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Thursday, October 2019 - B1 Second place up for grabs I 9 By Rick Lomenick Night festivities, second place. The winner road by a 26-14 final score.1950. The Bears won those Journal Sports Editor The game will be broad- will have the inside track This will be the fourthgames by scores of 41-0 and District 3A-1 Let's face facts, there's cast on KGFY 105.5 FM of hosting a first round state meeting between the two65-0, respectively. Standings alot riding on the outcome vJith the pregame show playoff game against the teams and the first time Head coach Bruce Wil- All Dist. +/- of Friday night's District starting at 6:30 p.m. It will third place finisher from John Marshall has played in liams was quick to realize Heritage Hall 7-0 5-0 67 3A-1 encounter with John also be streamed live online District 3A-2. The loser Perkins. The three previous the magnitude ofthis game. P-T 7-1 4-I 53 Marshall. Perkins-Tryon by going to the station's will finish most likely finish meetings were at historic He feels it's the biggest dohnMarshall 7-1 4-1 42 Kingfisher4-4 3-215 will host the Bears for the website at stillwaterradio, third and travel to the run- Taft Stadium in Oklahoma game his troops will play Mannford 2-6 2-3-12 7 p.m. contest at McI1- net and clicking on the ner-up finisher in District 2. CityandwinsforJohnMar-in the six years he's been Blackwell 2-6 1-4-45 vain Field as part of Senior KGFY "Listen Live" boxThe Demons are coming shall. The Bears coasted the skipper. And it boils Bridge Creek 2-6 1-4-45 Mt. St. Mary 1-7 0-5-75 at the top of the home page. off last week' s home past the Demons 42-10 last down to the implications of This week's games Both teams enter thethumping of Bridge Creek year. Other meetings were the game. John Marshallat P-T game with identical records by a 42-6 verdict. John in 2016 in the second round "It' s all for position," he Mt. St. Mary at Kingfisher of 6-1 overall and 3-1 in Marshall held off a pesky of the playoffs and the said after last week's win Blackwell at Heritage Hall Mannford at Bridge Creek the district race and tied for Mannford bunch on the series opener was back in PLAYOFF, Page A2 3ALENDAR Friday, Nov. 1 P-THS football hosts John Marshall, 7 p.m. Game broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM with the pregame show at 6:30 p.m. Coyle HS football hosts Deer Creek-Lam- ont, 7 p.m. Stillwater HS football at Putnam City, 7 p.m. Game broadcast on KVRO 101.1 FM with the pregame show at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2 Perkins Bandits football at championship games in Cushing: 2nd grade vs. Guthrie, 11 a.m.; 4= grade vs. Okmul- gee, 2 p.m.; 5th grade vs. Okmu Igee, 3:45 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4 Agra 5~8th basketball at Ripley; 4:30 p.m. Carney JH basketball hosts Oilton, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5 Agra HS basketball with Carney, Chesapeake Energy Arena, OKC, 12 noon. ,Ripley 5th-8th basket- ball at Oak Grove, 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7 Carney JH basketball hosts Ripley, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8 P-THS football at Mount St. Mary, 7 p.m. Game broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM with the pregame show at 6:30 p.m. Coyle HS football at Bluejacket, 7 p.m. Stillwater HS football hosts Del City, 7 p.m. Game broadcast on KVRO 101.1 FM with the .pregame show at 6:30 ;p.m. Agra HS basketball hosts MulhalI-Orlando, 6:30 p.m. Ripley HS basketball host Carney, 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11 P-TMS basketball at Berryhill, 5 p.m. th th Agra 5 -8 basketball at Oilton, 4:30 p.m. Coyle 5th-8= basketball hosts MulhalI-Orlando, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov 12 Agra HS JV hosts Sovereign, 6:30 p.m. Carney HS basketball hosts MulhalI-Orlando, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov 14 P-TMS basketball with Guthrie: girls, there, 5 p.m.; boys, here, 5 p.m. th th ,Carney 5 -8 basket- ball at MulhalI-Orlando, 4:30 p.m. th th Coyle 5 -8 basketball hosts Frontier, 4:30 p.m. Ripley 5=-8th basket- ball at Oilton, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15 P-THS football in Class 3A state playoffs, TBD. Perkins-Tryon linebacker Treyson Dunigan (44) wraps up Bridge Creek quarterback Dominick Baez for a sack during first half action of last Friday night'sDistrict 3A-1 game at Mcllvain Field. Other Demons defenders move in to assist. se I S By Rick Lomenick Journal Sports Editor Christmas seemed to have come a bit early this year for Perkins-Tryon in their 42-6 thrashing of Bridge Creek here last Friday night. The Demons defense forced five turn- overs with the offense scor- ing on three of them enroute to the District 3A- 1 verdicts on a soggy McIlvain Field. The win sets up a battle for second place in the district this week as P-T will host the John Marshall Bears Friday night. The kickoff is set for 7 p.m. It is also Senior Night as those festivities will take place starting around 6:30 p.m. P-T, now 7-1 overall and 4- ! in the district standings, used the Bobcats miscues to account for all four of the first half points. It also nullified any thoughts of a possible letdown with the caliber of opponent on the visitors' sideline. "I was a little nervous with a letdown game sand- wiched between three really big games for us," head coach Bruce Williams said after the game. "So we preached on it all week trying to make sure those guys understood the magni- tude of not letting down and playing your best no matter who you play and take an opportunity to get better." And they responded accordingly. The defense has forced 12 turnovers in thF past three games with the offense scoring on many of those. Defensive coordina- tor Russell Longbrake is in the thick of things as he's moved down to the field this year to orchestrate this unit. "It's been a lot of fun to watch them play and watch them improve," Longbrake said afterward. "They have so much confidence right now it's unbelievable. I challenged them before the game tonight that they weren't going to run the ball on us. I said I want you to take that personal and they did ." Three fumble recoveries and one pass interception set up the first half scores. Linebacker Treyson Dun- igan recovered the first fumble on the Bobcats' nine-yard line. It took one All-District honors for The Demons rolled to a convincing 42-6 wm over visting Bobcats. P-T will host John Marshall this week with the winner taking over second place in the district standings. Journal photo by Kyle Lomenick Kastl, others Perkins-Tryon was represented on the fast- pitch softball District 4A- 1 All-District team that was released recently. Junior Halley Kasfl leads the list of Lady Demons as she was named the district's offensive player of the year. Ashley Larson was named an all-district pitcher and Ashlynn Guerrieri was selected as a utility player. On the honorable mention list were Graysen Stanley and Ryllie Shipp. The voting was done by the coaches within the dis- trict based on nominations. The Lady Demons finished third in the district but was eliminated from further post-season action in the regional tournament. Kastl played in all 33 SOFTBALL, Page A2 S play for Ayron Lawson to score the first of five rush- ing touchdown on a nine- yard run with 5:55 left in the first period. Mads Arberg kicked the first of six extra points for a 7-0 lead. An interception by defensive back Caleb Smith accounted for the second score. Lawson capped the five-play drive with a 15-yard run at the 2:17 mark of the quarter to boost the lead to 14-0. Defensive end Conner pounced on the second loose Bridge Creek fumble to start the next scoring drive. It took eight plays to go 52 yards before quarter- back Austin Mages notched his lone touchdown on a one-yard plunge with 5:52 left in the second quarter for a 21-0 advantage. Special teams set up the next score on the ensuing kickoff when Londen Duni- van recovered the loose ball at the Bridge Creek 26-yard line. Lawson capped the six-play drive with a three yard run for the 28-0 lead at the intermission. Lawson accounted for DEFENSE, Page A2 ,~&~ : Perkins-Tryon's junior shortstop Halley Kastl leads a groul of Lady Demons fastpitch softball players selected as part of the District 4A-1 All-District team. Kastl was chosen the district!s offensive player of the year by the voting of the district's coaches. Four other Lady Demons players were also selected the to elite team and all will return next season. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick ns Branch with our competitive rates on money accounts, savings, and certificates of deposit, we'll help your investments grow. Stop by to see how we can help you reach your financial goals. Lobby Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to Noon Drive-thru Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 7:30 a.m. to Noon Member ==:========: o~pelvuxocv