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I The Perkins Journal Thursday, February 9, 1984 -- PAGE 5 Perkins--Tryon team has not the homecourt ad-" Very effectively Thier record at i8 4-3 after they Perry last Thee- 80-60. showed at home of year, oppos- should come in Since early the Demons their oppc, by an aver- 23 points a gama also avenged an loss to the Ma- earlier this the Demons had this time got out to a and never slowed Harlan McKosato hit a couple of layups and Todd Higgins worked his way inside for four points, two coming from the free throw line, and Steve McDaniel canned a jum- per as P-T led 10-2 just three minutes into the game The Demons' lead was built to 29-15 after one period as McKosato put in 14 points on his way to a career-high 29 points. The second period was again all Demons. McDaniel pumped in four buckets and McKosato scored six points. Higgins hit three more free throws as he and McKosato managed to convert 12 of 14 in the first half. Rex Branstetter and David Cypert also scored girls KO's Perry Ith grade girls Ma- night, 30-9. start- Lady Demons off right foot as she took which was start for the biggest win Stacy Smith Hall helped in scoring in as they between the guards Cheri John- JOhnson Some awesome Perry to were to 3 points in while to being a the first half of biggest win, 3 took j ump on Per- Hall scor- helped by and Tara' Who scored 2 added up to quarter lead. the guards well on their COurt by not al- any points. "Everyone saw playing time," smiled Coach Antle as the Lady Demons went on to score 6 more points, holding Perry again to only 3 points which ended a good night of ball play- ing by the young Lady Demons who scored 30 points allowing Perry only 9. Cindy Hall led the De- mons in scoring with 14 points followed by Ange- la Moorman who put in 6 points helped out by Cheri Johnson with 4 who was followed closely by Stacy Smith and Tara Herring who dumped in 3 apiece~ The 7th Lady Demons up their record to 10 wins with 1 loss. In winning 10 games the young Demons have scored a total of 202 points in l l games, the leading scorer so far this season is Stacy Smith who has scored 90 of the 202 points, following Smith is Cindy Hall who has totaled up 68 points, while Angela Moorman follows Hall with 18 points, who is closely fol- lowed by Tara Herring with 14 point: while Rachelle Johnson p .t in 8 followed by Cheri Johnson who scored 4 points which adds up to good team ef- fort and dedication. LOu The Demonettes won points. The final quarter ying their third straight bali- the Demonettes and the baskets as went to Higgins followed game whenthey defeated Lady Maroons both top 51-25 at the halfway McKosato as he ended Perry in overtime lastscomd pretty well, but the , mark. with 19 points. McDaniel Tuesday night. It ira-Demonettes managed to came out of the lock- was close behind with 18. Coach Greg German with 180 abe. each. Taylor proved their record to outscore the Maroons and er room a little chilled out. Branstetter scored 6, reports that the off season and Newport* are next 9-11. tie the ballgarne by the They had gotten into Cypert 5, and Scott weight training program with lifts of 165 Ibs. each. The Dernonettes trailed final buzzer, to go into heavy foul trouble in the Briggs finished out the has helped improve the A system of finding the Lady Maroons mostovertime, the score tied first half which forced scoring with 3. strength of every peroen how much strength a less- of the ballgame until the at 39. them into a spread offense "I thought the first half who has taken part in the er weighing lifter has corn- final period when the In overtim the Demon- and into a 1-3-1 zone was about the best half program since the begin- pared to a heavier lifter is Demonettes came back to ettes only allowed the Defensively, the De- we've ever played," said ning of December. to take the combined total catch the Lady Maroons Maroons to score 1 point mona were still shutting Coach Don Bendur "]'he The off season training of weight lifted and divide and take the game into and scored 5 themselves Perry down. But going second half we were a is for underclassmen who by the total weight of the overtime to take their third straight the other way, P-T was little fiat but that was donl participate in any lifter. From that comes The ballgame was not victory, beating the standing around and not kind of expected. We shot winter or spring sport It the phrase, %he strongest fast paced but it was a Maroons 44-40. taking it to the hoop. Still, 80% from the line, andis designed to help an in- pound for pound." slow, close game "It was a real good Perry could cut only one that's real pleasing."die,dual increase his Who's the strongest The Demonettes had team effort. We won point off the Demon lead hosted Drumright strength and his speed pound for pound at PeP7 the lead at the end of the despite shooting 25 after three, 62-37. last night; that finished along with making the None other than sopho- flint quarter after outscor- cent from the field," said Perry cut P-T's lead in the regular season ached- athlete less susceptible to more Billy Nottingham. ing the Lady Maroons Coach Frazier. six points and Higgins,ule Pfr's next season gets injury. His ratio of weight lifted' 14-10, but the secdnd was Scoring for the Demon who was dominant along underway next Friday The three areas that to body weight was 4.29. not quite as successful, ettes Jana Smith with with Cypert on the nlght as they open district were tested to find the Wilson was next with a the Lady Maroons came -23, Michelle McDonald boards, scored five. Every play. lifter's maximum lift, or 3.98, followed by sopho- back to take the lead by with ll, JtfliePayneadded Demon on the bench saw "max," are the bench more Scott Matheson half time to ge to the lock. 6, and Robin Hooser action. Cushing snaps press, squat and incline with a 3.90. er room, the Demonettes chipped in 4. The top lifters in the Other lifters going down by 6, 22-28. Starting at guard were: 7th grade boys 8th grade bow to Jones The eighth grade boys basketball team lost their sixth straight game to the Jones Longhorns 27-41 last Monday. The Demons started off well as Steve Sylvester hit four points and Mike Eisensmith, Bobby Moore, and Jon Wolfe added two apiece to put the Demons up 10-9 at the end of the first quarter. Bobby Moore put in four points and Mike Eisensmith chunked in two in the second quarter, but that wasn enough to retain the lead as the Longhorns had a 16-19 point half time lead. The Longhorns took control of the game in the third quarter as the Demons only scored 7 points as opposed to the Longhorns 13 to give Jonewa 23-32 lead. Jones held the lead in the fourth quarter as the Demons were forced to foul late in the quarter and the Longhorns held on to win the game 27-41. Bobby Moore and Mike Eisensmith scored 6 points each, followed closely by Steve Sylvester with 5. Jess Sweetin and Chris Taylor each scored 2. Demonette winning streak The Perkins eighth grade Demonettes basket- ball team suffered a 29-17 defeat from the Cushing Tigers last Thursday to snap a Demonette four game win streak. The Demonettes start- ed off slow in the first quarter and didn score but allowed the Tigers six points. This proved to be a crucial quarter in the game The Demonettes got on the board in the second quarter as they scored 7 out of 11 free.throws that got them back into the ball game But, at the half the Demonettes were still down by six points 7-13. And, Bayhylle who didn score in the first half found the mark as she hit all of her game high eight points in the third and fourth quarters. But, that wasn enough to pull it out for the Demonettes as the Tigers scored 16 points in the second half to give them the 17-29 win over the Demons,tee. "We hit our free throws but shot poorly from the field and that's what hurt bench press are juniors through the off season Tony Wilson (200 lhs.), program are juniors: Shannon Newport (195 Bodie Turner, James lbs.), and freshman Nick Bigge, David Marshall, Taylor {195 lbs.) and Cody Cundifl: Sopho- The squat, which de- mores: Kenneth Murlin, velops the lower body, is Gary Everett, Tony Ep- also led by Wilson with a person, David Jacobs, lift of 315 lbs. Behind him David WestfalL and Terry are Randy Tarlton (290 Rowe. Freshmen: Chet lbs.) and Taylor {275 lbs.) Cundiff and David Guy Gill and Wilson Craycraft. have the top incline lift Tony Wilson, hard at work? No, he's jmt doing promotional work for the weight chum. us," commented Coach Antle I Behind the free throw shooting of Tonya Gill, who hit 5 of 8 from the line herself, the Demon- ettes hit 11 out of 15 free shots but only scored six points from the field. The Demonette record now stands at 8-6 on the year. The third quarter was not very productive for either team, as neither team get more than 4 Caryn Hughes, Cindy Hazelbaker, and Cindy Freshmen streak snapped by Guthrie The Perkins-Tryon ninth grade boys had their eight-game winning steak snapped last Wednesday evening as the Guthrie Bluejays handed them a narrow 54-56 defeat. The Demons found themselves in a hole early as the Bluejays grabbed an 11-20 first period ad- vantage Cory McDanlel ,cored six in the opening period and Jody Pate pumped in three free throws. The second period showed the Demons start- ing to take it inside On the Bluejays. Wee Hedges scored six points from the lane and McDanlel canned eight as cut the Guthrie lead to six, 29-35, at intermission. Both teams played more cautiously and Per could not get closer than the six point lead the Bluejays started the half with. Late in the game McDaniel, the team's leading scorer, went down with an ankle injury with Per trailing 43-47. But P- T was still on the move, and when Corby Doyle hit a 15-footer from the base- line, Per was down 52-55 with :18 remaining. The Demons intention- ally fouled a Guthrie play- er but he only hit one of two free throws and P-T quickly brought it up and Hod_ges grabbed a Tony Tabor miss and put it in the hole to bring IXT to 54-56 with :00 time on the clock, called a timsout and since the buzzer had not sounded, the Demons had one last chance Guthrie took the ball out of bounds and the in- bounds pass hit the ceil- ing, giving the ball back to P:r. 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