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The Perkins Journal Thursday, May :~ t~& t~,~A~L 5 II I yon play Drumright, whohad hosted the just "downed Tonkawa tourna- 19-10, on Friday. and Drumright stunned the were four Demons and downed P-T, them 16-4. and P-T's luck continued to to run out as the Meeker surprise, Bulldogs, who had lost a being squeaker to the Demons and then battled back ranked through the losers the bracket, also surprised Ltling the the Demons and jumped It was out to a 2-2 revenge on the throughout Demons. The It was then Meeker and Buck Drumright in the cham- the lead pionship game. The game run, but was close for the first in- inning ning but then Drumright 0gs had the jumped out and walked 5-4. Little away with the 12-6 win got the and the Regional up with a Championship. field and With these two losses on and two the Demons wrapped up Briggs sent their season, The long ride "Dispatch" will review its fence, to season highlights next 7-4. week. Went on to the Caldwell qualified for the track team discus with a throw of for 95'10", and David Cypert regional placed second with a heave of the shot put 47' of the team but David Meyer and Shel- ;hree peoplely Woody also did very for well, but were just out of to be held the qualifying places. and Saturday. The state meets will be Was secondFriday for the girls and Ur p with a Saturday for the boys in ". Lora Mustang. FCA Presi- through you. BranstetterThose attending were: at the Shannon Antle, Lori Rex Redus, Lisa Harper, Ten Com- Autumn Baker, Dawn and that you Coffman, Elizabeth God before Gaches, Annette Payne, love your Cindy Hazelbaker, Teresa also said Lile, Jodi Pate, Scott shy, you Briggs, Billie Allen, have to Monica Taylor, David just let Cypert, Robin Hooser and lives Jeff Williams _ III1|1 I -- Mark Littlefield makes a perfect delivery. I The Perkins-Tryon of the game. Their biggest baseball team traveled to trouble through the first Stillwater last Monday to four innings was named take on the Stillwater Mark Littlefield. Mark Pioneers. Stillwater, who struck out 7 Pioneer bat- is a Class 5-A school, tars in four innings. found themselves down While Stillwater had 8-0, goingintothelastin- troubles the Demons ning, to a fired up Demon flourished as they scored team. 1 more run in the second The Demons started at inning and 3 more in the bat and scored 3 runs in third and finished up 1 in the first inning after Bob- the fourth to take a com- by Buck drew a walk and manding 8-0 lead. Mark Littlefield brought StiUwater's only run him home on a base hit came in the last inning of and Joe Hoover then 1 of only 3 Pioneer hits. brought Mark horn on a The Demons then held on base hit of his own. Joe to win 8-1. then worked his way The Demons' Mark Lit- around the bases and tlefield walked away with made it to home plate off the win to increase his of a fielder's choice, record 7-0 and to increase Stillwater found the go- the Demon record to 21-3. ing a little rough through BOX SCORES the first inning and it P-T 3 1 3 1 0 0 0 - 8 10 3 didn't get any better for StiUwater them throughout the rest 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 1 3 1 I . Joe Hoover, -5, slides to make it a close call. MAY 1 - MAY 25 May 1--Juniors, prom committee will work on prom decorations after school in Mrs. Johnson's room. Cheerleading fund raising meeting 11:00 a.m. in Mrs. Kinders room, for 1984-85 cheerleaders. FYS meeting 12:15 in the lab room. Chemical People meeting 7:30 p.m. in High School Library. May 2--Cub Scouts meet 5 to 6 in Cafeteria. May 3--3rd grade play 7:30 p.m. in Middle School Gym. Student Council Meeting 5th hour. May 8--High School Spring Concert 7:30 p.m. in High School Gym. May 9--State Special Olympics at Edmond. May 10--High School Choir/Stage Band Spring Concert 7:30 p.m. in High School Gym. May 12--Jr/Sr Prom 8-12 p.m. Starlight Terrace {OSU). May 15--Tryon Band Concert 7:30 p.m. in Tryon Gym. May 17--Honors Achievement Night 8:00 p.m. in High School Gym. May 19--FYS Field Trip to Arbuckles. May 24--HS Graduation 8:00 p.m. High School Gym. May 25--Last day of school. BOOSTER MEETING Perkins-Tryon Sports Booster Meeting will be at 7:30 P.M. on Monday, May 7, at the high school. it i, Lunch May 7-II Monday Beanie Weenie Cole Slaw Corn Meal Rolls Sliced Pears Tuesday Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce Black Eyed Peas Lettuce Salad Sliced Bread Mixed Fruit Wednesday Deluxe Meat Patties Whipped Potatoes w/Gravy Celery Stick Hot Rolls Fruit Thursday Oven Fried Chicken Potato Salad Tomato Sliced Lime Jell-o w/Pears and Pineapple Friday {Kindergarten Eating Today} Hamburgers w/Trimmings French Fries Cookies Fruit Salad, hamburgers, and milk served daily. Menu subject to change without notice. :ii. "~: .......