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Sports THE JOURNAL, Thursday, August 4, 2011 B3 DISTRICTS Continued from Page BethelvBristow, Chandler, and Prague. Seminole joins Cushing as new members of the group. P-T head coach Lloyd Wertman was part of the seven-man committee that drew up the new Class 3A districts during last week's Oklahoma Coaches Associ- ation clinic in Tulsa. Wert- man said he was pleased with the way the Demons' new district shaped up. "I think it will be better with all the teams centrally located to each other," Wertman said earlier this week. "We'll now play a rival in Cushing and another school with a rich football tradition in Seminole." Once the playoffs begin, the new proposed district will be matched up with opponents from District 3A-4, which includes teams from the southern parts of Oklahoma. They include Madill, Plainview, Pauls Valley, Lone Grove, Dickson, Purcell, Sulphur, and Atoka. B1 P-T and Cushing had always squared off in the non-district portion of the schedule for several years. Because of the proposed district setup, P-T will still play four non-district games. Jones and McLoud are still on the non-district and will be the first two games, respectively. Ver- digris will be the Week 3 opponent. P-T will also have one other non-district game. There are 58 teams that will make up Class 3A next season. Six of the eight dis- tricts will consist of seven teams. The other two will have eight; one on each side of the state. Once the new district assignments are approved by the OSSAA, Wertman said a meeting will be held to finalize the 2012 and 2013 schedules. Since P-T is in a seven- team district, a fourth non-district game will be played. Wertman said it will most likely be a team coming from District 3A- 6. And he's hoping he gets the luck of a draw to have that game as the last regu- lar season matchup much like this year's game with Beggs. In Class 6A, the Stillwa- tar Pioneers will be matched up against several familiar foes in their proposed new district. SHS will be part of District 6A,3 which will include Tulsa Union, Owasso, Enid, Ponca City, Bixby, Sand Springs, and Bartlesville. The Guthrie Bluejays will be part of District 5A-1 next season. That district will also include Midwest City Carl Albert, Deer Creek, Oklahoma City Bishop McGuinness, El Reno, Western Heights, Northwest Classen, and Guymon. Classes 6A, 5A, and 4A each have four eight-team districts. In eight-man football, Agra and Coyle will be part of District B-3. Also in that district are Welch, Perkins Old Settlers' Day/Harvest Fast Parade Entry Form 2011 Theme: "A Walk Down Memory lane" Event Ite: Sarday September 10, 20112 F7 n Entry Deadline: August 31, 2011 Check In/Line Up: 10:00 a.m.[] [] Parade: 11:00 a.m53 D Judging: During parade Pleu Print - Contact name: Organization: Address: Phone: E-Mail: [] [] 13 [] Eq. [] [] (For entry confirmation & line-up number) Please select (circle) your Parade Category: Band [] J L I-) Native American DressD FI Tractors Bikes, Trikes, & Tykes[] c0 Open Class I1 I1 L/ Vehicle FIoat[ /1 I I I ] Saddle Club/HorsesLl [ Youth Entry Description: Please provide a note of interest or highlight regarding your parade entry to be read by the event emcee (attach additional page if necessary): *Parade judges will determine category winners based on criteria including compliance with parade theme, originality, creativity and crowd appeal when applicable *All entrants are expected to check in and line up in the designated staging area and follow the designated parade x)ute. In consideration of acceptance of this entry, I hereby waive any and all claims for myself and my heirs, successors, or assigns against the Perkins Chamber of Commerce, or any of their agents, officers, volunteers and/or employees for any injury or illness, theft or other damage which may directly or indirectly result from my participation at any Perkins Chamber of Commerce event or activity while on their "premises," and I further agree to save and hold said parties harmless and agree to indemnify each of said parties against all liability for any loss, cost injury or damage to ersons or property which may arise by virtue of my participation of being on the "premises," of a Perkins Chamber of Commerce event. I understand that Perkins Chamber of Commerce events/activities may be cancelled in the sole judgment and discretion of the sponsors, while in agreement with the sponsor, if unsaid conditions exist due to rain, heat, civil defense, strikes or other circumstances. I further agree that the times of said event/activity may change at the sole discretion of the sponsors. I understand that while I am participating in said event/activity the sponsors or their agents may photograph me, and I agree to allow my photograph to be taken and used as the sponsors see fit. I have read and agree with the conditions above. Signature: Mall Your Entey To: [J LI I: LI LJ LJ Perkins Community Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box J02 Perkins, OK 74059 Or fox to: (405) 547-4862 Or Emil to arentOpoynecounfybonk.com Vendor Booth Application Old Settler's Day September 10, 2011 (Please Print) ';" Name: Email: Z Home Phone: Cell Phone Address: Products: __ Number of booth spaces requested Electricity MAY be available. Please cheek if needed. __ PtELEASE: In consideration of acceptance of this entry, I hereby waive any and all claims for myself and my heirs, successors, or assigns against the Perkins Chamber of Commerce, or any of their agents, officers, volunteers and/or employees for any injury or illness, theft or other damage which may directly or indirectly result from my participation at any Perkins Chamber of Commerce event or activity while on their "premises," and I further agree to save and hold said parties harmless and agree to indemnify each of said parties against all liability for any loss, cost injury or damage to persons or property which may arise by virtue of my participation of being on the "premises," of a Perkins Chamber of Commerce event. I understand that Perkins Chamber of Commerce events/activities may be oaneeUed in the sole judgment and discretion of the sponsors, while in agreement with the sponsor, if unsaid conditions exist due to rain, heat, civil defense, strikes or other circumstances. I further agree that the times of said event/activity may change at the sole discretion of the sponsors. I understand that while I am participating in said event/activity the sponsors or their agents may photograph me, and I agree to allow my photograph to be taken and used as the sponsors see fit. I have read and agree with the conditions above. Signature: . Please mail this application back to: Or Fax to: 405-547-5026 Frontier Realty Attn: Vender Coordinator PO Box 69 Perkins, OK 74059-0502 For Questions: 405-547-2000 South Coffeyville, Copan, Oaks, Watts, Woodland, Riverfield CountryDay, and Rejoice Christian. Carney will be part of District C-4. The rest of the district consists of Thacker- villa, Victory Life Acad- emy, Maud, Sasakawa, Arkoma, Webbers Falls, Bokoshe, and Midway. The following are the proposed districts in Class 3A: 3A-1 - Blanchard, Bridge Creek, Marlow, Tuttle, Little Axe, Jones, Mount St. Mary. 3A-2 - Bethany, Heritage Hall, John Marshall, King- fisher, Newcastle, Centen- nial, Star Spencer. 3A-3 - Bethel, Bristow, Chandler, Perkins-Tryon, Cushing, Prague, Seminole. 3A-4 " Madill, Plainview, Pauls Valley, Lone Grove, Dickson, Purcell, Sulphur, Atoka. 3A-5 - Berryhill, Black- well, Claremore-Sequoyah, Dewey, Metro Christian, Sperry, Verdigris. 3A-6 - Beggs, Henryetta, Inola, Kellyville, Morris, Okmulgee, Victory Chris- tian. 3A-7-Hilldale, Keys, Lin- coln Christian, Locust Grove, Jay, Tahlequah-Sequoyah, Westville. 3A-8- Checotah, Eufaula, Heavener, Idabel, Roland, Spiro, Stigler, Valliant. Scholarship recipient Devin Kerns, a 2011 Stillwater High School graduate and a four-year varsity player for the Lady Pioneers volleyball team, was one of only three senior volleyball players in the state to receive the 2011 Jesse Cooper Scholarship. It is awarded by the Oklahoma Volleyball Coaches Association. One student athlete, who exemplifies leadership, academic excellence, and community service, is selected from Class 4A, 5A, and 6A volleyball teams to receive this award annu- ally. The applicants were also required to write an essay on what volleyball has meant to them in their life. Chad McKee, President of the OKVCA, awarded the scholarship to Kerns between the 5A and 6A matches at the Oklahoma All State Games held at Broken Arrow High School last week. Pictured with her award is Kerns and SHS volleyba!l head coach, Lisa Baumann. Photo provided PET S|TTmN@ SERVICE "Let me take care of your pets or small farm while you are t" .... away, !! ' Animal Care Water Indoor / Outdoor Plants Pick up mail and newspapers Odd Jobs Lisa Sasser (405) 747-7584 Experienced Dependable Reasonable Rates I ...... /7 Perkins-Tryon Touchdown Club 2011 Dear Perkins-Try ootball Fans, On behalf of the Perkins-Tryon Touchdown Club, we would like to thank you for your support of football  the Perkins-Tryon school district. We are looking forward to an exciting 2011 Football sen. Last year the Demons finished 9-2 and were district champions. The Bandits youth football teams also had a great season. The fourth grade team was league iii!i champions and th third grade team finished second in the Deep Fork Valley League. The Perkins-Tryon Touchdown Club was formed to create community excitement around the local football programs and to build a successful relationship between the high school, junior high, and yth football programs. In the past three years, we have sold advertising signs at Mclllvain idd, and have risen over $15,000 for the Demon and Bandit programs. i!ili!iiil We are again you or your business the chance to purchase a 3x8 banner for only $250. This i have added signs for $150 and a payment pl (1/2 down, remainder iii)ii due be up during al! games last,. , other activities  the football season. All proceeds Bandit programs to purchase The Perkins-Tryon Touchdown Club hopes 2 season. Your support insures we can continue youth of Perkins-Tryon School District. 1 will consider purchasing a sign for the number one priority, supporting the Sincerely, Perkins-Tryon Touchdown Club Mail form and check tO PerkinsiTryoll TD Club. P.O. Box 442, Perkins, O]K 74059 Name Address Contact E-Mail Contact Phone # A Touchdown Club member will be in contact to collect your banner information For more information, contact Robert Sasser - Phone (405) 547-2296 e-mail sasserappraisals @ provalue, net !