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The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 13, 1977-5 Demons Defeated by Tonkawa 33-8 "Oops," says Terry Ventris as he gets put to the ground by a Tonkawa player. Anderson stops a Tonkawa player dead in his tracks as Magee flys in to assist. by Keith Disney The Perkins-Tryon De- mons traveled to Tonkawa last Friday night to battle the Buccaneers. P-T was slow getting started as it was in the fourth period before the Demons lit the scoreboard. Tonkawa, in the meantime, pulled out a TD in each quarter to pirate the game 33-8. The Demons were unable to move the ball to pay-dirt the first half as the first quarter ended with the Buccaneers up 6-0. And Tonkawa added 13 points in the second period to go away st the half with a 19-0 stretch over the Demons. The third quarter went scoreless for the Demons, while the Buccaneers added 7 to move out 26-0. A five yard scramble early in the fourth quarter by Greg Baker put the Demons on the board with 6 while Dwayne Deaver capped off the P-T scoring drive of 8 with the two point conversion. Tonka- wa finished the period by adding 7 points. And the game ended with the Demons falling to a 33-8 loss. P-T will venture to Edmond next week to take on Deer Creek in an important district game. "It seems that at least once a year we have a game where we can not do anything right," remarked Coach McIlvain. "I hope this was the one. I do feel, after thinking about the game for 48 hours, that it was not all this that caused us to lose. l believe that I did not prepare the team as much for this game as for the district games that are coming up this next three weeks. It is hard to tell when you have a team mentally ready to play. You think they are ready and they are not or you don't know for sure, and they are. "We were down at half time, but the kids came back and played real good the last quarter when they didn't give up and showed that they could play good football. It wasjust too late then. "I believe our kids will make a better performance this week at Deer Creek of Edmond," Coach added. "It is a district game and a MUST win for us." "0- Junior High Demons shut out Bulldogs 6-0 by Dusty Lane The Perkins-Tryon Junior High Football Teams reciev- ed their second victory of the season against Davenport. We opened the 1st quarter when we received the ball in our own territory. On the fourth down we ran the reverse, and J. P. Oliver ran for a touchdown, with Mark Irwin making a fantastic block. For the reat of the game the Demons held a tough defense against Davenport. The defensive line included: Mark Irwin and Steve Dearer at Defensive Ends. We had anew player at noseguard who played a remarkable game. his name is David Bates. Danny Colvin played tackle. On offense we had Barry Moreland at quarterback and Mitch McKosato later on. Steve Cole and Wade Fields at halfback, and George Murray at fullback. The line consisted of Jerry Payne, Steve Dearer, David Sasser, David Chaney, Danny Col. vin, Mark Irwin, Freddie Pitts and J. P. Oliver. Credit goes to both the offensive and defensive teams of Perkins. Steve Dearer made a number of smash tackles, along with Mark Irwin. In the second quarter Danny Colvin was moved to Middle Linebacker and made a number of assisted tackles. Wade Fields made a smashing tackle on number 44 of Davenport and he was stunned momentarily. Injuries include a pinched nerve in the side of Barry Mooreland. George Murray had a flogged leg, and Mark Irwin had a few mental problems this game. He struck head-on and had slight forgetfulness. Offense wasn't our high- light, but we did O.K. "Everyone has improved and they are all playing with more enthusiasm," beamed Coach Lauener. I would like to thank Danny Colvin and Rick Lomenick for helping me with this report. Junior High Coaches Shelby Lauener and Rick Evans .!: watchtheir secondintendYvictory.as the Junior Demons come through with !i ,% .: :. .: % ,, % 5: ,?, oO. o; ,Q. : :i: ::: % % i: Rose cuts back and finds running room as John Moore, Todd "Come back here," say Anderson and Higgins in Friday night's SmaUey, and Kelvin Smith look on. game. This page made possibi by the following Demon Boosters - Cimarron Valley Co-op, Inc. Perkins Plumbing Shop J. D. & Evelyn Anderson 547.2700 247 S. Main 547.2470 111 S. Main Ill I I D011 Rags, Inc. Dave & Chada Cupp ; Jr. Sports Wear --Wholesaler-- PerkMs Payne County Bank 547.2555 547.2436 202 S. Main 547-2862 l DeI.Mar's Food Store Perkins 'Y' Livestock Auction 547.2533 N.W. of Perkins 219 S. Main Viola's Boutique V/o/a Moorman, Owner Perkins Drug "Fu//.T/me Drug Dept." 547.2079 Calvin Anthony, Owner I I Designs by Shone Shone Collum 547.2118 Main & chantry P.J.'s Flowers, Gifts, & Crafts Patty Johnson 547-2763 147 S. Main II Gibble Country Corner Mark and Jo Plttman 547.2037 Jct. 33 & 177 Oleo Acres Mark & Jo Pittman 547.2676 E. on Hwy. 33 I I Perkins Paint Supply Stella & Orval Ingrain 547.2927 307 N. Main I II al Blumer's Champlin Station 547-2446 Hurley Blamer 148 S. MaM -- I I I Vassar Company 547.2414 207 N. Main Pogue's City Plumbing Co., Inc. L.R. "Rod" Pogue 547.2117 122 S. Main I I lUby's Steak House Adts and Unda Riley, Owners 547-8907 115 S. Main I I I Dr. John C. Doyle Casey's Barber Shop Harvey Brixey. Farmers Union Insurance 547.2251 South Main Street[ II i i Olson Hardware Co. 547.2472 !1 S. Carl and CJeo Rose Whistle Stop 547.2464 Jude's Steak House Frank & Judy Spillers, Owners 224 N. Main Ralph's Packing Company Ralph & Sue Crane N.W. of Perkins Corner Fashions 547.2849 101 S. Main Cimarron Auto Parts Johnnle & Mary Dean 547.2421 Stumbo & W. 2nd Harland Wells Baker's Dry Goods John Baker 547.2461 102 S. Main I Strode Funeral Home 547.2100 372.5550 Ill I  Vivian's Perkins Cafe Wayne & Vivlan Brake 547-2127 143 S. Main I Main Service Center Ross Jacobs, Owner 547.2435 Comer Ma/n & Thomas