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Page 4- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, September 23, 1993 Lady Demons to host district tournament - -.  Four teams will be going after the . The state association  the the .girls from Edmond-Santa Fe. Tryon, loser eliminated. ,  ::: !/:i/ District 3A sogtball championship admission prices  not l.'erkins- It's tlae larst year ot compeutlon for 7 - Winner Bracket einats. ........... :! Thursday and Friday at Billy J. Tryon High School,. . Lance Miller,. the new school., r a h ule- Friday's Schedule'. . .!, Dickson Park. PTHS athlenc director, explained. Thursday s first curt sc ed . 1 p.m. - Finals Losers Bracket. It's a double elimination tourna- Four games will be played 1 p.m. - McCloud vs. Edmond- 3 p.m. - Winner of Losers  7 : mont. Thursday with one team eliminated. Santa Fe Bracket vs. Unbeaten Team. Admission prices are $3 for Playing for the first time in a 3- Perry vs. Perkins-Tryon. If necessary, a deciding game will  adults and $2 for students, district softball tournament will be 5 - Loser McCloud-Edmond, follow or will be played on Saturday.  Santa Fe vs. loser perry-Perkins- Sports Booster Club meeting Monday at 7:30 m w.rh.m- 5400-.00s P-T girls falter ' 0000|C00ilm at Davenport meet 8trl By Robin Hall four .... The perkins-Tryon Lady Demons At Davenport, the Lady Demons ............... l dropped two games over the week- lost a tough 1-0 decision to Meeker. end at the Davenport softball tourna- "We played great defense, proba- laSIt merit to fall to I0-17 on the season, bly best. the season, but couldn't The Lady Demons are set to host get any breaks," said catcher the district tournament Thursday Kristina Atwocd. and Friday. In the second game, Hominy .. ... W / l00Ios Toast bouncingTlC P-Tperrygals opened16-1. Pitcherthe weekshaybY broke aruns in the2"2fifthdeadlckinning withand addedthree Smith was almost untouchable as du'ee more in the sixth to defeat the .= - , o,,,, hitter, striking out Lady Demons 8-2. Readers challenged MAR" BREWER, Junior 'quarterback and free safety, has named Player of the Week by the Perkins-Tryon  From Sept. 20 through Oct. 20, Oklahoma teachers and principals Nov. 17 at the Kirkpatrick Center staff. "MaWs play on both sides of the bali continues to q Q l will he challcaging their students to Museum Complex in Oklahoma better each week," head coach Pat Grey said in read more than ever before. =Make It A Million Month" leads up to the Oklahoma fifth annual celebration National Young Reader's day o n City. The event is co-sponsored bY announcement. The Player of the Week plaque is _,,nnh, Q  Oklahoma Reading Association by Ralph's Packing, Perkins Whistle Stops, Payne and Pizza Hut, Inc. Locally, the challenge is 25,000 Bank, Causley Production of Stillwater, Deartnger Printing I pages read. If the students at perkins Trophy and the Perkins Journal. ,t....,..,,.... , ]it , l,   ,,I.,,,,.,,,,I,,IL,,. Elementary School read that many .iDI0S LUB  in appropriate dress, willridea i, Shop Perkins 'I k pageS, Joe Hrencher, principal, P.-T ai Ct, PRgl$Tth ANNUAL OPEN GOLF SCRAMBLE , m.'cycle all day. " ...... : October 9, 1993  VARSITY FOOTBALL ---' Me By Robin Hall K @ 8:00 a.m. K Sept. 24 Kingfisher There/7:30 & Mitch Watts ' , at: Chand er Golf Course ' Oct. 1 Jones Here/8:00 The perkins-Tryon FOUR pE OME AS A SINGLE  Oct. 8 Newcastle There/7:30 toDemns2-0 withran theira 19-6fotball  TEA FO]IED BY DRAW THAT MORNING " Oct. 14 Bethany Here/8:00 Meeker last Thursday (Pre-formed teams permitted with committee approval)  Oct. 22 Perry There/7:30 the seventh grade dropped a ENTRY FEE t 2 $,OO PER PERSON  Oct. 29 Turtle Here/8:00 22-18 decision in " A year ago as seventh $$ CASil PRIZES $$ , Nov. 5 MUlwood Here/8:00 Meeker won 42-8. What NO FLIGHTING ...... PAYING AT LEAST 3 PLACES  JR. VARSITY FOOTBALL == a year makes. Terry Deer's 45-yard ' Will pay additional place for every 3rd team " Nov. 1 Wellston Here/6:00 the Demons ahead 7-0 ' over 9 teams extra point was coverted. : "k:: 7th, 8th, 9th Football  Natc Johnson had: a ': PAYBACKWILL BE 7 5% OF ENTRY FEES . Sel;-e.-, ,Wellston,Gth , .............. There/0:00 , toudxtowns, oneoaa "IE example of paybaek with 9 teams "K Sept.16 Meeker-Tth, 8th, th Here/5:00 to pad the Perkins-Tryon , "Hey, we played super, 1{ FIRST PLACE $320.00  Sept. 23 Kingfisher-7th, 8th, 9th There/5:00 eighth-gradehead " K Sept. 27 Perry-7th, 8th, 9th There/5:00 beer. SECOND PLACE - $200.00 Sept. 30 Stroud-7th, 9th There/6:00 The loss to Meeker in the grade game was the 1 THIRD PLACE - S t 40.00 Oct.7 Tonkawa-7th, 9th Here/6:00 Demons' FOR REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION CALL:  Oct. 21 Bdstow-7th, 8th, 9th Ther/5:00 were playing in their third. 1{ Oct. 25 Newkirk-7th, 8th ThereJ5:00 "That really made a WES BEANE RICHARD MANGOLD JOHN CALAVAN BO SPILLERS  , said seventh-grade coach 54Y-2944 $4-2834 54Y-2133 37-86Yl --- . - Hoggatt. "We had some ' .......... .................................... ' I downs but we will get , REGISTRATION AT, EADES HARDWARE. 111 S Main, Perkins ] VARSITY GIRLS SOFTBALL Ja .a, . OR AT: JALOPYS on HWY 3 3 N of Perkins the Demons' TEAM OR INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION FORM  60, 70 and 90 yards. ,It The Demons arc on tl # 1 Player AVe * a hOLe scoz Sept. 16 Perry There/4:00 Thursday, Sept. 23, when # 2 Player ,va ,e Not.e score ,K Sept. 18 Davenport Toumament Kingfisher for a .............................. Sept. 20 Stroud There/5:00 say son-,eta,rig ' Mall Entry To: Jeff (;lift Perktnt,Bx 4COoK 740,.  Sept. 23 District Tournament ERK--'" "-  , NOTE.,. GUARANTEED ENTRIES BY TAV, OCT. 7th ' WALK-INS PERIdlTED TO 7:30 OCTOBER 9Tit IF SPACE ALLOWS . P: tyne ( ou a ty Bank Since 1898 Lobby: Mon-Fri 8-3 Sat 8-12 Drive In: Mon-Fri 7:30-4 Sat 7:30-12 Member FDIC 547.2436 202 S. Main i / Goober Drilling CorE,, Chris McCutchen Stillwater PERKINS BUILDERS ;U'PLY The Perkins Journal Pete and Larry Hours M-F 7:30- 6:00 SAT 8:00 - 5:00 1 mile E. on Hwy. 33 ' 547-2406 You Could Be Here!!! P.O. 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