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B4 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, January 12, 2012 Sports DEMONS Continued from Page would close to within seven before Byng regained a double-digit lead at 38-27 at halftime. The Pirates would outscore P-T 37-22 in the second half for the decisive win. Waitt poured in a season-high 20 points to lead the Demons in scor- ing. White followed with 15 points. P-T 39, Bethel 37 The Demons useda nice second half surge and some timely defensive stops to hold on to a 39-37 win over Bethel last Friday night. P-T led 8-4 after the first quarter but saw the Wild- cats rally late in the second quarter for a 16-13 lead. White and Kinzie com- bined on a 6-2 run that covered nearly six minutes of the third quarter that tied the score at 19-19. After a Bethel basket that produced a short-live lead. White, Travis Battles, and McBride combined for a PIONEERS Continued from Page Pioneers were impressive in claiming third place at the tourney. The Lady Pioneers defeated Idabel in the tour- ney opener before being thumped by Class 5A's No. 1 ranked Shawnee in the semifinals. SHS's girls BI seven-point surge that gave P-T a 26-21 lead. The Demons constructed a 10-point lead thanks to a 9-2 run that covered the first four minutes of the fourth quarter. Bethel, however, chipped away at the deficit and pulled to within two points late. P-T would hold on for the win. McBride led P-T in scoring with 11 points and Kinzie followed with 10. P-T 63, Soper 37 The Demons used 20- point scoring surges in the second and third quarters to roll past the Red Bears in the opening round of the tournament last Thursday. P-T broke open a 10-6 first quarter with a 23-12 second quarter for a 33- 18 halftime lead. The hot shooting continued in the third quarter with a 20-14 advantage before sealing the win with a 10-5 fourth quarter advantage. Kinzie led all scorers with 20 points. White fol- B2 rallied to turn back Class 6A's No. 7 ranked Choctaw in the third place game. SHS's boys and girls travel this weekend, play- ing at Lawton Eisenhower on Friday night and at Lawton High Saturday afternoon. COYLE Continued from Page Coyle 60, Dover 45 DHS 7 13 6 19-45 CHS 14 22 15 9-60 Dover - Raudle 19, Andrews 9, Ramirez 7, Morris 6, Holmes 4. Coyle -Tony Aska 22, Jakobi Brown 12, Domonique Payne 12, Fidel Simpson 7, Ryan Weathers 5, Dalton Anderson 2. 3-point goals - DHS: Raudle 3, Ramirez 1. CHS: Simpson 1. Coyle 96, Carney 31 Carney 4 9 5 13-31 Coyle 24 25 21 26-96 Carney - Trevor Miller 9, Keen Knox 8, Dalton Graham 3, Hunter Richards 3, Ty Wiseman 3, Dakota-Battles 2, Devin Easley 2, Jacob Kliewer 1. Coyle - Tony Aska 29, Jakobi Brown 15, Domonique Payne B2 14, Fidel Simpson 12, Ryan -Weathers 12, Dalton Anderson 10, Laine Noble 2, Chance Warden 2. 3-point goals - Carney: Graham 1, Miller 1, Richards 1, Wiseman 1. Coyle: Weathers 3, Sire ;)son 2. Coyle 51, Ripley 28 RHS 7 9 7 5-28 CHS 10 15 13 13-51 Ripley - Dexter Ladd 14, Dalton Watts 4, Caulden Green- field 3, Garret Gosney 2, Jeff Halley 2, Abe Lincoln 2 Justin Ford 1. Coyle -Tony Aska 17, Domo- nique Payne 10, Fidel SirnDson 10, Ryan Weathers 6, Dalton Anderson 4, Jakobi Brown 4, 3-point goals - RHS: Ladd 4. CHS: Simpson 1, Weathers 1. =::~,:i::,ilil)ili .::i:mf==i=: