume play on the road Friday, Oct. 8, at Mildred.
Tuesday, Oct. 12, the Lady Bulldogs will host the Buffalo Lady Bison, and then will travel to Malakoff Friday, Oct. 15.
A fairly large and partisan crowd witnessed an impressive volleyball clinic, as both teams posted accurate serves, thunderous hits/blocks at the net and lengthy rallies for most points.
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Eustace Lady Bulldog seniors Vanessa Lopez (14) and Allie Cass (2) go up to block a hit by Leon's Shelby Stanford (2, center) during the third game of Eustace's 3-1 loss to the visiting Lady Cougars Friday.

The Lady Cougars showed why they are so highly ranked with their strong defense, giving them the ability to match almost every Eustace hit with a dig, followed by soft sets from Allison Carrigan to hitter Shelby Stanford.
Leon handed the Lady Bulldogs their first loss in district play with a 25-20 win in game one.
The Lady Bulldogs came back to win the second game, 25-21, setting the stage for two more games, which Leon won by identical 25-20 scores.
Already without Allen, the Lady Bulldogs got a relatively quiet match from junior Catania Grant, still nursing a sore shoulder, who had nine kills, four blocks and five digs.
Senior Allison Cass led the Eustace attack, racking up 23 kills and adding six blocks and one dig. Classmate Vanessa Lopez added four kills and four blocks, along with nine digs on defense.
Senior setter Shelley Temple posted her usual solid performance, notching 37 assists, with two blocks and one dig.
Bethany Strickland (two) and Kacie Richards (one) combined for three kills, while Richards added four blocks and two digs, and Strickland had two blocks and two digs.
Defensively, the Lady Bulldogs got single digs from both Shelby Stegent and Kayla Ward.



MLLFA results
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Mabank Little League Football Association supporters present a donation check to the Susan G. Kommen Foundation for $1,269 at Saturday’s game.

Mabank Little League Football Association had a great night of football Saturday at home against the Wills Point Tigers.
We were there to play and to show our support to a special cause, the Susan G. Kommen Foundation. After weeks of preparing and having fund-raisers, our league was able to present a check in the amount of $1,269 to help find a cure.
The check presentation, gobs of pink and green blanketed the stadium in show of support and a mass of pink balloons that were released into the night during our games to show support and to take a moment to reflect on the purpose of our fund-raising efforts, it was a huge success for all.
The Midget team (first and second grade) fell 12-0. This loss was not with out a great attempt by both offense and defense.
The PeeWee team (third and fourth grade) had a great defensive and offensive game with a 28-0 win.
The Little League team (fifth and sixth grade) fell to Wills Point 20-0.
Saturday, Oct. 9, games will be played in Quinlan, with Midget 4-6 p.m., PeeWee 6-8 p.m. and Little League 8-10 p.m. Visit for game times and team information.

Upcoming Events


Oct. 9
Fun Sail

Oct. 23
Race Day

Nov. 6
Fun Sail or Make-up race


Oct. 8
MHS vs Kaufman*
KHS vs Ferris* (HC)
EHS vs Sunnyvale* (HC)

Oct. 15
MHS @ Ferris*
KHS vs Crandall*
EHS vs Palmer*
(*district contest)

Cross country

Oct. 9
MHS @ Birdville
KHS idle
EHS @ Neches

Oct. 16
MHS @ Eustace meet
KHS @ Eustace meet
EHS hosts meet


Oct. 8
MHS vs Kaufman*
KHS vs Ferris*
EHS @ Mildred*

Oct. 12
MHS @ North Forney*
KHS @ Kaufman*
EHS vs Buffalo*

Oct. 15
MHS @ Ferris*
KHS vs Crandall*
EHS @ Malakoff*

Oct. 19
MHS vs Crandall*
KHS vs North Forney*
EHS vs Blooming Grove*
(*district contest)

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