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i Sports THE JOURNAL, Thursday,. September 5, 2013 - B3 DEMONS Continued from Page B1 at the halfback positions, be the first time in several Fullback Clark Crotty fin- years, for example, that all ished with 18 yards on five linemen won't be playing carries, both offense and defense. "It was a good step for- Wertman said only one ward against a very solid will and that is senior Hennessey team," Wert- Trevor Johnson. man said. "Offensively, I He added that condition- thought we moved the ball ing is still a little behind well both running and pass- but felt the overall team ing. Defensively, we did a depth will help overcome lot of things that frustrated that, especially early in the them. It was a big step season. forward." P-T experienced one Shelby Reese will start varsity injury during the at quarterback. He ran for Hennessey scrimmage 11 yards on six carries in and that was to junior line- one series for the Demons. backer and quarterback Zac Bledsoe also played a Bledsoe. Bledsoe suffered series at quarterback and hit a shoulder injury near the 3-of-7 passes for 41 yards, end of the scrimmage. He also had one run for Wertman said Bledsoe three yards, would probably play. Matt Waitt was the The nine-year skipper leading receiver with three encourages a huge follow- catches for 41 yards while ing to Jones since this will John Sasser and Peyton be the last regular season added a catch each. game between the two The Demons will be teams. He applauded the playing a lot of kids, Wert- nice crowd that showed up man noted. In fact, this will at Hennessey last week. Perkins-Tryon senior Shelby Reese battles for yards during last week's scrimmage at Hennessey. Reese will start at quarterback for the Demons as they travel to Jones Friday night. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick TOURNEY Continued from Page B1 S H S The winning continued in the second and three in Continued from Page B1 last Tuesday with a 20-4 the third for the win. The Pioneers will be backs. Two quarterbacks win over the Lady Tigers P-T rolled to a 10-1 var- challenged by McAlester, a who also had their seasons at Cleveland. The Lady sity win last Monday here team that finished with an 8- shortened in 2012. Demons also claimed the against Guthrie. In the JV 5 overall record a year ago In McAlester's 42-18 JV game with an 8-3 ver- game, the Lady Demonsand finished second in dis- home field loss to Stillwa- dict. won 6-3. trict play with a 6-1 record ter a year ago, Wood went In the opener, P-T took Makayla Jones and behind Tulsa Kelley. to the sideline midway a quick 3-0 lead after one Bailey Wamsley provided The Buffaloes went through the opening quarter inning. Cleveland rallied the offensive surge. Jones deep into the playoffs, with what turned out to be in the bottom of the second clubbed a single and an defeating Collinsville and a heart ailment that would with four runs for a short- inside-the-park home run Deer Creek, before losing require s'urgery. Without lived 4-3 advantage. The while Wamsley added ain the semifinals to Tulsa Wood, the Buffs went to Lady Demons took over single and triple. East Central, 26-14. Plan B, which included withanine-runthird-inning Jones was also the The BuffaloesofCoach moving Pratt into the output to take the lead for winning pitcher with nine Bryan Pratt return thesignal-calling spot. McAl- good. One more was added strikeouts and allowing nucleus of that team, led ester never recovered. in the fourth with seven only three Lady Bluejays by 6-3,230-pound quar-Noble hadanimpressive insurance runs added in on base. terback Dalton Wood and varsity opener against the the fifth. In the JV game, Morgan wide receiver Caden Pratt. Buffaloes, completing 19- In the JV game, P-T Hall got the win in the This game shapes up asof-27 passes for 313 yards broke a 3-3 tie after the pitching circle with nine a battle of two teams with and four touchdowns. He first frame with two more strikeouts, talented, returning quarter- also rushed three times for Dentures - Parffals - Relines - Repairs 321 N-Main in Perkins Call (40S) 612-7304 for appointment Perkins-Tryon Touchdown Club 2013 Dear Perk ns-T Foo,ball Fans, On behalf of the P@-Tryon Touchdown Club, we would like to th~ you for your support of football in the P~Tryon school district. We are looking forward to ~ exciting 2013 Football season. Expectati@ are high for the upcoming Demon and Bandit s~ns! The Peddns-Tryo~ouchdown Club was formed to create communi~ excitement around the kr.al football pro~ and to build a successful relationship betwee~ the high school, junior high, and youth f~ball programs. Last year the Touchdown Club ~vided a pregame meal for all high school~es, a postgame meal for all high school away games, helped with field maintenance at Mc~vain Field, and high, and Bandit We are ~ only $250. year) as well as proceeds from and equipment. provided equipment and supplies f~ the high school, junior :you or your business the chance to purchase a advertising banner for all Demon and Bandit home games last , going on football season. All programs to purchase supplies The Perkins-Tryon Touchdown Club hopes you consider purchasing a sign for the season. Your support insures we can continue with our one priority, supporting the youth of Perkins-Tryon School District. Sincerely, Perkins-Tryon Touchdown Club Name ~ .... m - - - i Perkins, OK 74059 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) 880-0490 e-mail sasserappraisals @ provalue.net 's el well Elbow surgery went well the disabled list. Hefner for Jeremy Hefner and he posted on Twitter that he will soon start rehabilita- would begin rehab in about tion. a month. He recently said Hefner underwent his goal is to be back pitch- Tommy John surgery on ing in about a year. his right elbow about two He had been in the Mets weeks ago not long after he starting rotation since the was diagnosed with a par- beginning of the season and tially torn MCL. The New had a 4-8 record at the time York Mets placed him on his injury was diagnosed. COWBOYS Continued from Page Smith each had four catches with Stewart leading the way with 39 yards. Special teams play was mostly solid heavily rely- ing on the punting of Kip Smith who's six punts aver- aged 45.2 yards each with four of them pinning MSU inside its own 20-yard line to start drives. Kicker Ben Grogan hit all three extra point attempts but had his first collegiate field goal of B2 49 yards blocked and nearly returned for a touchdown as the first half closed. The defense held MSU 333 total yards. Justin Gil- bert and Zack Craig each intercepted a pass to halt drives. The Cowboys remain oh the road south of the Red River this week, this time against UT-San Antonio, coached by former OSU coach Larry Coker. The competition level won't be the same as Mississippi State but it will be impor- tant for OSU to continue to improve in all facets of the game. It would also be an opportunity for Chelf to redeem himself some after his slow start last week. After that, OSU will host Lamar in the home-opener on Sept. 14. 85 yards and two TDs. Before being sidelined with a knee injury against Tulsa Union, Noble passed for 1,074 yards as a sopho- more. After Friday's game, SHS travels to Midwest City for a non-league game, starting at 7 p.m. E R R O R S From Page B1 BANDITS base hits. At Guthrie, P-T held an From Page B2 early lead before the Lady starting at 12 noon. On Bluejays surged late for Nov. 2, the second and the win. third grade teams play The Lady Demons Stillwater while the fourth plated two runs in the top through sixth graders play of the first then another in Okmulgee. the second for a 3-0 lead. The NEOYFA playoffs Guthrie scored single runs begin Saturday, Nov. 9. in the. third and fourth Family owned and operated since 1959 National Award Winning Meats Ra11)11' hckin IR Com .p,liny Mon.-Fd. 7-11:30 a.m., 12:30-5 p,m. Sst. 7-11:30 e.m. 600 W. Freeman, Peel Ins 647-2464 iiilimi ~ l Your Local i to 3-2. 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