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March 10, 1977

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The Journal, Thursday, march 10, 1977.5 Demonettes denied trip to State The Demonettes hopes for being the first P-T basketball team to go to state were destroyed Thursday after- noon after a defeat by the Sequoyah Eagles in a close game of 30-28. Perkins-Tryon came on strong by putting the first points on the board and going on to lead the first period 8-7. After slipping behind in the second period by 4 points the Demonettes shortened this lead to come within one point before going in at the half with a score of 14.13. Coming out in the third period the Demonettes, went behind 24-19 but this didn't stop the fearless team and once again they shor- tened the lead to end the third period 26-24. The fourth period proved to be the toughest for both reams.The Demonettes tied the score 28-28, later in the fourth period. With less than one minute left to go, the Demonettes slipped and the Eagles sunk their claws into the ball and put it in for two just as the buzzer went off. The Demonettes took this loss, from a tean they have never played before, after winning two games in district and four in regionals. Coach Madison stated, "We should have won. I feel we actually have the better ball team and that we could probably beat them if we were to play again.". This closes the Demo- nettes season with a record of 19 wins 9 losses. by Keith Disney ynda Parrack goes up in attempt to block am Eagles shot while Dawn Bradley waits for the ball to come down. Attend Honors Banquet Oklahoma State Uni- Alumni Club of Payne hosted 103 top from Payne County schools at an Honors Monday night in the Student Union in Bob Terry, President :the Payne County Club, as master of cere- for the evening. guests included Moody, Ray Sharp, Mud Rogers from the Alumni Association in StiUwater. program included by Miss Okla- Lucia Miller, and Jan students at Okla- State and the showing State University", A "And), Over, "says Shawn Clark as she pumps one in the side line. Track is Back It's that time of the year, and the girls' track team is at work getting in shape for the spring season. First year coach Earl Madison notes, "Most everybody who was in track last year came back to give it a try for this year. Outstanding people from last year are Ida Cretsinger, Kelley Smalley, Billie Lin- coin, and Jennifer Dodrill. Ida placed fifth in the mile run at the state meet last spring. "I think we have a good chance if weget in shape and work hard at it," grinned Coach Madison. Following is a tentative schedule for the year: March 19, tillwater; march 24, O.B.U.; April 7, Ponca City; April 16, O.S.U.; April 22, Regional. The spirited Demonettes dance off the court and prepare to start the game abtst the EaRleL multi-media presentation ab- out life at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Richard Poole, Acting President of Oklahoma State University presented Greetings from OSU. Each of the students was presented a certificate of Academic Achievement from the Payne County Club. Those students honored as being in the top 15 percent of their junior classes included: Perkins-Tryon High School Greg Baker, Pecos Briden- stine, Shawn Clark, Shell Close, Merilyn Cundiff, Jennifer DodriU, Glen Gri- der, Dena Kirby, Linda Parrack, Ginger Sadler, Shelia Vassar, Dana West- fall. The whistle blows and the game is underway with the Demonettes taking the tip off and later moving in for the first score. First Elementary Intermural Basketball Tournament is now underway Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth grades in Perkins are competing first time in elementary inter mural bas- ketball tournament in several years. Coaches and referees will be Perkins High School Basketball Players. Team Members-coaches and brackets follow; BOYS: "The Sixers" Danny Mayfield, Kevin McNew, Mark Downey, Victor Wall, Timmy Ventris, Craig Brad- ley, Tim Varvil. "The Warriors" Alan Hawzby, Cody Cundiff, Scott pendleton, Rodney Mathe- son, Travis Fowler, Dale Jarvis, Donnie Clary. "1977 All Stars" Shannon Newport, Mike Armstrong, Scott Irwin, Kenny Sylve- ster, Steve McDaniel, Jeff Nichols. "1977 All Stars" Rick Hamilton, Shannon New- Port, Mike Armstrong, Scott Irwin, Kenny Sylvester, Steve McDaniel, Jeff Nic- hols. "Super Stars" Ron Tuley, Randy Tarlton, Tim Bay- bylle, James Biggs, Harlan McKosato, Justin Payne, Jim Bo Myers, Happy Smith. "The BuUetts" Jim Par- rack, Randy Chapman, Br- yan, Kucko, Kent James, Bobby Grimes, Dennis St- rickland, Andy Reynolds, steve Woods. "Falcons" Pat Smalley, Frankie Blumer, Jason Box, John Luster, Joe Gilbreth, Bily Graves, Randy Mort. "Supermen" Frank Pool, Ricky Mahan, Rex Bran- stetter, Bodie Turner, Kevin Richardson, Kevin Taylor, Byan Wilson, Joey Barta. "Hot Shots" Dwayne Dearer, Marvin Lanier, Danny Ventris, Dwayne Huff Van Hawxby, David Cole, Steve Shinault, John Riley Randy Fowble. "Swinging Cyclones" Glenn Kinney, Donnie Gay, SUPPORT YOUR TEAM..IVE DO'.SEE YOU AT THE GAME Mark Bunch. Mike Grass, Daryn Casey, John Hoover, Jimmy Carroll. "Harlam Wizards" Mike Spillars, Todd Higgins, Joe Hoover, David Pitts, Curtis Cunningham, Crhis Bever- age. GIRLS "Ginger Smiths" Leslie Owsley, Cindy Field, Kim Dean, Julie Van Stavern, Sherri FoSter, Sherri Heing. man, Carla Higgins, Lori McLemore, Elizabeth Ross, Jeree youngker. "Demon Juniors" Judy Bryam, Gall Gordon, Pare Defreeze, Amanda Ventris, Darlene Fielder, Pat Garrett, Sherry Warden, Roberta Goforth, Karrie Shenault, Dee Dee Wilson. "Sizzlers" Connie Kirby, Donna Dry, Lori Lowe, Amy Jones, Teresa Vassar, Cindy Rose, Kelli Sue Hastings, Monica Taylor, Stephanie Brinlee, Jana Smith. "Trotters" Tammy John- son, Caryn Hughes, Tracey Field, Dawn Bradley, Linda Wesffall, Sherry Craycraft, Becky McKnight, Alexia Wilson. 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