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Thursday, March 24, 2016 IbsterCllffiel lim&PDOamlldeb Bandit 2nd grade coach still needed The Bandit Football Association is taking applications for a second grade head football coach for the upcoming season. Those interested are asked to contact BFA president Alan Nieten- hoefer at (405) 747-0621 for more information. Thursday, March 24 • P-THS baseball at McLoud tournament through Saturday. • Agra HS baseball hosts Yale, 4:30 p.m. • Coyle HS baseball at Davenport, 4:30 p.m. • Ripley HS baseball at Dover triangular with Oklahoma Bible Academy, 4p.m. Friday, March 25 • Ripley HS baseball at Shidler, TBA. • Agra JH baseball hosts Yale, 4 p.m. Saturday, March 26 • Coyle HS baseball plays Shidler, 12 noon, Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City. Monday, March 28 • P-THS baseball at Bristow, 4:30 p.m. • P-TJH baseball at Hennessey, 4:30 p.m. • Coyle HS baseball hosts Frontier, 4:30 p.m. • Ripley HS baseball hosts Carney and Oilton, 4p.m. • Agra JH baseball at Oak Grove, 4 p.m. • Ripley JH baseball at MulhalI-Orlando, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 29 • P-THS baseball hosts Chandler, 4:30 p.m. • Agra HS baseball at Oilton, 4:30 p.m. • Coyle HS baseball hosts Glencoe, 4:30 p.m. • Ripley HS baseball hosts Summit Christian, 4:30 p.m. Thursday, March 31 • P-THS baseball with Cleveland, 4 p.m., Brick- town Ballpark in Okla- homa City. Game will be broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM with the pregame show at 3:45 p.m. • Coyle HS baseball at MulhalI-Orlando tourna- ment through Saturday, April 2. • Ripley HS baseball at Amber-Pocasset tourna- ment though Saturday, April 2. • Agra JH baseball hosts Davenport, 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 1 • P-THS baseball at Cushing, 5 p.m. • Agra HS baseball hosts Davenport, 4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 2 • P-THS baseball hosts Tuttle, 12 noon. Monday, April 4 • P-THS baseball at Cleveland, 4:30 p.m. • P-TJH baseball at Enid, 5:30 p.m. • Agra HS baseball hosts Oilton and Coyle, 3:30 p.m. • Ripley HS baseball hosts Davenport and Mor- rison, 4 p.m. Perkins-Tryon's Zeke Dougan gets ready to tag home plate after avoiding a tag during fifth inning action of last Saturday's championship game of the Hector Tovar Invitational Tournament in Perry. Dougan's run was part of the five-run surge that enabled the Demons to gain a 7-4 win over the host Maroons and the championship plaque. P-T begins play in the McLoud Invitational Tournament tonight. Watching the action for P-T is Reed Aldridge (14). Journal photo by Rick Lomenick I By Rick Lomenick in action at the McLoud Journal Sports Editor tournament starting later PERRY - It was a good today with pool play, The spring break for the Per- tournament will continue kins-Tryon Demons follow- through Saturday. The week ing last Saturday's 7-4 win began with a varsity-JV over the host Maroons in the doubleheader at Hennessey championship game of the on Monday. Hector Tovar Invitational P-T 7, Perry 4 Tournament in Perry. The Demons used a five- The Demons will be run fifth inning to take the Brady Davis makes contact wtth a third inning double that scored P-T's first two runs of the game. The Demons rolled to a 7-4 win for the tournament title. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick lead for good. At the time single and double and three P-T was trailing 4-2. The runs batted in. inning began with Dillon Longbrake was the Longbrake, Zeke Dougan, winning pitcher in four and Brady Davis with con- innings of work. He gave secutive singles. Davis' hit up the four runs on seven scored Longbrake. Dougan hits and one walk. He did was plated on a successful log five strikeouts. Brady double steal that moved Dougan tossed the final Davis to second base. three innings and kept the Davis went to third on a Maroons hitless. He struck wild pitch before scoring on out three and walked one. a Reed Aldridge sacrifice P-T 10, Blackwell 0 fly for a 5-4 score. Addison This game included the Freiling reached on a walk second of two solid pitching and Brady Dougan was hit performances during last by a pitch. After Bradyn Friday's pool play. Zeke Littau walked, Chad Black Dougan pitched a five-in- singled to right-center field ning no-hitter for the 10-0 to score Freiling and Brady win. Blackwell never had a Dougan for the 7-4 score, serious scoring threat in the Perry took tile lead in the game as Dougan struck out bottom of the second with seven enroute to the win. tworuns. P-T tied the score The Demons put the in the top of the third When game away in the bottom of Davis doubled to right field the first inning with a sev- to score Longbrake and en-run outburst. Longbrake Zeke Dougan. Longbrake led the way with a two-RBI reached on a two-out error single on his second time at and Dougan singled to left bat. P-T plated an additional field, run in the third and two The Maroons regained more in the fourth frame to the lead at 4-2 in the home shorten the game. half of the fourth frame with Seven Demons each had two more runs. a hit each offensively. Zeke Dougan went 3-4 P-T 7, Chelsea 1 with three singles to lead The Demons' biggest the Demons at the plate, test of the tournament was Davis went 2-4 with a See DEMONS Page B2 ts A three-on-three bas- play in the tournament. A ing communities," stated games. During the alumni ketball tournament is open concession stand will be Weathers, a member of the basketball games; there to the public and will be available. Coyle Alumni Board. "The will also be contests which hosted by the Coyle Alumni For those interested in funds raised will be used for includeafree-throwshoot- Association at 10 a.m. on registering, please contact the Wayne Gross Memorial ing contest, a three-point- Saturday, April 9, in the Julie Flasch Weathers at Scholarship which will be shot contest, a blind-fold Coyle School gymnasium. (405) 202-7915 for an entry given to a Coyle senior to shooting contest, and a The registration fee is form. Entry forms may attend college," she said. half-court shot contest. $15 per person. The first also be picked up at Coyle Also, the evening of The public is encouraged prize for the tournament School and can be returned April 9 hosts the Coyle to attend the alumni basket- is $100. to the Coyle School Foun- Alumni Basketball games, ball games as well as the The teams are guaran- dation, P.O. Box 122, The Coyle alumni women's three-on-three tournament. teed a minimum of three Coyle, OK 73027. basketball games beginThe fee for entry to attend games to 15 points (baskets The tournament is openat 6:30 p.m. followed by as a spectator to the tour- are one point each). The to surrounding communi- the Coyle alumni men'snament is $1 for adults and tournament rules include ties. basketball games. This is children are free. that games must start with "We have offered this also a fundraiser for the The fee for entry to three players on each team. three-on-three basketball Wayne Gross Memorial attend as a spectator of Rules will be sent to the tournament for a number Scholarship. player for the alumni bas- teams entering. Students of years and we welcome A silent auction will take ketball games is $5 per K-12 are not eligible to entries from surround-place during the alumni See COYLE Page B2 Perkins-Tryon's second baseball tournament in as many weeks starts today with the McLoud Invita- tional Tournament. The Demons will be part of Pool B that will include the host Redskins along with Blanchard and Poteau. Pool A consists of Dale, Byng, Edmond Memorial JV, and the Oklahoma City Broncos. P-T will play two pool games later today. The first is scheduled to start at 4:45 p.m. with Poteau. The Demons will follow with a 7:30 game with Blanchard. On Friday evening, the Demons will play McLoud at around 7:15. On Saturday, fourth place pool finishers will play at 12:15p.m. The third place finishers will play at 2:30. Second place finishers will play for third place at 5 p.m. The championship game will start approxi- mately 7:15 p.m. All games will have a two-hour time limit except for the cham- pionship game. P-T is coming off its tournament championship at the Hector Tovar Invita- tional Tournament at Perry last weekend. PBR event starts Friday at PRUC site Final preparations are being made for the Profes- sional Bull Riders Touring Pro Division's stop here this weekend at the Per- kins Roundup Club Rodeo Arena. The event set for Friday and Saturday is sponsored by the Iowa Tribe of Okla- homa. The gates will open at 5 p.m. each day with the competition starting at 8 p.m, Tickets are $15 for adults (ages 12 and older) and $5 for kids ages 8-11. Children age 7 and under will be admitted free. As reported in last week's Journal, the PBR is the world's premier bull riding organization. It began 20 years ago with 23 riders and it has bal- looned from there. It was also reported last week that 20 of the top 50 bull riders in the world are scheduled to be at this event. Organizers are expect- ing large crowds for each night' s performance. Additional seating will be added around the arena and parking logistics are being worked out. There will be beer ven- dors, food trucks and other concessions available at the event. Autograph sessions will also be held with the participating bull riders. Organizers also say that if this event proves success- ful, it will help bring more enterntainment opportuni- ties to Perkins. Money doesn't grow on trees... with our competitive rates on money accounts, savings, and certificates of deposit, we'll help your investments grow. Stop by to see how we can help you reach your financial goals. 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