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THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, July 5, 2001-7 rodeo action s named to all-area baseball team Karner and headSunday's edition. Karner saw action at several wins on the mound included a rBuck head a list Karner was named the area's positions on the field. When he no-hitter and a perfect game. De- Player of ihe Year while Buck wasn't catching or playing the The gem was hurled against team members received Coach ofthe Year hon- field, the soon-to-be-senior Pawnee in the district tourna- the Stillwater ors. The Demons finished the right-hander was pitching, merit. team. The year with an impressive 26-12 It was there that he gained a He struck out 62 in 49 1/3 in- made in record, lot of attention. Two of his six nings of work for an earned run average of 1.55. He also lost three games. "At the plate, Karner finished with a .419 batting average with 42 runs batted in. He also banged 12 doubles, four triples and five homers. Buck completed his ninth year as the head coach. Also named to the all-area first team was Eric Mills. He batted .393, which included 12 doubles, four triples, and two homers. He also stole 29 bases. As a pitcher, he finished with an 8-3 record notching 61 strikeouts in 68 innings. His ERA was 2.78. On the honorable mention list from P-T were Jeremy Mobley, Jase Collum, Rudy Darrow, Bo Smith, Michael Bowyer, Luke Spence, Josh Mobley, and ....... Jimmy Pike. nder Perkins Titans baseball team completed a winning season with a record of 26- Ripley players selected to the the North Central Oklahoma Baseball League and traveled to several team were Rusty McKee, Dillon Titans played in six tournaments, making it to the championship game in three Ripley, and Shawn McKee. Eric one other. The team had an impressive .483 batting average and was equally Romine was named to the hon- ty. The Cimarron Baseball Association is proud of the hard work andorable mention list. that these young men displayed over the past four months. The Titans would like to Named to the elite team from came out arid supported them this year. On the front row, from left, are Brad Coyle was Derrek Townsend. Garner, Jacob Hart, J.R. Kaika, Dusty Kelly, and Kirk Kinzie. Second row, Jared The squad was also comprised Pool, Zach Carter, Chance Townsend, Ryan Aikins, Drew Anderson, and Terry C row are coached John Kaika, Winfrey Kinzie, and Justin Hart. of players from Carney, Oilton, .Photo submitted Yale, Glencoe, Cushing, Perry, and Morrison. Look :se Calf roper Nick DiUey makes the final few loops with his rope W tie a calf during. Friday night's performance of the Perkins Round.Up Club Rodeo. Dilley initially turned in a good time oJ 11 seconds but was penalized an additional 10 second from breaking the barrier. He rebounded with a good time during Saturday night's performance. -Journal Photos by Rick Lomenick Cody Lumpkin finds things rough going while on the back of Agitator during Friday night's bull riding session. ivery Available the Stillwater and Perkins Area Try a New or Used Galv. Culvert Storage Containers Call for sizes Bullfighter Richard Smith applies his makeup prior to the start from Friday night's rodeo. In addition to assisting feUow clowns at keeping bulls away from bucked off cowboys, Smith also tol t a joke or two. Retail 1 "xl "x" .......... 45 .......... 32 1 4"xl 3A"x6" ........... 53 .......... 38 2"x2"x6" ................ 59 .......... 43 2"x2"xV4" ........... ...... 79 .......... 56 2"x3"xa/,6" ................ 79 .......... 54 2 "x2 "x'A" ........... 99 .......... 69 2 "x3"x'A" ............ $1.13 ...... :..81 3 "x3 "x3/ 6" ................ 89 .......... 67 3H ..,~ H --1 / /e =o x/, ,... ....... , .... $1.18 ......... 89 4"x8" x" !: .... ,'.L,.. $3.55 ...... $2.45 1.66x 13ga 43 !" I :l I I I ine Tan & Tone Under new ownership Cyndi & Larry Collins 547-5751 NO MEMBERSHIP FEES! Toning only $21.60/month. New bulbs for tanning. (air conditioned rooms) Appointments available walk-ins welcome I IlI I I I ill llI IlI I I I I I L ! ee Tir I=mi~ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Offers, I