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Thursday, August 26, 2010 & II I I I Lady Demons in Hall of Fame Classic in OKC The Lady Demons will play three games in this weekend's Hall of Fame Classic festival at the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium complex in Oklahoma City. P-T will face Rush Springs at 7 p.m. Friday. The other two games will be played Saturday beginning with a 12 noon encounter with Lone Grove and a 6:30 p.m. game with Lexing- ton. CALENDAR Thursday, Aug. 26 • P-THS football scrim- mage at Hennessey, 6 p.m. • P-TJH fast-pitch softball at Meeker tourna- ment through Saturday. • Glencoe HS baseball at Leedey Tournament through Saturday. • Ripley HS baseball hosts Shidler, 4:30 p.m. • Ripley JH baseball at Dover, 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 27 • P-THS fast-pitch softball at Hall of Fame Shootout, Oklahoma City, TBA, through Saturday. • Ripley HS baseball at Oilton, 4:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 30 • P-THS fast-pitch softball vs. Mounds and Mannford at Mannford, 4: 30 p.m., 7&7. • P-TJH fast-pitch softball hosts Mannford, 5 p.m., 5&5. • Glencoe HS baseball at Shidler, 4:30 p.m. • Ripley HS baseball at Cimarron, 4:30 p.m. • Ripley JH baseball at Dale tournament through Wednesday, Sept. 1. Tuesday, Aug. 31 • P-THS fast-pitch softball hosts Stroud, 4: 30 p.m., V&JV. • P-TJH fast-pitch softball at Prague, 4:30 p.m., 5&5. • Glencoe HS baseball at Ripley, 4:30 p.m. • Ripley HS baseball hosts Glencoe, 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 2 • P-TJH softball hosts Cushing, 4:30 p.m., 5&5. • P-TJH football hosts Bethel, 5 p.m. • P-THS fast-pitch softball vs. Prague and Okemah at Prague, 6 p.m., 7&7. • Glencoe HS baseball hosts Oilton, 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 3 • P-THS football at Jones, 7:30 p.m. Game broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM with pregame show at 7 p.m. • Stillwater HS football hosts Springdale Har- Ber, 7:30 p.m. Game broadcast on KVRO 101.1 FM. • Coyle HS football at Agra, 7:30 p.m. • Carney HS football hosts Macomb, 7:30 p.m. • Glencoe HS baseball hosts Drummond, 4 p.m. • Ripley HS baseball hosts Oklahoma/Missouri Festival through Satur- day, Sept. 4. I Freshman Hannah Runner gets hit by a pitch during second inning action of Monday's home-opener with the Cushing Lady Tigers. Runner was also hit again in the fourth inning. The visitors escaped with an 11-10 win. Journal photo by Kyle Lomenick By Rick Lomenick Barta would score when Matheson, Shipp, Hughes, Journal Sports Editor Taylor Hughes grounded and Adkism with two For awhile, the Perkins- out. Hannah Runner, who each. Tryon Lady Demons looked reached on a base hit and The Lady Demons may like they buried themselves stole second scored when not have won the overall in too deep of a hole to dig Kristen Chappell reached championship or placed out against the Cushing on an error. Chappell in the trophy rounds of last Lady Tigers here Monday. would later score on Smal- weekend's Perry tourna- They just about got out. ley single in her second at ment. The team, however, A seventk inning rally bat in the inning to pull the did accomplish one of its fell short for P-T as they Lady Demons to within a goals. dropped 'a disappointing run at 11-10. P-T recorded five wins 11-10 marathon game to P-T had runners in during the three-day event. the Lady Tigers to open scoring position with Jeri That ran the team's record the home portion of the Adkism at third who ini- to 9-4 after Saturday's schedule, tially reached on a walk and games. And on Saturday, Going into the top of Smalley at second base. But the Lady Demons won their the seventh, P-T trailed by the game ended on a ground three games by shutouts. a 5-4 margin before things ball for the third out to stop The day ended with a went south for the home the rally. 5-0 win over the Chisholm team. Cushing tallied six Cushing gotontheboard Lady Longhorns in four runs in the inning on five with four runs in the top of innings. P-T added two hits to surge ahead 11-4. the second but P-T equaled runs in the second and third Then came the bottom of the mark in the bottom of innings and a single score the frame, the fourth highlighted by a in the fourth. P-T scattered Breanna Smalley led three-run triple by Smalley. seven hits with Smalley and off with a walk and one Cushing was able to score Matheson leading the way out later she scored on a what proved to be the most with a double each. Blaine Matheson double, critical run of the game in P-T played two pool Matheson and Lacey the top of the fifth for the games before the final Shipp, who reached on a slim 5-4 advantage to set up bracket contest. P-T limped single, scored when Jenna the wild finish, to a 1-0 win over Woodland Barta singled to right field P-T clubbed 12 hits in for an 11-7 score, the game led by Smalley, See RALLY Page B3 By Rick Lomenick Journal Sports Editor PERRY - Perkins-Tryon faired well in their first controlled scrimmage of the season at Perry Friday night. And in the end, it was the weather that was the only thing that essentially stopped the Demons was the weather. P-T's final tune-up will be tonight at Hennessey. The head-to-head scrim- mage with the Eagles will begin at 6 p.m. The event will be for the 9 12th grade players. The Demons squared off against host Perry and Sperry, P-T was to have hosted Blackwell but it was cancelled by the visi- tors. P-T head coach Lloyd Wertman was able to garner the scrimmage early last week. P-T's varsity turned in solid performances against both teams without know- ing much about what they would face. "Going in cold turkey like we were and not knowing much offensively or defensively about either team I was real proud of our young men," Wertman Perkins-Tryon halfback Brady Huckabay leaps high into the air to pull down a touchdown pass from quarterback Travis Battles while surrounded by three Perry defenders during a three-way scrimmage Friday night at Perry. Earlier in the scrim- mage, Huckabay ran for a touchdown. Sperry was also part of the event. The Demons will be at Hennessey tonight for the final scrimmage of the preseason beginning at 6 p .m. Journal photo by Kyle Lomenick said afterward. "At first I on defense, sive starters. LinemenWright both got snaps with thought we were a little bit "We were very, very, Cy Thomas Boles and the first offense. lackadaisical offensively very plain jane vanilla Thomas Foster sat out the P-T's first offense took and defensively but I think just like we always are for scrimmage as did fullback to the field against Perry we kinda settled down did scrimmages." he said. "I Justin Adkism. Wertmanand wasted little time get- some things." was glad we were able to was pleased with the way ring into the end zone. On And in true Wertman run our basic stuff and have Dillon Turner and Codythe second play, speedster fashion, the Demons ran success." Krug stepped in on theBrady Huckabay sprinted a few basic scripted plays P-T was without theline. Reserve fullbacks offensively and basic sets services of three offen- Devin Peyton and Lucas See DEMONS Page B2 Chatr-back ndra Financially, times are [ the SHS baseballers have Holt. "It's been a good ..... ij , IThis is the second year head baseball coach Tony tough these days for schools : .... in the state. ] i ,. , ' p .... ::El been involved in this sig- fundraiser for us but has ' ~'~ :: • .i';. .... ::. .... :~ ~ .~i~ A lack of funding has nificant fundraiser, which been one that includes a lot .... ~:~:,~i~!i:: includes many hours ofof hard work." forced schools to trim pro- ~i grams, services and staff. . By Ron Holt work. SHS baseballers, ninth Athletics is one area that sports booster clubs will on its annual fundraiser, "This has been a majorgrade through 12th, along is feeling the affects of the become even more ben- which includes installing fundraiser for our program, with help from many par- dwindling funds, eficial, chair-back seats at Okla- The past two years we've ents, grandparents, siblings That's why fund-raisers Stillwater High's base- home State's Boone Pick- handled all the installation and supportfromindividual ball team has been busy ens Stadium. ourselves," said Pioneer See PIONEERS Page B3 Branch Lobby Hours: Money doesn't grow Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on trees... Saturday 9:00 a.m. to Noon Drive-thru Hours: with our competitive rates on money market accounts, savings, and certificates Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. of deposit, we'll help your investments grow. Saturday 7:30 a.m. to Noon Stop by to see how we can help you reach your financial goals. Member