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B4 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, October 4, 2012 Sports SOFTBALL Continued from Page B1 later scored when Rylee came in the bottom of the Wilson's ground ball to ninth with the fourth and second base was misplayed final play at the plate before for an error. Fowler also the short rally that produced scored in a throwing error the winning run. from the catcher for the 2-1 P-T did not have an advantage, extra-inning baserunner Newkirk would tie the until the top of the ninth. score in the bottom of the Jessica Foster led off with DEMONS Continued from Page we looked a little dormant for the remainder of the game. We need to keep our intensity up for the entire B1 with the extra point kick, ter and another in the open- P-T 43, Bethany 20 led 1%0 at the end of the ing minute of the fourth for P-T 17 13 7 6 - 43 first quarter, a 37-20 score. However, BHS 0 6 7 7-20 Rushing- P,T. D. Peyton Two more scores were the game was sealed later 9-145;Taft 10-116,2TDs;J. game, especially with the added in the second quay- when Jacob Peyton scored Peyton 11-62, 2 TDs; White teams we'll be facing later ter. The first was a 32-yard his second touchdown from 7-21 ; C. Crotty 3-9; Bledsoe this season." pass completion to Peyton five yards out. Despite the 3-(-4). BHS: Jackson 13-83, The Demons scored in from White that capped a missed extra point, P-T pre- 2 TDs; Duke 11-2; Woods 1- their first four possessions nine-play 76,yard drive, vailed to a 43-20 win.(-1);Pinion 2,(-5). Passing. P-T: White 4-7- frame, with the help of a a walk. She was put out on in addition to the defense The two-point pass try"This was a much- 1, 70 yards, TD. BHS: Duke two-base throwing error a Howard fielder's choice getting into the scoring failed for a 23-0 advantage needed win for us because 14-29-2, 147 yards, 2 TDs. . r ~, by the Lady Demons. ground ball to left field., act. with 5:41 left in the half. both teams had their backs Receiving - P-T: J. The Lady Tigers had Ho ard later went to White capped a seven- The touchdown was set against thewaUafterlosing Peyton 2,36 TD, Waitt 1-23, opportunities to win the second whenwalk'Hall earned play 55-yard epening drive UPBethanyWhen Waitt interCeptedat ,the P-T Wertmantheir distriCtsaid: openers,",,i was 5-74 J: 8asserTD, Woods1"11: BHS:3.19,KalfaSstout game in; eg'ulation,,, but h }: cond of the with a 17-yard field for a 3- apass so that was , hen som6 fthe gam 'but both were left 0 lead with 9:14 left in the 24-yard line. ' proud of players and 2-31, Ross 1-22, Long 1-12, Page 1-6, Van Zant 1-3. defensive plays shined for stranded, first quarter. 'The next score camemy staff for the work the Tackles - P-T: D. Peyton the Lady Demons. In theFoster, Howard, andHall A Bethany punt on its from Tyler Taft as he put intolgetting this big 18, C. Crotty 14, Reese 7, sixth inning, shortstop Jeff each singled for P-T in the second possession pinned notched his first score of win for us." White 7, Bledsoe 4, L. Crotty Adkism help account for third inning to account for the Demons at their own 10- the game on P-T's next P'T rushed for well 4, Johnson 3, J. Peyton 3, two of the outs. The first the hits. yard line near the midway possession when he went over 300 yards withDevin Waitt 3, Gosney 2, Kadavy 2, Yarbr0ugh 2, Binford 1, was a throw to third.base- In the opener, Perry point of the quarter. The the distance from 62 yards Peyton leading the way Bridenstine 1, R. Riehards 1, m aO L acey S hlppilfo an broke open a close game ground away. J. Sasser 1 e+ tag ter oan L with six runs inthe final game began taking Bethany sandwiched a yards Tli61' cona' out was three innings, two in each Adkism tagged a runner out frame, for the win. that got too far off second . The Lady Maroons base while anticipating a a :tWo in the bottom throw to first, of the first inning and that In the seventh inning, 2-0 score held up until the catcher McKenzie Martin fourth frame. threw out a runner trying to P-T was limited to two steal third base and Shipp hits coming from Shipp made the easy tag. And that on a swinging bunt in the defensive effort carried P-T first inning and Hall with into extra innings too. a single to left field in the Newkirk lost a baserun- second. Foster was the third her in the eighth inning baserunnerbyreachingona after she was thrown out walk in the top of the sev- at third base after a strong enth inning. throw from Centerfielder Mykelti Shelton was Jessica Howard to get out the losing pitcher in both of the frame. The final play games, clock-chewing with a career-high 145 over as on nine carries. Taff P-T steadily marched down first half touchdown, on a followed with 116 yards on the field. 45-yard run but the extra 10 carries. Then on the 12th play point kick failed for a 30-6 The passing game was of the drive, Jacob Peyton halftime score, limited to the first half as broke loose for his first P-T put the game away White hit 4-of-7 passes for score by scampering 30 in the early seconds of the 70 yards and one touch- yards into the endzone, second half. FullbackDevin down. He also had an White kicked the extra Peyton dashed 45 yards on interception. Jacob Peyton point for a 10-0 advantage P-T's first play to the BHS had two catches for 36 with 1:44 left. 35-yard line. From there, yards and a score. A fumble after a pass Taft rambled the remain- Defensively, P-Twasled reception set up P-T's next ing distance for his second by linebacker Devin Peyton score. Cornerback Matt score. White's kick bal- with 18 tackles to go along Waitt stripped the receiver loaned the lead to 37-6. with his fumble recovery. Brady Van Zant of the ball The Broncos chipped Fellow linebacker Clark after a 12-yard pass from away at the lead with a Crotty followed with 14 quarterback Kyle Duke. score later in the third quay- tackles. Waitt returned the ball 50 yards for the score and O-STATE AUCTIONS AUCTIONS AUCTIONS I Chaney Banth Equipment The Chaney Family is downsizing their ranch operation. Therefore, they are selling this exceptional line of ranch equipment. In additon, there will be a few auction consignments from the surrounding neighborsl AUCTIONS AUCTIONS AUCTIONS In Stillwater, OK, Go south on Western 7 miles to the Chaney Place, Watch for signs, For complete auction listing, terms and photos, visit: www.pickensauctions, tom Ernie Gregg Pickens Broker/Auctioneer 405,747.9304 Rachel Chillas-Pickens Auction Coordinator 405 612,0287 Pickens Auctioneer 405.880.7239 Bob Prless * Auctioneer 405,830.5880 Fumble recoveries - P-T: D. Peyton, Waitt (TD). Interceptions- P-T: Waitt; White: BHS: Stout. Demon awards Offense - Team Defense - Team Scout team - Isaiah Ownby Specialty player - Trevor Johnson, Caleb White, Shelby Reese, Matt Waitt Big play - Matt Waitt, Devin Peyton, Tyler Taft, Jacob Peyton, Caleb White Big hit- Devin Peyton, Jacob Peyton, Shelby Reese, Clark Crotty 3~d Down Demon - Devin Peyton, Clark Crotty Continued from Page B3 proud of the way his troops playing consistently. Each to win, which will get them performed, team may have its share of back in the thick of things "There are life lessons good players, but overall, for the conference champi- to be learned tonight with the talent level isn't like onship. our team," Gundy said many of the offenses have. There are still a lot of afterwards. "I mentioned to That shows by the number exceptionally good offenses them about six weeks ago of points being scored in left to face and using this that at some point they had games. Last week's West extra week of practice and to create their own identity. Virginia and Baylor game the two upcoming games to The team chemistry far this comes to mind. shore up things defensively year, for 2012, and tonight The Cowboys are nearlyshould be beneficial. they took a great step in in the middle of another bye A final thought from accomplishing that." week and; ispreparing for last week's game off the By now there has been conference cellar:dweller field was the way the plenty of ranting about the Kansas on Oct. 13. This crowd stayed and cheered play ofthe defense. It's been team shouldn't be taken on the Cowboys loudly. going on for quite awhile, lightly and we don't believe The Paddle.People still did even back to last season, the coaching staff is. That a dandy job despite being It's not just an OSU thing game will be followed by a curtailed by a conference but rather a conference homecoming matchup with ruling earlier in the week. thing. 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