"
Newspaper Archive of
The Perkins Journal
Perkins, Oklahoma
Lyft
September 22, 1977     The Perkins Journal
PAGE 5     (5 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 5     (5 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 22, 1977
 

Newspaper Archive of The Perkins Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2023. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




The Perkins Journal Thursday, 22,1977-5 Demons Edged by Prague Red Devils 36-14 by Keith Disney Demons traveled to :ue last Friday to pit against the Prague Devils, one of the top teams in Class A. fact didn't discourage Demon's hopes of a and they went off at time with a 14-12 lead the Devils. The second did not go so well, Prague added 24 the board while the were unable to get line. The game received the open- [kick-off and started their scoring on their first possession. They traveled 75 years and Kenneth Taylol capped off the run with 4 yards for the TD. The conversion failed, and the first quarter ended with the Red Devils up 6-0. Prague again started the scoring in the second quarter when John Parker took in an 8 yard pass from quarterback Monty Stewart to put the finishing touches on a march of 83 yards. On the following kick-off the Demons took control on their own 29. In two plays the Demons had gained 11 yards Roger Norrie #80, Mark Anderson #33 and Pecos Bridenstine #15 charge in to assist in the tackle of Crawford #5 of Prague. X Quarterback Dewayne Deaver #11 finds a hole in the Prague defense and goes three yards for another Demon TD. imarron Valley $47.2700 Co-op, Inc. 247 S. Main for the first down on the Demon 40. On the following play, Mark Anderson scram- bled 60 yards for a Demon touchdown and PT was on the scoreboard. Prague fumbled on the kick-off return, and the Demons recovered, taking over on the Red Devils' 33 yard line. Quarterback Dwayne Deaver scored the second P-T TD on a 3 yard run, and the Demons completed a pass to Tim Spence for the two point conversion. The Demons led at half time 14-12. The Demons were unable to stop the Red Devils in the third quarter as Rick Garner took a six yard pass from Stewart, and Odell Crawford made the final yard for a TD. Stewart completed the 2 point conversion pass to put Prague ahead 28-14. Pecos Bridenstine, P-T corner back, had a near interception as he interfered with a touchdown pass from Stewart to Garner. The final Prague score came from a six yard scramble from Taylor with Stewart carrying in the two Tigers Roar 36-6 by Rick Lomenick In third outing, the P-T Junior High Footballers met a tough Crescent team and came off scratched. Cres- cent won the toss and elected to receive. On Crescent's first play of the game, they went forty yards around the end and were immediately in scoring position. Their first TD came on the second play of the drive butwas called back because of an offsides penalty. When the Demons got the ball George Murray bulled his way up the middle for the Demons' first down. As the Demons were moving the ball, they fumbled and Crescent recovered. Crescent's first TD came on a 23 yard TD run with no penalties. The extra points were good and Crescent lead 8-0. In the second quarter, Crescent got their second TD on a 52 yard run. When the Demons got the ball on the kick-off, they just Couldn't get the ball moving and were forced to punt. When it looked like Crescent would make an- other loog run for a touchdown, George Murray made a "17) saving tackle on the one-yard line. Crescent made their third TD on a one-yard plunge. The extra point attempt failed and Crescent stretched the lead to 20-0. It seemed that nothing went right for the Demons because they fumbled a kick-off and Crescent re- covered and took it in on an Demons Play Y point conversion. "I was happy and proud of our kids," smiled Coach Mcllvain. "They played their hearts out. "Some of our sophomores seemed to come alive this game," he continued. Dea- ver seemed to gain a little more confidence; Smalley had his best game so far, and Moore looked like he was firing offthe line better. "Anderson had a good game, as well as Rose, Magee, and Baker. Kelvin Smith played well in spite of a bad cold." The Statistics P-T. " Flnt Dm= ................. 9 16 Yar Rushi ............. I m Yards lmb ............... 0 30 Passes ..................... 0-2 44 iPamm Int. I/ ................ 0 1 Fumbl loa ................. 0 1 Pqnuiu ................... 15 N SCOltE BY QU,UWIS Prague ................ 6 6 16 8--M PICam-'l'ry .......... 0 14 0 0.-14 'r J,tXT Prague-Kenneth Taylor 4 rum (run tidied). 19Tn Ql.lhJIl'l 0hn Parker li Lisa from Mmty Stewart (ma hdled). Perkt.l'r,/0n--blark/mders0n 60 run (run failed). Peddt-Dn}e Deave 3 am (Tim Vanel Ires fr0m Deer). lad QUAWI'I Prague--Rick Gin-her 6 pass from Stewart (Taylor lm from Stenrt). 11 Crawford I run (Parker pare from Stewm) rmJAa'r Pralple-Taylor 6 rm (Stewart rm). eighteen yard TD run with the extra points good and Crescent was still ahead 28-0 going into half timo. At the beginning of the third quarter, Crescent kick- ed off to the Demons, who were unable to move it. When it looked like Crescent would score an- other touchdown, Demon Nicky Westbrook made a TD saving tackle. Crescent made their fifth TD on a 26 yard run and the extra points good. With the aid of penalties and good runs by George Murray, P-T marched down the field as the third quarter ended. Early in the 4th quarter, after Crescent was unable to move the ball and gave the ball over to the Demons on downs with good play by Mark Irwin. With 3 seconds left in the game and the Demons on the Crescent 15 yard line, Fred Pitts took a handoff and ran 15 yards for P-T's only score as the clock ran out of time. Crescent wins the game 36-6. -0- This page made possible by the following Demon Boosters - Designs by Shana Perkins Plumbing Shop Here Friday The Demons, now 1-2 for the year, are working hard for this week's game when they host Yale here. "0- Shana Collum 547.2118 Main & Chantry J. D. d Evelyn Anderson 547.2470 ! ! 1 S. Main Mark Anderson breaks loose from the { ./br a Denton TD. Demon 40 yardline and streaks 60 yards The Prague score board shows the effort put out by the Demons as they came from behind to lead at half time 14-12. Jude's Steak House Frank & Judy Spillars, Owners 224 N. Main Ralph's Packing Company Ralph a Sue Crane 547.2464 N.W. of Perkins Doll Rags, Inc. Dave & Charla Cupp Sports Wear Perkins DeI-Mar's Food Store 547.2555 219 S. Main P.J.'s Flowers, Gifts, & Crafts Patty Johnson 547-2763 147 S. Main Corner Fashions 547-2849 I01 S. Main Payne County Bank 202 S. Main 547.2862 Viola's Boutique Viola Moorman, Owner Gibble Country Corner Mark and Jo Pittman 547.2037 Jct. 33 & ! 77 Cimarron Auto Parts Johnnie & Mary Dean 547.2421 Stumbo & W. 2nd '., :i ,. .% % ::: :.:: :. % o o. % I I, o. :ii!i i/!i Perkins 'Y' Livestock Auction N.W. of Perkins Perkins Paint Supply Stella & Orval Ingram 307 N. Main Blumer's Champlin Station Hurley Blamer 148 S. Main Vassar Company 14 207 N. Main Olson Hardware Co. Alvin & ChessMen O/son 111 S. Main Perkins Drug "Full.Time Drug Dept." 547.2079 Calvin Anthony, Owner Pogue's City Plumbing Co., Inc. L.R. "Red" Pogue 547.2117 122 S. Main Riley's Steak House Arlis and Linda Riley, Owners 547-8907 115 S. Main Bill and Joan McDaniel Carl and Cleo Rose 54 7-26 76 Oleo Acres Mark & Jo Piffman E. on Hwy. 33 Dr. John C. Doyle Casey's Barber Shop Harvey Brixey. Farmers Union Insurance 547.2251 South Main Street Whistle Stop Harland Wells Baker's Dry Goods John Baker 54 7-246 ! 102 S. Main Strode Funeral Home 547.2100 372.5550 Vivian's Perkins Care Wayne & Vivlan Brake 547-2127 143 S. Main Main Service Center Ross Jacobs, Owner 547.2435 Comer Main & Thomas