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!!: 8-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, February 6, 2003 . Perr !  ii M} Eilrich led the way with 19 po . . followed by Shepherd with 14 and 'r! 'O Demons slip past Holdenvllle. by Rick Lomenick Journal Sports Editor Critical free throw shooting late in the game enabled the Perkins-Tryon Demons to gain a 44-39 win over the Holdenville Wolverines in homecoming action here Friday night Earlier in the week, P-T rallied past Perry, 60-58 The free throws came compliment of consecutive technical fouls on Holdenville's Wes Sanford with 2.6 seconds left. At the time, P-T held a 41-39 lead. Adam Shepherd hit 3-of-4 charity shots to give the Demons the eventual 44-39 decision. Sanford was ejected for the technicals. P-T regained the lead with an 11-0 run to close out the third quarter and open the fourth for a 34-31 lead. P-T had trailed 31- 24 with 3 minutes left in the third. The Demons opened with a 5-0 lead before a visitors' rally put them behind early in the game. Holdenville rallied for a 39-38 advantage before Travis Eilrich gave P-T the lead for good 40-39, with 51 seconds left in the game. Eilrich also chipped in a charity shot prior to Shepherd's attempts. Eilrich finished with 12 points, 10 of which in the fourth quarter, to lead the Demons. PERRY -- Eilrich nailed a shot as time ran out to give the Demons a 60-58 win over Perry on Jan. 28. P-T had trailed nearly the entire game belore tying the score at 58-58 with less than a minute to go. Perry held a 38-26 advantage at the intermission but was outscored 34-20 in the second half. Aresco with 13. :!i but P-T 44, Holdenville 39 IIQJh I I .Hs 812 13 8-39 mV P-T 5 8 15 16--44 J J HHS -- B. Sanford 16, Van Eaton 9, W. Sa Golden 8, Streater 4, Rodriguez 2. W0ds. P-T -- Eilrich 12, Aresco 8, Fields 7, CalaV, Shepherd 6, Birgans 3, Taylor 2. i and sor 3-point goals -- HHS: Van Eaton 3. P-T: Bi assistu 1, Calavan 1, Shepherd 1. Golden P-T 60, Perry 58 Pr/acy P-T 12 14 17 17--60 ' sociala PHS 15 23 11 9-58 i P-T -- Eilrich 19, Shepherd 14, Aresco 13, T 5, Birgans 3, Bolden 3, Calavan 3. PHS -- Smith 17, Streller 14, Brian Malcorn! Atkinson 12, Cleland 2. 3-point goals -- P-T: Shepherd 3, Birga irl,, Bolden 1, Catavan 1. 'LIILI : Justin Taylor (21) and Jacob Calavan (30) battle for a rebound during first half action of Friday night's Ilomecoming game against Holdenville. The Demons r, allied for a 44-39 win. Journal photos by Keith Sheets P-T Demons head coach Jason Reece confers with his team during a timeout late in the game. The Demons defeated the Holdenville Wolverines, 44-39, during the homecoming game Friday night. I Perkins Livestock Sales, Inc. 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Main 405-547-2411 www.theperkinsjournal.com Lady Demons roll past Perry, Holdenville by Rick Lomenick Journal Sports Editor Another easy win was notched by the Perkins-Tryon Lady Demons in their 85-25 hammering of the Holdenville Lady Wolverines as part of homecoming festivities Friday night. P-T gained a 58-47 advantage over the Perry Lady Maroons earlier in the week. The Lady Demons opened with a 21-2 first quarter advan- tage and never looked back. P-T tallied 22 second quarter points to hold a 43-11 halftime advantage. The game also enabled the junior varsity players to get a lot of varsity-level experience, especially in the second half. Kristy Kinsey led the long list of P-T scorers with 18 points. All Aresco came off the bench to chip in 11. PERRY -- The Lady Demons used a 16-6 first quar- ter to eventually gain the 58-47 win over the Lady Maroons on Jan. 28. P-T held a 29-20 halftime HS, MS wrestlers Lady Demons guard Rachel Allen makes a move to the basket during Friday lop-sided win over the Holdenville Lady Wolverines as part of homecoming Moving in to assist on the play is All Aresco. P-T won the game, 85-25. JV boys sweep Holdenville, Perry contents sweep dual meets gained a pair of one-point The middle school and high gained a technical fall win with ,,t w,u se,:te  ''0"1 5tdenvillg asuccessful week withic, luded major decision. Gaining wins 36, Friday t and sne The junior varsity Dena lead and outscored the home team 29-27 in the second half. Hillary Clinesmith led the way with 16 points, followed by Kinsey with 15. P-T 85, Holdenville 25 HHS 2 9 7 7 -- 25 P-T 21 22 23 19--85 HHS -- Foster 8, Reavis 6, Treadwell 3, Olivo 2, Pattison 2, Stewart 2, Gordon 1, Schwienle 1. P-T -- Kinsey 18, Aresco 11, Ledford 9, Wollenberg 9, Sadler 8, S. Roper 8, Bell 6, Clinesmith 4, Stollings 4, Oyler 3, A. Roper 3. 3-point goals -- HHS: Foster 2. P-T: Wollenberg 3, Bell 2, A. Roper 1, S. Roper 1. P-T 58, Perry 47 P-T 16 13 12 17--58 PHS 6 14 9 18--47 P-T -- Clinesmith 16, Kinsey 15, Ledford 9, Wollenberg 9, S. Roper 7, Nichols 2. PHS -- Williamson 21, Swan 10, Moses 6, Knott 4, Parrish 4, Krotl 2. 3-point goals -- P-T: Clinesmith 3, Wollenberg 2. two home dual wins. The high school Demons thumped Bethel, 63-15, during Thursday night's homecoming/ senior night dual and defeated Tecumseh, 45-21, on Jan. 28. The middle school Demons gained an exciting 42-36 win over Bethel then hammered Tecumseh 54-21. The middle schoolers also did quite well in the Will Rogers Conference junior high tournament over the weekend in Claremore. Against Bethel, many of the varsity wrestlers competed a weight class up but the winning results were the same. Keny Hornberger at 119 pounds, Kyle Hornberger at 125, Aarron Pool at 142, Dusty Hancock at ! 60, Matt McKnight at 171, and Marc Neufeld at heavyweight all won by pins. Jeff Ward at 215 pounds by forfeit were Dennis Ventris at 130 pounds, Matt Lore at 145, and Jeff Page at 152. Zach Webb at 135 and Travis Imotichey at 112 lost by pins and Ryan Fielding was handed a decision loss. No individual results from the Tecumseh match were available. The middle school Demons finished a solid fifth in the con- ference tournament. P-T was led by heavyweight Kieondrae Fox who took first place honors in addition to the outstanding wrestler award. Fielding finished second at 94 pounds, Troy Williams was third at 86 pounds, and Hunter Wilson was sixth at 78 pounds. Andrew Pool at 134 and Jason Dabbs at 152 each went 1-2. Going 0-2 were Jeremy McCasland t 102, Josh Wynn at 118, Tony Wright at 126, Ty Burns at 142, Justin Lowery at 165, and Cody Fields at 185. No individual scores were available from the dual wins. 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JV girls split Holdenville, Perry games The Lady Demons ' split a pair of games last P-T thumped HoldenVi 50-18, Friday night after ping a 37-25 decision at on Jan. 28. A 14-0 second quarter game P-T had held a slim 8-7 quarter lead. All Aresco led the way 13 points, followed by Oyler with 10. P-T only scored in digits in each quarter at The home team held a halftime lead. Aresco led with 6 P-T 50, Holdenville 18 HHS 7 0 7 4 -- 18 P-T 8 14 10 18--50 Aresco 13, Oyler 10, Ledford 6, Stollings 4, Clay 3, 3, Bell 2, Dwinell 1. Perry 37, P-T 25 P-T 8 7 5 5 -- 25 PHS 4 14 10 8--37 Aresco 6, Bell 5, Ledford 4, 3, Hauf 2, Oyler 2, Stollings 2, i nell 1.