Mar

16

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : March 16, 2014

Courtesy Photo/Jack Harrison

Courtesy Photo/Jack Harrison


Ranked No. 2 in the Professional Bull Riding (PBR) Built Ford Tough Series Silvano Alves, of Brazil, rode three bulls before being eliminated in the bracket contest March 1 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Alves lasted 5.95 seconds on Honey Hush, scored 87.75 for a complete ride on Smackdown and rode 3.23 seconds on David’s Dream but was elimated in the final four.
More photos from this event can be found in the Sunday, March 16, 2014 issue of The Monitor.

Feb

13

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : February 13, 2014

Courtesy Photo The Kemp Lady ’Jackets finished with another first place at the Malakoff powerlifting meet Feb. 8. Pictured are (front row, left to right) Sedi Milholland, Kayla Hale, Kelsey Gage, Kelsey Lamb, Briann Pavatt (top row, left to right), Jacque Cooper, Julissa Lopez, Kinsey Rogers, Jessica Baenz, Jessica Pettigrew, Mackinez Craine, Alicia Estrada, Madison Thompson and Sarah Farley.

Courtesy Photo
The Kemp Lady ’Jackets finished with another first place at the Malakoff powerlifting meet Feb. 8. Pictured are (front row, left to right) Sedi Milholland, Kayla Hale, Kelsey Gage, Kelsey Lamb, Briann Pavatt (top row, left to right), Jacque Cooper, Julissa Lopez, Kinsey Rogers, Jessica Baenz, Jessica Pettigrew, Mackinez Craine, Alicia Estrada, Madison Thompson and Sarah Farley.

Kemp girls finish first fourth time of season

Malakoff Meet Results

Kemp Girls

1st place
Sarah Farley
Brianna Pavatt

2nd place
Kayla Hale

3rd place
Dezie Dowd
Jacque Cooper
Julissa Lopez

4th Place
Sedi Milholland

Mabank Girls

2nd Place
Shelby Hailey
148 weight class

3rd Place
Lucy Reveles
105 weight class
Deana Lane
220 weight class

5th Place
Erin Reeder
114 weight class

Mabank Boys

1st Place
Colt Conway
165 weight class

2nd Place
Hunter Caves
114 weight class

3rd Place
Clay Carson
198 weight class

Feb

06

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : February 6, 2014

Monitor Photo/Summer Simpson Mabank Panther Parker Johannesen (left) attemps to block a shot. Mabank lost to Van 38-35 Jan. 31.

Monitor Photo/Summer Simpson
Mabank Panther Parker Johannesen (left) attemps to block a shot. Mabank lost to Van 38-35 Jan. 31.

By Erik Walsh
Monitor Staff Writer

MABANK–The Mabank Panthers fell in District 15-3A play to 1-6 after a hard-fought 38-35 loss to the Van Vandals Jan. 31 in Mabank.
The Mabank offense was lackluster in the first three quarters of play, and found itself down 28-15 after three quarters of play.
A fire was lit in the Panther players in the fourth quarter, scoring 20 points in the final eight minutes of action.
The comeback was not succesful, partly due to only one field goal in the third quarter, a two-pointer, by Cody Thompson.
Mabank was led in scoring by Austin Miller with 11 points and Parker Johannesen with 10.
Mabank travels to Brownsboro Feb. 7 as their schedule nears closure.