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Sports THE JOURNAL, Thursday, October 30, 2014 - B3 Sophomore Autry Westfall stayed pretty busy during Friday night's game at Kingfisher. Here he returns one of three kickoffs for a total of 15 yards. Westfall was also the Demons' leading rusher with 28 yards on five carries as a reserve quarterback late in the game. The host Yellowjackets gained a 37-0 win. Journal photo by Kyle Lomenick DEMONS Continued from Page B1 "I was pleased with the the game due to receiving an eight-yard loss. Strong way our defense came out two personal foul penalties safety Dillon Longbrake and played in the second in the game at Blackwell the added 10 tackles. half," Williams said. "The week before. Trout finished Kingfisher 37, P-T 0 kids showed they weren't the game rushing for 118 P-T 0 0 0 0= 0 going to quit playing hard." yards on l7 carries and the KHS 10 13 7 7-37 P-T committed five turn- score. Rushing- P-T: Westfall 5-28; overs on five straight pos- Reserve quarterback Crosby 9-19; Peyton 8-6; Swink 1-2; Elwood 1-(-1); Bledsoe sessions that started in the Autry Westfall was P-T's 9-(-6). KHS: Trout 17-116, TD; second quarter and carded leading rusher with 28 Hart 2-8; Sternberger 1-19; Brett Smith 1-10; Shepherd 1-6; Mur- over to the third. Two of yards on five carries. Peyton phey 1-4; Haub 8-(-7). those fumbles led to King- was held to 6 yards on 8 Passing-P-T: Bledsoe 6-15- fisher scores. The Demons carries. Peyton entered the 1,81 yards. KHS: Haub 11-15-0, lost four fumbles and had game averaging just below 118 yards, 3 TDs; Shepherd 1-1-0, 47 yards. one pass intercepted. 200 yards a game rushing. Receiving - P-T: Sharp 3-45; Kingfisher's scores in Bledsoe was 6-for-16 Gould1-13; Peyton1-12; Elwood the second half were a passing for 81 yards and the 1-11. KHS: Sternberger 4-34, TD; Brady Smith 3-56, 2 TDs; 21-yard fumble return by one interception. Sharpwas Shepherd 2-6; Woods 1-47; Sternberger in the third the leading receiver with Arrington 1-14; Borelli 1-6. Tackles - P-T: Peyton 14, quarter and a 55-yard run three catches for 45 yards. Bell 11, Longbrake 10, Peck 7, by backup running backLeading tackler was Sharp 7, Wall 7. Hart 6, Gould Reid Trout in the fourth Peyton with 14 stops. Line- 5, Binford 2, Crotty 2, EIwood period. Trout played in the backer Chrys Bell followed 1, Richard 1, Self 1, Smith 1, place of starter Nick Smith with 11 tackles includ- Stansberry 1, Stites 1. QB sacks/yards - P-T: Bell who was suspended froming a quarterback sack for 1-8, Wall 1-9. BRIEFS Conference Tournament at Davenport through Thurs- day, Nov. 20. Tuesday, Nov. 18 Ripley HS basketball hosts Mulhall-Orlando, 6:30 PO K E S p.m. Continued from Page Wednesday, Nov. 19 need to remember the team Perkins-Tryon Coaches graduated 28 seniors from Show, 6 p.m., broadcast live on KGFY 105.5 FM from El a year ago that played a Mexicano. bunch. Then you include Thursday, Nov. 20 in that number players who Ripley 5th-6th basketball still had eligibility but left at Perry, 4:30 p.m. the program for whatever Friday, Nov. 21 reason. That left a lot of P-THS girls' basketball vacancies to be filled with scrimmage at Blackwell, 4 p.m. inexperienced players as Agra HS basketball well as freshmen. hosts MulhalI-Orlando, 6:30 So should the Cowboys p.m. just try to get through the rest of the season without SHS Continued from Page B1 Agra JH basketball hosts Day, 6:30 p.m. Oilton, 4 p.m. Ripley HS basketball at Carney JH basketball Oilton, 6:30 p.m. hosts Ripley, 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15 Coyle JH basketball P-THS boys' basketball hosts Frontier, 4:30 p.m. scrimmage, 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 14 P-TMS wrestling at P-THS football in first Cushing Open. round of Class 3A state Monday, Nov. 17 playoffs, TBD. P-T 7th-8th basketball Stillwater HS football in host P-T Tournament first round of Class 6A state through Saturday, Nov. 22 playoffs, TBD. P-T 9th basketball at Coyle HS basketball in Wellston Tournament first round of Class C state through Saturdayl Nov. 22. playoffs, TBD. Agra, Carney, Coyle, Agra HS basketball and Ripley basketball at hosts Riverfield Country 7th-8th grade Cimarron 7 PREGAME Continued from Page seven players with over 100 yards in receiving each so far this season. Running back Justin Walton is the leading rusher with close to 500 yards on over 50 carries. Scott McCartney will also see time in the backfield as he has nearly 200 yards rushing. The 3-4 defense is big and explosive and the secondary experienced, Inman said in a preseason publication. The defensive front is anchored by senior nose guard Sammy Benard and defensive end Morgan Downey. Filling the line- backer positions are junior Colton Taylor and senior Brooks Brown. Cornerback Eli Harris, a senior, leads the secondary. Williams feels his troops will face a challenging situation this week. First of all, the gam won't have any beating for post-season position but you don't want to come out and play sloppy either. The Demons are pre- paring for the Leopards like it is another district game. "We feel a team like Lindsay will help us pre- pare for Blackwell next week," Williams said. "The kids need a good taste as they head into Week 10 and a win would help us with that confidence." The Demons hope to get back on track after the shutout last week at King- fisher. Senior running back Jacob Peyton can add to his already highlight reel season as he has rushed for 1,096 yards. He was held to a career-low six yards last week. Senior quarterback Zac Bledsoe needs 105 yards to reach 1,000 for the year OKLAHOMA CITY - point conversion pass failed Heritage Hall jumped out leaving the score 14-6. The to a 14-0 first quarter lead Chargers matched the core as a springboard to a 32-12 with a 55-yard pass play for win over the Perkins-Tryon a 20-6 halftime score. seventh graders at Charger After a scoreless third Stadium last Thursday.quarter, Heritage Hall Heritage Hall scored on added two more fourth runs of 23 and 40 yards and quarter scores. The first with the extra point kicks, was a 15-yardpass connec- led 14-0 at the end of the tion and the second was a first quarter. 30-yard run. P-T cut into the deficit Warden added the with a five-yard touchdown pass from Cole Aldridge to Devon Warden in the second period. The two- Continued from Page B1 night, followed by Bartlesville XXX with 89, Edmond Memorial Stillwater High's boys with 93 and Owasso fourth cross country team, led with 100 points. SHS was by Be Frohock, captured seventh with 166 points. seventh place in a Class 6A Frohock finished 16th Regional 5K Meet at Oral individually in a time of Roberts University in Tulsa 17:56.58. last Saturday. Bartlesville (53 points) The finish qualified the edged Jenks (59 points) Pioneers for the Class 6A to win the Class 6A Girls State Cross Country Meet Regional 3K Cross Coun- try Meet last Saturday at ORU. SHS's Lady Pioneers finished 10th with a score Demons' final score on a Saturday, starting at 12:45 65-yard kickoff return in p.m. at Edmond Santa Fe. the fourth quarter. Jenks won the boys' We Do All Minor regional title with 27 points, of 301. B1 in passing. He's completed 71 of 123 passes inclUding District 3A-1 / eight touchdowns. He's / also thrown three inter- anuln o ceptions. Thunder Sharp, All Dist. +/- also a senior, is the leading Heritage Hall 7-1 5-075 Kingfisher7-1 4-060 receiver 28 catches for 399 P-T 5-3 3-21 yards. Peyton follows with Blackwetl 4-4 2-20 19 receptions for 266 yards. Cushing 4-4 1-3-16 Centennial1-7 0-4-60 The offensive line will Mannford 1-7 0-4-60 once again be challengedFriday's games ,, P-T at Lindsay / to open up holes against a Blackwell at Cushing defense that has given up Kingfisher at Heritage Hall r less than 100 points for the Mannford at Centennial season. Last week's games , Blackwell 54, Centennial 18 , The P-T secondary willCushing 63, Bethel 12 ..... most likely be challenged Heritage Hall 63, Mannford 14 again by the passing of Kingfisher37, P-T0 I' Standridge. Lindsa c's rush- ing attack can't be ignored the winner gaining an inside either. The Leopards are track on the fourth place averaging just over 156 position. yards a game rushing and A win by the Maroons another 240 yards through will move them into a tie the air. for third with P-T at 3-2 Junior strong safety in the district standings. Dillon Longbrake is the A loss by Cushing could leading tackler for P-T eliminate the Tigers from with 87 tackles. The line- the post-season. backer corps of Peyton, In District 3A-2, Beth- Chris Peck, Chrys Bell, and any leads the way with a Daniel Wall follow with 4-0 record after its 49-0 win 61, 56, 53, and 52 stops, over Blanchard. Douglass respectively, and John Marshall are tied Injury-wise, the Demons for second with 3-1 dis- remain pretty healthy,trict marks after Douglass Offensive and defensive squeaked out a 21-20 win lineman Caleb Hart is ques- over the Bears last week. tionable with a knee injury. Elsewhere, Meeker Tight end Cade Richard is rolled past Bridge Creek still bothered with a hip 49-21. Mount St. Mary pointer but is expected to thumped Dickson 54-22 play. outside of the district. As mentioned, the This week, Bethany can Kingfisher at Heritage Hall increase its chance to win game will be the top con- a district championship test among the rest of the with a win at Mount St. district teams. The winner Mary. Douglass will be at will be the outright leader Blanchard and John Mar- inthe district standings and shall will host Meeker. will mostly likely win the Wins by both of those teams championship, will keep them in the hunt nether playoff position for a district title as well. could be decided Friday Bridge Creek will host night as well. Blackwell Madill in a game outside will travel to Cushing with the district. B2 any further injuries to key expected. That's the mark players? Remember the of a program that's still Pokes are one win away rising. from being bowl eligible With regards to the but if you take a look at the lighter side of the game, final four opponents, it's a there were some accom- bit tough trying to figure out plishments reached. where that one win could Grogan's 40-yard field come from. goal he made in the second One would think the quarter moved him into a tie final home game on Nov. for ninth all-time with 29. 15 against Texas could be He shares that number with it. That makes, sense as the Jason Ricks who kicked Longhorns are still experi- from 2004-2007. For a encing the growing pains single season, Grogan is from first-year head coach now in seventh place with Charlie Strong. Certainly 18 field goals. the road trips to K-State, Grogan entered the game Baylor, and Oklahoma will leading the nation in field be tough but OSU has won goals made per game at at each of those places. 2.43 and his 10.9 points In one way, it's good to scored per game ranked first see fans voicing their frus- among kickers. trations about how things Also, Johnson's touch- are going this season after down catch was the first experiencing a lot of suc- reception and touchdown cess in recent years. There of his career. were those years that get- Safety Jordan Sterns ting five wins was deemed recorded a career-high 20 pretty good and qualifying tackles and the defense has for a bowl game was a treat, recorded at least two sacks Now lots of wins and a in nine consecutive games. great bowl destination are . Convenient .Free Disk Lock w/Unit Rental 417 W. Freeman Your Local I~dependent Agent We've Gel Don 505 E. I Iwy. 33 Perkins 547-2900