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page 4- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, October 7, 1993 ,DEMONSBBBBBBiBBnNBBBBUUBBBUBBIUBBUBBUmmIBBBBBBBBBB (Continued from Page I) . feel we should be 3-2 right now. I think we should have won our first three games. "There's still plenty to play for. "I hope our young men accept the challenge of playing No. 1. I know I'm looking forward to the game. It's great to play the best. Newcastle has the type of program we want to have n a year or two. They don't have any super athletes but play excellent team ball. "We need to play with pride at Newcastle. Give a solid effort, and we need to avoid any injuries. Those are our goals Friday night. "I hope to have everybody hack, except McClellan. "We can still win two or three of our final five games, and that would begin our turnaround. "But, to accomplish this, we have to stay healthy, keep working to improve and give 100 percent during practice and during a game. We've got to concentrate and eliminate our mistakes. "We're not done. There are still goals we can reach," said Gray. Player of the Week David Focht, sophomore two-way linenuan, was named Player of the Week by the Perkins-Tryon football coaching staff. Focht gave the Demons their only points in three games when he tackled Jones' Randall McCoy in the endzone for a third period safety. "David also graded consistency on his assignments both offensively and defensviely," his head coach Pat Gray said. District Results Scores from last week's play in District 3A-I: Jones 63, Perkins-Tryon 2; New- castle 27, Perry 0; Kingfisher 28, Millwood 6; Tuttle 37, Bethany 0. This week's schedule and stand- ings (district record listed first): Perkins-Tryon (0-2, 0-5) at New- castle (2-0, 5-0); Tuttle (1-1, 4-1) at Kingfisher (2- o, 4-l); Millwood (1-1, 1-4) at Jones (2- 0, 3-2); Perry (0-2, I-4) at Bethany (0-2, i-4). E/../TE Basketball, wrestling signups are set next week Two nights of signup, for and girls basketball, and wrestling are scheduled for next week. The kids basketball program will at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. i  in the Perkins Elementary ..... gymnasium. The program is boys and thirds in grade three, and five. The wrestling program is sored by the Perkins Youth Organization and garten through the eighth Signup will be 6 p.m. Tuesday, 12, in the elementary school nasinm. JV tilt off Thursday's junior varsity SOPHOMORE DAVID FOCHT earned Player of the Week honors game between Perldns-Tryon OTrnnasttcs IB|IB| RII!I against Jones for his "overall play" and for his tackle in the Tonkva has been canceled, 3824 E. 6th Stillwater I|IhI|IIiiRWi IJlFIB endzone that gave his Perkins- Tryon Demons a safety in the Miller, athletic director, I....,.... ,9,, O 199, third period to end a 1e-quarter scoring drought, tdJ=Wc just Gymnastics for don't have the to play CHEERNASTICS Boys & Girls 2 1/2 yrs. old Tt aa up to Competitive Team. exne lat n(ail Craig A allaway CalI:405-377-GYMN scl x t, at ::0 "r tal th a  p.: I.  " i -"  : se' .r h Nov. 1. a junior varsity Thursday and a varsity game next night at Newcastle," explained. P-T will host Tonkawa in school doubleheader that kicks at 5:30 p.m. "That's 30 minutes earlier If you are informed about breast cancer, there is no reason to fear it. Follow these steps to increase your awareness conceming breast cancer. See your doctor for a yearly breast examination. Learn how to do breast self-examinations. Have a baseline screening mammogram by the age of 40 and after age 45, sche- dule a mamrnogtam yearly. Cushing Regional Hospital offers mammography testing utilizing the latest state-of-the-art equipment with the lowest dose of radiation. We provide information on how to , do monthly self-exams. And if : you are 35 or over, you may self-refer for a mammogram without a physician's order. All exams are read by a Board Certified Radio- legist with 20 years experience in reading mammograms.  Now through October 31, 1993, CRH is offering reduced priced mammography screenings for only $50.00 (if paid in advance), which includes Radiologist's Interpretation. Don't put off this important test - call  to schedule your 918/225-8220. ' - appointment- !.., i CMshlng. >""""" .......... - llRe nqnan 1027 E. Cherry Ho,sg p Cushing, OK 74023 ital (91 a) 225-2915 _ the announced scheduled time d i p.m.," Miller noted. P-T has added Crescent to .seventh and eighth grade Ckl0000'0000rr00ehi Omee & School Supply YOUR HOME FOR XEROX COpiERS ANd... McCaw Pagers .Teacher Supplies Office Furniture .Office Equipment 614 SOUTH MAIN STILLWATER 405-377-9732 VARSITY FOOTBALL "Oct. 1 Jones (HomeComing) Here/7:30 Oct. 8 Newcastle There/7:30 Oct. 14 Bethany Here/7:30 Oct. 22 Perry There/7:30 Oct. 29 Tuttle Here/7:30 Nov. 5 Millwood Here/8:00 JR. VARSITY FOOTBALL CHOPPED SIRLOIN 004.29. Re. $6.69 Oct. 4-16 Nov. 1 Wellston Here/6:00 I Sept. 30 Oct.7 OCt. 21 Oct. 25 7th, 8th, 9th Football Stroud-7th, 9th Tonkawa-7th, 9th Bristow-7th, 8th, 9th Newkirk-7th, 8th There/6:00 Here/6:00 Ther/5:00 There/5:00 | Payne County 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 Stiliwater The Perkins Journal McANALL Y'S '" .R51 You Could Be Here... VIDEO I'NTALS i P.O. Box 695 547 83  133 South Main Phone: (405)547-2411 Perkins, OK 74059 FAX (405)547-5564