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THE PERI(INS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1997 Published By The Perkins-Tryon High School Journalism Class New members chosen for NHS By Valerie Cartwright Perkins-Tryon High School's new National Honor Society mem- bers are sophomore Georgia Aresco, junior Kristin Brown, senior Kandyce Focht, senior T.J. Hickman, junior Tish Lightfoot, sopho- more Rachel Perkins, junior Jaime Stapleton, senior Heather Tietz, anti junior Karri Wilson. National Honor Society members must maintain a 3.5 grade-point av, rage and spend a minimum of 15 hours in school or community volunteer activities per year. Members pay $5 per year and must attend all meetings and group activities. National Honor Society will conduct a minimum of three service projects per year and nomi- nation for NHS scholarships are done by the faculty council. 7th Grade Boys Dunk Wellston By Carla Kliesen Feb. 10, Wellston lost to the seventh grade boys by 41 points. Their score was 54-13 and the girls lost 27-12. The game was held in Wellston. By the end of the second period of the boys' game the score was 30-5. Cameron Karner scored 12 points and Ken McBride made eight points. Coach Rick Garrison commented, "The kids played really great. It was a team effort. Almost everyone on the team scored and we played great team defense." Kimberlv Thurmar . Felisha Murray and Krista Cash scored three points. "'We played real hard and we are looking forward to the next game," said seventh-grade girls' head coach Tim Hatter. Their record is 1-7. Practice and shot selection pay off By Amy Meridith The eighth-grade boys and girls basketball games in Wellston on Feb. 9 ended with a winning score 0t"50-30 for the boys. This brings their record to 6-2. "It was the best team offense we played all year, especially in the third quarter, where we outscored them 21- 0," comments coach Steven Grotheer. Josh ,Jones and Jeremy Mobley both scored 12 points. The eighth- grade girls lost 37-29, bringing their record to 3-5. Lacey Smith led the scoring with 13 points. Coach Tim Hatter relates, "I was really happy with our shot selec- fall for us." Demons Host District Friday vs. Pawnee School menu this week: MONDAY, Feb. 24 - Breakfast: donut or asst. cereal; bac()n; toast fi)r cereal,.jelly; asst. fruit.juice; variety milk. Lunch: taco salad or chicken nugg('ts; lettuce w/tomato; carrot sticks: chert," crisp; vari- ety milk. TUESDAY, Feb. 25 - Breakfast: sausage egg biscuit or asst. ce- real; asst. fruit .juice; toast for cereal, jelly; variety milk. Lunch: ham slice w/scalloped potatoes or chicken nuggets; green beans; Rossi applesauce; white bread; variety milk. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 26 - Breakfast: blueberry muffins or asst. cereal; sausage links; toast fi)r cereal, jelly; asst fruit juice; variety milk. Lunch: chicken pot pie or chicken nuggets; mixed vegetables; blueberries; variety milk. THURSDAY, Feb. 27 - Breakfast: wafiles w/syrup or asst. ce- real; toast fi)r cereal, peanut butter; asst. fruit juice; variety milk. Lunch: sausage pizza or chicken nuggets; salad; fruit cocktail; fruit pop cycle; variety milk. FRIDAY, Feb. 28 - Breakfast: sausage gravy w/biscuit or asst. cereal; peanut butter, jelly, margarine; asst. fruit juice; variety milk. Lunch: hamburger on a bun or chicken nuggets; potato puffs; dill pickles; sweetened applesauce; variety milk. A-la-carte offered daily at middle and high school. Original Sub- way sandwiches every Thursday for $2.00 each. iii!!i:i.iiii)!/ i)i Lx i:!:i:i:!:i:~:~:i:i:i:i:~:i:~!:i:~:i::'K:i:!:::7:i: :i:i:!:i~:i: The future will certainly be bright for these young stars and you'll agree they are Perkins Park and Recreation has successfully Basketball FUN clinic with 44 young clinic emphasized the fundamentals of goal--FUN! Front row: Andrew Reynolds, thy Price, Paige Burdick, Jessica Moorman, Rush, Chelsea Morean, Jarred Battles, Jacob Wilson. Second row: Casey Magee, Shelby Reynolds, Timothy Cole, Aaron Barta, Cody Wehr, Hunter Wilson, Garrett Cundi Wagner, Dusty Kelly, Christina Wampler, Cline, Tyler Allen, Kirk Kinzie, Kylee Jo Chandra Morace, Logan Hall. Fourth row: Barnes, Larry Barnes, Alec Barta, Austin Shi..m, i kota Turner, Suzette Barta. Fifth row: Tom der, Sissy Cundiff Staci Lowry, Lucinda Shirm, pictured: Lewis Kinzie, Austin Fitzpatrick, Sadler, Krysten Crane, Vanessa Wright, The Perkins Park and Recreation Department their sincere thanks to the following individuals, In their vocational careers program at Meridian Technology Center, Perkins Basketball FUN Clinic such a great suCCeSS' Perkins-Tryon sophomore Justin Murray, front, and Lee Shirley, attd devotion shown to each athlete is greatly Glencoe, build a shed for a Habitat for Hurnanity house in Stillwa- right: Lewis Kinzie, Winfrev Kinzie, Stephanie ter. As a con munity service project, students in the program are Sissy Cundiff Denise Lowry, Staci Lowry, Suzett building the shed so that the residents will have additional storage. Cotton. Not pictured is Lucinda Shirm. THESE FINE AREA BUSINESSES URGE YOU TO SUPPORT ALL PERKINS-TRYON ATHLETIC & ACADEMIC "Now That's A Pizza Coupon!" Present This Coupon For A LARGE PIZZA FOR A MEDIUM CHARGE One Coupon Per Customer il m II i Ii iii iil ")VOW hat's FI Pizza!" Hi 3 Perkins 547-2456 "Home -Owned & Operated Since 1 NTY BAN 202 South Main *547-2436 *Perkins Lobby Flours: M-F 8a. m.-3p.m. Sat. 8a.m.-Noon Drive-In: M-Th 7:30 a,m.-4p,m. Fri 7:30a.m.-6p.m. Sat 7:3)a.m.-Noon Conveniently serving Perkins for over 20 years! Downtown Perkins l-lighway 33 and 177 Your Valu. Rite Drugstore Steve & Kristy Willingharn :;' - Perkins-Tryon Sports Boost 246 S. Main .547-2414 US Auction (formerlly Mihura's) Greg & Kristina Rose, Managers Gas *Feed *Hay *Groceries *And More! Hwy 177 Three Miles North of Perkins -377-7545 Highway 33 and Sadler Road Larry and Pete "'Jim & Shirley Dervin, owners- Harold Clark, manager 219 ~. MAIN PERKINS 547-2555 is proud to be a booster of 219 N. Main Stillwater GoI Perkins-Tryon Demons! Stillwater 743-2132 . 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