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The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 27, 197%5 We made it to the playoffs - now to StateZ C These Senior captains of the P-T Demons will have an extended season now that "We made the playoffs." Left to right are, Greg Baker, Pecos Bridenstine, Mark Anderson and Guy Rose. give us a chance to play at Demons Declaw Lions 20.9 w00oleast oneknowsmOrewhatgame,mightand happen. The Perkins-Tryon De- mons were away again this week when they traveled to Luther. The Demons, after a slow first half, came home with a 20-9 victory to dampen the Lions' homecoming. P-T won the toss and chose to receive. The Demons were forced to punt after the first series of downs. On their fourth down Luther scored on a 41 yard field goal to lead 3-0. With 6:27 left in the second quarter Modell Tat, scored from 10 yards out and Luther went away at the half with a 9-0 lead. The Demons came alive in the second half. It took only 3 plays after Kelvin Smith recovered a Luther fumble before Mark Anderson went in from 15 yards out, the extra point failed and P-T trailed 9-6. The momentum continued as Dwayne Dearer went the final 5 yards for another Oemon TD only eight plays after a Luther punt. Roger Norrie drove through for the two point conversion and the third quarte ended with Perkins-Tryon up 14-9. Early in the 4th period Mark Anderson dug out seven more yards to end a Demon drive from Luther's 49, with the Demons third TD of the night. The remaining minutes went scoreless and the Demons came home undefeated in district play with a 20-9 triumph over Luther. "The Luther victory was indeed the biggest win of the season. We were picked to be third in our district, but we set a goal of getting into the play-offs. We did just that; no matter what the outcome is with Crescent this Friday night," said Coach Mcllvain. The victory over Luther was a joy, but we lost two players who will probably not get to play in the Crescent game. This loss will be a definite factor in the game. "We were real proud of the team the way they came back the second half and really took it to them. "I really don't know for sure what was wrong in the first half with our players. It could have been that Grog Baker could not play, or it The Demons will host Crescent on the P:r field this might have been that we week. were a little over confident. Also we had a player or two that were not feeling up to par. "It was a team effort the second half. We started blocking and tackling better. Our defense did not allow them a first down and they made only 8 yards rushing. "We gave them a couple of real good opportunities the first half, and they made use of them for their field goal and touchdown. "Our game with Crescent is for the district champion- ship. It will determine who we play in the play-off. Come out and support the kids this Friday night. "We, the coaches and the team, want to thank the people who were at the Luther game. The kids really appreciate the turn out. It had a lot to do with getting our kids up for the second half. It was the best turn out for an away game that we have had all year." "We are glad that this group has made it to the play-offs. The seniors have not been in any state play-offs in football. This will FOOTBALL THE STATISTICS P-T Luther First Down 12 5 Yards Rushing 195 109 Yards Passing 13 0 Passes 1-2 0-6 Passes Int. by 2 1 Fumbles lost 3 Punts 5-35.8 5-30.2 Penalties 4-30 12 118 SCORES BY QUARTERS P-T 0 0 14 6--20 Luther 3 6 0 0--9 1 ST QUARTER Luther--Kenny Lake 41 field goal 2ND QUARTER Luther--Modell Tate 10 run (kick failed) 3RD QUARTER P-T--Mark Anderson 15 run (run failed) P-T--Dwayne Deaver 5 run (Roger Norrie run) 4TH QUARTER P-T--Anderson 7 run (run failed) Yea Demons! ,o % %, %, %, ::: .% s 2 .:...: -: ,% ,% :2: ?, .% % ;2 % % i: :! :: The seniors of the future State Football Champs. Back row-Tim Delano, Mike Huffman, Steve Magee, David Amrine, Kelvin Smith, Steve Allen. Front Cimarron Valley Co-op, Inc. 547.2700 247 S. Main Doll Rags, Inc. Dave & Chad, Cupp Jr. Sports Wear --Wholesaler-- Perkins Payne County Bank- 547.2436 202 5. Main Perkins 'Y' Livestock Auction 547.2533 N.W. of Perkim i! Έ: . ) row-Pecos Bridenstine, Greg Baker, Mark Anderson, Guy Rose, Roger Norrie and Bobbie Gordon. Perkins Plumbing Shop J. D. & Evelyn Anderson 547.2470 111% $. Main DeI-Mar's Food Store 547.2555 219 S. Main 547.2862 Viola's Boutique Viola Moorman, Owner Perk, s Drug "Full.Time Drug Dept." 547.2079 Calvin Anthony, Owner 1977 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE SEPT 2 -- .28 AWAY • HENNESSEY .............. .o .... _ SEPT. 9 DEPEW. ............... . . 2.o-.o. . HOME 7:30 SEPT. 16 SEPT. 23 SEPT• 30 OCT. OCT. OCT. OCT. NOV. * District IO-B Games PRAGUE 1,: 36 AWAY - 7:30 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • YALE* 3.8. q HOME - 7:30 m - a • • • • • w • • • • • • • • • • • DAVENPORT* (Homecoming)...28-12. . . . HOME - 7:30 7 TONKAWA .e. 33 AWAY - 7:30 z • • . • • • . . • • • • • • • • • • 14 ,DEER CREEK (EDMOND)* ....... ep.. AWAY - 7:30 21 LUTHER* 20-9 AWAY- 7:30 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • m • 28 CRESCENT* HOME- 7:30 • • • . • • • • • • • • . • • • • • • 4 FAIRFAX HOME- 7:30 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • z • • • • • Perkins-Tryon will wear black jerseys at all home games. This page made possible by the Designs by Shana Shana Collum, 547.2118 Main & Chantry P.J.'s Flowers, Gifts, g Crafts Patty Johnson 547-2763 147 S. Main Gibble Country Corner Mark and Jo Pittman 547.2037 Jct. 33 & 177 547.2676 Oleo Acres Mark & Jo P/ttman E. an Hwy. 33 Demon Boosters - Ralph's Packing Company Ralph & Sue Crane 547.2464 N.W. of Perkins Corner Fashions 547.2849 101 S. Main Cimarron Auto Parts Johnnle & Mary Dean 547.2421 Stumbo 8 W. 2nd Harland Wells :.i :'2 .:..., %, '2 ..... !: ::: :- i'! '2' ,%. %', % Perkins Paint Supply Stella & Orval Ingram 547.2927 307% N. Main Blumer's Champlin Station 547.2446 Hurley Blumer 148 $. MaM Pogue's City Plumbing Co., Inc. L.R. "Red" Pogue 547.2117 122 S. Main Riley's Steak House Adis and Llnda Riley, Owners 547-8907 115 S. Main 547.2414 Vassar Company 207 N. Maln Bill and Joan McDanlel Olson Hardware Co. Alvin & Chastoen Olson 547.2472 I tl S. Main Carl and CloG Rose Dr. John C. Doyle Casey's Barber Shop Harvey Brixey, Farmers Union Insurance 547.225 ! South Main Street  Whistle Stop Baker's Dry Goods 547.2461 John Baker 102 S. Main Strode Funeral Home 547-2100 372.5550 Vivian's Perkins Cafe Wayne & Wvlan Brake 547.2127 143 S. Main ".:2 € ?v ;2 :: r..: Main Service Center Ross Jacobs, Owner 547.2435 Comer Main 8 Thomas ii!