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6-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, April 12, 2001 6th grade Demons win 66 Conference track meet Monday at Chandler CHANDER -- The sixth grade Demons track team easily won the 66 Conference Track Meet held Monday afternoon in Chan- dler. The Demons finished with a team score of 178 points• Chan- dler was a distant second with 133 points. Here's a summary of how the P-T tracksters performed: 400 meter relay, -- 3 place, team consisted of Terry Smalley, Andrew Fields, Eric Vaughn, Kelly Johnson. 1600-meter relay -- I place, team consisted of Vaugh, Fields, Sean Davis, Cody Washington. 800-meter relay -- 2"d place, team consisted of Fields, Conner Burnett, Zach Carter, Davis. 100-meter dash -- Johnson, 2"d; Smalley, 3r% 200-meter dash -- Johnson, 1", Smalley, 2"a, Vaughn, 4th. " 400-meter dash -- Washington, 1"'; Carter, 3ra. 800-meter run -- Washington, 1 Craig Anderson, 4'h; Davis, 1h. 100-meter hurdles -- Burnett, 5". High jump -- Washington, Davis, 6t". Discus -- Ryan Adkins, 3r9 Chris Sindone, 5 Shot put --- Nick Woods, 2"9 Kyle Lomenick, 4t< Long jump -- Johnson, 1 Smalley, 2"d. at" Thursday. April 12 • HS slowpitch softball at Ripley Tournament through Satur- day. • HS track at Bristow. • 9th grade baseball here with Dale, 4:30 p.m. • MS boys golf at Enid Tournament, 9 a.m. Edaala2alN.. • HS boys golf at Kingfisher Tournament. Naaa0.r.,2 zJl.. • HS baseball at Heritage Hall, 4:30 p.m., V&JV • HS slowpitch softball at Prague, 5 p.m., 7&7 • 9th grade baseball here with Wellston, 5 p.m. • MS girls golf at Cushing Tournament, 8 a.m. lhe, Na.r u :JL • HS baseball at Piedmont, 5 p.m., V&V. • HS slowpitch softball at Olive, 4:30 p.m., 7&7. • HS track at Chandler • MS boys and girls golf vs. Davenport at Stroud, 3:30 p.m. • 6th grade track at Pawnee. Wednesday. April 18 • HS girls golf at Class 3A state qualifying tournament. Thursday. April 19 • HS slowpitch softball at district tournament through Saturday. • 7th and 8th grade track at Pawnee. Written by Perkins-Tryon High School journalism students Panel impacts P-T students By Alisha Mann Perkins-Tryon High School students and staff were recently given the opportunity to be an audience to what is known as the Victim's Impact Panel. Speak- ers from other towns in Okla- homa came to Perkins in hopes of convincing the students that drinking and riving only leads to trouble, or even worse, death. The speakers shared their tragic loss of loved ones due to drunk drivers. Student responses about al- cohol abuse included the follow- ing: "I think alcohol abuse is a problem in our school, because there are so many young people who don't think about what they are doing, and they often mix alcohol with other drugs and they could easily end up getting hurt." "I believe alcohol abuse is a huge problem. Alcohol is way overused, and I don't think high school students should drink at all. I think the police pulling more students over are a big help." "I don't think that this year is any different than last year, or any other year for that matter, but I do think our students this year are more aware of drink- ing and driving than ever be- fore," quote a high school teacher. Fun doesn't have to be re- lated to alcohol unless, of course, your idea of fun is join- ing your friends for a night in jail, or better yet an eternity in the grave. Students all too often make the poor decision and feel that acceptance and popularity are more important than safety and well being: Now taking entries 5th Annual Cheerleaders ready for next by Greg Johnson Tryouts for the 2001-2002 Perkins-Tryon were held on Friday, March 29. Every year, every cheerleader must chant, group of four. Also, they must perform a a cheer by themselves. The members of next year's squad will be Arthur, Hilary Bridenstine, Kara Lawson, Thurman, and Samantha Winburn; sophomores Heather Custar, Rebekah Emerson, Lindsey McKinzie; and freshman Beth Davis. Burrus will be the first male cheerleader and American cheerleader ever at P-T Perkins Masonic Lodge Saturday, May 12 Cimarron Trails Golf Course, #-Person Scramble Shotgun start at 8 a.m. (Check-in 6:30-7:30 p.m.) Limit 36 teams Minimum of 60 handicap per team Only one ",4" player per team Entry Fee: $180 per team (Includes green fees and carts) Various prizes awarded, including cash prizes for 1st- 2nd - $I#0; and 3rd - $100, and drawings for additional after tournament. Lunch served to players at the Masonic Lodge tournament. ENTRIES MUST BE IN BY MAY 1 For entry forms or information, contact Bill Hughes at 22#8 or Pete Windiate at C#05) 5#7-5333. All proceeds will go to benefit Perkins and surrounding tmmuniti, WE ARE PROUD TO BE A PART OF THE PERKINS ...... 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