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THE JOURNAL SPORTS i “Bandit Pride :5 workouts «underway i». H Bandit Pride is underway at Mcllvain Field and continue each Sunday and Wednes- day from 7-8 pm. until Bandit Camp. It is free to anyone who would like to attend. It is offered as an option for conditioning and footwork drills to those who attend. No cleats are allowed as the workouts will be con— ducted‘on the track and nbt the game field. i " Athletes will need to bring their own water also. ' ALENbAfi , Monday, July . P-THS softball practice begins 10 am. Sunday, Aug. 11 Mandatory high school football team meeting, 6 pm: MQnday, Aug. 12 .v First day of high school fobtball practice, 7 am. Tuesday, Aug. 13 ( P-THS softball hosts Crooked Oak, 5 pm. 290er HS softball at Ca’rney, 4:30 pm. Thursday, Aug. 15 * - P-THS softball at Cush- ing tournament through Saturday, Aug. 17. ‘ Saturday, Aug. 17 - P-THS football intrasquad scrimmage, 10 am. Monday, Aug. 19 - P-THS softball at King- fisher, 5 pm. - 00er HS softball at Ripley triangular with Agra, 4:30 pm. . Tuesday, Aug. - P-‘THS softball hosts Newcastle, 5 pm. . ‘ - 00er HS softball hosts Oilton, 4:30 pm. Thursday,-Aug. 22 P-THS softball ht Perry tournament through Satur- day, Aug. 24. 00er HS softball at Mor- rison/Glencoe tournament through Saturday, Aug. 24. Friday, Aug. - P-THS football scrim— forage hosts, Bristow, 6 pm. Monday, Aug. P-THS softball hosts MpLoud, 5 pm. Tgesday, Aug. P-THS softball at Cush- ing, 5 pm. 3:.Co’yle/HS softball hosts Ripley, 4:30 pm. ‘ Thursday. AUG: P-THS football scrim- mage at Ponca City, 6 pm. P-THS softball hosts Cleveland, 5 pm. 1 ,2 00er HS softball hosts V Mulhalmrlando, 4 pm. Igpsday,‘ saw-3 P-THS softball hosts, ‘ 'thtvv .. ,3 EMS softball-hosts Morrison, Spin)- .- 00er HS so‘ftballat hill hall-Orlando. 4_ pm. Friday..$ept.61 i. R- footbatlhusts :. nasse ,7*>p.m: Game bréadcast on‘-KGFY'105.5 EM'wfth the pregame show Thursday, July 4, 2019 - B1 » we“ Journal photos by More photos on Page . Rick Lomenick (405) “3-5222 ‘1. 2330 W Earphone!” 0W «.2 ‘ “23‘32 illlHll l ‘1! Nil 'u l tutti A look at this year ’s 65th Annual PR Rodeo Bie Master Certified New & PreOwned Models .re nodu com. ._ Gridders taking ‘Pride’ in workouts By Rick Lomenick Journal Sports Editor The weight room at Per- kins-Tryon High School is quiet this week because of the mandated Dead Week. But rest assured, activities will resume as Summer Pride enters its final weeks before the start of the new school year. Both the high schodl and middle school football players hit the weights and conditioning drills hard during June in preparation for the upcoming season. And head coach Bruce Williams couldn’t be hap- pier with what he’s seen thus far. “It has been awesome,” Williams said. “Our atten— dance had never been better.” Williams, who will be entering his sixth year at the help, credits an attendance policy implemented last year. It doesn’t provide for much of a chance to make up missed dates for unex— cused absences. Since it has been in effect, the kids have stepped up their efforts to be there. “You either come to Summer Pride and play or you don’t,” he said, “and not one kid missed out on playing because of Summer Pride.” Williams added thus far,’ only one player missed a workout because he over- slept. Other than that, those with excused absences were because of family vaca- tions, other summer sports participations or at church camp. . “is Bid with our competitive on moriey , market accounts, savings, and 1- Certificates ‘ ' of deposit, We’ll help your investrnents grow. Stop by to see how we can help you reach your , financial goals. “I know that all of the kids are accounted for,” he said. ‘ Workouts have been every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and will con— tinue with that schedule starting Monday. This is a change of schedule from years past when workouts were four days a week. Williams feels the kids are respbnding well to this schedule even though it is a bit longer each day. “Me personally it keeps the kids from gettingburned m ‘ m f .auwamdtk .. . A group of Perkins-Tryon High School football players 90 through weight Watchful eyesof the varsity coaches, go" rough a regiment of lifting and lifting workouts in the high school weight room as part of Summer Pride conditioning exercises in preparation for the upcoming season. Workouts workouts that took place three days a week during June. Players, under the ‘will continue Monday for another five weeks. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick out and allows us to go a little bit longer and get that little bit of conditioning in,” he said. The workouts will resume for about five weeks leading up to the start of preseason football practice. And there’s been a change in how the lift- ing workouts are being conducted in the weight. room located underneath the foyer of the high school gymnasium. Called Rack Performance, it is a web- based program that have 5‘ IPRIDE, Page A2 x Lobby Hours: . , Monday-Thursday 8 am. to 4pm. Friday 8 am. to 4:30 pm. Saturday 8 am. to Noon Member Drive-thus Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30 am. to 5 pm. Friday 7:30 am. to 6 pm. Saturday 7:30 am. to Noon