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2B-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, October 4, 2001 with 1:20 left in the game. Journal Sports Editor Grotheer felt his team rose to Senior tailback Justin Perkins the occasion on the game win- scored late in the fourth quarter ning drive. "Our kids stepped up to give the Perkins-Tryon De- and made some big plays when mons a thrilling 14-7 come- they had to and put the bali in from-behind win over the the end zone," he said. Newkirk Tigers in homecoming After shutting down the Ti- action here Friday night, gers on their ensuing drive. The The wingives theDemons a Demons took over on the 3-1 overall record and a 2-0 Newkirknine-yard line with 14 mark in District 2A-5 action, seconds left. Instead of allow- Newkirk falls to 2-2 and 1-1. P- ing McBride to kneel down once T will travel to Pawnee Friday to run out the clock, P-T went night for a 7:30 p.m. district for the touchdown since points matchup with the Black Bears. are used in a district tie-breaker Pawnee is coming off a 27-0 win situation. Two runs by Perkins over Mounds and is also unde- and one by McBride left the ball feated in league play. just inches away from the goal "It wasn't pretty but we made line when time expired. plays when we had to," said De- P-T's start was somewhat mons head coach Steve reminiscent of the Pawhuska Grotheer. game. After shutting down Perkins' strong second half Newkirk's opening drive, the running wore on the Tigers de- Demons went to work on a fense that had had some success ground attack. Runs by Perkins, in stopping the P-T rushing at- McBride, and fullback Jimmy tack in the first half. The De- Pike moved the ball to the mons took advantage of a short Newkirk 28-yard line. That is Newkirk punt to begin the win- where it abruptly changed. ning touchdown drive. McBride was forced to the An 11 -yard pass completion sideline because of blood com- to Cameron Karner from Ken ing from a small wound on his McBride plus runs for 27 yards elbow. Reserve quarterback Jer- bylMcBride and 16 by Perkins emy Graham checked in. On the gave the Demons a first and goal third and eight play, he dropped from the Newkirk five-yard line. back to pass but was smothered Perkins capped the drive with by a Newkirk blitz. The hit the five-yard plunge up the forced a fumble and defensive middle. Bobby Holmes kicked lineman Dustin Wright picked it the extra point for the 14-7 score up and returned it 64 yards for P-T tailback Justin Perkins falls into the endzone late in the fourth quarter for the deciding touchdown in the Demons' 14-7 win over the Newkirk Tigers Friday night. Ready to celebrate the score are Cameron Karner (28) and Wil Anderson (55). .Journal Photo by Rick Lomenick the score. Sean Cain kicked the down to the Newkirk 12-yard extra point for a 7-0 Newkirk line. He wasted little time get- lead with 5:32 left in the first ting on the board as he found quarter. Karner in the corner of the Neither team was able to endzone for a 12-yard pass mount a scoring drive for the completion on the first.play remainder of the half and the from scrimmage. Holmes toed score stood, the extra point for a 7-7 tie with The Demons' defense set up 7:12 left in the quarter. the tying touchdown in the third P-T had two opportunities to quarter. McBride intercepted a pass and returned it 30 yards See "Demons" next page Middle school sweeps Perry PERRY -- The Perkins- Tryon Middle School Demons made it a clean sweep last Thlarsday capturing three, wins at Perry: ........ : * ....... The seventh grade got their third straight shutout with an 8- 0 win over the Maroons. The seventh grade Demons are 3-1 for the year. The eighth and ninth grades gained convincing wins. The eighth graders captured a 36-14 win while the freshmen com- pleted the sweep with a 24-8 deizision. ;The middle school Demons wi|l return home tonight to host the McLoud Redskins. The sev- enth grade gets things started at 5 p.m. at Wllhite Field. Demon defenders James Miles (70) and Dusty Hancock (40)flush Newkirk quarterback Jamie McWilliams out of the pocket during Friday night's district game here. The Demons defense gave up 100 yards in total offense to the Tigers. -Journal Photo by Rick Lomenick plus getting the ball Journal Sports Editor via a passing game. Even though it is still rela- mons are expected to tively young in the district por- zone coverage in the tion of the schedule, Friday as a way to offset his night's contest at Pawnee will be Cornerbacks are another pivotal mark for play a bit deeper Perkins-Tryon as sites of post- neath helpcoming from l season play loom on the hori- side linebackers. zon. scheme, Grotheer is The Demons will be hosted force Pawnee ql by the Black Bears as part of alotofaccurac3 homecoming activities. TheBut with the way the kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 sive front has been p.m. recent weeks, he is Both teams enter the game pressure on the with identical records of 3-1 for force a problem with the season and 2-0 in District ing game. 2A-5 action. Last week, Pawnee In four games, the shutout Mounds, 27-0 while the has registered 12 sacks Demons got past Newkirk, 14- yards in losses. Wil 7. The Demons had to come way with three sacks from behind last year to defeat But while Jones is the Black Bears, 14-7. break a big run Speedster Grant Jones willthe ball, Grotheer lead Pawnee. Head coach his defense can't Steven Grotheer said his troops key on him. will attempt to use a game plan "We're going to have similar to that of last year of solid all around containment. Grotheer said. "We "Our outside linebackers are their weapon is and going to have to have a huge ing to try to contain game," Grotheer said. "If they we're going to can keep him from getting to the with some sidelines we feel like we have to help us out on his enough speed and we play in- Another factor that side out well enough that we work in the Demons' should be able to contain him." forcing the Pawnee But instead of being in the sustain drives. backfield, Grotheer said the the Black Bears have Bears like to use Jones' talents relied on the bi as a flanker where he could be used on reverses and sweeps See "District" next Dist. Overall .... P.F, PA Pe ry .............. 2:0 .......... 4=1 ................ 1i Pawnee 2-0 3-1 105 P-T 2-0 3-1 112 Newkirk 1-1 2-2 55 Pawhuska 1-1 2-3 109 Mounds 0-2 1-3 41 Wellston 0-2 1-4 97 Kellyville 0-2 1-3 28 Last week's scores P-T 44, Newkirk 7 Pawnee 27, Mounds 0 Perry 33, Kellyville 6 Pawhuska 32, Wellston 6 Jones 40, Watonga 0 Woodland 34, Luther 28 OT Tecumseh 49, Cushing 25s 48 +30 70 +22 34 +8 91 0 95 -30 156 -30 97 -30 This week P-T at Pawnee Mounds at Perry Newkirk at Wellston Pawhuska at Kellyvill Jones at Heritage Barnsdall at Luther Blackwell at Cushing BLOWOUT PRICES ON: Piece Bundle l"sqx 16ga .......... 25 ........ 19 1 1/4" sqx 16ga .... 28 ........ 24 1 1/2"sqx 16ga....35 ........ 29 "sqx 16ga ........... 46 ........ 39 x 'x 12ga ..... 1 /4' rdx 13ga ...... 35 ....... 25 SU 11/2 rdx 12ga..42 ....... 29 1.66" rd x 13ga..49 ........ 39 1.9" rdx 12ga ..... 59 ........ 49 New CI. 12" - 48" 8" s2.40/ft 3", 4", 6", 8" 20" & 25" Stock Len Price I - 114-x I- 114"xa118-. ...... aoe ... al-x aD"x 11118 It'x I"x 114" t-i llr'd-i lt-xl l4-. ........ 11110... 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