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OCTOBER 31, 1996 PAGE-11 grade team are (front, 1 to r) Drew Wehr, Zach Carter and On the second row are (1 to r) William Aaron Anderson, Terry Smalley, An- uster. Coaches are Derek Herring and member Robert Henry is not pictured. i .... #22 Jake Marshall goes around left end for good yardage. #7 Clfiton Kolb helps out with a block. to Hominy, Travis Cundlff catch at liotm~y and First Grade Flag Football Team: Front row, Tim Harris, Larry "Bubba" Barnes, Cundiff, Tanner Farmer and Scott Har- Moorman, Casey Magee, Laiken Lester, Brittany Geter, Hannah Carroll Coaches-Cody Cundiff, Steve Barta ned Not pictured is team member Bunky by Prague Prague on October 26 by a a hard-fought, defensive struggle. tuarter and the With seconds to go in the game. The offense QB Aaron Pool and in the second half by Due to the extreme speed of the Prague team, ;held to 35 yards rushing by Billy Roberts and 23 Josh Smith. Jeremy Graham intercepted a pass led by Abe Cobb II with 16 tackles and a fumble ten tackles, Elmer Bolden with seven, with six and Jeff Ward and Jeremy Graham Others with tackles included Tony Aresco, Dusty Nick Duncan, Adam Shepherd, Aaron Pool, Josh Smith and Brian Carroll. with a regular season tally of 6 and 2. The on Saturday, November 2nd at Little Meridian squad. at Sperry The Perkins-Tryon Demons still could have a longshot at the playoffs if they win the last two games and everybody else loses. Even though they dropped to 4- ,t nvor~ll ~nrl 1 _A in district af- ter losing to Hominy last Friday night 26-0. It seemed like the Demons were facing the stiff south wind all night long and could not muster enough offense to overcome Hominy's one touchdown per quarter. They did manage one drive late in the fourth quarter with most of Sophomore Run- ning Back Jake Marshal's 8 car- ries for 30 yards, but an inter- ception on Hominy's one yard line and 99 yard return marked the end to a tough, frustrating game for P-T. The Demons pounded out 114 yards total rushing with Mike Baumgartner carrying most of the load 34 times for 110 yards. First-time star er at quarter- back, Bra .don Jarvis completed o ex feig padsing for 24 yards. That reception was made by Tra is Cundiff. z The 1996 Demons are going to find out what they are really made of in these last two games- Sperry, there, and Metro Chris- tian, here. Both are district op- ponents and if they win them both they will have the first win- ning season since 1986. "I had a team meeting with the seniors today (Tuesday)and pointed out to them that they still have a mathematical chance CERTIFIED CITIES is OFF AND RUNNING IN PERKINS! Certified Cities program has begun inPerkins. Certified Cities is a effort aimed at maximizing the quality of life that we" experience in Perkins. The categories for self-improvement are: Resources, Economic Development, Government Organization, Community Service, and Community Facilities the Certified Cities Steering Committee members listed here as contacts ott Would like to learn more about the program or lend. your support. 123 NE 2nd 547-5533 Co-Chair 310 NE 7th ,547-2464 Gov't, Services P.O. Box 400 547-2462 Co-Chair Fagan P.O. Box 186 547-2685 Comm. Services Rt. 3 Box 850 547-5002 Gov't, Facilities Rt. 3 Box 265 743-6837 Advisor 407 SE 3rd 372-2884 Human Res.,Econ.Dev. P.O. Box 22 547-2436 Publicity, Gov't P.O. Box 432 547-2436 Human Resources 17 Cimarron Trail 547-2226 Econ.Dev., Facilities P.O. Box 398 547-2436 Econ.Dev.,Services 123 NE 2nd 547-5533 .Comm. Services 105 N. Timberline 547-2481 Human Resources s 124 S. Main 547-5392 Econ.Dev., Facilities Consider yourself a part of the Perkins community, you are more than welcome to join us at anytime! to play in district, but also that they could be the seniors that bring the first winning season to the school since '86," Head Coach Mark Harmon said. "I expect them to take care of business Friday night." He added that the team does not have an "attitude" problem despite the recent setbacks. "We had a good practice today and they are in good spirits." The squad will be 12 players larger for the last two games as well. Traditionally, the coaching staff invites the freshmen to join the team so that they can be a part of the program and prepare them for next year. Conservative Jim lnhofe Liberal Jim Boren I I I JIM INHOFE ISSUE JIM BOREN Voted YES Balanced Budget AGAINST ................ .............. Amendment ..... ,. i,, ......................... Leader for STRONG NATIONAL Defense Onk, I) ogram he WOULD CUT to DEFENSE. Voted to reverse bahuo budget ................ C.!!['.t.on.D.e!ensecu!s:'!/LY'!'! ........... .,. ,,, ., . AGAINST. Partial birth abortion H~ s made NO public Voted to override sh tement, btd is Pro-Choice Clinton veto ~V2~,lO, and ,supports the President OPPOSES BIG GOVERNMENT Health Care SUPPOR1-S GOVERNMENT-RUN, Clinton Plan Canadian-.sMe Single Payer System. AGAINST. Gun Control Legislation FOR, Voted "no" on the Brady Bill. !',,ppo ted Buddy Bill I l/hVU4 ", :, -,'.L','{ Voted "no" on tim Assault Ban. #2~,/'/4 ,,.,t ~t~iu4 FOR. Legal Tort Reform AUTHORED ................ .product L:!abitity Bill..!Lq.!/.'"' ............ OPPOSES new taxes, Taxes Voted "no" on Clinton tax increase. "/~I'> : Signed "Taxpayer Protection Pledge." I,V',/-. Sii! polh~d As,sauIt Ball, ,, i< ;,,, ~ ,..'~ 4!g ;1'~, AGAINST. !-~ppi)d,~(.! bV lr~al Lav@'P, rs ' ! ,, SUPPORT NEW TAXES i~.,r~m vasnt prepared to sa-what !;(! ','(}uId ~,'t)((? f()t 311d 'WoLItd t~ot COqluiellt oit whdller he wotltd ':ubpod Jar (I{IIS Voted "yes" on Pro-Family tax cut. I I/1::#r, Lives in OKLAHOMA and HAS for 54 years. Residence SUPPORTS REFORM that Campaign Reform Covers Labor Union act v t e~, National Federabon of Independent Busirless Fraternal Order ol Police Veterans of Foreign Warn National Coalibon of Vietnam Vet,~; Endorsements ,i;~q uot .~;~r ~li~(I Taxpayer f,4)ti uh(H Pledqe " L;,()",/E-() OU[ (~t Oklahoma for 48 ~', s m~(t h,,ed ()v~ 30 of t!mrn ul i) ?, .............. OPPOSES :,;F F(/RM that co,,/ers !,~b~n Uni(H~ acti,nties ~, ~ 1, Auto Wolkers A[ i. ClO * !i!,i!]/%~dl