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| 00emons tal Second in Invitational for Crescent. Perkins-Tryon only put in 2 of their 8 attempted free throws, both of which were made by James Parrack, with a total of 8 points. Crescent hit 7 of their 10 attempted free throws. This was Perkins first loss of the tournament. While Crescent lost none. Perkins-Tryon played their pcorest offensive game of the tournament in the finals, hitting only 18-FG. out of 54 attempts. Defensively we Crescent boys went with the championship after defeating the on Demons in the night finals of the Demon Invitational Tournament, held ilast week. defeated the by a score of 49-38, leading the first half Mark Bunch led the scoring with 14 while Henning was dropping in a total of 18 Crescent goes up for 2 Ron Tyley attempts to bali ,,,mv Pa ;  rrack misses an attempt shot as Ron Tuley girls  for rebound. he iS} ry g orse Ch BLUMER'S CHAMPLIN sTATION 547.2446 148 S. played an excellent second make some of the starters half. We outrebounded a work harder-to keep their taller Crescent team 35-26 starting job. Our boys gained and for the most part some valuable experience eliminated our ball handling mistakes. We had a good game plan and followed it very well except we missed the inside shots badley. I was very please d with the playing of Mark Anderson and James Parrack, but disappointed in how our other people played. Cres- cent has an excellent team with some free athletes, but I really feel like if we played them again we would beat them. We started three juniors, one sophomore and one freshman against Cres- cents three seniors and two juniors and I feel the added experience was definitely in their favor," said Coach Bunch. Blackwell also victored on finals nights when they battled it out with Oilton. Holt was high scorer for Blackwell with 47 points 9 of which came in the overtime. F. Casey could only muscle up 24 points for Oilton. The third quarter score was 55-49, but before the fourth frame could end Oilton came up with the needed points to even up the game 70-70. Blackwell scored 16 points in the overtime period while Oilton scored only 9, this gave Blackwell their victory of 86-79, and third place, and gave Oilton fourth. Ponca City fought it out Friday night with Ripley to see who would take honors of Consolation. The score at halftime was 49-61 with Ponca on top. Adding 29 more points in the second half Ponca City took Consola- tion by a score of 61-49. This left Ripley with 6th place in the tournament In the seventh place battle Friday, Shidler topped Shaw- nee by 5045, after being behind at the end of the first game of the tournament to Crescent because the coach got three technicals and had to leave the game, went home with eighth place. We played pretty good basketball for most of the tournament. The first two games we hit well and played good defense, but had too many turnovers. The finals we played defense well, rebounded well, and elimi- nated most of our turnovers but couldn't hit. The boys played under pressure in all three games because they were all close right to the end. Freshmen back for the rest of the year now and this will definitely help "re- marked coach Bunch "They are both good shooters and ball handlers and will give us more strength. It will also from the tournament and gained confidence that they can play well and beat most teams when they play up to their capabilities." by Keith Disney SATURDAY'S RESULTS Ripley 40, P-T 38 (Girls Championship) Ripley .............. 10 10 10 10-40 Perkins ............ 6 11 10 11-38 Ripley-Sadler 7-4-18, W. Katuz 5,0-10, Pdckett 3-1.7, Fowler 1-3-5. Guards-lnger- sol, Arthur, S. Kautz. PF-13. Perkins-Tryon-Smalley 6-4- 16, Clark 6-0-12, McCutchen 2-4-8, Parrack 1-0-2. Guards- Evans, Bradley, Parrack. PF-17. Crescent 49, P-T, 38 (Boys Championship) Crescent .......... 10 14 10 15-49 Perkins ............ 6 10 10 12-38 Perkins-Tryon-Bunch 7-0- 14, Anderson 4-0-8, Parrack 3-2-8, Varvil 1-0-2, Tuley 1,0-2, Cameron 1,0-2, Hamil- ton 1,0-2. PF-16. Crescent-Henning 9,0-18, Moon 6-2-14, Bagley 2-2-6, Lewis 2-2-6, R. Jones 2-1-5. PF-13. Other Results Shidler 38, Crescent 32 (Girls Third Place) BlackweU 86, Oilton 79, OT (Boys Third Place) FRIDAY'S RESULTS Ponca City JV 61, Ripley 49 (Boys Consolation Finals) Ripley .............. 15 11 12 11-49 Ponca .............. 16 16 10 19-61 Ripley-Aisip 8-7-23, Rip- ley 6-1-13, Teitz 5-I-11, Bunch 1-0-2. PF-22. P-T B 23, Ponca JV 18 (Girls Seventh Place) Ripley ................... 15 11 12 Ponca JV ............... 4 0 5 9-18 Perkins B .............. 12 2 4 5-23 Perkins B-Foster 3-3-9, Anderson 3-0-6, Wesffall" 3-0-6, Lomenick 0-2-2. Gu- ards-Doyle, Lincoln, Lore. PF-19. OTHER RESULTS Blackwell 53, Oilton 50 (Girls Consolation Finals)' Shidler 50, Shawnee JV 45 (Boys seventh Place) DEMONETTES GET GOOD START Perkins Demonettes got off to a good start in their Invitational Tournament, Ja- nuary 17. The Demonettes simply out-played the Oilton Panthers for their first win in the Demon Tournament. The Demonettes put on a exciting first half with the score being, Demons 33, OIIton 12. When the girls came out the second half, they were still fired-up.They kept the pressure on until the last buzzer. Laura McCutchen was high-point scorer with 18 and Shawn Clark was close behind with 16. Other Demonettes who scored were: Kelly Smalley with 7, Jennifer Dodrill, and Linda Parrack both having 5. Good job, Demonettesl by Rick Hamilton DEMONETTES CAGE CRESENT Demonettes caged the Cresent Tigers last Thurs- day, as they went on to win their second game in the Perkins Invitational Tourna- ment. The first half was up and down all the way. When it ended the score was tied 10 all. But when the second half started, the Demonettes got off to a good start and kept a lead through the rest of the game. Kelly Smalley lead the way with 14 of the Demonettes points. Shawn Clark had 10, Laura McCutchen 4, and Jennifer Dodrill 2. Coach Madison remarked the guards played an aggressive ball game but the forwards were a little inconsistent. by Rick Hamilton PERKINS LOSES TO BLACKWELL Perkins-Tryon Demonettes "B" team played their second game with Blackwell but came out the short of things as they lost 30-56. Coach Madison remarked that, "I'm very proud of my "B" girls for having the guts it takes to face an "A" team." All the girls played a hard game as Sheri Foster scored a high 21 points, Dana Wesffall had 4, with Gladys Anderson and Linda Smith both turning in with 2. by Rick Hamilton DEMONETTES DO WELL IN TOURNAMENT The Demonettes started the tournament with an uproarY Tuesday was our first game, and we played Oilton. At the end of the half, the score was 33 to 12, our favor and we went on to win the game with a score of 53 to 26. This led us to Thursday night game with Crescent. We were tied at half, but we went on and won with the score of 30 to 19. Now with everyone fired up for Ripley, and a first place trophy, we jumped in fighting to win. At half we were trailing the Warriors 17-20 but never gave up till the very end and we lost 38-40. With second place trophy, and very disappointed, the Demo- nettes left the locker room. The forward scoring well, all had a high average: Shawn Clark 13, Laura McCutchen 10, Kelley Smal- ley 12, and Linda Parrack and Jennifer Dodrill both with 2 points per game. Chris, Linda, and Dawn did an excellent job at guarding all through the tournament. PERKINS SHORT OF WINNING Perkins-Tryon Demonettes lost a close game to Ripley last Saturday night. The Demonettes played hard all 3 Laura McCutchen goes up for a layup as Shawn and Kelley is ready for the rebound. 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CBANTRY CARL AND CLEO ROSE BOWYER'S GARAGE WEST KIIPE STREET PAYNE COUNTY BANK 547,24 202 S, MAIN PERKINS CORNER MOBIL SERVICE s47.00 N.W. ov vz00s PERKINS 'Y' LIVESTOCK AUCTION 547-2533 N.W. OF PERKINS The Journal, Thursday, January 27, 1977-5 the way but came up a little Demonettes points. Shawn short for first place. Clark turned it in with 12, The Demonettes seemed Laura McCutchen had8, and to be trailing most of the Linda Parrack had 2. game as the first half ended The Demonettes came out with Perkins behind by 3 with second place in the points. Demon Invitational Tourna- The second half was a ment. better one of Perkins, as The final score was 49-38. Kelly Smalley had the hot by Rick Hamilton hand by pointing in 16 of the PERKINS-TRYON HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1976-77 January 28 Friday M-O there 29 Saturday Deer Creek (Ed) there February 1 Tuesday Oilton there 4 Friday Ripley here 4 Saturday Glencoe here 15 Tuesday Meeker here December 13-18 Ripley Invitational Basketball Tournament. Chris Evans plows up court after a great steal flora the Warriors. SUP ")R T YOUR TEAM.. WE DO..SI ?E Y( PU .4 T THE GAME