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THE JOURNAL, Thursday, September 15, 2016 Ba "Tournament champs '- The Ripley Warriors were crowned champions of the recently-held Ripley High School Baseball Fall invitational Tournament. The Warriors rolled past Olive and Agra by scores of 312-1 and 10-0, respectively to reach the finals. In the championship game, Ripley nipped Carney 3—2. Photo by Stan Moffatt p fiCoyle falls to sw comm ‘ COYLE — The Coyle Bluejackets lost their second straight game of Ithe season following last week’s 50-40 setback to Southwest Covenant at rBluejacket Field. Coyle opened the season rwith a 54—[8 loss at Pio— peer—Pleasant Vale two "weeks ago. CHS will close tout the non-district portion rof the schedule at Dewar Friday night. The game is set to start at 7o’clock. Coyle jumped out to r20—8 first quarter lead and :expanded it to 28—16 at gialftime. The visiting Patri- tots trimmed the deficit to TAO—34 at the end of the Ithird quarter. Southwest scowsovs g) PageB2 Q0 file some type of appeal hiwhen something like this 3 etermines the outcome of #1 game. A simple “Oops, :yve goofed and nothing can we done‘about it,” shouldn’t Gundy released a state— ent Sunday urging fans to ove on like the team has. f‘I’m disappointed ti myself that I called a Covenant tallied 16 unan— swered fourth quarter points before the game was called because of lightning in the area. Sophomore running back Robert Taylor was the offensive highlight for the Bluejackets running for 250 yards on 17 carries and scoring two touchdowns. In passing, Chris Carnall hit 5-of-ll attempts for 97 yards and a touchdown. Chaz Newton caught all five passes for CHS. Defensively, the Blue— jackets were led by Brenden Weathers with 10 tackles. Weathers also logged one quarterback sack for four yards. Jevon Johnson also play that could have been interpreted as intentional grounding. Of course in hindsight, I wish I would have done it differently, but in the big picture, the ’ game should have been over,” Gundy said. “My reason for reaching out to you with this statement is this — we have another game on Saturday and letting the “Now That‘s A Pizza Coupon?" Present This Coupon For $2.00 OFF ANY LARGE PIZZA One coupon per customer per visit. One pizza per coupon. Not valid with other discounts. 7444416 Hidden Oasis Day Spa 122 S. Main Street - Perkins v (405) 547-6200 Proud to be a supporter of Perkins-Tryon students! Ampride Travel Plaza 1201 N. Perkins Rd., Perkins 547-501 1 gas/Land 02am! 419 E Hwy 33 - Perkins 405.547.5581 hellocateringcom ' facebook.com/hellocatering Breakfast 0 Lunch - Dinner had a sack for three yards. Carnal] recovered a Patriot fumble. Austin Adams returned five kickoffs totaling 126 yards including one ran back for a touchdown. Adams also rushed for one score. SW Covenant 50, Coyle 40 SW0 8 8 18 16—50 CHS 20 8 12 0~40 Rushing — CHS: Taylor 17-250, 2 TDs; Adams 8-42, TD; Newton 4—19; Smith 3-17. TD; Carnall 13—14. Passing—CH8:CarnaIl5—11~ 0, 97 yards, TD; Weathers 0-1-0, 0 yards. Receiving — CHS: Newton 5-97, TD. Tackles — CHS: Weathers 10, Carnall 4, Johnson 4, Taylor 4, Newton 3, Birdwell 2, Davis 2, Powers 2, Smith 2, Adams 1, Cummings 1. end of the Central Michigan game linger into this week would not help our team in any way. In our program, we talk all the time about controlling the things we can control and not getting caught up in the things we can’t control. We can con— trol how we focus on and prepare for Pittsburgh.” Well said coach. % Hid/Ii way 33 Perkins 547-2456 KINS TAG AGENCY W. David Sassen Agent ~ I i . f. p’ '1 23.231» Mainfitreet, Perkins (405)547-2134 Munjfit‘i a.m.to5 p.m., sat 9 am. to Noon Proud to be a supporter of Perkins-Tryon students! PREGAME b Page B1 and I feel like it is doing its job,” Williams added. P-T‘s passing game shined last week against McLoud and’it may be called on again this week. The offense’s confidence level should be up but still remember the task at hand. It’s all part of the goal to improve each week during this portion of the schedule. “We’re getting better and that was our Whole goal each and every week," Wil— liams said. “We’re seeing minuscule areas of improvement in some places and ing SCORING b Page B1 zone with 3:48 left inpthe first half. Defensive back Iaxon Swink intercepted a Hall pass and returned it 45 yards for a score in the third quarter. The special teams scorei. came after the safety when... '4 Blake Beal dashed down “ the visitors‘ sideline for a 56—yard return on the free kick. The first defense? down McLoud from'it-he start. On the Redskins’ opening drive, Arnold inter- cepted a Hall pass on the first play. McLoud’s next three drives ended when fourth down conversion attempts failed. Two of them set up P-T scoring drives. Another drive ended SOFTBALL Page B1 Larson and Madison Shipp reached on back—to—back bunt singles. Larson would score on a passed ball while Shipp scored on a Wamsley single up the middle for a 3—0 lead. Aldridge scored in the fourth when Larson reached on her second straight bunt single. The throw to first base ended up in foul ter- ritory allowing Aldridge to score and Larson to go to I I y l E 3921108 I l I I www.countrycomfort-hvac.com ' PO. Box 254 ' Perkins - 405 547-5046 ream SUPPORTING ACADEMICS E ATHLETICS v AREA SCHOOLS some places we’re seeing leaps and bounds of improvement.” through. What seems to be helping is spending more time on the practice field. Williams added the squad is utilizing Thursday as a light practice day rather than for a walk “We have. a practice on Thursday because we feel as a coaching staff our 'with the Mages safety and the clock ran out to end. the first half. Itrcontinued into the second half before the Redskins managed to score on the P-T reserves just . under the mid-point of the Ifi‘th quarter. 'i’ilt was then the Demons answered with their final score. The one-play drive was» set up by Swink’s 49—yard return of the McLoud kickoff to the MHS 17—yard line. Westfall turned in his best night of theyoung season in passing complet—i ing l4-of—25 attempts for 205 yards and three touch— downs. He also led the team in rushing with 50 yards on seven carries. second base. In the fourth, Tatum Swink reached on a one-out bunt single and later stole second base. Wamsley singled to right field to allow Swink to score for a 5-I advantage. Cowan sliced an oppo- site field triple down the left field foul line. One out ' later, Cowan scored when Morgan Hall reached on a fielder’s choice for a 6-1 lead. country COMfort HEATING AIR CONDITIONING. INC. Quality Sales and Service David Lara, President 246 5. Min 547.2414 Steve Kelley Myers PERKINS-TRYON SPORTS BOOSTERS PERKINS BUILDERS, SUPPLY " Payne County Bank Main Bank 202 S. Main, Perkins Convenience Branch 417 E. Hwy 3%, Perkins (405) 547-2436 www.mynecountybankxom is proud to be a booster of Perkins-Tryon sports Gayla - ' 219 N. Main - Stillwater kids need the reps to get better,” he said. “We’re not good enough to have‘a walk through yet and we’llplay thatby-ear and see is Vile need to scale it‘bac'k.”i" ‘93 ' P-T 44, McLoud 7 MHS 0 0 0 7 -: T P-Tfi 717 146—44 Rushing — MHS: Dye 24-134; Kinnamon 4-16, TD; Hail 17-15; Mitchell 3-9; Keller 2-7; Harbison 1-2. P-T: Westfall 7-50; Swink 1-17; Mages 4-5; Robinson 1-1; Hill 10; O’Brien 1-(-2); Vlfilliams 1-(-4). Passing MHS: Hall 4-10-2, 33 yards. P-T: Westtall 14-25-0, 205 yards, TDs; Williams 1-20, 17 yards, TD. Receiving —- MHS: Jordan 28; Phillips 1-15; Dye 1-10. P-T; Swink 6—73; Beck 4-43, 2 TDs; Arnold 3—93, TD; Calder 1-17, _TD; Aldridge 1+4). . Tackles - .P-T: Deer 9, Lawson 7, Munson7, Rush 5, Brown 4, Chapman 4, Decker 4, Stansberry 3, Aldridge 2, Allen2, Hazelbacker 2, Prough 2, Barta 1, O’Brien 1, Prickett 1, Shelton 1, Thomas 1, Tuley 1. Interceptions/returns — P-T: Arnold 1—0; Swink 1-45, TD. KO returns P-T: Swink 1-49; Beal 1-44, TD; Barta 1-0. Cushing’s lone run came in the top of the fifth when Megan Lee’s single hit third base. She would score on P-T’s lone error. P-T scattered 11 hits Cowan leading the way with a triple and single in three trips and two RBI. Field tossed a one-hitter enroute to the win. The run was unearned. Field struck out nine and did not allow a walk. THESE FINE AREA MERCHANTS YOU TO'SUPPORT ALL P-‘I' ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC EVENTS a License £02204 ItirHardfizStopATIm.‘ Glen GIMARRON VALLEY 00-0P 247 S. Main, Perkins 547-2423 @033 Highway 33 and Sadler Road - 547-2406 (“i :‘x‘? mm BLACK " ‘ ,. , .. com. --‘v.~"m’.rv¢n-'“mm;n\v.1