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Sports THE JOURNAL, Thursday, February 7, 2013- B3 Michael Davis, Still- water High's veteran head boys' basketball coach, is passionate about tradition and passionate about Pio- neer Pride. Each season he talks to his team about Pioneer Pride and about the tradi- tion that has been a trade- mark of SHS athletics for years. It's hard to explain to current day student- athletes. At least it was until last Friday night when SHS capitalized on a long-range 'three pointer by junior Carson Teel with seven seconds left to nip Class 5A's top-ranked Oklahoma City McGuinness, 48-47, in front of a large, vocal Pio- neer Gymnasium crowd. The large crowd and stu- dent body, combined with SHS hosting basketball homecoming, resulted in a festive atmosphere when the final horn sounded. Students and players cel- ebrated and several posed for a group picture on the floor. It was a scene remi- niscent of the glory days of Pioneer basketball. It was a time when the old City Auditorium on the SHS campus was packed with fans, especially the student body, and would be rocking. It was a time when the product on the court was as good as any in the state and the players feasted off the supportive atmosphere. "That was the best crowd moved to do something we've had since we've been like that," he said. "I told in the new gym," Coach our team if we keep win- Davis said. "I told our ning the people will follow team after the game that us. To have a packed gym was the best example of supporting us when we Pioneer Pride I've seen in played the No. 1 team in a long time. Hopefully this Class 5A on homecoming win will help us with the was something special." playoff seedings." It was a special ending Coach Davis was so emotional afterward that he went to the scorer's table, took the microphone and thanked the crowd for sparking the team to the impressive victory. "You know I had to be for Teel, who was dogged throughout by a pesky McGuinness guard and didn't score until the end. With SHS trailing by two, Teel confidently launched a game-winning three- point shot. Tee1 and his teammates erupted in celebration, as did the crowd. "We set up a play to have him come off a pick. That was a long three, but we've seen him shoot from deeper than that," Coach Davis noted. "It was a confident shot by a team captain. That's the way this team has played this season. I'm the tallest guy on the team and I can't play so you know they have to have Pioneer Pride." Prior to the game, Coach Davis asked the student body to wear blazers in memory of the late Oklahoma State head women's basketball coach Kurt Budke. "Our student body was unbelieveable," Coach Davis said. "They all wore the blazers even the band came in wearing blazers. I couldn't believe it. The baseball players have been really supportive all season. That's the way it's supposed to be. When they play we'll be there to sup- port them." When the final horn sounded, Teel ran to share high fives with the students. So did junior Brett Budke, coach Budke's talented son. SHS has challenges ahead prior to the playoffs. But, they will face those challenges armed with motivation from a Pioneer Pride experience. 7th STROUD- The seventh grade Lady Demons won their bracket of the Stroud 7th & 8th grade tournament following a 27-25 triumph over Prague 'Saturday. P-T trailed 15-13 at half- time but took a narrow one point lead at the end of the third quarter following an 8-5 scoring advantage. The Lady Demons outscored Prague 6-5 for the win. Madison Craig was the leading scorer with 8 points. In semifinals action last Thursday, P-T overcame a slight third quarter deficit for the 19-14 win over Wellston. The Lady Demons held a 9-3 first half lead. Wellston rallied in the third quarter with a 9-2 advantage for a brief 12-11 lead. P-T then went on an 8-2 fourth quar- ter run for the win. Makayla Jones led in scoring with 5 points. P-T. opened the tourna- ment with a 24-17 win over Chandler last Monday. An 8-5 first half lead was built before the Lady Demons cushioned the advantage with a 16-12 second half. Jones was the leading scorer with 9 points. P-T 27, Prague 25 P-T 8 5 8 6-27 PJH 5 10 5 5-25 Madison Craig 8, Baylee Wells 6, Raygan Holder 5, Makayla Jones 4, Kagan Dunivan 2, Bailey Wamsley 2. P-T 19, Wellston 14 P-T 4 5 2 8-19 WJH 2 1 9 2-14 Makayla Jones 5, Madison Craig 4, Brooke Field 4, Bailey Wamsley 3, Baylee Wells 2, Raygan Holder 1. P-T 24, Chandler 17 CJH 0 5 3 9-17 P-T 6 2 6 10-24 Makayla Jones 9, Raygan Holder 5, Madison Craig 4, Brooke Field 3, Bailey Wamsley 2, Kagen Dunivan 1. 8th girls fall to Chandler STROUD - The eighth grade Lady Demons dropped a 36-9 decision to Chandler in the first round of the Stroud 7 and 8th grade Tournament last Monday. Both teams battled to a 3-3 first quarter deadlock before the Lady Lions took advantage of P-T scoring woes. Chandler outscored P-T 21-0 in the second and third quarters enroute to the win. Bri Hobbs led the Lady Demons in scoring with 8 points. Chandler 36, P-T 9 P-T3 0 0 6- 9 CJH3 11 10 12-36 Bri Hobbs 8, Kallie Jones 1 STROUD - The seventh grade Demons coasted to a third place finish in last weekend's final game of the Stroud 7th and 8th grade tournament with a 42-13 win over the host Tigers. piT set the tone early with a 9-2 first quarter lead that ballooned to 19-6 at halftime. The Demons would outscore Stroud 23- 7 in the second half for the lopsided win. P-T never trailed in the contest. Armando Rivas was P- T's leading scorer with 14 points in playing a standout game. Connor Gray also went a perfect 8-for-8 from the free throw line. The Demons were knocked to the losers' bracket following a 35-32 loss to Prague last Thurs- day. Prague overcame a 6-4 first quarter deficit with a 9-4 second quarter run that created a 13-10 lead for the Red Devils. Both teams notched 22 second half points. Brandon Martin led P-T in scoring with 11 points. The tournament began with a solid second half effort in a 38-29 win over Chandler last Monday. The Lions led 19-9 at the halftime before the P-T rally. In the third quarter, the Demons outscored Chandler 16-4 for a 25- 23 lead. P-T increased the cushion with a 13-6 fourth quarter advantage. Chad Black led the scor: ing effort with 14 points. P-T 42, Stroud 13 SJH 2 4 4 3- 13 P-T 9 10 11 12-42 Armando Rivas 14, Connor Gray 8, Brandon Martin 8, Chad Black 6, Ethan Hobbs 4, Daylan Smith 2. Prague 35, P-T 32 PJH 4 9 10 12-35 P-T 6 4 14 8-32 Brandon Martin 11, Chad Black 9, Ethan Hobbs 8, Conner Gray 4. 3-point goals - Prague: 1. P-T: Black 1, Martin 1. 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