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i-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, ThursdaY, June 26, 2003 P-T baseball i i I I Local ,Sports Buck pleased with !rhis group of girls participated in last week's Lady Demon Bas- that emphasized basketball drills and competitions An awards (etball Camp. There were approximately 80 participants from ceremony was held Friday. :he third through ninth grades taking part in the week-long event Journal photo by Rick Lomenick Several take part in Lady Demons ca00;e camp Approximately 80 girls who will enter the third through ninth grades participated in last week's Lady Demon Basketball Camp. On Friday, an awards ceremony was held. Each camper received a participation trophy, a basketball, and a camp "[-shirt. Awards were also given for the winners of the various competitions. J The following are the winners from each ]grade: ] Dribble Maze -- Lyndsay Hunt, Y' ]grade; Caitlin Coker. 4 '' grade; Morgan :lKimble. 5 'h grade; Kaitlyn Buck, 6" grade; i Rachelle Fnrrh, 7 'h grade; Brittany Geter, 8 'h grade; Courtney Ba)hylle, 9 grade. Hot Shot -- Brandi Bartal 3 'd grade; I'Carly M;min, 4 'h grade; Morgan Kimble. |5 ' grade; Kayla Slnith, 6 'h glde; Rachelle Fun'h, T ' grade; Laiken Lester, 8 'h grade; Kacey Vierling, 9"' grade. X-out -- Tabitha Buck, 3'; Candace Lewis. 4 '' grade; Morgan Kimble. 5 'h grade; Caitlin McLain, 6 t' grade; Kati Pressley, 7* grade; Laiken Lester, 8 t' grade; Beth Gain- mill, 9" grade. Gotcha -- Tabitha Buck, 3 " grade; Can- dace Lewis, 4 'h grade; Cheyanna Peterman, 5 '' grade: Kayla Smith, 6 'h grade; Megan Underwood, 7 'h grade; Laiken Lester, 8'" grade; Melissa Nichols. 9 'h grade. Free throws -- Lyndsay Hunt, 3 'd grade; Carly Mm'tin, 4 t" grade; Taylor Wilson. 5 " grade; Caitlin McLam, 6 'h grade; Laura Shelton, 7 th grade; Brittany Geter, 8 'h grade; Courtney Bayhylle, 9 'h grade. Hustle Award -- Brandi Barta, 3 ' grade; Shelby Stansberry, 4 th grade; Jenna Barta, 5 'j' grade: Whitlee Christian, 6 '' grade; Chey- enne Stansberry, T ' grade; Bailey Bagby, 8 h grade; Andrea Buck. 9 'h grade. NAIA team champions (3d-5 '' grades) -- Lady Broncos consisting of Taylor Wilson, Morgan Kimble, Camber Frank, Hailey Carroll. Caitlin Coker, Siara Breeden, Andrea Sharp, Lindsay Hunt. University team champions (6 'h and 7 '' grades) -- Boilermakers consisting of Whitlee Christian, Rachelle Furrh, Michelle Gordon, Addie Moreland, Darbi Notting- ham, Samantha Perry, Kayla Smith. WNBA team champions (8 th and 9'" grades) -- Comets consisting of Courtney Bayhylle. Sarah Elliott, Brittany Geter, Ali Graham, Brandy Grotheer, Laura Thomp- SOIl. This group of boys participated in the recent Demon Basketball ). There were approximately 50 campers from the third the ninth grades taking part in the four-day event. An awards presentation was held on the camp's final day. Campers worked on a variety of fundamentals during the event. Journal photo by Cindy Sheets Tourney winners The Oklahoma Power fast- pitch softball team recently won the "Dunk an Ump" tour- nament 16-and-under division at Legends Ports Complex in Oklahoma City. The Power team members from Perkins, Ripley, Cushing, Carney and Stillwater are, front row, from left, Brittany Geter, Brady Dwinell, Chauncey Hughes, Nicki Sissom, Jessica Dukes, and Lauren Hubbard. Middle row, Shelby Dwinell, Britney Waren, Jessica Splitler, head coach Buddy Geter, Ashley Geter, and Lindsay Dwinell. On the back row are assistant coaches Billy Dwinell, left, and : ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Mike Spitler. !15-&-unders drop season-ending twinbill The Perkins 15-and-under ibaseball team ended the season i 'tth a doubleheader loss to iWellston last week. The visi- tors gained 13-9 and 14-8. i In the opener, Wellston !jumped out to a 5-0 lead before Perkins got on the board in the bottom of the second inning. Eric Vaughan hit a three-run homer to pull Perkins to within two runs at 5-3. Tim Cole and Andy Halford were on base when Vaughan came to the plate. Weilston added tour more runs in the fourth for a 9-3 lead. However, Perkins rallied with six runs to knot tile score at 9-9. There were also two outs at the time. Singles by Vaughan and Drew Wehr, a Flint Luster double, and Kelly Johnson's triple accounted for the runs. Wellston plated two runs in each the fifth and sixth innings to gain the win. In the nightcap with no records on the line as far as league standings, Perkins coach Tim Spence allowed his players to play where they wanted. Weliston took advantage of numerous walks given up by starter Jeremy Hunter to add to the scoring total. Cody Wehr pitched the third and final inning and threw 15 pitches to four batters. what the future Editor note: This is the second in a series of articles dealing with the summer league athletic programs Perkins- Tryon athletes are participating in. This week, baseball. by Rick Lomenick Journal Sports Editor Despite losing some players in key positions due to gradua- tion last spring, Perkins-Tryon baseball coach Bobby Buck is pleased with what the future holds for the program. The Demons are winding down their summer scbedule and Buck feels things have gone very well despite not having the repetitions a team would normally have if it were the regular season. "It's hard to get into the rhythm that you get into in springtime," Buck said. The team has played approxi- mately three times a week. However, no  organized prac- tices are held and players get the opportunity to take some batting practice before games. "The way I tell the kids this is like our spring training," he said. "It's our time to try people at different positions, it's a time to try new stuff, and put new faces on the nlound." This isn't just working towards next season and the Demons' attempt for a third straight state baseball tourna- ment appearance. This also includes the future as well. "We try to make sure every- one gets playing time in the summer time ,and just kind of keep in the swing of things and try to get a little bit better for next year," he said of the approximately 24 players on the summer roster. Despite losing several start- ers from last' nalist team, talent he has this level of pla3 very much. "I feel we can go and play with said. Brett have been workin$ catcher positions. has made a big shortstop despite der problems. Matt base right now. On the mound, p.T have the trio of JererflY Logan Kamer and And despite not rgular pitching they are still pitching summer. Buck added it them and other time to work on possibly develop in their arsenal. But lookin the Demons prospects lurking. Jared Shelton this summer when Perkins Atkins, Moore, and also gotten time on "Pitching-wise what it's going to year," he said. at those other guys second games of ers." And the hasn't been prises, especially Buck said Brandon has been hitting the and could get lineup as a desi Also, Lore's bat compliment his at second base. P-TJH cheerleaders attend The Perkins,TrvOrl Junior " thel High cheerleaders recently attended a private cheer camp instructed by the National Cheer Association. The cheerleaders were instructed in the areas of cheer motion, technique, jumps, stunt- ing, and dance. The squads were evaluated on performances each day. The freshmen squad earned four Superior ribbons and one Excellent ribbon during evalu- ations. The 7 th and 8th grade squad also earned four Supe- riors and one Excellent during evaluations. The seventh grad- ers earned the NCA Stunt Smart Award; the eighth grade earned the NCA Stunt Award; and Motion Award, -" Several g tobe ers, which is individual award. Kandyce Luche Meagan Devine, Kylee Jo nifer Payne, Mehg# Brittany Chapman, Hubbard. The following Kayla Devine, Mehgan Osborn, Luchey. 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