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The Perldns Journal Thursday, April 12, 1984 -- PAGE 6 pete against up- off the seasonperclassmen, P-T could [meets only come up with one Tuesday at pl cer. David Cypert and Friday at received a bronze medal Ps. team consists ot David and six Nick Taylor, Cory Lloyd Evans, and John in shot put with a throw of 41'1". The two freshmen that didn't have to com- pete against high school athletes, Taylor and Hodges, placed first and fourth, respectively, in the discus. Taylor won it with a toss of 97'. ut medalists. Tabor won the 220 yd. dash with a clocking of 27.2 seconds. He won a silver in the 100 yd. dash with a time of 11.8 seconds. He also placed fifth in the discus. Evans had two third place finishes in the 440 and the 880. His time in the quarter was 1. 2 and his half mile clocking was 2:26. Cypert again placed 1:00. "We don't have very many guys out this year and the freshmen are having to compete against older guys," said coach Chris Fischer. 'TVe aren't very competitive right now but we've had some en- couraging signs. We placed third or fourth in the junior high division at Fairfax." The Demons' next FCA Feature in ii I II I I mid The Perkin Tryon FFA Judging team won first plaee in the state wide Meats contest during the an- nual Murray State College FFA Field Day at Tlshom- ingo. Members of the team with their trophy are Bryan Kucko, Scott Irwin and Guy Gill. 'Angels' Perkins' Fast Pitch By Stephen Crotts ..... The older I get the more meaningful it becomes. Easter. When I was young_, Easter promised so much. School out. New clothes. Excitement in the air. Springtime. The Easter Bunnyl But for years Easter was a great promise that never seemed to live up to expectations. Sort of The Demons failed to ben ons held put the bat on the ball the Ist inning and the score remained pitching of tied after 2 innings. struck The Tornadoes then during took advantage of 2 theconsis- Demon errors and head coach job," "She shouldn't have died of cancer;" "I should be in the starting line-up--it's not fairt "When I look at the cross I know that wasn fair either. It was an ugly place because there God saw us at our worst, but it was also a beautiful place because there I see God at His best. And the tomb. All this like a big chocolate for me? Is there no end, Easter egg you bit into no depth God will not go and found disappoin- to save my soul? tingly hollow. And then there's the Yet I kept on belier- risen Lord. In his resur- ing. And I kept on faction Jesus proved living, there is no power, no sin, And the older I get no hatred, nothing more the more meaningful powerful than God. His Easter becomes, love is the most endur- For instance, I start ing force in the universe. so many projects I never Easter says so. 's meet, At Fairfax, Friday, third in the shot put meet will be at Hominy Softball Team Readying thinclads the freshmen got to see with a heave of 42'8". this Friday in a meet For Action quite finish. Yet what And something else: too well. how they could do Meyers placed fifth in that both the girls and The town of Perkins has TheAmgels, anindepen- God started at Godshares. Hedoesn't two of the against their own class the 440 in high school boys will be competing, an independent girls fast dent team, is provided Christmas he finished at keep it all for Himself. ing to corn- and they had several division with a time of pitch softballteamofages equipment, uniforms, and Easter. Birth to death, What's His is mine. P-T Attends ranging from 15 to 12 fee requirements with Christ completed the Jesus says, "I am the loG ;j tpenc yearsold. Orgazfizedlast donations made by local Jb."It'isfinished'"he resurrection and the life; Music Contest year because of high in- merchants who show their shouted from the crose, he who believes in me, terest expressed by the support and pride for the And what of all that though he die, yet shall girls and their parents, team. To demonstrate he's begun in me that's he live. " {John 11:25). In ITIrl Several Perkins Louis Springer, DubVen- that it takes a team of only haff-finished? !'I am a world of poliution and students participated in tris, and Jerry Shipley greater determination to sure that he who began handguns and dead ins-Tryon perfectly executed they needed. The the Oklahoma Music have taken the challenge, defeat them, the Angels a good work in you will friends, I can know eban team sacrifice bunt. At the Demons then stepped Teachers Association Perkins Angels, asthey last year walked away bring it to comple- Jesus' llfe is in me by L wins over end of the first inningup to the plate and had District contest in call themselves, havewith tournament trophies tion.., "(Philipians 1:6). faith. Perry the the Demons were on top five base hits and scored Stillwater on Saturday, become a very competitive and high ratings. Any girl Easter says so. Easter says so. re had earned 2-0. five runs in the bottom March 31. Students of team in fast pitch softball, of ages 15 and under, and Another thing. So, Yes, the older I get the DiannRuddperforming The team received stiff is interested in playing is much of life isn 't fair. "I [more meaningful it by the Tulsa The Demon lead of the fifth to take a 9-4 were Keri Brown, competiton from otherinvited to join the Perkins should have got the becomes. ., being 4th in didn't hold up long as lead. took a close Drumright stunned the The game wasn't overAngela Moorman, teams located in Angels. from the Demons with 2 base hitsthough as the Tor- Missy Chitwood, and Stillwater, Tulsa, Guthrie, Members of the Angels Tornadoes that scored i run apiece nadoes battled back and Jennifer Gibson. Keri and other surroundingare: Sandy Voorhees, It Thursday tying the game at 2-2, gave the Demons a scare andMiseyreceivedase- communities last year. Angel Ventris, Andi Bayhylle, Jana Harp, l- by the scored 2 more runs to aIield. When take a 2 point lead. But stepped up then the Demons struck Bobby back and scored 2 runs them started of their own to again tie hit and the game at 4-4. brought The fifth inning was another base all Demons as Bobby OOver brought Buck struck out 3 bat- with a ters and the Demons had found the spark eading as they scored 4 runs in the sixth to pull within 1 run of the Demons with the score being 8-9. The Demons then held their composure and held off the battling Tor- nadoes and won the game 9-8. Bobby Buck walked away with the win and extended his record to 6-2. Box Scores Drumright: 0220040-8 P-T: 2 0 2 0 5 0 - -9 didptes will be scheduled to discuss rules, regula- tions and expenses. A is scheduled for this dates of April 23-26 from 3:45-4:45 led by the senior cheerleaders. Tryouts will be Monday, April 30 at 4:00 p.m. A panel of three judges with exper- tise in various aspects of cheerleading will judge the candidates. If you have any ques- tions concerning tryouts please ask Mrs. Kinder. cond rating. Angela and Jennifer received a I and will participate in the State competition on April 28 at Central State University. Also Meryl Elwood, student of Gayla Foster received a 1, Andy McPherson, student of Jan Curnutt also receiv- edal. Jr. 4-H The Perkins 4-H Club had their monthly meeting on April 2. Our program was on leader- ship and talks were given by Denise Hancock, Tara Harp, and Ty Dickson. Reports were given by those who went to the Oklahoma City Livestock Show. The coming events are the Appropriate Clothing Contest at the Fairgrounds April 23 at 6:30, and the Dress Revue on April 30 at the Sheerar Cultural Center at 7:00. If you have any questions about the coming events call Debbie Flynn or Freda Pierce. Fast pitch, unlike slow pitch, allows team members to slide into the base, bunt, steal to other bases, and requires the use of safety helmets. Cathy Murlin, April Shipley, Connie Rose, Tonya Gill, Berry Brown, Debrina Gaches, and Tammy Deer. Join last 1ooi( the 1984 in ( 6) The P-T nine split a doubleheader with the Luther Lions, there last Friday night. The Demons won the first game 13-4 but fell apart in the second game, committing 14 errors, and lost In the first game the Demons jumped out on top early scoring 3 runs in the first and 2 runs in the second. The Demon offense then held tough and didn't allow a run in either of the first 2 innings. The Lions scored 3 of their 4 runs in the third inning and then held the Demons to only 1 run making the score 6-3. The Demons then rallied and scored 3 runs in the fourth and 4 runs in the fifth to take a 13-3 lead. Attempts by the Lions to make a fifth in- ning comeback failed as the Demons held the Lions to only 1 run and came away with the win 13-11. Box Score P-T 3 2 1 3 4-13 Luther 0 0 3 0 1-4 The Demons fell apart in the second game and committed 14 errors which allowed Luther to score six runs. The Demons then added to their 14 errors as they failed to put the bat on the ball and had no hits compared to the Lions 4. The Demons started off fairly well in the first inning, not allowing Luther to score but they also failed score. The second inning was a crucial inning as the Demons committed 6 of their 14 errors and allowed 4 runs, to put Luther on top 4-0. The Lions then went on to score 1 run in the 3rd and. 1 run in the fourth to make the score 6-0. Attempts to come back by the Demons fail- ed as Luther shut down the Demons and went on to win the game 6-0. Box Scores P-T 0000O-0 Luther 0 4 i i - -6 it is time girls who school cheerleaders. to all in the grades who attend P-T The must be in standing a 2.5 grade splits and a pompom routine. Areas such as school spirit, academic qualities, leadership qualities and the ability to get along with others will also be considered by the judges. Each aDvlicant must have a required physical on file before trying out. Teacher rating forms, signed cheerleading ap- plication and parent per- mission forms must also be included. A meeting for all of can- FARMER'S UNION Harvey Brixey, Agent City and Rural Insurance Perkins, OK 547-2251 ~it "r L-MAR'S FOOD STORE rfl l.,,nnie and Judy Tabor 219 S. Main t HARLAND WELLS PERKINS DRUG "Full-Time Drug Depk" Steve Willingham , STEER INN FAMILY RESTAURANTS 121 W. Thomas Perkins 547-5378 iy ,r i WHISTLE STOP #2 PACKING COMPANY Sue and Gary Crane and Frank Spillar~ Owners N.W. of Perkin~ on Freeman Avenub MIHURA AUCTION & REAL ESTATE CO. 6 Miles South of Stillwatcr on Hwy. 177 Opm Wed. Sit.. 10 to 405.3777545 ! WOMACK'S PATSY'S FLOWERS & CERAMICS Patsy Lile !01 S. Main 547-2420 a C|MARRON VALLEY CO-OPERATIVE, INC. Dan Hubbard, Manager 247 S. Main o 547-2414 KEN SMITH FURNITURE New and Used -- I00 N. Main -- 547-2109 Jr. and Morine Bi,stian, l iwilcrS VASSAR COMPANY Jack Vassar 207 N. 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