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IS orts to good start • mondmen jump all over Blackwell Lomenick nal Sports Editor Perkins-Tryon Demons rnped on "the Blackwell early and coasted an 8-1 win here Monday P-T tallied three runs in e first inning and four in SeCond to jump out to a rnfortable lead early. The mOns Used the pitching of e an Karner to keep Black- m check. ! arner went five innings 'Ute to his third win of the . a, latt Atkins finished with o Perfect innings. P-T Used singles by Jeremy Nila le ,er.and Travis Eilrich and a na Ot.ihre teby Jimy Pike to score the U urstinning runs m inii  e s " portage r econd frame scores . manufactured with six j all singles, coming from k: ,- ly Graham, Karner Brian II, Hetner, Pikel an'd Alex get in some baseball action. P-T gained wins over Jones and Meeker but lost to Jones here. On Saturday, P-T split a three-way outing here Satur- day, earning a lop-sided 15-1 run-rule win over Meeker but handed a 6-5 setback by the Longhorns. The Demons trav- eled to Jones on Friday and defeated the Longhorns, 6-2. The Demons rattled the bats for 14 hits enroute to scoring the 15 runs over the Bulldogs. P-T jumped on Meeker early with live runs in the bottom of the first in addition to adding runs in the other innings. Meeker's lone run came in the top of the fourth. Hefner and Pike led the Demons' hitting attack with three hits each. Pike pounded his second home run of the season in the fourth and Hefner added a double. Carroll added a ii[h his t • . g. double and a triple with Graham ke closed out the scorin, and Karner rapping two singles [ hlrd home run ot each. Chase Johnson and Abe I year Over the center field Cobb also had a hit each. ail clackwell s run came ,n the Pike pitched a three-hit com- Ig  ' , ' plete game to earn his third win nl ( p of the fourth, of the year. s ;ike Went 4 for 4 to lead the Against Jones, the Demons ,e 0 ' hitting attack L were handcuffed at the plate (ct Last Week's rains ended in early which allowed the visiting nl ,e to allow the Demons to Longhorns to eventually break €’hi  aaile el" se sh.e a 1-1 tie. Jones used a four-run fifth inning then added what proved to be the winning run in the bottom of the seventh. P-T attempted a pair of late comebacks but fell a run short on each occasion. Pike collected two of P-T's six hits. Graham was tagged with the loss in relief of Hefner His record evens to 1-1. Aarron Pool relieved Graham with two outs in the fifth and finished the game. At Jones, the Demons used three runs in the fifth and two in the sixth to gain the win. The score was tied 1-1 up to that point. Jones added another run in the bottom of the sixth. Karner pitched the complete game to run his record to 2-0. He also recorded 10 strikeouts. Carroll and Graham had two hits each. Carroll's were a double and his second home run of the year. P-T 15, Meeker 1 MHS 000 10- 1 3 3 P-T 534 3x-15 14 0 Dodd, Tennell (2), Buck (4) and Welborn. Pike and Carroll. W - Pike (3-0). L - Dodd. HR - P-T: Pike (2) P-T 6, Jones 2 P-T 010 032 0-6 6 2 JHS 100 001 0-2 5 0 Karner and Carroll. Gregory and Davis. W - Karner (2-0). L - Gregory. HR - P-T: Carroll (2). Jones: Winters. P-T 8, Blackwell 1 BHS 000 100 0-1 4 2 P-T 340 100 x-8 12 0 Sixkiller, Gates (3), McMahon (5) and McMahon, Ward (5). Karner, Atkins (6) and Carroll W - Karner (3- 0). L - Sixkiller. HR - P-T: Pike (3) Jones 6, P-T 5 JHS 010 040 1-6 8 5 P-T 100 021 1-5 6 2 Aebischer, Hodges (6) and Gregory. Hefner, Graham (2), Pool (5) and Carroll. W - Aebischer. L - Graham (1-1). Vote April 1 For ark Anderson Perkins City Commission Representing Ward 1 • Family Man • Graduate of Perkins Schools • Youth Coach ,i Perkins Volunteer Fiefighter since 1994 I wlll always I=sten. I am not controlled by any person or • group of.people, l am Interested in the !uture of Perk=ns." If you would like to help with the campaign or you would like a yard sign, call 547-2850 Political Advertising paid for by Friends of Mark Anderson Box 69, Perkins, OK 74059 THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, March 27, 2003-5 Golf teetms begin season at Pawnee The Perkins-Tryon golf season is underway with tourna- ments already played at Pawnee recently. The Demons competed in an 18-hole event on March 11. P- T finished seventh in a 14-team field, according to first-year head coach Ottawa Cochran. Stillwater won the tournament with host Pawnee finishing second. Brandon Sharp led the Demons with an 89, tollowed by Damon Taylor two shots behind with a 91. Sean Duff5 fired a 102, Trent Dobbs a 107, and Steven Reed a 110. On the girl's side, two Lady Demons competed as individu- als in an 18-hole tournament on March 14. Two-time state qualifier Stephanie Duffy finished in second place with an 82. Cassie Gill shot a 110 for P-T. CTWGA ]resting first playday on April 3 The Cimarron Trails Wom- Thursday, April 3. en's Golf Association will hold Tee times will begin at their first playday of 2003 on a.m. Pairings will be made at the golf course. Any women wishing to play are welcome regardless of thei| level of play. The sixth annual invitational tournament will be Monday April 28. For more information call Earlene Lore at 547-2639, Jear Mcllvain at 547-2516 or Ahm Focht at 624-8258. Thanks for serving Tim Eades, second from right, was recently honored for his years of service to the community on the Perkns Parks and Recreation Board. Also pictured, from left, are Larry Moorman, new parks and recreation director; James Hall; and Jay Howard. Hall and Howard are recent additions to the P&R board. Photo submitted Say something nice about Perkins! Sports schedule • HS softball at Holdenville, 5 p.m., 7&5. • HS baseball at Piedmont, 5 p.m., V&JV. Saturday. March 29 • HS softball at Chandler Festival. ! • HS baseball here with Pe'ry and Blanchard, 1 p.m.; V&M THE WEEK I II The I  ,= . This week s Model Tee | I   A  II Student/Athlete of the I I 11 U ILl t IL Week has been announced I . for their performances last week. Jimmy Pike has been selected for his performances for baseball. STUDENT/ Selections for softball and ATH][.ETES OF golf will begin next week. Monday. March 31 j I /  "  • HS baseball at Chandler, 4: \\;  30 p.m., V&JV. , • HS softball at Prague 5 p.m., 7&5. i • HS baseball here with Pied- mont, 5 p.m., V&JV. • HS softball at Perry, 4:p0 p.m., 7&5. T, Jalu:rd,u..am:a • HS baseball here with OqS, 4:30 p.m., V&JV. Broadcast pn KGYF 105.5 FM with the pfe- game show at 4:15 p.m. • HS softball at Bethel,4: 45 p.m. • CTWGA playday, 9 a.., Golf Course at Cimarrpn Trails. F.raaxtlnr.ila • HS baseball at Blackwei 5 p.m., V&JV. • HS softball here wth Stroud, 4:30 p.m., 7&5. i