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y opens today; live on KGFY bemons third in Wood Bat Classic Perkins-Tryon pounded 0ttt 13 hits and Jimmy Pike tenained undefeated on the the Demons gained a over the Fairview Yel- Saturday to claim place in the P-T Wood Classic. will begin Class 3A dis- action today Pawnee Black Bears best 2-out-of-3 format. The first two games wifl be Played today beginning at 5 P.nl. With the second starting around 7:30. An if-necessary contest will be at 5 p.m. Friday. Post-season action will be broadcast on Stillwater radio station KGFY 105.5 FM with the pregame show beginning at around 4:45 p.m. Bill VanNess and Rick Lomenick will bring all the action. The Demons concluded the regular season earlier this week with home games against Kingfisher (Monday) and Dale (Tuesday). Results were not available at deadline. P-T got on the board first in the top of the second. Jeremy Hefner scored when Charlie Hinkle's fly ball was dropped in centerfield fbr an error. The Demons added two more in the third. Jeremy Graham scored on a Pike single and was followed by Logan Kamer crossing the place after a Brian Carroll double. Fairview's only runs came in the bottom of the third to cut the P-T lead to 3-2. The Demons got those runs back in the fourth. Graham reached on a two-out infield place finishers is Lumberkings finished third in last weekend's 14-and-under USSSA al Qualifying tournament in Moore. The Lumberkings defeated the Putnam lals 8-7 in extra innings with a walk off home run and followed that up run-ruling the Bridgecreek Bobcats 1 3-1. Perkins was beat by the Bowie, Texas, 7-3 and No. 1 ranked Ada Panthers 9-3 on Sunday to place third. On the row, from left, are Zach Carter, Justin Kimmel, Caleb Eytcheson, Casey Sadler, Howard amd Conner Hughes. On the back row are coach Josh Tivis, Kirk Ryan Atkins, Chance Townsend, coach Winfrey Kinzie, Jared Shelton, coach s, Lee Ledford and Jacob Hart. Photo submitted Payne Brank 202 S. Main, Perkins, OK (405) 547-2436 www.paynecountybank.com ATM. Bankline-24, Night Deposit Drop Available 24 Hours. 7 Days A Week Lobby Hrs: Mon-ThurS:00=3:00, Fri 8:00-4:30 & Sat 8:00-Noon Drive-Up Teller: Mon-Thur 7:30-4:00, Fri 7:30-6:00 & Sat 7:30-Noon Member FDIC hit. He then scored on a Karner single. Kamer scored on Pike's second hit of the game. In the fifth, Hefner scored on a Hinkle single and the final run came in the sixth when Hefner doubled to score Graham. Hefner led the hitting attack going 3-for-4 with two doubles. Graham, Karner, Pike, and Alex Allen also had two hits each. The Demons had five doubles in the game. Pike went the distance for his 11 'h win of the year against no losses. He struck out nine, walked one and hit two bat- ters. The Demons couldn't make it four wins this season over Perry in semifinals action Friday night. P-T committed five costly errors despite Hefner's three-hit pitching performance. Perry scored three runs in the top of the first without any hits. P-T had two errors. The Maroons added three more runs in the fourth. It was this inning Perry collected their hits. P-T scored a run in the second when Hinkle grounded out to score Pike. Travis Ell- rich scored the other run in the bottom of the fifth on a wild pitch. The Demons opened the tournament with a 4-0 win over Meeker. P-T plated all the runs in the second inning on two hits and taking advantage of two Meeker errors. Karner earned the win on the mound. Earlier in the week, the Demons run-ruled Kingfisher 9-1 on the road. Jimmy Pike got the win. P-T 7, Fairvlew 2 P-T 012 211 0-7 13 0 FHS  002 000..0+7-,2 ,7,4 and J. Kliewer. W - Pike (11-0). L - Dietenbach. Perry 6, P-T 2 PHS 300 300 0-6 3 2 P-T 010 010 0-2 4 5 Beckner and Terronez. Hefner and Carroll. W - Beckner. L - Hefner (5-2). HR - Perry: Belay. P-T 4, Mleker 0 MHS 000 000 0-0 4 1 P-T 0400000-4 7 1 Moore, Wiley (2"a), Bussey (5 =) and Dodd. Karner and Carroll. W - Karner (7-1). L - Moore. P-T 9, Kingfisher 1 P-T 301 401-9 9 0 KHS 100 000-1 5 4 Pike, Karner (4=), Hefner (6 m) and Carroll. Pontious and Bales. W - Pike (10-0). L - Pontious. THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, May 1, 2003-5 Short stops Regional track meet Saturday Perkins-Tryon track teams will compete in the regional meet al Watonga on Saturday. In addition to P-T, other teams competing will be Alva, Bethany Chisholm, Fairview, Hennessey, Heritage Hall, Hobart, Jones. Luther, Meeker, Mt. St. Mary, Oklahoma Christian, and Watonga On Friday, two Lady Demon tracksters placed in a meet al Konawa. Jessica Dukes was third in the discus and Reagan Deaver finished fourth in the high jump. Softballers fall in district finals CHANDLER -- The P-T Lady Demons were shutout b2 Prague 10-0 in the finals of last week's district softball toumamem at Chandler. P-T opened the tournament with a 13-4 win over Chandler Prague late eliminated Chandler. In the first of two games, Pragu blanked the Lady Demons 8-0 then added the second shutout. Baseball camp set June 2-5 The Perkins-Tryon Demon Baseball Camp will be held June 2-5 at the P-T baseball field. In the event of inclement weather during the week, a makeup day will be June 6. Campers will learn various fundamentals during the camp. It i open to those who will be in the third through ninth grades nexl year. The cost of the camp will be $55 for early registration. For more information, contact head coach Bobby Buck at 547- 1081 or 547-2266. Softball camp set June 9-12 The first Perkins-Tryon Lady Demon Softball Camp will be held June 9-12 at the Lady Demon softball field along State Highwa2y 33. The camp is for those who will be in the third through nint grades next school year. It will be from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day. Lunch will be from 11:30 a.m.-noon. The four days of fundamentals will touch on hitting; bunting: fielding, range and ability to cover area; and arm strength, quickness of release and accuracy. The cost will be $60 before June 1. After that date, to registratio fee will be $65. It includes a camp shirt, ball, and camp trophy. Championship ring donations sought COYLE -- The 2003 Class A basketball state champions Coyle Bluejackets are taking donations for their championship rings. For more information, call head coach Josh Sumrall at (405', 314-5674 or mail contributions to Coyle Public Schools, attentio/3 Josh Sumrall, P.O. Box 287, Coyle, OK 73027. NYSP cancelled this summer The National Youth Sports Program, which has been held each summer at Oklahoma State University since 1975, has been can- celled this summer due to the renovation of the Colvin Recreation Center. NYSPis fillraily,fimded and is sponsored by the National Col. legiate Athletic Association. The OSU College of Education expects the program to be offered again in 2004. Lady Demons basketball camp set The Perkins-Tryon Lady Demon basketball camp will be held June 16-20 in the P-T Gymnasium. The camp is open to girls who will be in the 3a-9th grades nex! year. It will be held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day with an awards assembly scheduled for the final day. The camp fee will be $60 before June 1 and $65 after that date. The fee includes a camp shirt, a camp ball, and a camp trophy. Fundamentals that will be emphasized will be a winning atti- tude, live ball movements, post moves, shooting drills, free throws. game situations, shooting instruction, and dribbling and dribblin moves. For more information about the camp, contact Lady Demons head coach Jerry Burnett at 547-5724. Perkins 15-and-under drops 2 of 3 games when Eric Vaughn tripled then later scored. Stroud scored runs in the remaining five innings to gain the run-rule win. Perkins scored two in the second when Lance Spence reached on an error The Perkins Parks and Recreation 15-and-under team dropped 2 of 3 games last week. Perkins opened the week with a 19-7 loss to Stroud Blue. Perkins gained an early I-0 lead Barn: 405-547-7522 Eric Emsting 405-642-0856 then scored on a Dusty Kelly hit. Nick Wood doubled then scored on a Drew Wehr hit. Bobby Lowery and Spence scored in the third while Andy Hollford and Vaughn crossed the plate in the fourth. Perkins bounced back on Thursday to defeat Bristow 4- 2. Perkins scored three in the top of the fifth to gain the win. Wehr scored on a Daniel Custar double. Later, a Lowery hit scored Custar and Vaughn. Bristow added a run in the bottom of the inning. On Friday, Perkins was handed a 16-0 thumping by Agra. An 11 run second inning enabled the visitors to coast to the win. The odE[ This week's Model Tee Student/Athlete of the Week has been announced for his performance last week. Selected for baseball is Charlie Hinkle. No infor- mation was received for golf or softball. CHARLIE HINKLE