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-- THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, March 8, 2001-7 Perkins native named school menus Bale was recently presented with funds from Football Association Scholarship he was presented Bale had to complete one full semester of post- study to receive the scholarship funds. Making the during a recent BFA board meeting was Mark .Photo submitted here with McLoud, 4:30 p.m., V-V. golf at Chandler, 3:30 p.m. SP softball hosts Glencoe and Perry, 4 p.m. at Kingfisher, 4:30 p.m., V-JV. baseball hosts Cimarron and Pawnee, 4 p.m. and boys golf here with Davenport, 4 p.m. baseball here with Bristow, 4:30 p.m., V-V. ;lowpitch softball at Stroud, 4:30 p.m., 5&5. baseball at Morrison, 4 p.m. slowpitch softball at Shidler, 4:30 p.m., DH. golf at Pawnee Tournament, 9 a.m. here with Blackwell, 4:30 p.m., V-V. slowpitch softball here with Biackwell, 5 p.m., grade baseball at Blackwell, 5 p.m. baseball at Crescent, 4:30 p.m. slowpitch softball hosts Drumright, 4 p.m., at Perry Tournament through Saturday, 17. slowpitch softball hosts Davenport 4 p.m., golf at Pawnee Tournament, 9 a.m. softball at Holdenville, 5 p.m., 7&7 baseball here with Cushing, 4:30 p.m. ey baseball at Yale, 3:30 p.m. slowpitch softball hosts Frontier, 3:30 p.m., to 2 honor rolls Rose State College student and Perkins, native Tiffany Taylor has been named to two honor rolls. Taylor, a dental assisting ma- jor. is listed oil the Fall 2000 Vice President's Honor Roll. Students qualify with a 3.00- 3.99 GAP and no grade lower than a C. She will also be one of 88 stu- dents from Rose State College in the 2001 edition of "Who's Who Among Stddents in America's Junior Colleges." Students are selected for Who's Who" based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extra- curricular activities and poten- tial for continued success. Rose State College is a state- funded higher education institu- tion located in Midwest City. *Baseball the fourth. P-T sent 14 batters to the plate in the opening inning. Dur- ing the home-half of the frame, the Demons had only three hits, all singles from Eric Mills, Michael Bowyer, and Luke Spence. However, Pawnee com- mitted four errors. Also, Josh and Jeremy Mobley and Jase Collum reached on walks while Cameron Karner was hit by a pitch. The Demons added five more runs in the second inning which was highlighted by a three-run homer by Collum. He plated Jeremy Mobley who led off the inning with a double and Bo Smith who followed with an in- field single. Reserves filled the batting .or- der in the bottom of the third. They responded with four hits. Karner and Brian Carroll reached on doubles while Eli Rains and Charlie Hinkle rapped singles. P-T 21, Pawnee 0 PHS 000 0- 0 1 6 P-T 1056 x--21 10 0 Dotson, Haines (3) and Robbins. Jo. MoNey and Kamer. W-Mobley. L- Dotson. Extra base hits -- Collurn (HR), Je. Mobley (2B), Carroll (2B), Kamer (2B). The ('()liege grants associated degrees and provides compre- hensive lower-division pro- grams and related service to the citizens of central Oklahoma. Rose State offers course work in the areas of Humanities, So- cial Sciences, Engineering and Science, Health Sciences, and Business and Intormation Tech- nology and is recognized as a leader in the area of training and continuing education programs for business and industry. P- T student earns UCO scholarship Aleisha Nelson, a senior at Perkins-Tryon High School, is one of 25 Oklahoma high school students who were recently awarded the University of Cen- tral Oklahoma's President's l eadership Scholarship. Following an initial screen- ing and two interviews, Nelson was chosen from among 450 ap- plicants to receive the scholar- ship. "Students were chosen based on their leadership and citizen- ship, and organization and com- munication skills developed throughout high school," said Stacy McNeihmd, director of Prospective Student Service/ Scholarships. "In addition, each student's involvement in clubs, organization and community service programs were evalu- ated." Nelson will receive a full tu- ition scholarship and half off of campus housing costs. The scholarship is renewable up to four years by maintaining a "B" average or better and through active participation in at least three campus clubs or organiza- tions. Recipients are also awarded a seat on the President's Lead- ership Council. "Through the Council, stu- dents are exposed to a wide range of opportunities, promi- nent leaders and professionals throughout the state," McNeiland said. BREAKFAST: Monday, 3-12: Blueberry muffin or cereal, toast, jelly, milk. Tuesday, 3-13: Scrambled eggs or cereal, ham, toast, fruit juice, jelly, milk. Wednesday, 3-14: Donut or cereal, bacon, fruit juice, toast,.jelly, milk. Thursday, 3-15: Sausage gravy or cereal, biscuits, fruit juice, milk, jelly, margarine patty. Friday, 3-16: No school LUNCH: Monday, 3-12: Chicken or fish nuggets, mashed potatoes, peaches, gravy white, bread, tarter sauce, ketchup, margarine patty, milk. 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