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Thursday, April 21, 2016 & Bandits still seeking 2nd 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 informa- tion. Thursday, April 21 • P-THS track at Konawa, 10 a.m. • P-THS baseball resumes suspended game with Berryhill, 5 p.m. then hosts Cushing, 7p.m. • P-TJH baseball at McLoud tournament through Saturday. Agra HS baseball at Depew for Class A district tournament. • Carney HS baseball at Calumet for Class B district tournament. • Coyle HS baseball at Kremlin-Hillsdale for Class B district tourna- ment. • Ripley HS baseball hosts Class A district tour- nament through Friday. Friday, April 22 • P-THS baseball hosts Dale, 4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 23 • P-THS and P-TJH track at Tulsa 7 Confer- ence meet at Cushing, 9 ~m. Monday, April 25 • P-THS baseball at Berryhill, 4:30 p.m. • P-THS boys' golf at Class 3A regional Qualifying tournament at Kingfisher. Tuesday, April 26 • P-THS baseball at Guthrie, 5 p.m, • Class 3A girls' regional golf tournament, TBD. • P-TJH baseball hosts Enid, 5:30 p.m. • P-TJH track at Pawnee, 9 a.m. • Ripley JH baseball hosts Oak Grove 4 30 ursday, April 28 • P-THS baseball in Class 3A district tourna- ment here with Meeker, 5 p.rn. Games broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM. • Class A regional base- ball tournaments start, sites TBD. • Class B regional base- ball tournaments start, sites TBD. Saturday, April 30 • P-THS track at Class 3A regional meet, TBD. Wednesday, May 4 • Class 3A girls' state golf tournament at Chero- eae Springs Golf Course, hlequall. Tournament ontinues through Friday, May Thursday, May 5 • Class 3A I beg Tuesday, • Class 3A boys' state golf tournament at Lincoln Park (West) Golf Course, Oklahoma City. Tourna- ment continues through Friday, May 10. Perkins-Tryon will be one of 26 Class 3A baseball district tourna- ment sites when the opening round of post-season action begins next week. The Demons will host the Meeker Bulldogs on Thursday, April 28, with the first of two games starting at 5 p.m. An "if necessary" game will be held Friday, April 29, starting at 5 p.m. All district tournament games will be broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM. Assignments were announced late last week by the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Asso- ciation. The winner of the tournament will advance to regional tourna- ment action the following week. Those sites will be determined after all the district tournaments are completed. Admission will be $5 for both students and adults. The only passes that will be accepted will be those issued through the OSSAA. As of last Friday, the Bulldogs held a 2-17 record for head coach Isaac Treadaway. Meeker has wins over Community Christian and Agra, 2-1 and 1-0, respectively. The Demons and Bulldogs use to be opponents when P-T was part of the 66 Conference. Meeker had been a district tournament oppo- nent in recent years. In addition to P-T, other district tournament sites are Kingston, Clelsea, Jones, Vian, Adair, Chan- dler, Holdenville, Chisholm, Keys (Parkhill), Alva, Hennessey, Wil- burton, Cascia Hall, Spiro, Victory Christian, Community Christian, Lindsay, Perry, Idabel, Coman- che, Oklahoma Christian School, Marietta, Antlers, Kellyville, and Eufaula. The top six teams in Class 3A will not be in district tournament action. They are Verdigris, Beggs, Salina, Stigler, Lincoln Christian, and Metro Christian. ames last Perkins-Tryon split the two games played last week culminating with a 10-2 loss at Stroud last Friday. P-T used a three-run outburst in the home half of the fourth inning to gain a 3-1 win over Kingfisher here last Thursday. The Demons will resume a game with Berryhill at 5 p.m. today then play a reg- ularly scheduled game with Cushing afterward. Both are Tulsa 7 Conference games. P-T was trailing Berryhill 3-0 in a game earlier this season before it was halted by rain. Monday's game with Berryhill originally scheduled as a home date will move to Berryhill. P-T took a short-lived 1-0 lead against Stroud. Dillon Longbrake walked to leadoff the game and later scored on a Chad Black sac- rifice fly ball to centerfield. The Tigers responded with three runs in each the first and second innings for a 6-1 advantage. The Demons' final run came in the top of the fourth inning when Caleb Tuley led off with a single. He eventually scored when Brady Dougan reach on an error for a 6-2 score. Stroud added single runs in the fourth and fifth innings then ended the game early in the sixth frame with two more scores. Tuley, Damon Walkup, Bradyn Littau, and Donny Beck each singled for the Demons. Reed Aldridge was the losing pitcher as he was relieved in the second inning. Tuley, Beck, and Black finished the game on the hill for P-T. Against Kingfisher, P-T didn't need very many hits as walks given up by Yel- lowjacket pitchers helped the cause in the 3-1 win. The game was scoreless Perkins-Tryon's Dillon kongbrake hurls a pitch to the until the home half of the plate during fifth tuning action of last Thursday's game with Kingfisher here. The Demons gained a 3-1 triumph to give third inning when a rally Longbrake his team-leading seventh win on the mound. See DEMONS Page B2 Journal photo by Rick Lomenick Still some questions after spring game To the casual football fan, a spring game helps get some excitement built for the upcoming season. That was most likely the case for a majority of the estimated 17,500 fans that filled the south side of Boone Pickens Stadium as the Oklahoma State Cowboys officially concluded spring drills. But to those who follow the Pokes on a fairly con- sistent basis, the approx- imately two-hour event still left some unanswered questions that plagued the team at least through last season and in some instances before. But in all fairness to the coaching staff and players, there wasn't any need to do too much in terms of complexity and physicality. Yes, the offenses of both the Orange and Black teams were very much basic. The same holds true for the two defenses as well. No major injunes were reported and folks for the most part left with a warm and fuzzy feel- ing, especially since they got to spend some up close and personal time with players afterward. "The scrimmage went well for us from a health standpoint. We were able to tackle and had a physi- cal scrimmage," said head coach Mike Gundy after- ward. One thing that was missing was any kind of establishment of a running game. But in taking a look at the statistics handed out to the media afterward, the number of rushing and passing plays were nearly equal. However. there were no breakaway threats by either group. That was one of the things that was an issue last season. But that didn't seem to be an issue with Gundy. One of the decisions coaches will be making heading into the fall drills will be who will backup See SPRING Page B2 Tracksters shine at Tecumseh TECUMSEH - Per- kins-Tryon High School tracksters brought home several medals from last Friday's Tecumseh Savages Track and Field Meet. On the girls' side, three relay teams won first place medals. They were the 800- meter team of Coley Larson, Tierra Vigil, Tatum Swink, and Megan Burke. The 1600-meter team consisted of Larson. Jaci McDaniel, Vigil, and Madison Shipp. On the 3200-meter relay team were Larson, Vigil, Swink, and Shipp. McDaniel finished second in the 400-meter run with Larson finishing in third place. Burke rounded out the medalists with a fifth place finish. Vigil was fourth in the 800-meter run and Shipp finished right behind her in fifth place. Swink was fifth in the 200- meter dash. In the field events, Swink was third in the high jump while Abby Wynn was fourth in the discus and fifth in the shot put. The Demons also had three relay teams finish with medals. The 400-meter relay team of Trey Waitt, Chrys Bell, Shawn Crosby, and Markel Waitt finished in third place. The 1600- meter group of Ty Hill, Trey Waitt, Jake Gould, and Daniel Wall finished fourth. The 3200-meter team of Nate Barta, Crosby, Gould, and Hill finished in fifth place. Crosby was fourth in the 100-meter dash while Hill finished fourth in the 400-meter run and fifth in See TRACK Page B2 Corey Hassel, Oklahoma State's senior right-fielder, was leaving a hotel elevator last Thursday night when he was wished good luck prior to the Pokes' three-game Big 12 Conference series last Friday in Waco, Tex, against the Baylor Bears. "Thanks ... we're going to be okay," said Hassel, a former two-sport star at Stillwater High. Hassel's optimism was significant since the Cow- boys entered the Baylor series saddled with a four- game losing streak. Hassel and the Cow- boys put their optimism into action with a sweep of the Bears, a sweep which featured standout pitching, timely hitting and impres- sive defense. "I absolutely believed we would get things going ... I knew it was just a matter of time," Hassel said prior to a Monday practice. "It all started clicking for us. We were pressing too much and just let our love of the game take over. 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