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B2 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, January 13, 2011 Sports Lady Stillwater High's girls' basketball team was both confident and optimistic entering the 2010-2011 season. Early season success elevated the confidence and optimism while the during the Christmas break Lady Pioneers continue that didn't go very well adding to the momentum but it woke us up for the in the new year. Bristow Tournament, even Coach Carl Treat's Lady though we didn't start out Pioneers raised their season very well in our first game record to 9-2 after capturing against Stroud" said senior the Bristow Tournament guard Haylee Frazier. Championship last week. "We played pretty good It is SHS's second tourney against Inola and we were hardware as the Lady Pie-. ready to play from the git- neers finished third in the go against Cushing in the Bixby Tournament earlier finals," she added. in the season. Junior forwardLaneshia just want to continue to SHS overcame a slug- Middleton was named the improve," she noted. gish start in the tourney Most Valuable Player on "At the start we knew we would have a good season ... we knew we'd have a better team, we just weren't sure how good," Frazier said. "I think the win over Edmond North really got us going. It showed us we had enough heart to get a close win against a very good team. "Our confidence is really good fight now. We ranked team in Class 5A, this past Tuesday before hosting back-to-back contests against Lawton Eisenhower and Lawton High on Friday and Satur- day, respectively. The Lady Pioneers will play Lawton Eisenhower at 6:30 p.m. Friday, while the Lawton High game is scheduled to start at 3:30 p,m. Saturday. SHS remains home next Tuesday, Jan. 18, against arch-rival Ponca City in a Centennial Conference game. Coach Michael Davis' Pioneers dropped to 7 -4 on the season after going 1-2 in the rugged Putnam City Invitational this past week. The Lady Pioneers faceThe Pioneers were opener en route to a 57-30 Bristow's All-Tournament a very demanding this turnedback by Putnam City win over Stroud before Team. Senior teammate week and early next week, West(65-60) in the tourney ousting Inola (45-35) in Emma Gade was also an but fortunatelyallthetough opener before knocking off the semifinals and Cush- all-tourney selection,games will be played in the Lawton Eisenhower in their ing (56-48) in the finals The tourney title was Pioneer Gymnasium. second game. SHS was last Saturday night, another step forward forSHS hosted Oklahoma "We had a scrimmage the Lady Pioneers. City McGuinness, the top- See PIONEERS Page B4 g'rls g " The eighth grade Lady to a 12-12 second halfincluded a 9-0 second Bailey Winsler 11, Kayla Demons continued with deadlock, quarter advantage. Perry Wilkinson 7, Bailey Hall 4, Karly Winn 4, Lyndzi Knight 2. their winning ways with a Bailey Winsler led theoutscored P=T 17-9 in the 28-16 win at Cushing last way with 11 points, second half. P-T 28, Perry 22 Thursday. A huge first half enabled Kayla Wilkinson led PJH 5 0 9 8-22 P-T broke open a close the Lady Demons to gain a P-T in scoring with 10P-T 10 95 4-28 Kayla Wilkinson 10, Bailey 6-4 first quarter with a 10- 28-22 win over Perry here points. Wensler 8,-Cheyenne Driggs 4, 0 second quarter run. That last Monday. Karly Winn 4, Jessica Howard P-T 28, Cushing 16 2. created a 16-4 halftime P-T zoomed to a 19- P--r 6 10 8 4-28 lead. Both teams played 5 first half lead, which cus 4 0 6 8-16 iris s The seventh grade Lady scoring with 6 points,lead. Perry would trim a Demons split their two The Lady Demons portion of the deficit in the games last week culminat- returned from the Christ- second half for the 22-15 ing with a 35-20 loss at mas break and gained a 22- final score. Cushing last Thursday, 15 home win last Monday Macy Hall led PoT with P-T trained 14-9 at half- over Perry. 6 points. time but Cushing put the After a 2-2 first quar- Cushing 35, P-T 20 game away with a 21-11 ter, P-T opened the game P-T 8 1 9 2-20 second half surge, with a 12-1 second quarter CMS12 2 5 16-35 Cheyenne Hankins led in surge for a 14-3 halftime Cheyenne Hankins 6, Macy Hall 4, Braden Nichols 4, Brunker 3, Sierra Winters Rylee Wilson 1. 7th P-T 21, Perry 15 PJH 2 1 4 8- 15 P-T 2 12 8 0-22 Macy Hall 6, Jaci Armstrong 5, Sierra Winters 4, Kaylee Brunker 2, Cheyenne Hankins 2, Regan O'Donnell 2, Kylee Foster 1. sweep two home games The seventh grade of the schedule here last Demons swept a pair of Monday. home games last week. P-T held a slim 12-11 P-Tended the week with advantage at halftime, But a 21-11 win over the Cush. a 20-7 second half surge ing Tigers last Thursday, It put the game away for the began with a 32-18 win last Demons. Monday against Perry. Longbrake and Bryce The Demons jumped to Wells led P-T in scoring a 12-2 first half lead against with 8 points each. Cushing including keeping P-T 21, Cushing 11 the visitors scoreless in the CMS 0 2 6 3 -11 first quarter. Both teams P-T 5 7 1 8-21 battled to a 9-9 second half Jacob Gould 5, Dillon Long- draw. brake 5, Bryce Wells 4, Brady Davis 3, Zeke Dougan 3, Kade Kaylee, Jacob Gould and Dillon Richard 1. 2, Longbrake led the scoring P-T 32, Perry 18 attack with 5 points each. PJH 7 4 2 5 - 18 The Demons broke openP-T 8 4 10 10 - 32 a close first half to coast to Dillon Longbrako 8, Bryce a 32-18 win over Perry Wells 8, Kade Richard 7, Zeke Dougan 5, Jacob Gould 2, Nick to begin the 2011 portion Huckabay 2. NEW & USED TIRES BRAKES, TUNE-UPS, ETC. CONTRACTOR FOR LYLE YOUNGKER, DBA HERCULES MUFFLER ant.y. $34.95 (405) 547-4119 101 N. MAIN, PERKINS "Now That's A Pizza Coupon!" 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