Jun

24

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : June 24, 2016

D. Pfoh, W. Pfoh, J. Shelton
By Ryan Moulds
Monitor Sports Writer
MABANK–The Mabank finishing team competed in the Texas High School Bass Association State Championship Tournament in Toledo Bend June 18-19.
Mabank had one team finish 4th place for Angler of the Year out of 142 teams in the central division. Team Advisor Wally Pfoh received Advisor of the Year for the central division.
There were 174 teams across four divisions that competed. Seniors Justin Shelton and Dakota Pfoh took 2nd place overall in the tournament.
On day one, they weighed in 15.22 pounds and were sitting in 6th place overall. On day two, they came out working hard and brought in the biggest bag of the tournament with a whopping 20.62 pounds, which gave them a two day grand total of 35.84 pounds.
Both boys received a trophy, an Abu Garcia Revo STX reel, and a $5,000 scholarship towards college. Ricky Phillips was the boat captain and both boys called him a great mentor on fishing and in life.
The Mabank Fishing Team is sponsored by, Teague Chevrolet, Nickleson Heat & Air, Cedar Creek Fiberglass, McAfee Insurance, Tri-County Ford, Hobb’s Pest Management, K & M Commercial Services, Lakeside Collision Center, Brookshire’s of Mabank and Walmart

Jun

23

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : June 23, 2016

By Ryan Moulds
Monitor Sports Writer
EUSTACE–120 local long distace runners came to Eustace June 18 to run in the Pioneer Days’ 5K. Runners came from all over the Henderson and Kaufman county areas. The overall winner of the event was Evan Arambula who finished with a time of 16:41.09 minutes.
In the females divison, the top overall runner was Brandi Russell with a time of 20:33.90. The top female runner in the 0-12 years of age range was Grace Ferrell with a time of 38:09.78. Kyer Avery won the 13-14 range with a time of 23:45.47.
Shelby White ran a 22:32.43 to finish first in the 15-16 range. The 17-19 range was won by Taylor Marshall who ran a 21:42.00. The 20-29 range was won by Tanita Watson who ran a 26:42.53. The 30-39 range was won by Marta Morgan who ran a 27:35.61. Jennifer Warner won the 40-49 range with a time of 27:39.10. Tammy Rooney won the 50-59 range with a time of 30:50.22. The 60-69 range was won by Jean Bogardus with a time of 31:26.5. Ashley McKee finished things off by winning the Female Masters division with a time of 26:37.39.
Noah Russell finished first in the guys 0-12 range. He had a finish time of 28:21.02. Dalton Page finished first in the 13-14 male range with a time of 19:39.77. Ericsen Gudjohnsen finished with a time of 17:39.53 and won the 15-16 division. Andrew Page was first in the 17-19 range with a time of 18:23.23.
Taylor Humphrey won the 30-39 male range with a time of 21:40.12.
Mark Moore won the 40-49 range with a time of 20:41.49. Cecilio Escamilla ran a 19:40.83 to win first place in the 50-59 range. Lester Patton ran a 25:19.89 to win the 60-69 range and Kenneth Roden ran a 29:36.80 to win the 70 and older range. The Master winner for the men was Scott Olden who had time of 19:23.53.

Jun

22

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : June 22, 2016

By Ryan Moulds
Monitor Sports Writer
EUSTACE–120 local long distace runners came to Eustace June 18 to run in the Pioneer Days’ 5K. Runners came from all over the Henderson and Kaufman county areas. The overall winner of the event was Evan Arambula who finished with a time of 16:41.09 minutes.
In the females divison, the top overall runner was Brandi Russell with a time of 20:33.90. The top female runner in the 0-12 years of age range was Grace Ferrell with a time of 38:09.78. Kyer Avery won the 13-14 range with a time of 23:45.47.
Shelby White ran a 22:32.43 to finish first in the 15-16 range. The 17-19 range was won by Taylor Marshall who ran a 21:42.00. The 20-29 range was won by Tanita Watson who ran a 26:42.53. The 30-39 range was won by Marta Morgan who ran a 27:35.61. Jennifer Warner won the 40-49 range with a time of 27:39.10. Tammy Rooney won the 50-59 range with a time of 30:50.22. The 60-69 range was won by Jean Bogardus with a time of 31:26.5. Ashley McKee finished things off by winning the Female Masters division with a time of 26:37.39.
Noah Russell finished first in the guys 0-12 range. He had a finish time of 28:21.02. Dalton Page finished first in the 13-14 male range with a time of 19:39.77. Ericsen Gudjohnsen finished with a time of 17:39.53 and won the 15-16 division. Andrew Page was first in the 17-19 range with a time of 18:23.23.
Taylor Humphrey won the 30-39 male range with a time of 21:40.12.
Mark Moore won the 40-49 range with a time of 20:41.49. Cecilio Escamilla ran a 19:40.83 to win first place in the 50-59 range. Lester Patton ran a 25:19.89 to win the 60-69 range and Kenneth Roden ran a 29:36.80 to win the 70 and older range. The Master winner for the men was Scott Olden who had time of 19:23.53.