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The Perkins Journal Thursday, March 2, 1989 -- PAGE 5 DEMON DISPATCH STAFF Bryan Stauton ............... editor Laurie Heath .............. co-editor ~ Matt Br~wn ........... sports editor Reporters: Todd Brown, Heidi Hyder, Amber Lauener, Victor Clay, Gina Huckabay, Bambi Hundley, Stephen Raines and Angela Moorman. nted, jby coaster ride started climbing back Bryan Stanton up as the Demons beat Wellston ~. pro~ and Luther P-T lost their last ~i~wnt~Perkins-Tryon Demons regular season game to Crescent Up the1988-89basketball after a three-pointer off the hich at times was exciting backboard with two seconds re- ~so heartbreaking. The De- malning. ~s u~.:~J[ended the season with a first ef~diStrict loss to the Chandler The Demons went into districts hopeful, meeting Chandler the first , an,~. round. P-T couldn't find the basket i=s~aDetnons had a great start and suffered a season ending 71-56 53-50 win over the Perry loss. "I ~fons P-T followed the victory P-T ended the season with a 9-14 I, .~I first place trophy in the win/loss record. R.ed~T~rnament, beating Yale, Head coach David Willis com- snow~ and S i~e hulter. P-T lost their mented about the season, I enjo ~][~ of the year to fourth thought we played real well at the _ ~Harral~ after leading the beginning of the year. Then we had any ~][t~til the last three minutes of a bad stretch of games in the mid- . wasm T" , -T his was followed by a dle, but we ended up playing well :~Chandler. The Demons got at the end of the season. Our last a~ve%~.~rack, beating Bristow four games of the year we played _n~j~p., then fell into a six-game with more intensity than at any was v q~. Streak dropping g am~ to ~ Crescent, Dale, Cushing, other time during the year. We lost some games I felt we should have ~ and then Fairfax in the won, but we also won some very I~Wa/NOC Tournament. The close games. We have a good ~ .finished the tournament nucleus of players coming beck. We ler~W~n against Newkirk and a lost most of our scoring, which --- r means our returning players will -~onkaw& P-T journeyed _ ~t0beat Luther and then drop- have to take up the slack next year. E'~ games, one to B ristow, 'm I couldn't have asked for more .. dedicated, hustling group of seniors Kim Cushing. The roller who showed real leadership and kept a positive approach through- out the season. This group wanted to win and hated to lose more than any other group of athletes I've been around. That attitude was responsible for their intensity on the floor and thinking we could always win the game no matter what the score was." The P-T Demons were led in scor- ing by senior Steve Sylvester with a total of 392 points for the season. Senior Bryan Stanton had 209 points and senior Jon Wolfe had 188 points. Senior Chris Taylor followed with 169 and junior Jesse Patterson had 161. Other scoring totals were Andy McPherson, 94; Justin Kenas, 46; Vins0n Bills, 32; Jeff Breeden, 23; Robert Sasser, 20; Jeb Boyd, 8; Shane Niles, 4; and George McKinnis, 2. Jesse Patterson led in rebounds with 175, followed by Bryan Stan- ton with 117; Steve Sylvester, 111; Chris Taylor, 90; Andy McPherson, 76; Jon Wolfe, 52; Justin Kanas, 36; Vinson Bills, 22; Robert Sasser, 13; Jeff Breeden, 8; Shone Nfles, 6; Job Boyd and George McKinnis, 2; and R alnes, 1. a '88-'89 Demons: Front row, left to right, Mark Wiley, Tah Moorman, Jon Wolfe, Steve Sylvester. Chris Taylor, Justin Kenas, Jeff Breeden. Back row, Coach Dave Willis, Traey Neal, Bryan Stan. ton, Robert Sasser, Jesse Patterson, Andy McPherson, Shane Niles and Coach Kurt NeaL e 9 by Matt Brown Is. kt teach, bi~ Ms.| uis1 rhi att Brown ~m.'IN--~.~"T Demonettes have come d record of 13-10. The v were undefeated on aam Court. lish. eated Perry twice and Ste~,, three times. They also tea~ Harrah, Bristow, ore ~, Chandler, Cushing, Newkirk and Luther. ~Onettes lost ~ Cushing onc Glencoe once, ." . Wellston o ce, Dale etit B tow o.ee Once. io,dng h ..' emonettes were led in - ~]~nior Tara Higgins with Tech ~.d54~ POints -for the season. "~,:~.~di Hyder had 201 points ay ut*~[10~ 8 _ _..dl~, tacy Perry had 194 her a Moorman followed ..... ~-= I[~ Points and sophomore zyson !~ had 73 points. '88-'89 Demonettes: Front row, left to right, Branch Thompson, Penny not j~.Yan led the defense in re- Hughes, Linda Ryan, Misty Wolfe. Middle row, Becky Johnson, Tara ~ines~]~h 110. Shawna Brown Lewis, Stacy Perry, Shawna Brown, Becky Walker, Tara Herring. Back tual"~t~~1 Tara Lewis had 52. row: Coach Skip Frmder, Neva Reeae, Tara Higgins, HeicH Hyder, Holly "~.......~'~! Harris, Becky Burton, Wendy Clodfelter. by o Tuesday night the P-T faculty defeated the Channel 4 Foul Shots 54-49. The faculty played an ex- citing fourth quarter, coming from behind to win the game. same quarter the crowd was awed at the amazing defensive play of the Joe '~Spud" Hrencher and Sid Davis. The score at halftime was 31-29 in favor of Channel 4. During the fourth period, the P-~ T faculty sparked outscoring Chan- nel 4 18-4. The teachers hit 10 (rat of I0 free throws to post the come- The game was sponsored by the from-behind victory, 54-49. p ~r~ ~ m-~ ~l,~h During halftime and at other -T Ao__-Beo~t ........ . _ T~ the. f~t. ~,d,~ th~ ~o~ho~o times outing the game, the crowa P-T was led in scoring by Joe" ........... : r ............... was entertained by the faculty Boley with 13 points, David Wi~ii~ scored 17 points, to the Foul Shots cneeneaoers. .......... Tne cnesneaoers were had I0, Kurt Neal had 9, and La~~ 11. Joe Boley hit 3 three-point shots .......... ~"le Ku-~ "A ........ d ane~ r~arner, Margaret tlrencner, Alexander had 8. Mike Kelly had 6 Will It, Dl~eal scorch 4 .._ ~. . . . . ........... ~naron 'rnurman, ~ane~ Langaon, points, Scott Balke had 4 points prunes m teao ~ne lacmcy. _ ~ ........ Lu ~atavan, Jan Tnomas, r~nscy and Ken McBride and Yvonne Kin- ia the second period the Fo~l Willingham and Jacque Marlow. cannon had 2 points apiece. Shots got hot outscoring P-T, 20-12. Dr. Larry Alexander P-T was cold in the third quarter Bob Barry Jr. had 6 points for tim scored 2 thres-pointers and Mike scoring only 7 points while the Foul Foul Shots and Ron Woods had 12. Kelley had 4 points. During the Shots scored 14. ~). ;,/ 1 Demon ',mond lls Chosen / ,L / by Angela Moorman The Demon Diamond Dolls for the 1989 baseball season were named this week by head coach Joe Bole),. The Demon Diamond Dolls are the girls who are responsible for doing many important things for the team during the games. Returning this year as Demon Diamond Dolls are seniors Tara Herring and Tara Lewis and junior Tara Higgins. These three will be training the five new girls. They are sophomores Penny Hughes, Becky Johnson, Rachel Sharp, Brandi Thompson, and Misty Wolfe. Coach Boley feels that the girls are a valuable part of the team. - | Todd J. Brown ~..se Patterson's summer others on the tour will participate ,~]~-wttlj definitely be one to at two track meets and get to run "~I'~ ttne 26 through July 12 against athletes their own age who :rt~oi~fully be taking part are from other cultures. . I?" ~ational Sports Tour to The trip will cost a total of $2000, .,vent~Vie~ Jesse's outstanding and Jesse is trying to raise the ool f~ trek and field sports mcmey. The Perkins-Tryon Athletic d ~ the opportunity to go on B ooster Club has opened an ac- ] ~ count in Jesse's name at the Payne They are responsible for keeping !~ eived word about the County Bank Individuals wishing score, collecting bats and helmets, : =~ft~ewi~**ning third place last to contribute can do so at the bank, keeping pitching stats, and making ~ll~tate competitiom He or they can give their donation to sure the dugout is clenm At home ........ ~Y be one of around 25 any Booster Club member, games, they also run the scoreboard ; ~l~rrorn around the country Jesse says the trip will be a good and chase foul halls and homerun i Dx~e tour. way to better his reputation for col- balls. All of these duties help to The Demon Diamond Dolls for the 1989 baseball season are, front row: ~e~_Y trip will include tours lege and looks forward to running keep the games running smoothly. Rachel Sharp, Tara Higgins, Tara Herring, and Tara Lewis. Back row, ~k?.~ee in Denmark, Sweden, with kids from other countries ..... q> Branch Thompson, Becky Johnson, Penny Hughes, and Misty Wolfe. .... ,Jesse ratce~son , ~ta Jesse and the ~" P 4) CORNER CORRAL J.D. & EVELYN ANDERSON JUDY'S CORNER CIMARRON VALLEY COOP /-ou McAnally and John ~ Marlene Baker Water Well Pump : . Flower -Gtt .Tuxedo Rental Don Kienholz, Manager 124 N. Main (918) 37@2436' : 147 S. Main 547-2763 547-2700 247 S. INCH by INCH FUNERAL HOME passive Exercise and T " Salon VASSAR COMPANY PAYNE COUNTY BANK , ~,. I ,,, ~. s,-~ .,~o I Jack Vassar , L Member F.D.I. C. Perkins 372-5550, Stiliwater I "'"--.w.,.-.., p m, .7-24. 207N.'-~,l,,-,~ ,0, s.,,.jl eve i ch o]s ..... ..... (Ph::e gNo 547 }69 115 W Thomas 547-2184 ' is " PATSY'S FLOWERS BAKER'S DRY GOODS DEMONS ARE #1 & CERAMICS John Baker 518 N. Main Patsy Lilt 547-2420 547-2461 102 S. Main 121 STEER INN FAMILY RESTA x RANTS W. Thomas 547-537