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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989
T 'n T: Tradition and talent -- it's a hard combination to beat. Wylie's Lady Pirates found that out Friday night in Frisco, when the tall and tal- ented Lady Coons came away with a 50-38 decision. The win was in keeping with Frisco tradition. The Lady ^oons, including a 19-5 rec- ^Pd this year, have amassed a won-and-loss mark of 145-35 in the past six years. It started in 1983-'34 when the Lady Coons went 28-4 and were state semifinalists; in I984-'85P Frisco was 24-8 and bi-district champion; in 1985-'86, the record was 22-7 and the Lady Coons were area champs; in 1986-"87, Frisco was bi-district titlist with a 28-4 record; and last year they went 24-7 and were district co-champions. Not only is Frisco favored to win the District 10-AAA crown this year, but bigger and bet- ter things could be in store for the Lady Coons. Only one senior, point guard Stefani Thornton, is in the starting lineup which includes 5-11 junior Liz Vandeventer and 6-2 sophomore D'Ann Watson. Wylie was abl...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989
Page 12 ' . 22 Eric Culbertson (12) fights his way through Frisco defenders for two of his 17 points en route to a 49-45 Wylie triumph in a JV game at Wylie gym last week. Paul Valitutto (22), who helped seal the win with a last-second free throw, waits on the wing. Wylie 7th Graders Run Record to 10-1 Wylie's seventh grade boys cagers ran their season mark to 10-1 and their District 10-AAA record to 5-0 Monday wiih a 38-29 victory against Commerce. Ahead 23-21 after three quarters, Wylie went wild in the final period and outscored the Lions, 15-8. Nine players figured in the scoring for Wylie, led by Paul Blencowe's 10 points. Greg Smith had seven; Michael Benitez, six; Brandt Locke and Josh McKiddy, four each; Stephen Marks, three; and Anthony Escalante, Bobby Graf and Jeremy Moore, two apiece. Locke scored 12 points and Escalante had 10 in the B unit's one-quarter 28-0 win. Chad Stafford and Neil Wise each scored two points in the B-team's 10-4 defeat. Pirate Junior Varsity Cager...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989
Page 13 Wylie Freshmen (Continued from page 10) freshmen ran their season record to 3-4 with their third straight win. Mattox led the Pirate of- fense much of the way, leading all scorers with 21 points, including 14 in a row during one stretch. The fast finish was in sharp contrast to the start of the game, when Wylie fell behind, 6-2. In fact, the Pirates never ■ed until Mattox hit a pair of ^free throws in the first seven seconds of the second half. Wylie enjoyed a five-point lead with five minutes left in the game, but three quick Frisco buckets -- all set up by errant Pirate passes -- gave the Coons a 36-35 advant- age and set the stage for Wy- lie's comeback. In addition to Mattox, Clark and Guess each had six points; Johnson, five; James Brown, four; and Chris Smith, two points. Naaman Forest Frosh Cagers Lose Thriller Naaman Forest basketball coach Steve Kelly is wonder- ing just what it takes to win. His freshman Rangers came close Saturday morning against Lakeview Centenni...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989
Page 14 QUESTION: 7 wonder about names of churches as there are so many different ones. Can you explain?" - W.E., Wylie. It is surprising to many to find that the church that Jesus died to purchase (Acts 20:28) does not have a name. There are several descriptive terms showing ownership of the church. Jesus said he would build his church in Matthew 16:18: "I will build my church." There's a place for you AT SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ben Davis Road at Highway 78 Sunday Schedule Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Bible Answers BY WILLIS DYKES, MINISTER Sachse Church of Christ Therefore, we find that the church belongs to Christ and is referred to as churches of Christ in Romans 16:16. Jesus is God the Son, John 1, and the church is also referred to as the church of God, Acts. 20:28. Even though the church has no God-given name, there is a name given by God to describe all who meet the requirements of his plan of salvation. Notice Isaiah 62:2: "and thou shalt be called by a new n...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989
Page 15 WISD Offers Drug Workshops Wylie parents and other interested adults are urged to attend a WISD parent education workshop on "Let's Be Drug-Free" at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 12 at Wylie Middle School. This is one of two such workshops sponsored by the district each year. This one is being held under the auspices "f the Wylie Jaycees, Wylie omen's League, Wylie I Ministerial Alliance, and the PTA's of the three elementary schools and the middle school. Appearing on the program will be David Aguilar, patrol agent in charge of the Dallas station of the U. S. Border Patrol; Shari Irwin, counselor at the Baylor Center for Addictive Diseases; and representatives from Straight, Accident on Hwy. 78 Sends Five to Hospital A four-car pile-up on Hwy. 78 at Salmon in Sachse Saturday afternoon resulted in one person being taken to Parkland Hospital in Dallas and four taken to Garland Memorial Hospital. Darleen Gobert was taken to Parkland. Hospitalized at Garland Memorial were Roy Hall, his...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989
Page 16 Speaking Out! If there were people on other planets, what would be your first question to them? i gr-mmamm CHARLIE RITCHEL, Wylie, Western Auto: "Do you have prejudice there?" TAMMY DONAHO, Movie Company, Wylie: 'What do your people look like?" Lake Pointe's Dr. Roberto Stambulie, left, Wylie, Dr. Tom Sudela and Dr. Greg Muns were in the running for delivering the first baby of '89 at the hospital, but Sudela got the call on Jan. 2. The new arrival is the son of Craig and Nancy Patterson and the grandson of Tom and Geri Patterson, Romeoville, IL, and Frank Ham us, Elm hurst, IL. Right is Larry Abernathy, president of First National Bank, Rowlett. Oaks Center 701 N. Highway 78 Wylie KEN ANWARY, One Stop Food Stores, Inc., Sachse: "How many people live there and are they nice like Sachse people?" JOE SHUMWAY, Wylie Middle School: "What do you do for fun?" TRAVIS KIMBER, Wylie Middle School: "What are your hobbies?" Wylie Health Clinic To Offer Medifast Program Prime Retail Peo...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989
Page 17 Dr. Clark to Seek GISD Board Spot Dr. Randy Clark, president of the Garland School Board of Trustees, will seek a second term, running for the Place 1 seat on May 6. Dr. Clark said: "Voters will determine whether our school district will continue with the achievements of recent years or whether it will retreat. "During my term, I have worked to make the board A-e responsive to the patrons it serves throughout Garland, Rowlett and Sachse. As president, I believe I have created an open atmosphere for dialogue between patrons, teachers and board members. "The diminishing tax base presents primary concern for the district. It is our goal to continue our quality programs while not over-burdening or over-taxing our constituents." Dr. Clark, 37, has practiced family dentistry in Garland for 13 years. He has served as president of the Garland Chamber of Commerce and the Garland-West Kiwanis Club. He and his wife, Janie, are Garland natives. They are parents of Ryan, 9, and Reagan, 5...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989
Page 18 r Features How do you take a cruise holi- day at no cost? It is possible if you're an expert in something or happen to be a mature gentleman with social graces. Here is the question that started us on this quest for possibilities on the open seas: Q: At 64 I am about to retire from a career as a financial planner. I have heard that there are cruise opportunities for people who are experts. Is that true? If so, where do I get information? — R.T., Brooklyn, N.Y. A: The wonderful world of cruise travel is open to experts, so says Lauretta Blake of Sunnyvale, Calif., who has built a business on putting experts together with cruise companies. The idea for her business came to her after she, as a cruise en- thusiast and physical fitness in- structor. had taken a dozen cruises in exchange for teaching an hour or two each day. "The cruise company programs all include lectures and classes in many subject areas — fitness, bridge, personal finance and area culture and history are just ...
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mercially active time with chal- lenging deadlines, trips and lively communications. Be innovative ... a bargain rate is possible in prop- erty negotiations. A romance can survive disputes and obstacles. CANCER: (June 21 to July 22 — Also Cancer Ascendant) — Finances appear brighter than you had believed .. choose quality over quantity when shopping. Fol- low up on your bright ideas, get needed facts and be inquisitive. Be •jletely neutral and mediate a ly dispute. LEO: (July 23 to Aug. 22 — Also Leo Ascendant) — You're in the spotlight... look your best, get out socially and meet important peo- ple. Change your M.O. and turn your talents into income-pro- ducing pursuits. Good time to take a class in any of the creative arts VIRGO: (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22 - Also Virgo Ascendant) — Take time out to be a "couch potato' and recoup your energy. Upgrade your personal appearance, groom- ing, wardrobe and dietary habits. Be selective in how you spend your money . creative projects can bring r...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 January 1989
There is no doubt that this generation is in trouble! This year 600,000 teenagers will attempt sui- cide—6,000 will be successful. Over 1 million teenage girls will become preg nant out of wedlock—scarring their lives for years. Drug and alcohol abuse among young Americans has reached epidemic proportions. The family is crumbling before our very eyes! In the midst of all the gloom and despair that so dominates our so- ciety, there is a sure source of hope- there is an answer! Scott Camp speaks to these is- sues with a candid, straight forward approach, offering positive solutions for our troubled generation. You can hear him at: /_ SCOTT CAMP JESUS IS THE ANSWER CRUSADE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SACHSE 2412 Third Street, Sachse (214) 495-1142 SUNDAY, JANUARY 15 - 11:00 AM & 7:00 PM THROUGH WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18 - 7:30 PM NIGHTLY t)