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Thursda h October 4, 2018 - B1 Bus: (405) 72~2411 Master Certified New & P 0,ned Uode www, re~noldsautos.com By Rick Lomenick FOOTBALL Journal Sports Editor ;John Marshall Perkins-Tryon has fin- ished with the appetizer game moved portion of the schedule. The to Oct. 25 main course begins tonight 'A schedule change as the Demons travel to laas been made on Oklahoma City to face the an upcoming Per- top-ranked Heritage Hall kins-Tryon High School Chargers. The kickoff is set for 7 o'clock. football game. The game will be broad- The Demons' game with John Marshall has cast on KGFY 105.5 FM been moved to Thurs- with the pregame show at day, Oct. 25. It' will remain at 7 p.m. and will be played at Taft Stadium. The game was originally scheduled for that day, according to P-T head coach Bruce Williams. 6:30 p.m. This will be the eighth two-year hiatus in :Class receiver with 13 catchesfor Both teams sit on top of meeting between the two 4A. The Chargers capped 244 yards and four touch- the District 3A-1 standings teams as Heritage Hail last year's unblemished downs, also in four games. along with Kingfisher with owns a 6-1 series advan- 14-OrecordwithaClass4A The defensive lineup 2-0 records. The Demons tage. The last time the two state championship. Often- will be a stacked formation are unbeaten at 5-0 while teams met was in 2015sively, the Chargers are with six starters returning the Chargers are 4-1 follow- when the Chargers gained led by senior running back on that side of the ball. ing a 30-20 season-opening a 56-0 shutout, at McI!vain Billy Ross who is looking Cornerback Hardy Bowers loss the Millwood. Field. P=T's lone win came. to improve on lastyear's is the leading tackler with Last week, P-T steam- in 1986 by a26,21v,e t rushing total of l ,388yards. 51 total stops while free rolled Blackwell 63-20 in first und of:the So far he has a reportbd safety Phillip Smitherman while the Chargers gained Class A )lay0ff ' ,i!: 263 yards rushing 0 36 follows with a6. a 27-20 win over No. HeritagcHal!mai es a carries through four games. The football community 2-ranked John Marshall. return tO Class 3A ra" Connor Carey is the leading MEAT, PageA2 CALENDAR Thursday, Oct. 4 ' P-THS football at Heritage Hall, 7 p.m. Game broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM with the pregame show at 6:30 p.m. P-THS softball at Class 4A regional tourna- ment in Hilldale. P,T cross country at Oklahoma Baptist Uni- versity. Ripley HS softball at Class A state tournament in Shawnee. Friday, Oct. 5 ~, Coyle HS football at Southwest Covenant, 7 p.m. Stillwater HS football at Choctaw, 7 p.m. Game broadcast on KVRO 101.1 FM with the pre- game show at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6 Perkins Bandits at rd Cushing: 3 grade, 1 p.m.; 4t" grade, 2:30 p.m.; 5~ grade, 4 p.m.; 6= grade, 5:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 8 Coyle JH football at Covington-Douglas, 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9 P-T 7th-9t" football at Cleveland, 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12 P,THS football hosts Kingfisher, 7 p.m. Game broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM with the pre- game show at 6:30 p.m. Coyle HS football hosts Welch, 7 p.m. . Stillwater HS football ~.Lawton, 7 p.m. Game brbadcast on KVRO 101.1 FM with the pre- game show at 6:30 p.m. saturday, Oct. 13 P-THS cross country ~ind Class 4A regional meet, TBD. Perkins Bandits host Dewey: 2~ grade, 12 noon; 3'd grade, 1 p,m.; 4~ grade, 2:30 p.m,; 5th grade, 4 p.m.; 6th grade, 5:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15 P-T 9~ & JV football at Bristow, 5:30 p.m. Coyle JH footba[t hosts Prue, 6 p.m: Tuesday, Oct. 16 th P-T "P & 8 football tiosts Bristow, 5 p,m. Thursday, Oct. 18 ,; P-THS football at Bridge Creek, 7 p.m. Game broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM with the pregame show at 6:30 p~m. ' Coyle HS football at Covington-Douglas, 7 p.m. ,Stillwater HS football hosts Putnam City West, 7p.m. Perkins-Tryon's Halley Kastl slides safely at home to score the Lady Demons' second run of the third inning in last Monday's final regular season game here with Blackwell. P-T gained a 12-3 win and begins Class 4A regional tournament action today at Hilldale. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick .S By Rick Lomenlck first game was at noon with winner's bracket at 2 p.m. Journal Sports Editor top-seeded and finisher out for a possible tournament Perkins-Tryon's Lady of District 7 Hilldale play- championship. An "if nec- Demons begin Class 4A ing Vinita, the fourth place essary" game is scheduled regional tournament action finisher in District 6. for 4 p.m. P-T takes a 25-7 today at Hilldale. P-T was The losers of the open- record into the tournament. scheduled to play Broken ing round games will play P-T concluded the reg- Bow at 2 p.m. in the first of at 4 p.m. with the winners ular season last Monday two games today, following at 6 p.m. to com- hosting the BlackweU Lady The Lady Demons fin- plete the first day. Friday's Maroons and gained a 12-3 ished in third place follow- action begins at 12 noon win. The outcome did not ing District 4A-5 action, with an elimination game. have any bearing on the Broken Bow was the run- The winner of that game final district standings. ner-up in District 8. The will face the team in the SOFTBALL, Page A2 RIPLEY - Thee RiPley No. 1 of The Ballfields at Lady Warriors erupted for Firelake on the south side four runs late in the game of Shawnee. This will be that proved to be the dif-" the last game of the evening ference in a 4-0 Class A session. It will follow top- regional tournament win ranked Binger-Oney (28-5) over Strother last Friday playing No. 15 Tushka that afternoon. It resulted in a began at 4 p.m also on berth in the Class A state Field No. 1. The winners of tournament that begins these two games will play today, at 1:30 p.m. Friday on the RHS, now 32-4 for the same field. season, reached the title Today's early games game after a 4-3 win over have No. 2 Amber-Po- Preston last Thursday that casset (29-4) playing No. took eight innings. The 12 Stonewall (16-9). The event began with a 3-0 win second game is No. 3 Shat- over this same Strother tuck (32-4) playing No. squad. 9 Canute (26-10) at 1:30 No." 5-ranked Ripley's p.m. The winners of those opening round game of the games will play at 11 a.m. state tournament wiill be at Friday, also on Field No. 1. 6:30 p.m. The opponent is The finals areset for 11 a.m. No.8Caddo(27-8)onField RIPLEY, PageA2 By Rick Lomenlck Journal Sports Editor BLACKWELL - The outcome of last Friday's Perkins-Tryon game at Blackwell was never really in doubt, especially after the Demons' first long drive that resulted in a touch- down. P-T rolled up over 500 yards of total offense in a 63-20 thumping of the Maroons. The win gives the Demons a perfect 5-0 overall record and 2-0 in the District 3A-1 race at the midpart of the season with the meat of the schedule on the horizon. The Demons start that portion tonight at Heritage Hall. The kickoff is 7 p.m. In a similar scenario from the previous week's game with Mannford, the Demons' first offen- sive drive started deep in their own territory at the three y rd. And history, also repeated itself as P,'F marched to length of: the field in 13 plays for the first score. It came on a two-yard plunge from senior Ty Hill with 4:16 left in the first quarter. Hill would add two more first quarter scores on runs of two and 19 yards and P-T raced tO a 21-0 lead. It was part of the team's I .i game plan to get off to a was even cut back to help The Demons added two strike. Anderson chased good start and take care of players heal up from some more scores in the second down the throw and went the business at hand early, minor injuries, quarter for a commanding horizontal as he made the Head coach Bruce Wil-"You always worry a 35-01ead. The first was took catch with 6:21 left in the liams said afterward he little bit but our kids proved place on one ofthe few pass first half. was a bit worried as his once again and they proved plays when quarterback The second score came troops didn't have a very to me that they're going Austin Mages connected with 1:35 remaining when high intensity level during to be ready to play come with receiver Colby Ander- backup tailback Ayron practice last week. One day Friday night," he said. son on a 19-yard scoring DEMONS, Page A2 Perkins-Tryon's Ty Hill follows the block of teammate Jordan Brown enroute to a nice gain during last Friday night's District 3A-1 game at Blackwell. The Demons rolled to a 63-20 win over the Maroons behind Hill's 231 yards of rushing all in the first half. He also scored three first quarter touchdowns. P-T continues on the road this week playing at Heritage Hall tonight. 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