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2 . The Perkins Journal Thursday, September 28, 1969 -- PAGE 5 Matt Brown the P-T Demons Chandler where they third loss of the 14-0. offense was plaug- throughout the them from putting board. P-T moved in- 20 yard line twice chances to score to back Jimmy Reid a Chandler pass in the the Demons mov- P-T receiv- i and then OB threw an intercep- the drive. Scored on a five-yard quarter. The P-T to make the score s Came out strong in the rards in nine second touchdowrL was good and the In the fourth quarter, the Demons had success with a fake punt but the drive stopped when P- T failed on the fourth down play. Tracy Neal recovered a fumble on Chandler's next possession at their 39. Chandler's defense held the Demons on four plays to halt the P- T offense. James Wells intercepted a Lion pas late in the fourth quarter. The Demons moved down to Chandler's 14 with Adcock passing to Wells but the drive stopped when Ad- cock's pass was intercepted in the endzone. The game ended with the final score 14-0. Jimmy Reid led the rushing at- tack with 46 yards. Adcock ran five times for 14 yards. Adcock passed for 83 yards in six completions. James Wells led in receiving with 48 yards and Reid had 35 yards. Tracy Neal led the defense with 11 solo tackles and one fumble recovery. James Wells had seven solos and an interception. Brad Pierce had five solos and four assists Scott Gunter and Jimmy Reid also had five solo tackles. Reid had one interception and Mike Dunn had one interceptiorL ' ii~ Coach Neal commented that the defense played well. He said the of- fense was non-emotional during the game and theydidn't execute well in most areas. The loss drops the Demons record to 1-3 on the seasow P-T's next game is homecoming against D rumright. Sophomore pitcher Jennifer Thomas throws towards home. By Stephen Raines Perkir~Tryon Demonettes soft- ball team closed out their yeer with a disappointing loss to the Prague Lady Red Devils by a 9-16 score. P- T finished the campaign with a 3-16 recorcL Coach Dave Willis commented on his team by saying, "I thought we improved as the year went along. Our record wasn't very good, but we lost some close games against a tough schedule." Seniors who played their last softball game were Tara Higgins, M arie Reese and Roben Burden. Higgins led the team offensively with a hefty .412 batting average. Neva Reese also played very well for the Demonettee with an ex- cellent .349 average. Most of the squad seson was made up of sophomores and juniors. They managed a teambat- ting average of .291 for the seas0n. Coach Willis added, "I ha'd a great bunch of girls to work with and I wish them luck in the future" James Wells [Ootball team has been a handfull of generous their Friday school football :30 &n~, Bob Dickson, Hail Jim and and Linda Adcock )'s Pizza Parlor to begin biscuits and toast. done to show their the football program team for their hard are hoping to l~e- in the future. team and coaches thank Bob Dickson for all of their By Shane Niles P-T's JV traveled to Perry Mon- day, Sept. 18 and suffered an upset- ting loss 28-6. P-T's coach Joe Boley commented on the game by saying, 'We played hard but Perry was more physical than we were." Perry scored in the first quarter but failed to score on the tw~point conversion. Perry scored again in the second quarter making the score 14-0. Then they added two more touchdowns in the second half. P-T scored in the fourth quarter on a touchdown pass to Scott qunter. P-T's leading rushers were Chris Wolf with 10 carries for 44 yards and Dennis Matheson with 4 carries for 38 yards. Austin Minshall carried the ball one time for 2 yards. Gunter carried the ball once for 2 yards. The Demons leading receivers were Gunter with 2 catches for 22 yards and Vincent Bills had one catch for 10 yards. Matheson also had two receptions for four yards. P-T's leading tacklers were Min- shall with nine tackles and Dale Anderson with seven. P-T's Kevin Miner had the only interception by the Demons. Marie Resse prepares to make the tag in District play agaimt Prague. James Wells . Pete Sweger. The leading rusher for graders were toppedthe eighth grade was Leroy Sharp. Thursday night. A 'WVe played a lot better than last and a more ex- week, but we had too many handed the fumbles," Coach Stove Langdon their first loss. commented. on the one-yard line T he middle school's next game is it in the end here agains Chandler on Sept. 28. i really well but we a more experienced Sid Davis. Craig rusher for the For Rushes SMSU Bears were also Plagued with fumbles, the Demons to maintain a scoring scored on a pass to Junior fullback Tony Tabor, former graduate of Perkins-Tryon High School, rushed nine times for 30 yards for Southwest Missouri State University in a 31-24 Gateway Conference vistory over the Western Illinois Leathernecks Saturday, September 16, at Hanson Field in Macomb, Ill. The natienally-ranked Bears have moved into a 5th-place tie with Ful~ man University in NCAA I-AA. This is the highest ranking for the Bears in the history of SMSU football. Front Row {left to right): Kessle Brown, Jooi Hybsha, Jennifer Heather Skillman, Daphne Drake and Amy Clhmtham. Back Row: Coach David WilHs, Roben Burden, Pare Scott, Tara llig- i" gins, Marie RNN, Neva R se, Lora Bastion, Stsey Shenold mad tant Coach Carol Davis. : *: PACKING CO. Gary Crane and Frank SpiUars Freeman Avenue DEL-MAR'S FOOD STORE Erma and Lonnie and Judy Tabor City 219 S. Maln 547-2555 Perkins F'ARMER'S UNION INS. Twyla Brixe , Agents and Rural Ins. M7-_2 1 KEN SMITH'S FURNITURE Jr. and Morine Bostian, Owners New And Used 100 N, MJln 547-2109 CORNER CORRAL McAnally and John OI Marlene Baker 124 N. Main J. D. & EVELYN ANDERSON Water Well Pump Service 1918) 374-2436 JUDY'S CORNER Flowers-Gills.Tuxedo Rental 147 S' Main 547-2763 CIMARRON VALLEY CO4[)P Don Kienho!z, Manager !547-2700 247 S. Main FUNERAL HOME Perkins 372-5550, Stillwater Journal Try Perkins First! PAYNE COUNTY BANK Member F.D.I.C. 547-2436 202 S. Whistle Stop #2 177 and 33 547-2037 PERKINS DRUG "Full-Time Drug Department" Steve and Kristy Willingham 547-2079 Emer. 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