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g PAGE 4- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, September 30, 1993 Loss to McLoud in finals ends Lady Demons year By Robin Hall McLoud senior Amber Rooks threw a no-hitter at the Perkins- Tryon Lady Demons in the finals of the district softball tournament Friday afternoon at Billy J. Dickson Park. The Lady Redskins downed P-T 8-0 to go through the double- elimination tournament unbeaten. The loss ended the Lady Demons seastm with a final record of 12-22. Rooks had beaten the Lady Demons 9-1 on four-hitter in the finals of the winners bracket late Thursday evening. McLoud, the top seed, whipped Edmond-Santa Fe 13-3 in its first game. Perkins-Tryon began postseason tournament play by routing Perry 12-2 behind the four-hit, four- strikeout pitching of sophomore Shay Smith. The Lady Demons erupted for six runs in the first inning to decide the issue early. Perry stayed alive by eliminating Edmond-Santa Fe 13-4. On Friday, Perkins-Tryon won the finals of the loser's bracket 10-2 to earn the fight to face McLoud for the rifle. The Lady Demons would have had to win two straight to win the district. Coach Judd Matthes will return all but three players from this year's team. Lost by graduation are catch Krisrina Atwood, second baseman Robin Hall and fight fielder Kristal Beyl. Included among the returnees are the two top pitchers, Smith and Lori Thomas, which should make the Lady Demons a force next season. "We fought hard and a good season," said Atwood. 121 W. Thomas 547-5378 W/Choice of Potato & Salad Bar $ Only Q ondedye is ponTer. Vou have over bt'est This begins With self-examinations. Self-examinations that are done properly. Regularly. Faithfully. You need the facts and figures on the dangers and risks. The warning signs and symptoms. And the mammogram. A simple x-ray of the breasts that's safe and easy. A personal medical record that can be used for comparison in future examinations. 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Whirlwind weekcontinu for 7th & 8thgridders Mitch Watts, in a week for the t the next had yards Brent Nlles & generation, the Yellowjackets. He Robin Hall The week began Sept. 23 at touchdowns and also A whirlwind week for the Perkins- Kingfisher. kickoff 80 yards. Tryon seventh and eighth grade The seventh grade lost 48-14 "We had a hi football team will conclude Thurs- before the eighth fell 34-14. and couple of crucial day at Stroud. It's the third outing Jake Marshall, Perkins vcoth,_ first-year coach lance ELITE Gymnastics 1993 0 199t 3824 E. 6th Stillwater CHEERNASTICS by Craig A. Callaway Gymnastics for Boys & Girl 2 1/2 yrs. old up to Competitive Team. CalI:405-377-GYMN VARSITY FOOTBALL Oct. 1 Jones (Home Coming) Here/7:30 Oct. 8 '  Newcastle  There/7:30 Oct. 22 Perry There/7:30 Oct. 29 TutUe Here/7:30 Nov. 5 Millwood Here/8:00 JR. VARSITY FOOTBALL Nov. 1 Wellston Here/6:00 7th, 8th, 9th Football Sept. 30 Stroud-7th, 9th There/6:00 Oct.7 Tonkawa-7th, 9th Here/6:00 OCt. 21 Bristow-7th, 8th, 9th Ther/5:00 Oct. 25 Newkirk-7th, 8th There5:00 summarized. Hew allowed easy scoring for If we can get our defense we'll blow people out." The seventh stand 0-2 season. "We were too said eighth-grade coach heer after his sq loss of the season to fall to Nate Johnson led the ffense. He gained 56 three carries. Terry Dear yards on I0 carries and reception for a touchdown. Defensively, ped the Yellowjacket the ball, and returned it 30 a score. Despite these efforts, the i still came up short. ..... qh.r _dded, "We mentally ready to play." Both of P-T's middle squads lost Monday at The seventh-grade 10-0 to the Maroons to on the campaign. "The defense played except for a few big The offense sputtered. mistakes killed us Hoggatt. The eighth-grade fell the season when they Brandon Jarvis had touchdown for the Demo. "We just didn't put a lot into the game," Grotheer JV's Open The Perkins-Tryon i, lost at Prague 25-12 I  Demon B's first game d I Payne Comary 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 Goober Drilling Corp. Chris McCutchen Stillwater The Perkins Journal McANALLY'S ,,, DR . You Could Be Here... V[ EO ENTA P.O. Box695 54 " 51 133 South Main Phone: (405)547-2411 Perkins, OK 74.059 FAX (405)547-5564 '-