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THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, September 27, 2001-7 /i! /on Middle football teams lost two games with the Cushing sday. grade Demons only win with a 16- grade fell freshmen lost 30- 16, Cushing 0 (7th grade) recorded their straight shutout to run to 2-1. a scoreless first quar- on the board with a run by tailback Cody around the right Kelly Johnson -0 lead with 5:36 left in quarter. ton added the De- other score on a 52-yard also added the PAT 16-0 final. sive plays during the event. The recovered three :fumbles, Andrew Pool first on the Tigers' first scrimmage to open Kyle Lomenick re- a loose Tiger ball on first play from scrim- Perkins Bandits f'mally the home portion of Saturday and took of four games from the Meridian No. 2 Warriors. fourth, fifth, and sixth osted shutout wins. The mage in the second half after hammering the Tigers' quarter- back. Ryan Atkins recovered a fumble late in the fourth quar- ter to halt a Cushing drive. Also, defensive back Conner Bumett broke up a pass play in the first half. Cushing 20, P-T 0 (8 grade) Cushing scored in three of the four quarters to post the shut- out win. Their first score was at the 2:29 mark of the first quarter with a 31-yard run. A 58-yard run at the 5:15 mark of the sec- ond quarter plus the two-point conversion gave the visitors a 14-0 lead at halflime. Cushing's final score came with 4:19 left in the fourth quarter. The eighth grade Demons are now 1-2 for the year. Cushing 30, P-T 10 (9'h grade) The Tigers tallied 23-second half points to gain the 30-10 win. P-T's defense responded with the first points. David Cantley sacked the Cushing quarterback in the endzone for a safety at the 3:01 mark of the first quarter. Cushing took the lead for third graders were handed a loss. Bandits 24, IM 0 (5'h grade) Demons Continued from page 6 Perkins added three more scores for the Demons in the third quarter. The first was a 33- yard at the 8:44 mark. The sec- ond was a five-yard plunge at the 3:49 mark and the third was from three yards out with 1:11 remaining. Holmes kicked the three PAT conversions. Pawhuska tallied two more scores, one in the third quarter and the other in the fourth. P-t amassed well over 500 yards in total offense. In rush- ing three players tallied over a 100 yards each led by McBride with 162 yards, Perkins with 143 yards and Pike with 122 McBride hit 3 of 7 passes for 57 yards and a touchdown. Jer- emy Graham hit his only at- tempt for 61 yards. Cameron Karner caught two passes for 32 yards while Holmes caught one for 25 yards and a score and Brad Ward added a catch for 61 yards. Defensively, Anderson and linebacker Dusty Hancock led the way with nine total tackles each. Anderson had five solo tackles and four assists while Hancock had two unassisted and seven assists. Anderson and Anthony Broussard recorded two sacks each for 8 and 3 yards worth of losses, respectively. Hancock also had a sack for a three-yard loss. Battle A swarm of seventh grade Demon defenders converge on a Cushing ball carrier during last Thursday's 16-0 ivin over the Continued from page 6 Tigers. -Journal Photo by Rick Lomenick the intermission. To further complicate matters, quarterback good in the early moments in the off of Cushing's second score. Ken McBride suffered an ankle second quarter with a 91-yard He broke free down the home injury in the closing moments TD run at the 6:36 mark. The sidelines for a 95-yard kickoff of the first half and was out for PAT kick was good. return. Zach Hall added the PAT the game. Cushing scored twice in the run for a 22-10 score with 1:58 However, reserve signal- third quarter. The first was a left in the third quarter,caller Jeremy Graham took up two-yard run and the second an Cushing capped the game's 8-yard pass connection, scoring with an 11-yard run late Cantley added the Demons' in the fourth quarter. final score on the ensuing kick- The freshmen are also 1-2. Timothy Price, Kevin Almeida, Kyle Cummings, Gage Martin, Rocky Ward, Alec Barta, added the PAT for the 24-0 final score. AIso turning in fine perfor- Tigers' ground attack to gain h 28-14 win. Newkirk's ability to run right at the heart of the P-T defensi was something that was an Achilles' heal in the past. BUt Grotheer feels that could bb changing with the way the de- fensive line is playing now. ' "Our inside two, Wil (Ander- son) and Anthony (Broussard), are tough to block one on one the slack and rallied his team and they are making lots of back with three second half plays up the middle," Grotheer touchdown passes while the de- said. "And with our inside line- fense was able to shutdown the backers John Plunk and Dusty Hancock we feel more comfort- "an #2 able going into it this year that Newkirk is not going to be able to line up and knock us off the the other four scores with sev- ball and run quick up the eral outside scampers to pace the middle." Bandits to a 42-0 halftime lead. Expect Newkirk to line up in Several players were in on Kendall Noiting, Dustin mances running the ball were Cody Goforth tallied the fi- variations of the I formation of- , tackles as the fifth graders Hughes, Tyler Eberle, and Matt Scott Stubbs and Dylan Payton. nal touchdown from five yards fensively. Newkirk also likes tb swarmed the Warriors. . Stevens. Chris Boyington also Bandits 48, IM 0 out in the second half for the 48- use two quarterbacks; one for Those recording stops were had an interception. (6'* grade) 0 final, primarily rushing and the other mmlmmmmm The Bandits' first score was Six first half scores enabled Defensively, Matt Moorman, for passing. a 10-yard run by Blake Field. the sixth grade Bandits to cruise Hunter Wilson, and Tim Harris On defense, the Tigers like fo Martin added the two-point con- to the easy win. along with other Bandit defend- line up in a 4-4 formation and back version for an 8-01ead. With aggressive play from ers completely shut down any try to funnel outside plays in- Quarterback Dakota Turnerthe front line of Cread Helton, Warrior attack, side for the linebackers to fizl- ish Off. added another score with a nice run from scrimmage. Martin's second PAT run gave the fifth graders a 16-0 lead. Price notched the final score on a ! 0-yard run. Martin again P-T alumni.t Amnon Gosney, Kirk Kinzie, and Aaron Barta, Michael Culie scored the first two touchdowns on a runs of eight and 40 yards, respectively. 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