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00ports I : : :, I THE JOURNAL, Thursday, July 8, 2010 - B3, 00VIore rodeo! DEMONS C:.s)00.re..Re ,e ,se: Ja0000s.on. Dani Turner goes around a barrel during the open barrel racing event at Friday night's performance of the Perkins Round-Up Club Rodeo. Turner finished the cloverleaf pat- tern in 18.687 seconds. Journal photos by Rick Lomenick Layne Williams of Okemah stays on the bull Magic Carpet ,. Ride for the required eight seconds to earn a score of 76 points during Friday night's rodeo performance. Breeden also clubbed a RBI single that scored Longbrake. Mullins scored on a wild pitch to help with the outburst. Taylor Smith pitched the first four innings giving up the two runs on two hits. He struck out seven but walked five. Zayne Dougan mopped up in relief in the top of the fifth and retired the side in order while notching a pair of strikeouts. Mullins, Marone, and Boles each had two hits to lead P-T at the plate. Mullins, Boles, and Taylor Smith pounded a double each. In the second game, the junior varsity Demons used a four-run rally in the home portion of the fourth inning for the win. Mannford took an early lead with two runs in the top of the first. P-T plated single runs in the second and third innings to forge a 2-2 tie. Tanner Bridenstine scored in the second inning after a Taylor Watts single. In the third, Mark Gilbert walked then later scored on a wild pitch. The Pirates added two more runs in the top of the fourth to take their last lead of the game. In the bottom of the frame, Bridenstine reached on a one out single then scored PLT's first run when Kyle Richards hit a fielder's choice that forced Taylor Watts out at second. Richards scored on a Reese bases loaded walk for a 4- 4 tie. Gilbert reached on an error and later scored when Taylor Smith was hit by a B1 pitCh with the bases loaded. That gave P-T a 5-4 advan- tage. An insurance run was added when Alley scored on a Dougan single for what proved to be the 6-4 final score. Alley had reached on a base hit. In the top of the fifth, Dougan capped his per- formance on the mound by striking out the side to preserve the win. The right- hander went the distance striking out eight while giving up the four runs on three hits. Watts led the Demons at the plate with a pair of singles in two trips. lley, Dougan, and Bridenstine each singled. P-T 14, Mannford 2 (First game) MHS 011 00- 2 2 3 P-T 402 8x-14 8 1 Taylor Smith, Zayne Dougan (5 t") and Cy Boles. W-Smith. Extra-base hits - Mullins 2B, Boles 2B, T. Smith 2B. P-T 6, Mannford 4 (Second game) MHS 200 20-4 3 4 P-T : 011 4x-6 5 2 Zayne Dougan and Dalton Smith, Cy Boles (3'd). W-Dougan. P-T pitcher Taylor Smith hurls a pitch during last Tuesday's game here with the Mannford Pirates. Smith pitched four innings for the win in the 14-2 opener. Smith gave up two runs on two hits but finished with seven strike outs. This was the Demons' final summer league game this year. Journal photo by Kyle Lomenick Football 101. for women set at OSU STILLWATER -- Coach Mike Gundy and the Oklahoma State foot- ball program host the 2010 Football 101 For Women clinic on Saturday, July 31. Check-in is at 4 p.m. in the Wes Watkins Center and the deadline tO register is July 29. The clinic is geared toward women that are Cowboy fans wanting an authentic OSU football game day experience. Participants will enjoy a meal in the same plush training table dining area where the Cowboys eat and will get both individual and group instruction from the Oklahoma State coaches in the position meeting rooms that the team utilizes. There will be an exclu- sive question-and-answer session with Mike Gundy and his wife, Kristen as well as presentations on team equipment, training room techniques and strength and conditioning from members of the OSU staff. Participants will experi- ence the rush that comes from storming the field at Boone Pickens Stadium how the Cowboys do on game day. 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