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B4 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, September 22, 2011 SOFTBALL Continued from Page B1 inning. Runner and Dotter reach reached on hits then scored on passed balls. Dale rallied for seven runs in the bottom of the frame off four walks and three errors. P- T's final run came in the top of the second frame. Last Monday, the Lady Demons hosted Morrison and Holdenville in a trian- gular as part of "Win-Win Week" festivities. P-T went 1-1 in the event was the real winner was the program that raised money for cancer research. The Lady Demons defeated Morrison 6-1 behind a solid performance. However, P-T lost to Hold- enville. P-T did turn in a couple of dandy defensive plays in the Holdenville game as Dotter threw out two runners from centerfield. The first time was at third base and the second time at home. Eden Chapel United Methodist Church donated the money for the team's commemorative shirts worn in the games. The team also wore them as they collected donations at the football game Friday night. A preliminary count of the. contributions are over $800, said head coach Carla Hart. A change drive at the high school netted 35 Perkins resident Leslie Smith threw out the cer- emonial first pitch during last Monday's softball triangular here. The Lady Demons used the games to promote "Win-Win Week" to promote cancer awareness. Smith herself is battling cancer. Courtesy photo by Jay Littau pounds of loose coins. A more accurate amount will be known for next week's paper. Leslie Smith of Perkins threw out the ceremonial first pitch last Monday. She is currently waging her own battle with cancer. The Lady Demons began Class 3A district tournament action at Sperry Wednesday afternoon. If both teams split the two scheduled games, the "if necessary" game will be played at 4 p.m. today. RIPLEY Continued from Page B3 runs batted in. each time at bat. Jayman Williams fol- Earlier in the week, lowed with a 2-for-2 outing. Ripley lost a 9-8 contest LeviMorris was also 2-for- at Oilton that went nine 2 with an RBI. innings. OHS scored the The Warriors scored winning run in the bottom a single run in the first of the ninth with a walk off inning then put the game single. away with an eight-run The Warriors found second inning, themselves in a hole early In quarterfinals action trailing as much as 8-1. later that evening, the Ripley cut the deficit in The offensive linemen for the Perkins-Tryon Demons this season are, front row, from left: Corbin Reid, Kyle Richards, Trey Sasser, Ryan Richards, Cy Boles, Bubba Grotheer, Cody Krug, Chesil Gosney, and Braden Fielding. Back row: Logan Crotty, Isaiah Ownby, Austin Nietenhoefer, Rusty Norton, Braxton Reid, Trevor Johnson, Cole Courtright, Dylan Rafael, Gregg Dodd, and Ben Kadavy. Journal photo by Flick Lomenlck 'SECOND SEASON' Continued from Page B1 been pretty good," he said. The defense has forced 8 turnovers district game so you don't start out In three games, there has only been in a hole," Wertman said. "It's scary one bad snap and that came in the because then you have to fight tooth McLoud contest. Wertman is pleased and nail from there. We'll definitely with the job center Bubba Grotheer have a bulls-eye on our backs." has been: doing and its something In other games around the dis- that is worked on daily, especially would stress the importance of get- trier, Little Axe will host Bristow during Wednesday practices. During ring off to a good start now that the and Chandler will host Star Spencer. that session, centers will snap the ball district season is here. Prague is the first team to play outside 50-75 times each. "It's very important to win that first the district, hosting Holdenville. DEMONS in the first three games with five inter- ceptions and three fumble recoveries. The team is also averaging just over 63 tackles a game. Wertman said he and his staff Warriors lost to Mulhall- half with an 8-4 score after Cushing eight-yard line. A all over Greenfield. Morris The score became tiedCushing moved the ball to entered the game in relief in in the fifth led by Gosney' s the four-y d line. Then two the second inning and kept lead off home run. Gosney carries from halfback Tyler the Panthers in check, finished the game with a Taffresulted in a score with Williams clubbed a 2-4 outing that included a 32 seconds left in the first two-RgI double in thesingle. Dalton Watts went half. The two-point con- sixth inning. 2-for-3 and two walks, version failed leaving the In Saturday morning'sRHS begins district visiting Tigers with a slim consolation game withbaseball action today at 14-12 halftime lead. Drummond, the Warriors Dale. The Warriors will "Our special teams play received a 10-strikeout per- play Olive at 2 p.m. A loss was huge for us," Wertman formancefromTylerJardot would put them in the 4 said. "The blocked punt enroute to a 7-3 win.p.m. game with Dale. had to be the biggest play Williams finished 2- A win and Ripley would of the game to help get us for-2 and scored three runs play at 6 p.m. against the started." while Abraham Lincoln fin- winner of the Dale-Olive A bad punt by Cushing ished with a 2-for-3 outing, game. The tournament in the third quarter set up Jardot also clubbed a double concludes on Friday. the go-ahead score by P-T. and Gosney reached base The Demons moved the ball Continued from Page B1 lead with 4:31 left in the down to inside the Cushing two-point conversion and a the leading tackler with opening.frame. 10-yard line but penalties 30-22 score. 13. Clark Crotty followed Cushing's next score stalled the drive. Kinzie P-T couldn't run out with 12. came early in the second then drilled a 35-yard field the remaining seconds as P-T 30, Cushing 22 quarter on a nine-yardgoal to give P-T a 15-14 Cushing had preserved its CHS 7 7 0 8-22 run by Murray and with lead with 5:15 left. timeouts. After a Kinzie P-T 6 6 3 15-30 the PAT kick, the Tigers P-T expanded the lead punt, the Tigers had one Rushing -CHS: Murray 14- increased their advantage in the fourth quarter with more opportunity to force 102, 2 TDs; Myers 14-94. P-T: T. Taft 14-89; White 12-56, Battles to 14-6 at the 9:49 mark. two touchdown runs by a possible overtime with 11-38, 2 TDs; Edwards 8-17; S. P-T appeared on its way Battles. The first came 24 seconds left. Two pass Taft 1-16; Adkism 6-14. for a score at the midway on the second play of the completions and a 15-yard Passing - CHS: Murray 11- 20-2, 99 yards, TD. P-T: Battles point of the frame but quarter on a five-yard run. run by Murray moved the 9-17-0, 175 yards, TD. a fumble by Adkism at Kinzie's kick increased the ball to the P-T 46-yard line. Receiving - CHS: Knight 4- the Cushing 13-yard line margin to 22-14. The score Then on the last play of the 39; D. Myers 3-26, TD; McKnight 2-14; K. Myers 1-8; Stallworth 1- stopped the drive, was set up when Shane Taff game with one second on 2. P-T: Bunch 4-67; White 2-18; Penalties and a stout recovered a Myers fumble the clock, a Murray pass S. Taft 1-72, TD; Kinzie 1-11; Demon defense kept the on a punt. was intercepted by White Edwards 1-7. Tackles - P-T: Edwards Tigers in the shadow of The final score came later to preserve the P-T win. 13, Crotty 12, T. Taft 7, White their own goal post on the when Battles capped a nine- The Demons had another7, Grotheer 6, Boles 5, Battles next drive and a punting play drive that covered 63 solid night offensively tal- 4, Krug 4, Adkism 3, S. Taft 3, Peyton 2, Reese 2, Bridenstine situation was forced. Mur- yards and chewed up over lying just over 400 yards 1, Bunch 1, Waitt 1. ray's punt was smothered four minutes of the clock, of total offense. Tyler Taft Interceptions - P-T: White 2. by defensive end Chance He scored on a seven-yard had his best game rushing Fumble recoveries - P-T: S. Bunch and recovered on the run. Battles hit Caleb White of his young career with 89 Taft 1, Waitt 1. Demon Awards with a two-point conversion yards on six carries and a Offense- team ras:5 fox" a 30 14 load. touchdown. Defense -- team Cushing halted the seer- Batiles completed 9-of- Kicking game - Chance Bunch ing surge with what proved 17 passes for 175 yards. Scout player of the week to be its final score with Bunch caught four passes -Josh Yarbrough less than a minute remain- for 67 yards while Shane Big hit - Shane Taft Big play -- Chance Bunch, ing. 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