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Sports THE JOURNAL, Thursday, January 19, 2012 - B3 Bluejackets gain Matmen place 2 at Tuttle event sweep last week COYLE -- The Coyle Bluejackets notched a pair of wins last week in area high school basketball action. The week ended with a 7240 home win Friday night over the Agra Bearcats. It began with a 6349 triumph at Davenport last Tuesday. Against Agra, a huge first quarter surge set the tone for the Bluejackets. Coyle raced to a 17-4 lead. The lead expanded to 34-18 at halftime. In the second half, the Bluejackets out- scored the visiting Bearcats 38-22 for the win. Tony Aska led the Blue- jackets in scoring with 20 points. Domonique Payne followed with 18 and Fidel Simpson chipped in 15. Aska also completed the double-double with 114 rebounds. Leading the way for the Bearcats was Matt Reedy with 10 points. Against Davenport, Coyle used another big first quarter run and this time it led to a 21-9 lead. The Bluejackets would also have a slight edge in the second quarter at 12-10 that led to a 33-19 halftime score. Both teams notched 30 second half points to create the 63-49 final score. Aska scored 23 points and pulled down 18 rebounds to lead the Bluejackets. Payne also followed with a double- double with 17 points and 12 rebounds while Jakobi Brown tallied 10 points and 10 rebounds. Dalton Anderson also recorded 12 rebounds. Coyle 72, Agra 40 AHS 4 14 10 12-40 CHS17 17 20 18-18 Agra - Matt Reedy 10, Garrett Jones 8, Jacob Wat- kins 6, Alex Cagle 4, Drake McEntire, 4 Will McEntire 4, Dalton James 3, Matt McEn- tire 1. Coyle - Tony Aska 20, Domonique Payne 18, Fidel Simpson 15, Jakobi Brown 9, Ryan Weathers 4, Dalton Anderson 2, Laine Noble 2, Chance Warden 2. 3-point goals - AHS: Watkins 2, James 1. CHS: Simpson 1. Coyle 63, Davenport 49 CHS21 12 17 13-63 DHS 9 10 8 22-49 Coyle - Tony Aska 23, Domonique Payne 17, Jakobi Brown 10, Ryan Weathers 5, Dalton Anderson 4, Fidel Simpson 4. Davenport - Clement 14, Lyon 10, Wunderlich 10, Kevin Thomas 9,  Hyde 4, Berry 2. 3-point goals - CHS: Weathers 1. DHS: Hyde 1, Lyon 1, Thomas 1, Wun- derlich 1. Two Perkins-Tryon High School wrestlers placed in their respective weights during last weekend's tour- nament at Tuttle. Clark Crotty at 170 pounds and heavyweight Corbin Reid each finished in sixth place after the two-day event. Crotty finished with a 3-3 tournament record while Reid was 4-3. Finishing 1-2 in the event were Brett Cheary at 120 pounds, Blake Avery at 126 pounds, and Jacob Branstetter and Brandon Moody each at 160 pounds. Isaiah Ownby was 0-2 at 195 pounds. As a team, the Demons finished in 11 'h place out of 17 teams. Head coach Shawn Matheson said last year P-T placed four in the tour- nament and three of those eventually advanced to the Class 3A state tournament. "This tournament mostly has teams in Classes 3A and 4A with the 3A teams from mostly the west side of the state," Matheson said. "So this gives us a chance to see that competition as we get ready for the regional tour- nament and beyond." The high school Demons dropped a close dual with Liberty here last Tuesday by a 26-18 verdict. Of the six matches P-T competed in, four wins were recorded. Cheary won his match Blake Avery wrestled to a 9-3 decision win in the 132-pound match at last week's dual with Uberty here. Brett Cheary at 126 pounds and heavyweight Corbin Reid also gained match wins for the Demons. Joumal photo by Kyle Lomenick at 126 pounds by an 11-6 decision. Avery followed at 132 pounds with a 9-3 decision triumph. Winning their matches by pins were Moody at 170 pounds and Reid at heavyweight. Crotty lost by a pin at 160 pounds while Ownby lost a 4-2 decision at 220 pounds. In the junior high por- tion of the event, Mathe- son said the wrestlers were matched up against Liberty grapplers. Seventh graders gaining wins were Jacob Swafford at 78 pounds, Justin Ritter at 110 pounds, and Braden Rush at i18 pounds. Vic- torious eighth graders were Tyler Carey at 94 pounds, Bradyn Littau at 118 pounds, Ethan Stafford at 134 pounds, Dakota Phelps at 152 pounds, Garrett Self and Daniel Wall each at 165 pounds, and Caleb Hart at heavyweight. Freshmen Ty Elwood at 110 pounds and Caleb Swafford each won their matches. Seventh graders losing their matches were Eli Phibbs, Natheil Ellis at 86 pounds, Donnie Beck and CJ Newkirk each at 102 pounds, Blake Burch at 118 pounds, and Wayne Gravitt and Elijah Green each at 142 pounds. Eighth graders also losing were Brennan Lightfoot at 118 pounds, Michael Hall and Kyle Robertson each at 134 pounds, Austin Jackson and Bryan Nottingham each at 165 pounds, and Anthony Barrera at 185 pounds. Freshman Hunter Phillips also lost his match at 86 pounds. "This junior high group continues to show a lot of promise," Matheson said. 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LtaHed4e 0fie, Trader.s and !* naz am the pmpmly 0l eir respe e:Js 'NIl II S lttllar Legal notice punished in The Perkins Journal Jan. 19 and Jan. 26, 2012 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed proposals addressed to the Board of Education, Ripley Public Schools, Independent School District Number 1003, Ripley, Payne County, Oklahoma, for Work to construct the Gymna- sium Expansion, will be received at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, 403 East Cook, Ripley, OK, 74062, until 1:30 PM, CST, Thursday, February 9,2012; and wilt be opened and read publicly at that time. Bids received more than ninety-six (96) hours, exclud- ing Saturdays, Sundays and holi- days, before the time set for the opening of bids, as well as any bids received after that time, will be returned unopened. The Owner, Board of Education, Ripley Public School, will be accepting proposals for Contracts to construct an expansion to the existing High School gymnasium building. The Owner will construct under the consuction manage- ment agent method and will be accepting bid packages for labor only, materials only and/or labor and materials, as described in the summary of work. Copies of the Construction Docu- ments are on file at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, 403 East Cook, Ripley, OK 74062, and are open for public inspection. Interested parties shall contact the Owner at (918)372-4242, to arrange an appointment to review the documents and visit the site. Please do not visit the site without making prior arrangements with the Owner. Qualified Contractors shall address all questions concerning the documents to the Architect at (918) 478-9800. One set of Con- struction Documents will be made available to all interssted parties for which aone hundred ($103.00) dollar, refundable deposit, will be required. The deposit will be refunded in full if the Construction Documents are returned to the Architect within seven (7) clays of lt time set for opening of the bids. Additional paper copies will be made available for the cost of the documents. Electronic files will be made available by compact disk for a cost of $50.00. The cost and transmittal of additional paper copies or electronic files will not be refundable. A Prebid meeting will be con- ducted at the Owner's office on Tuesday, February 2, 2012, at 10:30 AM, CST. All Bidders are strongly urged to attend this meeting, information discussed and provided at this meeting will become part of the Construction Documents. Each Bidder shall submit their Proposal in a sealed envelope. Enclosed in the envelope shall be fully executed copies of the: 1. Proposal Form 2. Bid Bond, as applicable 3. Non-collusion Affidavit 4, Business Relationship Affk:lavit 5, All bids received will comply with the Competitive Bidding Act of 1974, as amended, or they will be rejected. Each Bidder shall submit a Bid Bond as required in the State School Laws of Oklahoma and these Construction Documents. Such Bonds may be in thff form of an irrevocable letter of radit, cashier's check or bid bond. Cash is not acceptable. AI! such bonds shall be made payable to the Owner in an amount no less than five (5) per cent of the largest combination of the Base Proposal and any Altemates. The Contractor may be required to forfeit the Bid Bond, to the Owner, in the event the Contractor falls to execute a Contract or fails to provide the required Bonding and Insurances. Upon the Owner's acceptance of bids and within a period of ten (10) calendar days after opening of the bids, a Contract will be executed between the Owner and the suc- cessful Bidder. All bonding and insurance shall be provided with this ten (10) day period. Bids may not be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) calendar days after the date of this Bid Opening. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all Bids and waive any informality or irregularity in any Bids received. By: Board of Education Ripley Public Schools Independent School District 1003 Ripley, Payne, Oklahoma