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B2 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, May 16, 2019 DEMONS PageA1 :" year. Shepard will also use head coach at Valiant. his skills as areturning line- "We are proud for him [ backer defensively, but it left a void on our A solid stable of receiv- offensive schemes simply ' ers will be working for because ofwhat we've been : playing time in the Demons' doing with him calling the ': pass-happy offense. Wil- plays," William said. For liams estimated a group of now, the fifth-year skipper 8-10 players vying for the will handle the offensive positions. P-T is scheduled coordinator duties. to participate in a seven- Taylor's departure was on-seven camp at Stillwater just one of the vacancies High School during the created. Assistant coach month of June so work on Richard Reed also left the passing routes has been school district after one done during the spring ses- year on the staff. However, sion. replacements have been Among the goals during made including the return the first week of practice offormer coach Lance Hog- was getting the basic offen- gatt. Hoggatt was most sive schemes installed with recently an assistant coach some tweaks. There will at Mannford and previous be a new person calling the to that the head coach at plays as offensive coordina- tor Chuck Taylor resigned his teaching and coaching duties to become the new to hone what the players already know. Williams said he and his staff would try to get as much work in as possible because of the brief time and cooperation from Mother Nature would also figure into the equation. for seven-on-seven camp on Tuesdays with the high school Demons on Wednes- day during June. Williams said the Okla- homa Secondary School Baseball camp May 28-30 : Activities Association cal- The Perkins-Tryon Demons Baseball Camp will:be endar for the new school held Tuesday through Thursday, May 28-30, at the high "It's kind of a wash, year has the start of pre- school baseball field. rinse, and repeat cycle season-football practice The camp will be divided into two sessions. The morn- with more of the same pushed bac a week which ing session from 9 a.m.-12 noon are for campers entering fine tuning of lots of little will change some things the first through fourth grades. The second session is from skills," he said. "There that have been done in 12:30-3:30p.m.forthoseenteringgrades5-8.Intheevent are no big grand scheme the past. That means the of rain, camp will continue in the indoor facility. changes we're wanting to Demons will open the reg- It will include age appropriate instruction on all phases install its just fine tuning ular season on Friday, Sept. of the game with an emphasis on hitting and pitching. what we already do." 6, hosting Hennessey.Campers should bring their own glove, hat, batting helmet, When spring drills end and bat. this week, the team willPIONEERS m The cost is $60 per camper but it will increase to take a couple of weeks off Page A 1 $65 after May 25. Checks can be made payable to Per- before beginning Summer losers' bracket. SHS run- kins-Tryon Baseball. A concession stand will be open for Pride workouts around the ruled Tulsa Washington, break times. Lunch will not be provided. first of June. Workouts 13-2 before rallying to turn Copies of the camp registration form can be found on workouts was set to be must like the first week; continue Cushing. will be held on Mondays, back Bixby, 9-7 in the first the school's website at www.p-t.k-12.ok.us. Registration This week' s slate of Tuesdays, and Thursdays. championship game and forms and payments can be sent to P-T Baseball Camp,in Middle school gridders giVing the ball to a fresh- care of Coach Kevin Miner, P.O. Box 549,Perkins,74059. will also go to Stillwater man pitcher in the deciding Boys basketball June 12-14 Perkins-Tryon head football coach Bruce Williams shares a moment with his two quar- terbacks Teagan Shepard, left, and Austin Mages, right, during spring football practice last conference champions and Tuesday. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick ranked No. 11. game. The Perkins-Tryon Demons Basketball Camp will be Case worked out of trou- held Wednesday through Friday, June 12-14, at the high ble in the first inning, get- school gymnasium. ting out of a bases-loaded, The camp is open to boys entering the fifth through one-out jam. He limited the seventh grades. It will be held from 9 a.m.-12 noon daily. Spartans to two hits and The cost is $60 per camper and $50 for each additional fanned four in the complete sibling. game effort. Case didn't Skills emphasized during the camp will be dribbling, see much mound time his shooting, passing, rebounding, and defense. Campers are senior season after suffer- asked to bring clean basketball shoes, athletic shorts, and ing an ann injury during a tee-shirt. the spring break trip to Gulf Camp registration forms can be found on the school's Shores, Alabama, website at www.p-t.k-12.ok.us. Checks can be made Their days as teammates payable to Perkins-Tryon Basketball. aren't over for Case and Miller as both signed to Girls basketball June 17-20 play collegiately at Cowley The Perkins-Tryon Lady Demons Basketball Camp County Community Col- will be held Monday through Thursday, June 17-20, at lege in Arkansas City, the air-conditioned high school gymnasium. Kansas, under longtime The camp will be held from 9 a.m.-12 noon each day head coach Dave Burroughs and is open to girls entering the third through ninth grades and pitching coach Darren next school year. The cost is $60 per camper and includes Burroughs. a camp T-shirt and basketball ball. Both are expected to Fundamentals of the game will be taught during the compete for playing time camp by hall-of-fame coach Jerry Burnett, his coaching for the highly-regarded staff, and high school players. A concession stand will be Cowley program, currently available during breaks. 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