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B2 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, February 16, 2012 Sports i,:i ,; , T homecoming courts 'Jackets win conference, district titles Wrestling homecoming activities were held recently prior to the start of a home match with Tecumseh. The homecom- ing court, from left, are flower girl Emily Davidson, sophomore attendant Lauren Frazier, Jacob Branstetter, senior queen candidate Rachel Dobbs, Corbin Reid, senior queen Robyn Simma, Brett Cheary, senior queen candidate Shelby Elwood, Clark Crotty, junior attendant Oakley Windiate, Blake Avery, and crown bearer Carson Avery. Journal photo by David Sasser Basketball homecoming festivities took place during halftime of the boys' game Saturday night against Okemah. The homecoming court, from left, are junior attendant Siara Breeden, Caleb White, senior queen candidate Terri Krick, Travis Battles, Sam Kinzie, senior queen Shelby Stansberry, senior queen candidate Shannon Sewell, Cody Waitt, senior queen candidate Nina Axtell, Garrett Dollins, sophomore attendant Hanna Runner(and Carlton Belford. Up front are crown bearer Reese Mullins and flower girl Briley Kerns. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick in same week EARLSBORO - The Coyle Bluejackets notched a pair of lopsided wins last weekend enroute to a Class A district tournament win at Earlsboro. Coyle thumps Earlsboro in the championship finals by a 63-38 verdict Saturday night. A first round 74-21 thumping of Dewar was recorded last Friday night. CHS continues its post-season trek with sub- regional tournament action tonight at Tulsa Will Rogers. Coyle will play Cave Springs at 8 o'clock. Main regional action will move to Agra Friday and Saturday. Earlier in the week, the Bluejackets won the inau- gural regular season cham- pionship of the Cimarron 7 Conference with a win over Davenport at home. Against Earlsboro, Coyle broke open an 11-11 first quarter tie to lead 29- 22 at halftime. The Blue- jackets stretched their lead to 47-29 at the end of the third quarter then continued with a 16-9 fourth quarter for the win. Tony Aska led CHS with 22 points and 12 rebounds. Jakobi Brown also recorded a double-double with 13 pounds and 10 rebounds. Also in double figures were Domonique Payne and Fidel Simpson with 12 points each. Against Dewar, Coyle put the game away with a 25-point first quarter out- burst and followed with 20 second quarter points as an encore. After attaining the 45-13 halftime lead, the Bluejack- ets outscored Dewar 29-8 in the second half. DHS was held scoreless in the third quarter. Payne led the way with 29 points with Aska fol- lowing with 18 and 12 rebounds. Brown was the leading rebounder with 16 boards. The Bluejackets locked up the inaugural Cimarron 7 Conference championship last Tuesday night with an 82-44 win over the Daven- port Bulldogs at home. Coyle led 20-13 at the end of the first quarter then extended the margin to 39-25 at halftime. CHS outscored the Bulldogs 43- 19 in the second half. Four Bluejackets fin- ished in double figures led by Payne with 25 points. He also pulled down a team-leading 12 rebounds for a double-double. Aska followed with 23 points and Simpson added 14. Brown chipped in 12 points. See COYLE Page B4 PET SITTING "Let me take care of your pets or small farm while you are away" LISA SASSER (405) 747-7584 THIS SPACE FOR RENT CALL 547-2411 '"qc',v That's A P!zza Coupon!" Present This Coupon For $2.00 OFF ANY LARGE PIZZA One coupon per customer per visit. One pizza per coupon. Not valid with other discounts. ...... :lIE Country Comfort HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING. INC. Quality Sales and Service David Lard, President www.countrycomfort-hvac.com P.O. Box 254 Perkins 547-5046 License #02204 (405) 547-2436 www.paynecountybank.com 246 S. Main 547-2414 Steve & Kelley Myers PERKINS-TRYON SPORTS BOOSTERS Proud to be a supporter of Perkins-Tryon students! ClMARRON VALLEY CO-OP 247 S. Main, Perkins 547-2423 PERKINS TAG AGENCY W. David Sasser, Agent 222 N. Main Streeh Perkins (405) 547-2184 '%  Mon,Fri 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sat 9 a.m. to Noon Shortcakes Diner is proud to be a booster of Perkins-Tryon sports " Gayl.a. G!en 219 N. Main * Stillwater Go! Perkins-Tryon Demons! KEEN ENERGY SERVICES Stillwater 743-2132 PERKINS BUILDERS SUPPLY Highway 33 and Sadler Road. 547-2406