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Thursday, January 14, 2016 !i~ !iJi~! ! i~!~ili~i!~! ! !i il iiii!i!i!!!i!!!i!i!i!i!!!i!!!i!ilili!!ii!iliiii!ii!i!i~~ ~!!:!i!iiiiiii!~ P-T teams in top 10 of Class 3A Both Perkins-Tryon High School basket- ball teams are ranked in the top I0 of their respective Class 3A polls in weekly rankings released Monday on OSSAARankings.com. The Lady Demons moved up a spot to No. 4 following last week's wins. P-T als0 garnered two first place votes. The Demons are No. 10 despite splitting games last week. The boys were previously No. 12. Around the area, the Coyle Lady Bluejackets are ranked No. 6 in Class B with one first place vote. Thursday, Jan. 14 • P-T 7 -9t" basketball with Guthrie: Boys, there, 5 p.m.; girls, here, 5:30 p.m. • P-THS wrestling at Tulsa 7 Conference high school wrestling tourna- ment at Cleveland. • Agra 5m-8m basketball at Davenport, 4:30 p.m. • Carney HS basketball at Paden, 6:30 p.m. • Coyle 5m-8th basketball at Ripley, 4:30 p.m. • Stillwater HS wrestling hosts Ponca City: JV, 6 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 15 • P-THS wrestling at Tuttle tournament through Saturday, Jan. 16. • Coyle HS basketball hosts Agra, 6:30 p.m. • Stillwater HS basket- ball at Southmoore: JV, 3:30 p.m.; varsity, 6 p.m. • Stillwater HS wrestling hosts COAC tournament through Saturday, Jan. 16. Saturday, Jan. 16 • P-THS basketball at Jones: JV, 10 a.m.; var- sity, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 19 • P-THS basketball at Cushing: JV, 4 p.m.; var- sity, 6:30 p.m. • Agra 7t"-8th basketball hosts Oilton, 4:30 p.m. • Agra HS basketball hosts Oilton, 6:30 p.m. • Carney HS basketball hosts Coyle, 6:30 p.m. • Stillwater HS basket- ball at Norman North: JV, 3:30 p.m., varsity 6 p.m. • Stillwater HS wrestling at Owasso, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20 • Ripley 5th-8~ basketball at Davenport, 12 noon. Thursday, Jan. 21 • P-THS basketball at Jones tournament through Saturday, Jan. 23, th th • P-T 7 -9 basketball, with Berryhill: girls,~there, 5:30 p.m.; boys, home, ' 5:30 p.m. • Agra 5m-8t" basketball hosts Carney, 4:30 p,m. • Agra HS basketball at Paden tournament through Saturday, Jan. 23. • Carney HS basketball at Paden tournament through Saturday, Jan. 23. • Coyle HS basketball at Cashion tournament through Saturday, Jan. 23. See BRIEFS Page B3 & QII~aIN.mMB (=llqr= JIlL 3r,ll t 3=1 BUll: ~405~ 728-2411 Master Certified New & Pre-Owned M0dets WWW. rel/noldllautos.com re By Rick Lomenick Journal Sports Editor CLEVELAND - The Perkins-Tryon Lady Demons started the 2016 portion of the schedule scoring a lot of points in their first two games. One didn't have any bearing on the outcome but the other one did. P-T ended the week with a 70-59 win over the Cleveland Lady Tigers last Saturday night in a Tulsa 7 Conference clash. It began last Friday as the Lady Demons coasted to an uncontested 90-27 triumph over the Harding Fine Arts Academy Firehawks in the P-T Gymnasium. The Lady Demons made it look pretty easy against Cleveland early by jumping out to an 8-2 lead in the first" four minutes of the game. CHS, however, countered with seven straight points for a short-lived 9-8 lead with three minutes left in the period. Both teams tallied six points each in the closing minutes to enable the Lady Tigers hold a 15-14 advan- tage. Again P-T used a quick start in the second quar- ter but Cleveland didn't respond like it did earlier. Free throws from Coley Larson and two inside buckets from Ericka Ste- venson contributed to the 9-2 run that created a 23-17 advantage with 4:41 left in the first half. Both teams essentially traded buckets for the remainder of the frame. However, P-T would grad- ually add to its lead espe- cially with back-to-back field goals from Larson and Bailey Wamsley and a free throw from Brianna Hobbs for the Lady Demons' first double-digit lead of 36-26 with just under a minute left. Wamsley drained a three-pointer from the top of the key in the final seconds that gave P-T an 11-point advantage at the intermission of 39-28. As it would turn out, P-T's second quarter dominance proved to be the difference of the game. The Lady Demons extended the lead through- out a majority of the third quarter. Scoring chunks from Hobbs, Stevenson, and Raegan O'Donnell allowed P-T to reach the 20-point cushion plateau with a 53-33 advantage with 3:26 left. But the Lady Tigers gave the home crowd a reason to hope for a rally in the fourth quarter. Cleveland used an 18-4 run in the first four minutes of the fourth frame to close to 60-56 with just under three minutes left. The Lady Demons then used a somewhat unfamiliar ally in the final three minutes See LIGHT Page B3 Perkins-Tryon's Brianna Hobbs splits a pair of Harding Fine Arts defenders enroute to the hoop during first half action of last Friday's game in the P-T Gymnasium. The Lady Demons smothered the Lady Firehawks in a 90-27 finish. P-T also rolled to a 70-59 win at Cleveland last Saturday night. Journal photo by Kyle Lomenick ons S By Rick Lomenick quarter. CHS scored the first six points of the second 16 points with a 36-20 score Journal Sports Editor first points of the game but period for a 12-8 lead. A with 1:52 left in the frame. CLEVELAND - The the Demons used buckets 7-1 run followed by P-T The lead was 38-24 heading Perkins-Tryon Demons' from Chad Black and Bryce for its final lead of the game into the final period. split their games last week Wells to gain a 6-2 lead at 15-13. Wells and Aaron P-T could never get the ending with a disappointing with 2:50 remaining. Arnold combined scoring deficit back to single digits 53-28 loss last Saturday After the Tigers coun- efforts for the surge. The in the fourth quarter. night to the host Tigers at tered with back-to-back Tigers would close outWells led P-T in scor- Cleveland as part of the buckets to forge a 6-6 tie, the final three minutes and ing with a season-high 14 Tulsa 7 Conference race. Markel Garris scored in change with a 10-1 advan- points. On the previous night, the closing seconds to give tage for a 23-16 halftime Leading scorer Trey the Demons held off a the Demons an 8-6 lead. lead. Waitt was held scoreless pesky Harding Fine Arts But from this point on, P-T CHS continued to grindafter he was whistled for team for a 51-44 win. would be forced to play out the game and in the three quick first quarter Neither P-T nor Cleve- catch-up for the rest of the process added to its lead in fouls then added the fourth land was able to generate game. the third quarter. The Tigers in the first two minutes of much offense in the first Cleveland scored the reached their largest lead of See DEMONS Page B3 Cushing High School's132 pounds who went 2-2. Lawson at 195 pounds, and Prague. Losses were to invitational wrestling tour- Brenton Robinson at 106 Caleb Hart at 285 pounds. Perry and Tonkawa. nament is regarded as one pounds, Nathaniel Ellis at The Demons finished in AgainstBethel,P-Tdom- of the best in the state that 145 pounds, Colton Gris- third place in last Tuesday' s inated with a 71-6 win. All brings in some of the finest wold at 182 pounds, and Class 3A District Duals the wins were either by pins high school teams both in Garrett Self at 220 ,pounds held in the P-T Gymnasium. or forfeits except Howard's and outside of Oklahoma. each went 1-2. Perennial powerhouse technical fall win at 132 Despite their best efforts Others taking part inPerry Maroons won thepounds. Against Prague, Perkins-Tryon's wrestlers the two-day event were event going unbeaten with the Demons needed wins fell short finishing among Eli Phibbs at 126 pounds, Tonkawa finishing second in the final three weights to the medalists last weekend. Josue Romero at 138 with its lone dual loss scorethe dualwin. Forfeits Five of the matmen who pounds, Malachi Ellis at to Perry. Bethel finished were awarded to Lawson at participated one at least 152 pounds, Nathan McFee fourth and Prague was fifth. 195 pounds and Hart at 285 one match. Leading the at 160 pounds, Preston P-T sp,lit the four duals pounds. Self won his match way was Scott Howard at Ardrey at 170 pounds, Jalon with wins over Bethel and at 220 pounds by a pin. Despite having his headgear covering his eyes, Perkins-Tryon Chance Carpenter has his Bethel's Blain Blair during last Tuesday night's Class 3A district duals in the P-T Gymnasium. with a first period pin. The Demons finished in third place overall. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick 138-pound match against Carpenter won this match And speaking of Self, the senior state tournament qualifier from a year ago won all his matches by falls, All of them came in the first period. His pin against Perry kept the Demons from being shutout in a 78-6 loss. Howard, Lawson, and Hart finished with 3-1 records. Howard recorded two pins and the one tech- nical fall. Lawson received two forfeits and won his match in the Tonkawa dual by a decision. Hart also received two forfeits and notched a pin in the Bethel dual. ! Finishing 2-2 were Bren- ton Robinson at both 106i and 113 pounds, Phibbs atl 126, Chance Carpenter at 138 pounds, and Nathaniel Ellis at 145 pounds. Coltor Klein finished 2-0 with win each at 106 and 11 pounds, i Finishing 1-3 were McFee at 160 poundS, Ardrey at 170 pounds, and Griswold at 182 pounds. Malachi Ellis went 0-4 at 152 pounds. 830 N. Main Street • ldyto len, (405) 547-1199 Lobby Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to Noon Drive-thru Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 7:30 a.m. to Noon ~',tt.~*d'/,#