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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Jun< 1984 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pag* FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE Lynn Clodfelder is our Head Bookkeeper and came to us from the First State Bank of Wylie. She has four years of previous bank- ing experience that has well pre- pared her for her duties as our Head Bookkeeper. Lynn is the person you contact if you have any questions concern- ing either your personal or com- mercial account statement. When your check book gets out of ba- lance and you can't find where you went wrong is when you really learn to appreciate Lynn. You will find her approach most helpful and her attitude most refreshing. If you have any questions about HEAD BOOKKEEPER Lynn Clodfelder about record keeping and balanc- ing procedures, Lynn will be more than happy to advise you on the best methods of personal book- keeping and account balancing for both personal and commercial account holders. Lynn is a lifetime resident of Wylie and a member of the Jesus Name Pentecostal Church. We are proud to have Lynn as a me...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Pag* SACHSE SENTINEL Jun« 1984 Sachse Firemen Attend Training School EMANON OFFICE PRODUCTS * OFFICE & SCHOOL SUPPLIES * OFFICE FURNITURE * RUBBER STAMPS * PRINTING "WE DELIVER SACHSE" CALL: 442-2645 108 HWY. 78 - WYLIE, TEXAS EFFECTIVE JUNE 4 700 HWY. 78 - SUITE G OAK CENTER - WYLIE '"Emanon - No Name - Means More - IHMi ,1 Ufl' WIT tC KL"Sa*iCl CORNER STORE "YOUR STORE ON THE CORNER" HWY 78 & 3rd Street SACHSE We Buy & Sell Used Merchandise Baby Beds • Dressers • Beds Couches • Hi-Chairs • Bunk Beds Refrigerators • Washers • Dryers Air Conditioners Tools • Heaters OPEN: Mon. - Sat. 10:30 - 5:30 495-0247 -< Fifteen Sachse firemen attended the twelfth annual North Texas Regional Conference and Fire Protection School at Richardson training field on May 23, 1984. (L-R) Bryan Larsen, Ken Larsen, Dean Boyce, Greg Foster, Pat Longacre, Ricky Wilson, Don Stewart, Jeff Hock, Chris Jacobsen, Buddy Franklin, Chris Borger, J.A. Hutchinson, Jim Baugh, Erwin Cornehl and Jack Yate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Jun* 1084 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pag* Blke-A-Thon Family Winners Winners of the Family Prize in the Library's Bike-A-Thon were Bill and Janet Hughs and their children, Mike, Melinda and Jennifer. The Hughs family won a combina- tion telephone, digital clock and radio for riding the most miles in the Bike-A-Thon. (Ed. Note: Other Bike-A-Thon winners will be in next issue of paper.) ORDINANCE NO. 372 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SACHSE. TEXAS. PRESCRIBING THE RATES TO BE CHARGED FOR SERVICES FURNISHED BY THE CITY'S WATERWORKS SYSTEM AND SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM; PRO- VIDING FOR ADJUSTMENTS; REPEALING ALL OR PARTS THEREOF ORDINANCES. ORDERS, OR RESOLUTIONS IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE WHEREAS, it has bccome necessary and proper and to the best interest of the City of Sachse, Texas and its inhabitants to provide schedules of rates and charges to be made for the services furnished by the Waterworks System and Sanitary Sewer System. Now, therefore. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Pag* 6 SACHSE SENTINEL June 1084 $100 Grocery Certificate Winner Peter Longacre was the lucky winner of a $100.00 grocery certificate from Krogers. His name was drawn from 885 other names at the Ladies Auxiliary rummage sale. He ac- cepts his prize from Auxiliary member, Karen Kirker. $50 Bond Winner letter of thanks The Sachse Ladies Auxiliary Annual Rummage Sale was held Saturday. May 19. at the Fire Station and once again, the citizens of Sachse and nearby areas have given us tremendous support. I would like to express my thanks to all of you for your contri- butions and patronage. We were extremely successful in raising extra funds for the Sachse Volunteer Fire Department through your needed support. I would like to thank the many area merchants and developers who so graciously donated prizes and money for the raffle. We awarded over 50 rattle prizes to some 885 ticket holders. The winners were as follows: Jean Sherman Jamie Whatley Judy Shewbert Linda Moss Sandra Rogers Juanita...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Jun« 1904 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag* Announcements It's A Girl DOG DIP A Dog Dip will be held al Ihe Sachse Fire Station on Saturday, June 16, 1984 from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Cost will be $4.00 and $5.00. SALE Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5076 is having a garage sale on May 26th at the post. Proceeds from this will be used for many worthwhlie projects, such as the Lite-A-Bike pro- gram, scholarships each year, disaster funds and many more national projects. CENTER OPENS The Children's Learning Center and Day Care opened Tuesday, May 29, 1984 at the Sachse Christian Church's gymnasium located on Ben Davis Rd. The Center and Day Care will be an all year preschool and day care program. Drop- ins are welcomed and school transportation will be available in the Fall. They will be open Monday thru Friday from 7:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. For more information contact Vicki Mit- chell or Donna Caball at 530-9668. BUSINESSES FOR SALE • Convenience/Grocery Stores • Sandwich Shops • Mexican <&. Ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Pag* s SACHSE SENTINEL Jun* 1084 Many work hard to make for a successful Bike-A- Thon Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5076 and its Ladies Aux- iliary worked with the Saehse Library's Bike-A-Thon on April 28, 1984. They partici- pated by putting safety reflec- tor tape on the bicycles. The Lite-A-Bike program is one of the National Safety programs sponsored by the VFW's throughout the United States. VF\\ workers. Saehse Fire Department and Saehse Police Department assisted in this worthwhile project. The VF\V has manv worth- while projects to promote Americanism and patriotism. They give $1,000 scholarships each year on the "Voice of Democracy" speech contest in all four Garland high schools. Other national projects are Cancer Aid and Research. State Nursing Scholarships. Disaster Funds and many more. They also present American Flags to various groups. If you have a scout troop or group wanting a flag contact Naomi or Devon Reed, 495-1118. Safety reflector tape was furnished and put on...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Junt 1964 8ACH8E SENTINEL Page nki tu Naomi Reed, right, President of the VFW Post 5076 Ladies Auxiliary and her Chair- man, Hazel Auldridge, left, presented Rosanne Burgess, Sachse Librarian with an American Flag to be flown at the library and City Hall. ORDINANCE NO 374 Sachse Police Chief Johnny Holley is also presented a cer- Devon Reed, right, Quartermaster for the VFW Post 5076 tificate of appreciation. presents a certificate of appreciation to the Sachse Fire Department. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SACHSE, TEXAS, SETTING STAN- DARDS FOR NOISE; PROVIDING FOR A FINE NOT MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED ($200.00) DOLLARS: AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. ARTICLE I. NOISF. SECTION I. DETRIMENTAL TO LIFE OR HEALTH OF PERSON. It shall be unlawful for any person to make, or cause to be made, noise of such character, intensity and duration as to be detrimental to life or health of any individual in the city. SECTION 2. INTERFERING WITH PEACE AND COMFORT OF PUBLIC. It shall be unlawful for a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Page 10 SACHSE SENTINEL June 1084 Vets' Job Training Act Begins Paying Participating Employers Veterans of the Korean and Vietnam wars in Texas could find their war duty a distinct advantage in finding a job as a result of federal legislation passed last October. Called the Emergency Veterans' Job Training Act (Public Law 98-77). the bill features direct wage reimburse- ment for participating employ- ers. So far. 1.125 Texas employers have committed 3.445 training positions under the new law and have hired about 600 jobless veterans. In addition to authorizing job placement assistance for Korean and Vietnam veterans, the legislation also authorizes the federal government to re- imburse employers who train and hire the veterans with 50 percent of the veteran's start- ing salary. That means employers who participate in the program could receive up to $10,000. said Stephen Lemons. Director at the Waco VA Regional Of- fice. To qualify, veterans must have served 180 days or more on activ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Jun« 1984 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL P«9* 1 1 B Family Jean Sale A MENS- •/<•>•. STUDENTS** *14 BOYS */2 JR. & MS. *2 OFF BASIC STRAIGHT LEG t/r t SAVE MONEV AND GAS - MO) OF 10% off All olher regular priced merchandise WITH THIS AD — Sale Knds 6-23-84 — i i BASIC BOOT CUT Lay-A-Way Alterations Gift Wrapping Country Livin' Fashions for the Family Downtown Wylie, Tx. 442-1612 Mon. - Fri. 9:00 • 6:00 Sat. 9:00 - 5:00 HERE BY POPULAR DEMAND BRENDA FROM REGIS * Brenda, left, takes time to touch up Betty's hair at B.J.'s Hairplace. Brenda Sirkle has recently joined the staff at B.J.'s Hairplace, located at 5620 Highway 78 in the Brookview Center in Sachse. Coming to B.J.'s by popular demand, Brenda was previously employed with Regis and is professionally trained and experienced in complete all-round full-service hair styl- ing for men, women and children. Brenda and her husband, Todd, are residents of Sachse. They have one son, Corby, age 10 months. Brenda says she thoroughly enjoys worki...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Pago 1 2 SACHSE SENTINEL June 1084 Zeta Omicron Officers Installed CASTLE REALTY j-L i—u A . . n 'J I ! _ l Member Greater Dallas Board of Realtors Multiple Listing Service * Professionalism in the Marketing of Your Home -YOUR HOMETOWN REALTORS- CALL TODAY IF WE CAN HELP YOU 495-5600 CASTLE REALTORS 495-5600 6024 Hwy. 78 Sachse.Tex. D3 I MIS J When you look at the world in a narrow way, how narrow it seems; when you look at it in a mean way, how mean it appears; when you look at it selfishly, how selfish it is; but when you look at it in a broad, generous, friendly spirit, what wonderful people you find in it. 1984 National Fishing Week Begins June 4 / w " Thelma Stanton was installed as President of Zeta Omicron, Sachse, at a meeting held in the home of Beth Jacobson. Installing officers were Naomi Reed and Sue White. Other officers installed were Nelda Gaines, 1st Vice-President; Ann Pomroy, 2nd Vice- President; Beth Jacobson, Secretary; Betty Gour, Treasurer; Dorothy King and Jan...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Jun« 1084 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pag« 13 Western Auto •■We'll Be Good To You Associate Store HOME OWNED & OPERATED KEN and NOREEN FORD We Have A Large Selection Of Bicycles • Radios Tools • Guns (LAY-AWAYS WELCOME) HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES SOLD HERE WE MOUNT AND BALANCE ALL OUR TIRES ^ WESTERN AUTO 111 N. Ballard Wylie, Texas 442-5675 International Tours of Garland Presents Program to Auxiliary LAWN AND {u^RDEN TIPS 11,■nun I'm sarins mom \ since I starlet! my home gart/en. hut I re no itlea ofhow much. Arc there any figures tin this( °) Facts About Plastic Surgery From The American Academy Of Facial Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery TIPS TO MINIMIZE POST-OPERATIVE BRUISING AND PROMOTE HEALING A II'your pardon is typical and planted with the most popular vegetables to- matoes. heans. onions, cucuiu- hers, radishes, lettuce, carrots, squash, hoots and a variety of greens it probably produces an average dollar yield ol $ 11 I According to the garden ex ports at Union Carbide, who ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Page 14 SACHSE SENTINEL Jun* 1084 W 6 d d i 11Q S * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED Choose from a variety of "raised print" selections on white or color paper stock with black or color ink Select artwork from one of our business designs or use your own logo COME BY - SEE OUR SAMPLES Sachse Shoppe 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Christi Lyn Barnett and Phillip James Tramell ex- changed wedding vows on May 12, 1984 at Wylie Church of Christ. Willis Dykes officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barnett of Sachse. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Tramell of Wylie. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a designer gown of a shimmering white satin lace featuring a V-neckline. Lace covered the entire bodice to the flattering silhoue...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Jun* 1084 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 1 5 Weddings Joyce Key and Steve Alex- ander were married in a double ring ceremony on May 19, 1984 at Sachse Baptist Church. The Rev. Billy Harris offici- ated. Parents of the bride are Ethel and Truett Key of 5905 Boone St., Sachse. Parents of the groom are Oscar and Bon- nie Alexander of 6020 Bill- ingsley, Sachse. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a for- mal white gown of Chantilly lace with a chapel train. The traditional bridal bodice fea- tured a sheer high yoke ac- cented with beaded lace. Her veil of embroidered illusion was draped over a pearl and lace headpiece. She carried a cascade of silk carnations, roses, baby's breath and blue daisies. Serving as Matron of Honor was the bride's sister-in-law, Sharon Key of Wylie. Betty Jo Tippit of Commerce was bridesmaid. Phillip Alexander of Wills Point served as his brother's best man; Randy Key, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Kenny Donihoo and Rodney Alexander ushered, and Stev...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

p«0« 16 SACHSE SENTINEL Jun« 1904 YOUR HEALTH . . IS OUR CONCERN Wylie Community Hospital 801 West Hwy. 78 Wylie, Texas 442-5414 Medicare Approved 24 Hour Emergency Karen's Kitchen 442-5335 2660 N. Hwy. 78 Wylie CHICKEN FRIED STEAK - Every Day CATFISH BUFFET - Fri. Night FRIED SHRIMP - $6.95 (Mon. & Tues.) Weekday Noon Buffet - $4.95 Evening Buffet - $5.95 NEW HOl'RS: Mon.-Sal. 11:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M. SUNDAY: 11:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. CHAPMAN'S RESTAURANT HIGHWAY 78 WYLIE, TEXAS "Serving You is Our Pleasure" Carry Out Orders Welcome FRIDAY SPECIAL All the Catfish $5.75 ^ You Can Eat Q 442-3113 t> North Side Sharpening Service - Sales & Service - 1 1 10 LAVON DR. G ARLAND. TEXAS 75040 272-6101 Lawn Mower Repairs ^ & Complete Tune-Ups & ALL WORK GUARANTEED WE SHARPEN SAW BLADES HAND SAWS STEEL & CARBIDE ELECT TOOL REPAIR SCISSORS BUILDER TOOLS M v w mil Sam's Fiddle Shop & Music Store 442-3679 SALES & SERVICE — LESSONS — ^ Fiddle - Mandolin - Guitar (standa...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Jun* 1984 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL P«g« 1 7 CLASSIFIED TRACTOR MOW- ING: Reasonable. Free estimates. Lots & acreage. Commercial & residential. Lawns mowed. 495-1297 or 495-2819 HOUND - DOG CLEANING: Karen Kirker 495-7941 Alterations, button holes, hems and zippers and buttons replaced. Free estimates. Call Betty 495-1176 SWIM CLASSES begin June 11. Call Debbie Spore 530-1335 REWARD: Lost black cigarette case with jewelry inside. 495-1172 THANK YOU: for (he dead end street sign on Eastview BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED - CALL THE SACHSE SEN- TINEL 530-1100 CLASSIFIED ADVER- TISING RATES — 15 words - $1.25 (mini- mum) 10C per additional word. Christian ladies w/experience to clean house while you work Call ^95-7630 or ^95-9168 NOTICE Hearing on application for private club permit at 7010 S. Highway 78 known as Club 78. June 13, 1984 9:00 A.M. TABC - Jefferson Bldg. 1600 West 38th St. 2nd Floor - Room 211 Anyone interested in attending, please contact Citv Hall. FIRE DEPARTMENT REPORT Fire Chi...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Pag* 10 SACHSE SENTINEL Jun* 1984 v / Brannan Honored SHARON BRANN AN Sharon Brannan, third grade teacher at Mound Valley Grade School in U.S.D. 506, Kansas was recently honored by being chosen to receive the Clyde U. Phillips Outstanding Education Award from Pitts- burg State University of Pitts- burg, Kansas. Mrs. Brannan is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hut- son of Denison. and the grand- daughter of Mrs. Lee Hutson of Sachse. She is a graduate of P.S.U. with 5 years teaching experience. Control of Pecan Phylloxera Pecan Phylloxera are usually not a problem but can damage pecans if in large numbers. In the spring, the leaves of various species of hickory, including pecans, are deformed with peculiar tumor-like growths. The shape and size of these galls vary and occur on leaf blades, petioles and rapidly growing twigs. If in large numbers, they may seriously affect the tree's vitality and cause major die-back of bran- ches. These galls are caused by aphid-like insects in the...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Ju n i 1984 3ACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 1 9 New Changes in Texas Drivers License As of January I984 the State of Texas changed the Drivers License Classification. The new license will be broken down into four groups. As you recall, the previous license stated either operator, com- mercial operator, or chauffeur. The new license will be shown by class such as A, B, C, or M. The groups broken down will be as follows: «A - Any vehicle or combination of vehicles including all vehicles classes B and C, but excluding Motorcycles or Mopeds. B - Any single vehicle with a gross vehicle weight exceeding 24,000 pounds or any such vehicle towing a vehicle not in excess of 10,000 pounds gross vehicle weight or any bus, including all vehicles in class C, but excluding Motorcycles or Mopeds. C - Any two-axle single vehicle not in excess of 24,000 pounds gross vehicle weight or any such vehicle towing a vehicle not in ex- cess of 10,000 pounds gross weight or a bus with a seating capaci- ty of less than 2...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Pag* so SACHSE SENTINEL Jun« 1064 ft | I i BUIorDUl: Either Way It Spells Trouble VA Reminds Former POW's of Benefits Available to Them The nation's media have given the drunk driver a lot of attention lately as more and more citizens and public officials call for better ways of getting and keeping those hazards off the highways. Amid the furor, there's an- other kind of drunk driving that —until recently—has gone virtually unnoticed. This is the drunk behind the wheel of a boat. Authorities on boating con- cede that "drunken boating' has existed for years. Only lately has it surfaced as a ser- ious problem. How serious? • A study by the National Transportation Safety Board concludes that alcohol may be the leading cause of recrea- tional boating accidents. • A North Carolina study showed 38 percent of persons killed in boating accidents in 1979 had blood alcohol con- centrations of at least .10 (the level at which land-bound driv- ers are considered legally in- toxicated in many st...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

Jun* 1084 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 2 1 FERTILIZING SUMMER GRASSES Most hay suppliers were depleted by the past winter's severe weather, so Dallas County producers will need to plan for a good hay crop this year, says Emmett Anderson, County Agent with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University Sys- tem. In general, nitrogen and rainfall control production from grasses such as bermudas and bahia. Adequate phospho- rus and potassium and other conditions favorable for high yields are also necessary. If weeds are present, they must be controlled, since they use available water and nitro- gen needed to produce high grass yields. Research and demonstration data show that nitrogen fer- tilization is more efficient in the spring, probably due to better moisture and general growing conditions, says Anderson. For example, ave- rage results of nitrogen rate studies at four locations show that a ton of hay can be pro- duced for each 30 to 40 lbs. of nitrogen in the spring, w...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1984

II * h Pag* 22 SACHSE SENTINEL Jun* 1084 SACHSE WIN-LOSS RECORD (baseball - soft ball) \\ I' = \\ inning pitcher MR = Home run Tram* arc hold LIONS CLUB: Yearlings II Sachse 11-21 - Sachse 1 - 7 Sachse 11-18 - Wyliell-17 Sachse 11-25 - Wylie 1-15 Sachse 11-11 - Community-24 Sachse 11-21 - Sachse I - 11 Sachse 11-18 - Wylie 11-14 •Record: 4 wins - 2 losses MARKETPLACE: Mavericks Sachse-32 - Wylie IV - 15 (\\ P - Stao Foster) Sachse - 20 Wvlie III - 14 |W P - Stao Foster) Sachse- 0 Sachse- 9 Sachse- 14 (\\ P - Stao Foster) Sachse- 4 Sachse- 6 Sachse- 21 (WP - Stao Foster) 'Record: 4 wins - 4 losses Farmersville - 11 Wylie IV- 16 Farmersville II - 13 Farmersville 1-21 Wylie I-21 Wvlie IV - 5 NORTH STAR Sachse -15 (\\ P - Jason Hickock) (FIR - Brad Pa>ne. John Sachse- 5 Sachse- 6 Sachse- 10 (HR - John Moorei Sachse - 12 (WP - Todd Ilouthe>) (MR - Jason Hickock |1| Sachse - 10 (WP - John Moore) •Record: 3 MOBIL: Mustangs Farmersville III - 8 Moore. Jason Schillerstrom) Farmersville...

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