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Sports THE JOURNAL, Thursday, March 12, 2015- B3 P-T Continued from Page with a 12-7 advantage. Balanced scored from five players led to the solid finish. The Lady Chargers jumped out to a 17-13 first quarter lead. Wensler poured in eight of the 14 second quarter points to create the 27-27 halftime deadlock. Stevenson followed with 13 points. As a team, P-T drained nine three-point buckets In the consolation bracket opener last Friday, P-T overcame late turn- overs with some critical free throw shooting to hold off the Luther Lady Lions 53-50. P-T led 42-37 heading into the fourth quarter. Luther sandwiched an Ste- venson inside bucket with a pair of three-point goals to close to within one at 44-43 with 4:30 left. Luther closed within a point again about a minute later at 47-46. Tierra Vigil put the Lady Demons back up by three with a bucket with 2:57 remaining but Luther rallied between turnovers with a free throw and a basket to tie the score at 49-49 with 33 seconds left. Two P-T turnovers led to the scores. Wensler went a perfect 4-for-from the charity stripe in the final 19 seconds to secure the win. Stevenson led the way for P-T with 17 points while Hall chipped in 12 with four three-point goals. Millwood 46, P-T 36 MHS. 10 14 5 17-46 P-T 8 7 6 15-36 Millwood (23-5)- Prince 17, Nero 11, Jackson 10, Lewis 6, Dean 2. P-T (23-6) - Hobbs 8, Steven- son 8, Hall 7, Craycraft 6, Vigil 5, B1 Ericka Stevenson goes up for two of her eight points scored against a solid Millwood defense in Monday night's 46-36 loss to the Lady Falcons in the area tournament consolation cham7 pionship game at Cushing. Stevenson will lead a large group of returning players for next season's Lady Demons squad. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick Wensler 2. 3-point goals - P-T: Hobbs 2. Craycraft 1 Hall 1, Vigil 1. P-T 56, Heritage Hall 42 HH 17 10 8 7-42 P-T 13 14 17 12-56 Heritage Hall (20-7) - Win- chester 16, Gillette 8, Moore 8. Meacham 7, Phelps 3. F-T (23-5) - Wensler 25, Stevenson 13, Craycraft 8, Vigil 5. Hall 3, Armstrong 2. 3-point goals - HH: Meacham 1 P-T: Wensler 5, Craycraft 1. Hall 1, Stevenson 1, Vigil 1. P-T 53, Luther 50 LHS 15 12 10 13-50 P-T 17 12 13 11-53 Luther (20-81 - Greenhoward • 19, Hull 11, Orange 7, Trenary 7, Wright 4, Allen 2. P-T (22-5) - Stevenson 17, Hall 12, Wensler 9. Hobbs 7, Vigil 5. Craycraft 3. 3-point goals- LHS: Hull 3, Greenhoward 2, Trenary 1. P-T: Hall 4, Stevenson 1. Vigil 1. Wensler 1. Gift cards from Perkins Drug make a perfect gift for anyone on your list! Especially those hard to buy for someones. SILVER Continued from Page force the overtime. In the extra period, Coyle's second of the tour- nament, free throw shooting shined by hitting 7-of-8 attempts. Aska went 4-for-4 in overtime from the line and added the lone bucket to lead the 9-1 surge for the win. Aska led all scorers with 26 points with balanced scoring in the game. Jen- nings followed with 13 and Young chipped in 11. In the opener against Birlington, the Lady Jackets were facing elimination in trailing by 11 points with less than three minutes left in regulation. CHS erased the deficit to send the game into overtime enroute to the 55-51 triumph last Thurs- day night. Burlington created ll-point cushion with a pair of free throws to lead 51-40 with 2:51 left. The rally started with an Aska bucket then took off with back-to-back three-point "• buckets from the baseline by Jennings to close to 51-48 with 1:27 left. Young was fouled hit- ting a layup with 43 sec- onds left. After hitting the free throw to complete the conventional three-point play, the score was knotted at 51-51. Burlington called timeout with just over six seconds left to set a play for the winning shot. It TRACK B1 was foiled when blocked the potential game-wirt- ning shot with two seconds left to send the game into overtime. Coyle dominated in the extra four-minute period with a bucket from Aska and free throws from Young and Jennings to seal the win. Young was the leading scorer with 16 points while Aska and Jennings followed with 15 points each. Lomega 52, Coyle 39 LHS 10 18 8 16-52 CHS 11 11 5 12-39 Lomega (30-2) - Mendell 24, Duffy 10, Lamer 10, Biggs 2, Drake 2, Petty 2, Yost 2. Coyle (25-6) - Young 13, Jennings 10, Maker 6, Ad. Sumlin 5, Aska 4, Smalley 1. BRIEFS 3-point goals - LHS: Mendell 4, Duffy 1. CHS: Jennings 2, Maker 1, Sumlin 1. Coyle 59, Fort Cobb-Broxton 51 (OT) CHS 4 13 15 18 9-59 FCB 7 14 13 16 1-51 Coyle ((25-5) -Aska 26, Jen nings 13, Young 11, Maker 4, Ad Sumlin 3, Coleman 2. FCB (26-7)- Devaughan 14, Wetsilline 11, Sebastian 9, Morgan 8, Turner 7, Firanski 1, Wilson 1. 3-point goals- CHS: Jennings 3, Sumlin 1. FCB: Devaughan 2, Sebastian 2. Coyle 56, Burlington 51 (OT) CHS 12 14 8 17 5-56 BHS 11 11 14 15 0-51 Coyle (24-5) - Young 16, Aska 15, Jennings 15, Ad. Sumlin 7, Maker 3. Burlington (26-5) - Garvie 19, Smith 19, Croft 5, Stewart 4, Vore 4. 3-point goals - CHS: Jen- nings 3, Maker 1, Sumlin 1. Continued from Page B1 • Agra HS baseball at Coyle, 4 p.m., V&JH. • Carney HS baseball host Paden, 4:30 p.m., and Woodland, 8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 2 • P-THS baseball at Cush- ing, 5 p.m., 7&5. • P-TMS baseball at Ripley tournament through Saturday, April 4. • Agra HS baseball hosts MulhalI-Orlando, 4:30 p.m., 7&5 • Agra JH baseball at Ripley tournament through " Saturday, April 4. • Carney HS baseball hosts Coyle, 4 p.m. • Ripley HS baseball at Amber-Pocasset tourna- ment through Saturday, April 4. • Ripley JH baseball hosts Ripley tournament through Saturday, April 4. Friday, April 3 • P-THS baseball hosts Stroud, 4:30 p.m., 7&5. • Agra HS baseball at Carney, 4:30 p.m., 7&5. Saturday, April 4 • P-THS baseball hosts Tuttle, 4 p.m., 7&5. Varsity game broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM with the pregame show at 3:45 p.m. Monday, April 6 • P-THS baseball hosts Wellston, 4:30 p.m., 7&5. • P-TMS baseball at Perry, 5 p.m., 5&5. • Agra HS baseball hosts Coyle, 4 p.m., V&JH. Continued from Page relay," Coach Atkins said. "Brandon will also long jump and Jordan will prob- ably be in the 200-meter dash." Prather won the Class 6A state crown in 2013 with a leap of 23-5 one-half in the long jump. In 2014, he joined Ty Smith, Brown and Cameron Mayberry to set a school record time of 41.77 in the state meet. Prather will be a favorite to win the state long jump title again this season. Smith, a senior, was the BI top producer for the Pio- neers in the Putnam West meet. He won the 100- meter dash, 200-meters and was a member of the wining 4x100 and 4x200 meter relay teams. Bo Frohock took second in the 3,200-meter run and placed third in the 1.600- meter run. In other results, Lauren Gattis placed third in the high jump; Romiki Dorris placed third in the long jump, Isai Gracia placed second in the 110- meter hurdles and the girls' 4x100 relay team finished third. After spring break, Still= water's track teams retum to action in the Claremore Invitational Friday, Marcl 27, starting at 11:30 a.m. SHS hosts the Stillwater Invitational Friday, April 37, beginning at 3:30 p.m. Stillwater, which com- peted in indoor meets al Enid to open the seasoff, will participate in the con- ference meet April 30 at Edmond-Deer Creek. C00NIC - -es - Refines 321 N. n in Perkins can (,ms) 612-00o4 for PERKINS DRUG