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B2 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, September 5, 2013 Sports Bandits open at Stillwater The Perkins Bandits football teams will open their Northeast Oklahoma Youth Football Association seasons this Saturday on the road at Stillwater. All of the games will be played at Pioneer Stadium located at the high school. The slate of five games started with second grade action at 2 p.m. followed by the third game at 3:15 p.m. The fourth grade will play at 4:30 p.m. and the fifth grade at 6 p.m. The final game of the day will be sixth grade action at 7: 30 p.m. Perkins will remain on the road the next week with fourth through sixth grade action slated at Bristow starting at 2:30 p.m. The third grade will have a bye and the second grade is not scheduled to play. The home portion of the season will be on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Mcllvain Field. The second and third grade teams play Cleveland start- ing at 12 noon. The fourth through sixth grade Bandits play Cushing starting at 2: 30 p.m. The Bandits will go back on the road to Dewey on Sept: 28, at Sperry on Oct. 5, and at Perry on Oct. 12, before finishing the regular season with three straight home dates starting Oct. 19 with Cleveland, fol- lowed by Mannford on Oct. 26, and Stillwater and Okmulgee on Nov. 2. On Oct. 12, the second graders will host Dewey See BANDITS Page B3 Ripley's Garret Gosney slides safely into third base after a leadoff double followed by an advance due to an error in the third inning. That helped the Warriors to a five-run rally enroute to an 8-3 win over MulhalI-Orlando last Tuesday at Ripley. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick .ors ra Some might have been disappointed that Okla- homa State didn't rack up an insane amount of offen- sive numbers last Saturday against Mississippi State to begin the 2013 season. The important thing was getting the win and that was attained 21-3 in Houston's Reliant Stadium. Next was an effective defensive effort and that too can be checked off the list. Let's face it, we as Cow- boys fans were spoiled by the huge offensive out- puts from the past few years. They make for nice headlines and highlights. But remember in some instances, it took those numbers for OSU to win as the defense would some- times make any offense look pretty good. But that gs RIPLEY - The Ripley Warriors useddler Salinas followed with a single then a five-run third inning to help put away stole second base before reaching third on a pesky Mulhall-Orlando squad at Ripley a passed ball. Houston Twoguns was hit last Tuesday by an 8-5 verdict, by a pitch before Corey Sadler reached RHS concluded the week with its annual on another M-O error that scored Salinas. trek to Missouri. Twoguns, Sadler, and Trevor Watts also The visiting Panthers, coached byscored for the 5-0 advantage. first-year skipper Kirk Kinzie who is a Ripley added an insurance run in the Perkins-Tryon graduate, took a 2-0 lead fourth inning and two more in the fifth. in the top of the first inning with the help M-O's final run came in the top of the of three Warrior errors that resulted in the sixth. unearned runs. That score would hold up The Warriors were limited to three until the bottom of the third frame when hits but took advantage of four Panthers Ripley finally got the bats roiling, errors. Twoguns was the winning pitcher Garret Gosney led off with a double in six innings of work. He gave up three then moved to third base on an error. He runs on three hits but struck out 10 and would later score on a passed ball. Chan- walked three. ogs ' Rick Lomenick was different Saturday. It yards on 13 carries and one would also be something touchdown, the first scored the OSU coaching staff may by OSU with 1:33 left in the rely on until the offense gets first half. It was three-yard untracked, jog that capped a six-play Keeping a Southeastern 69-yard drive. Walsh also Conference team out of the had the biggest play of the endzone is no small task drive with a 46-yard run regardless of who they then followed with a 12- are. Hopefully that will yard scamper to the MSU give this OSU group added three-yard line. He would confidence as they prepare score on the next play. for the upcoming games Tailback Jeremy Smith against less than stellar scored OSU's two second opponents in Texas-San half touchdowns on runs Antonio and Lamar. More of one yard and 20 yards. on them later. All along, the defense kept Head coach Mike Gundy Mississippi State in check. didn't take long to make Smith finished the game the quarterback change to with 102 yards on 15 car- J.W. Walsh from starter ties. Cint Chelf. Chelf and the Considering the slow offense was stagnant in the start OSU got off too, two series he took snaps, the final statistics weren't And things weren't much too shabby with numbers better for Walsh early on as many teams would dream MSU held a 3-0 lead thanks of getting. The Cowboys to a 40-yard opening-drive generated 432 yards of field goal. But thing started total offense with 286 looking better in the dos- of those rushing and the ing minutes of the second remaining 146 in passing. quarter. Backup tailback Desmond The defense was already Roland finished with 46 keeping the Cowboys in the yards on 10 carries in his game with an aggressive first significant action. effort that was needed in In passing, Walsh was recent years. New defensive 18-of-27 for 135 yards. coordinator Glenn Spencer Chelf was 3-of-6 for 11 delivered that against the yards. Neither threw an Bulldogs. interception and as a team, Walsh became the first OSU did not turn the ball OSU quarterback since Zac over. Josh Stewart, Tracy Robinson to rush for over Moore, Charlie Moore, and 100 years in a game as he notched a team-high 125 See COWBOYS Page B3 I 718 East 99th Street Perkins 405.547.5581 hellocatering.com facebook.com/hellocatering Breakfast o Lunch Dinner Catering for All Occasions - Corporate Events - Weddings - Parties & More ' -2" .// "Now That's A Pizza CouponT' "qq'ow Present This Coupon For fit q izzal' , $2.00 OFF I HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING. INC. ANY LARGE PIZZA Quality Sales and Service One coupon per customer per visit. Z~tr/ David Lara, President One pizza per coupon. Not valid with Hi,way 33 Perkins www.countrycomfort-hvac.com other discounts. 547-2456 P.O. Box 254 Perkins 547-5046 License #02204 PgSrne Bank (405) 547-2436 www.paynecountybank.com 246 S. 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