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{ 6-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, February I, 2001 By Rick Lomenick The Demons, now 10-6 for the quarter ended, the Bulldogs a perfect 9 of 9 from the free Journal Sports Editor the year, trailed 20-16 at half- held a 37-26 advantage, throw line. MEEKER -- A third quarter time. But when the third quar- P-T made a rally attempt Meeker 48, P-T 34 scoring drought by the Perkins- ter began, P-T faced a much early in the fourth quarter. Free P-T 7 9 t0 8-- 34 Tryon Demons was enough to more aggressive Meeker de-throws from Stewart and Jeremy MHS 9 11 17 11--40 P-T -- Mobloy 6-7-19, Stewart 2- allow the eighth ranked Meeker fense. That led to seven turn- Mobley and a field goal from 2-6, Collum 2-0-4, Shelton 1-0-3, Bulldogs to gain a 48-34 win overs but more importantly, a Collum pulled the Demons back Calavan 1-0-2. Totals 12-9-34. here Tuesday night, three-minute scoring drought, to within five at 37-32 with 4:31 Meeker-- Honeycutt 6-0-12, Gatz The 16th ranked Demons During that time, Meeker re- left in the game. But from that 5-0-10, Ragsdale 4-1-9, Simpson 2- will be on the road again this sponded with nine unanswered point, Meeker outscored P-T 11- 5-9, fleust 3-0-6, Wellborn 1-0-2. To- tals: 21-6-48. weekend. Friday they will be a points for a 29-16 lead. Buckets 2 to claim the 48-34 win. Three-point goals -- P-T: Sheiton Chandler and Saturday at from Jase Collum and FloydMobley was the only player(1). Ripley. Both games will start Stewart got the Demons on the in double figures for the De- Total fouls -- P-T 14, Meeker 15. 'around 8 p.m. board for a 29-20 score. When mons with 19 points. P-T did hit Fouled out: P-T, Collum. Technical fouls: P-T bench y Demons, 53-47 By Rick Lomeniek arch, P-T nailed eight, more Gena Wollenberg. Journal Sports Editor Another thing working in The Lady Demons fell be- MEEKER -- The Meeker Meeker's favor was the ability hind as many as 11 points in the Lady Bulldogs zoned in on the to get offensive rebounds and third quarter at 36-25. But a trey Perkins-Tryon Lady Demons cash them in for easy layups in from Raven Redus and a regu- and it worked, front of out-of-position Lady lay bucket from Kristy Kinsey Meeker's tight zone defense Demons. offset a Meeker bucket to make shutdown P-T's inside game P-T led the first half of the the score 38-30 in favor of the enough to claim a 53-47 win openi'ng quarter. Their last lead home team enter "the fourth here Tuesday night. The loss was at 7-6. After that, the Lady frame. drops the Lady Demons to 10- Bulldogs went on a 13-3 run to P-T fought it's way back in 6. P-T will again play back-to- take a 19-10 lead wheiathe quay- the final quarter. At one point, back games this weekend, both ter ended , the Lady Demons pulled to on the road. Friday's game is at Neither team ,showed any within three at 47-44. But Chandler while Saturday will be kind of offensive punch in the Meeker hit key free throws with a short trip to Ripley. Both will second quartefl Meeker s prob- less than a minute remaining to start at 6:30 p.m. lem was the eight turnovers they gain the 53-47 win. Meeker established a 2-3 committed. P-T couldn't use zone from the very beginning, them entirely to their advantage That kept P-T from consistantly because of that zone. The Lady 9th Lady Demons working the ball inside. As a re- Demons were able to chip away suit, the Lady Demons hit only at the deficit when halftime defeat Perry six field goals in the game. But came to trail 23-17 thanks to the from beyond the three-pointseven points scored by sopho- last Thursday The Perkins Titans 3rd grade girls basketball team in last weekend's Tri.County League Tournament in team finished the regular season with a record of 4-2. played six games in the double-elimination bottom row, from left, are Harley Runner and Middle row is Jessica Lookout. Third row, from left, Rush, Caitlin McLain, Jessica Wilkinson, Natasha Wampler. On the back are are head coach Tricia J and assistant coach Frankie Modlin. -Photo Wollenberg and fellow Darrow places first at sophomore Hillary Clinesmith Ladyhit llDemons.pOints each to lead the Chandler wrestling tourn Me.key 53, P-T 47 Junior Rudy Darrow took first place honors at last P-T 10 7 13 17--47 MHS 19 4 15 15--53 Chandler wrestling tournament. P-T -- Clinesmith 4-0-1t, The Demons also had two other wrestler place. Brad Wollenberg 3-3-11, Kinsey 2-3-7, ished second and Dusty Hancock was third. As a team. Anderson 2-2-6, Redus 1-1-4, ishedseventh. Johnson 1-0-3, Roper 1-0-3, Mangold Darrow took a 9-4 decision over a wrestler from 0-2-2. Totals: 14-11-47 Meeker--Gatline 6-7-19, Welbom Hancock took his Norman opponent into overtime before 6-5-18, Baker 6-0-12, Mason 1-0-2, an 8-6 win. Ward lost in his championship match to a Craig 1-0-2 Totals: 20-12-53. wrestler. Three-point goals -- P-T: "Overall, we did a pretty good job but there are some Clinesmith (3), Wollenberg (2), need to improve on but it was a pretty good outing." Johnson (1), Roper (% Redus (1). Meeker: Welbom (1). wrestling coach Jonathan Huseman. "I'm really l Total fouls -- P-T 15, Me.eker 13. finishing first. He's been close lots of times but it's nice to bring home the gold." The freshmen Lady Demons after the first quarter and 21-19 by Stephanie Daffy broke a 28-28 third quarter tie at halftime. The win improves Other scorers were to edge the Perry Lady Maroons P-T to 11-1 for the year. 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