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The Perkins Journal Thursday+ Sey~tember 27, 1984 .... FAC+~ .~, Enchanted Evening... Left to right: Guy Gill, Beth Caldwell, John Luster, Annette Payne, Joe Hoover, Queen Cindy Hazelbaker, David Cypert, Teresa Wolfe, Rex Branstet- ter, Meryl Elwood. In front Tiffany Taylor and Lynn Hazelbaker. McDaniel -4 and Tony Tabor -35 are a great asset to P-T's football ~even though they are only sophomores! Homecoming 1984-85 :in-Tryon their annual homecoming over class A's Hominy before a large raised the record to 2-2. teams played most of ~Stanza, with the of P-T's first After a Hominy at their own 28 and a Steve recovery, his in the even- drove to 2 where a P- and HHS ended the saw matched team much, until the half. When drove to the P-T :18, Demon David broke through the Hominy line and blocked a 33 yard field goal attempt to stop the scoring drive. In the 3rd quarter, Hominy got on to the board first with a 21 play, 93 yard scoring drive. Thanks mostly to the Demon penalties on three incidents Perkins gave the Bucks 1st downs because of their mistakes. However, after scoring their touchdown, the Bucks attempted a 2-point conversion which failed. Perkins didn't give up though. They put together a 17-play 68 -yard drive of their own. Senior tailback Joe Hoover led the rushing attack with 66 yards on 18 carries. Sophomore quarterback Cory McDaniel got the TD with a 1 yard blast over the right side. Cypert's PAT was true and the Demons had their 7-6 lead. Hominy had one last chance with :31 seconds left, but were shut down cold. McDaniel was 4-for-6 for 67 yards with Senior Flanker Rex Branstetter pulling down 3 aerials for 47 yards. Defensively, Cypert led the Demons with 9 solos, 5 assists, and a blocked kick. Junior linebacker Scott Math- eson had 6 solos and 2 assists, Hoover, a DT finished with a 6 and 1 reading, with two tackles behind the line. Branstet- ter with 4 and 1 and an INT, and Stanton who was in on 5 tackles in- cluding a QB sack. The Demons travel to Hennessey Friday night for their next action. Coach Greg Gorman commented, "Vs. Hom- iny-It's nice to get an emotional win over good team on Homecom- ing. The kids really responded well after Hominy scored. Had we not had so many defen- sive mistakes they pro- bably wouldn't have scored. Small mistakes hurt us again on offense. We had far to many penalties in this game, but we really needed a win and the kids respond- ed by getting one. Vs. Hennessey - They feature a one back attack and he's a good one. Defense is similar to Hominy's, just not as big. We must be able to keep the ball away from their offense, Holder, (Randy, Hennessey runn- ing back} can break a big play at any time so we must be ready." -o- J.V.FALLS TO PAWNEE On Monday night a Perkins-Tryon J.V. fell to the Pawnee Black Bears by a score of 32-26. Scott Matheson lead the of- fense rushing with 69 Homecoming wasn't just another Friday foot- ball game, and the crown- ing of this year's football queen wasn't just an- other event. Cindy Hazel- baker, the 1984-85 home- coming queen was escort- ed by Joe Hoover. Joe had a pretty hard time putting the banner and crown on Queen Hazel- baker, but he had an even more difficult time kiss- ing her. All in all, an exciting game, the homecoming festivities, and seeing all the P-T alumni who came back to watch the big- 7th GRADERS VICTORIOUS By Julie Ryan With good reason, the seventh grade football team was confident as they traveled to Tonkawa to play the Buccaneers: the final score was 8-0, Perkins favor. The Demons received to start the game. On the very first play, Jimmy Reid ran 65 yards from the line of scrimmage for a touchdown. The two-point conver- sion was successful and raised the score to Perkins 8, Tonkawa 0. The rest of the game went scorless for both teams! yards, but close behind Mistakes and penalties him was J.V. quarter-plagued the Demons. back Greg Rose scrambl- Two touchdowns, one for ing for 60 yards in six 35 yards and other for carries. Rose completed 8 passes for 159 yards and 1 TD. David Meyer had 4 receptions from Rose and one T.D. Nick Taylor was the leading tackler with 9 tackles against the Black Bears offense. The J.V. 's are 2-1 for the season. The next game will be against Tonkawa. -o- Biumer -22 breaks thru a herd of Bucks gaining yardage. FOOTBALL By Denise Hancack Football, like other sports, has a language all its own. Test your fluen- cy by unscrambling the following terms. 1. fsdiefos 2. wcuthnodo 3. krbiaclenre 4. dnzneoe 5. inburgnacnk 6. afdeoglli 7. iovrcesnon 8. rkqueacaburt 9. trance 10. tupn 11. lefmubs 12. gayedra DEL-MAR'S FOOD STORE l,.,mie and Judy Talmr 219 S. Main ~9 PERKINS DRUG "'Full-Time I)n,g Ih'pl.'" St,*',,' V+ illingham WHISTLE STOP #2 {LPH'S PACKING COMPANY Sin. and Gan Crane and Frank Spillar, ( )~ m.rs N.V,. of I erkin~ .n l:r,,,,nla. ~+.,'ml,l" CIMARRON VALLEY CO-OPERATIVE, IN(:. I)an Ihd,hard. Manager ~t 217 S. Main PERKINS "Y" LlVEST(}CK AUCTION "Sale i%cl'~,r ~l,.d.esday" ) N.~. of I erkin~ II I I HARLAND WELLS STEER INN FAMILY RESTAURANTS 121 ~{. Th,,ma,, Perkins 517-5378 MIHURA AUCTION & REAL ESTATE C{}. 6 Mih', Soulh of Slill~aler ml IIs~. 177 Open Tues. thru "Fri. 10 to 5:30; Sat. 7:30 to 5:30 t05-377-7515 FARMER'S UNION Ilan,'~ llrix.'~. ,'Igenl Cil~ and Rural Insuran,~' Perkins. t )K 517-225 1 P.J.'s FLOWERS & GIFTS l'ali~ and I,crn J.hnsm 517-2763 1 17 N. Main BAKER'S DRY GOODS John Baker 5,17-2161 11t2 .% Main i I II II I 40, were called back. gest game of the year made the 1984-85 home- coming game a spec- tacular event. Congratulations to Cindy, her court, and our wonderful football team for making the evening a great one. "O" Despite it all, the ": " Perkins-Tryon Demons The 1984 Demonette Softball team members are from left to right; Manager,+ !'" came out ahead. Con- Jacklyn Robbins, Dawn Whitfield, Connie Rose, Lori Luster, Shannon Antic; gratulations, team. Deena Hastings, Lisa Harper, Angel Ventris, April Shipley, Tammy Dear, Lorjl "' -o- Redus, Andi Bayhylle, Annette Payne, Jamm Green, Jan Burden, Sherry ~' DEMONETTES LOSE Craycraft, and Coach Roger Antle. .+'*" End CLOSE ONE Perkins vs. Olive On Monday, Sept- ember 24, the Demonet- tes faced Olive. The Demonettes held their composure throughout the game. The first three innings were largely uneventful for the Demonettes. Redus was the only one to score, while Olive drove their score to five. In the next hree innings, the Demonettes defense was outstanding. They held Olive one run; that allowed Dear to cross the plate twice. Neither team scored in the final inning. This gave Olive a 6-3 vic- tory over the Demon- ettes. -O- By Lori Redus Districts were held in Putnam City, and the Demonettes played St. Mary's. Spirits were sky- high for our girls; however, luck was on St. Mary's side. The first and third innings were the only time the Demonettes scored. Payne hit a line drive to right field and was knocked in by Cray- craft's double. Shipley led off the third inning by KEN SMITH FURNITIIRE New and I ~',I- lOl) N. Main--517-210q Jr. and M,,rim' lh,slian. (h~n,.r. Craycraft's .5od ting average domina e : for the Demonettes l)is. year. Their record vas five wins and thirteeiV losses. The Demone[*t s. hitting over the first baseman's head. Once again, Craycraft pulled through with a base hit. This allowed Shipley to score. The bases were fill- ed three times, but the are looking forward to a, Demonettes could not much better season nqX i seem to cross the plate., year. * St. Mary's answered the Your support Wa s Demonettes by scoringgreatly appreciated. nineteen runs. The Demonettes just could There is- one mile of not seem to get things railroad track in Belgiun~: together and were for every one and a haP/ defeated 19-2. squ~e miles of Isnd. =. VASSAR C()Mt'ANY jack ~ ;i~.,.;ii" J.i). & EVEINN ANDERS(}N 517-2111 21|7 \, Main STROI)E FITNERAL H()ME 5 17-21 ( ~ ) 372-555() / PERKINS TAG AGENCY i'AYNE (:()UNTY BANK 517-2136 202 S,,+,lh l+l;llll M,'mh,'r FI)I(: WHISTI,E ST()P #1 5 17-2')76 Mar+ t:ran,',.-Illair. ~.genl MAC S C()RNER (:()RRAi, Mac ~.% l.,m Mc++u,dh J,,hn ,.% Marh'.,, llak,. PATS N FLOWERS & CERAMICS I'at-~ I.ih' IOI S. Main 517-2 I20B lira PEPSI C()LA C()MI'ANY Still,~ ah'r. l )k lah.ma I McDANIEL & SON HARI)WARE "'X (;+..I Ilanh+an. in a (;,,,,,I 'l'.++u.+ I I I ~. Xlai, 517-2172