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f" The Perkins Journal Thmmiay; November 2, 1989 -- PAGE 5 FOOTBALL TEAM--Pictured above is the Perkins- football team. 1st row--Jon Ashley, Dusty Matheson, Matt Davis, Ernie Perna-Hardin, Justin Pennington, Allen Bowyer, and Lynn Hazelbaker. McCoy, Mitch Watts, Craig Reid, Tony Bates, Steve Castillo, Jeff Delano, Jesse Chamberlin, Darrick Rains, Ed- then Duke, A.V. Simpson, Curtis Bateson, Chris Murlin, Wayne Fowler, Gerald Carrigan, Jeremy Bale, and Brent Davis, Victor Tabor, Ronnie Lightfoot, Mike Clary, Gerad Hail, George McPhemon, and Coach Shut Down By Jones 21-0 By Matt Brown Friday night the P-T Demons Jesse Patterson led the Demoms were shut out on the road by the in receiving with one reception for fourth-ranked Jones Longhorns, 37 yards. Justin Kanas had one 21q~. - catch for 19 yards. All the game's points were scored Brad Pierce led the P-T offense in the first quarter as Jones with 11 tackles. capitalized on Demon turnovers to "I think our kids played really score three touchdowns, P-T's of- hard. I was very proud of their ef- lense could never sustain a drive fort and determination,' corn- and were virtually shut down by mented Coach Kurt Need. the Longhorn's defense. On next week's game against St. The Demon offense was held to Mary's, he said, '~Ve'm going to go only 133 total yards on the night, out and try to win convincingly. P-T accumulated68 yards rushing This game will he for pride and and 65 yards through the air. furl "P-T falls to 3-6 overall and 2-4 Scan H all led P-T in rushing with in district play. 38 yards on 13 carries. Quarterback The Demons play their final game Bryan Adcock completed four of the season next Friday night at passes in l8 attempts for a total of home against St. Mary's of 65 yards through the air. Oklahoma City. By James Wells The Stroud Tigers overcame the P-T ninth graders 34,16 last Mon- day night. P-T got its only points in the fourth quarter while Strand got its ely points in the first half and was held pointless throughout the entire second half. Stmud scored a devastating 26 points in the first quarter. P-T scored on a 40-yard run by Austin Minshall and on a 10-yard run by Brad Collunz P-T collected 200 yard total of. lense, 142 yards came on the ground and 58 yards were through the air. Austin Minshall led P-T rushing with two carries for 45 yards and one touchdown followed by Jimmy Kauf with five carries for 32 yards. Pete Sweger hauled in 30 yards on his own carry while Brad Collum and Scott Robertson contributed 18 yards apiece to the rushing effort. Ninth The air attack was led by Austin Minshall with two catches for 32 yards while Pete Sweger pulled down two catches for 26 yards. Brad Collum threw 11 times for four completions and one intsrceptiorL Defensively Minshall dominated with 16 total tackles. Kauf was right behind with 12 total tackles. Collum and Shane Frazier both made eight stops, while Rusty Robertson had 10 tackles. This was the last game of the season for the P-T ninth grade. Their score was for the season. Raines and eighth grade Coach Davis added, '%Ve played teams finished up their well. It was our best game of the Oct. 26. The year." The Demons finished at 3-2 came away with on the seasorL LWin of the year while the The eighth grade suffered a heath lost another close breaking loss to Pawnee by the score of 14-6. The game was close grade contest, the until the final 30 seconds when before the offense Pawnee got a touchdown. the fielcL Craig Reid Jimmy Kauf scored the Demons a fumble, an interception lone touchdown on a 60-yard pass for touchdowns to receptiorL Kauf rushed for 35 yards lead for the Demons. as well on the ground. Peter Sweger added an 18-yard scar-ran for 50 yards on the day as well. and Jeremy Bale Coach Steve Langden seemed t 25-yard run to end the pleased with his team's perfor- manes and offered, "I am real hap- for 55 yards on five py with our effort. The game was twice for 33 yards, close til the end when we blitzed to Davis was pleased try to make something happen and team's overall perfor-they scored." commented that Mat The Demons fell to 0-5 on the excellent job of run- year but made "a good deal of ~offense and the line on improvement." ~of the ball left people ly- field. Black Bears Upset Demon JV By Shane Niles The Demons put up a very good fight against Pawnee here last Monday. The final outcome for the game as an upsetting loss for the Demons, 23-7. The Demons leading rusher was Dennis M atheson with 47 yards. P- T's only touchdown was con- tributed by Chris Wolf. Scott Gunter was the leading receiver for the Demons with eight catches for 212 yards. Chris Boley had an exceptional day in passing. Boley hit on eight of 24 passes for 212 yards. The Demons total of. fense was 41 plays for 270 yards. The leading defensive player was Wolf with 12 tackles and one sack. Gunter had 10 tackles and M atheson followed closely with nine. Kevin Miner also added two sacks. LUNCH FFA Officers Attend Leadership By Matt Brown P -T FFA Chapter officers attend- The second session let the officers ed the Central District Leadership take a personality test to see how Conference Tuesday, Oct. 17 at the they differed from other members Myriad in Oklahoma City. The con- of their officer team ference was divided into throe ms- The final session featured guest siens throughout the day. speaker Randy Hedge. Hedge is a Those attending from P-T were former national officer from Arkan- chapter president, Chris Peter- sas. His message told officers how mann; vice president, Brent they can program themselves for Stevens; treasurer, Robby Poston success in whatever they do. and chapter sweetheart, Stacy '~Ne learned how to work better Shenold. with our fellow officers and how to The first session divided officers communicate more proficiently into their respective offic~ classes, with the members of our chapter," They learned new ways to improve said President Chris Petermann. their leadership ability and to work well with other officers. FFA Holds October Meeting MENUS P--T SCHOOL LUNCH MENUS CLUES hO makes a brew? ~i tch Dating bed sheet a floating bed sheet might t? season for Hal loween I winged mammel with big make a pie out of thla you don't take candy from DOWN CLUES ,Gary 1. What yoU carve 2. Who rides a broom 3. What yoU would call an empty two-story house on Halloween 4. the color of night 6. caramel + apple 19"0. Don't let this croms Four path What yoU wear on Hail o~-een 13. What yoU'd oall your mom if yOU lived In England 1 14. What yoU like to come home with PACKING CO. Crane and Frank Spillars Freeman Avenue DEL-MAR'S FOOD STORE Nov. {M0 MONDAY N aches Deluxe, Lettues/Tomato Salad, Beans In Chili Sauce, Banana Nut Bread, Milk TUESDAY I talian Spaghetti, Green Salad, Sliced Peaches, Garlic Butter Bread, Milk WEDNESDAY Hoagie Sandwich, Baked Beans, Lettuce Leaf, Pineapple Pudding, Milk THURSDAY Frit Chili Pie/Cheese, Buttered Corn, Applesauce, Cowboy Bread, Milk FRIDAY Wieners/Kraut, Potato Wedge, Blackeyed Peas, Hot Bread/Butter, Wackie Cak~ Milk Middle School and High School also. have a choice of Hamburger or Chef Salad. 219 By Matt Brown THe P-T FFA held their monthly chapter meeting on Monday, Oct. 16. C hapter members nominated and elected auxiliary officm Auxiliary officers will replace an officer if he or she is absent from a meeting or e vent. Those elected were: Ryan Schwabe, vice president; Kessie Brown, secretary; Michael Marlow, reporter;, Traci Boston, treasurer; and John Hey, sentinaL It was decided that the chapter will again sell Blue and Gold Sausage. A new item that will be sold this fall is catfish fillets harvested from two members' aquaculture project. By Richie Blubangh Seven FFA members traveled to Harper, Anthony and Wellington, Kans. on Oct. 19-20 to visit the packing houses and practice their meat judging skills, Perklns-Tryon FFA members who went were Chris Petermanr Robby LaFollette, Brent Stevens, John Hoy, Dan Schroeder, Stacy Shenold and Kriesa Grider. fARMER'S UNION INS. , and Twyla Brixey, Agents Lonnie and Judy Tabor City and Rttral Ins. S.Main 547-2555 Perkins 547-2251 Chad Colluin and Sherry Hielman both raised caged catfish in ponds as the chapter's first aquaculture project. The last item of the meeting was recognizing members who had com- peted at the Oklahoma and Tulsa State Fairs during the month of September. Thursday, the students visited the Mannford Plant in Harper, Kan where they practiced judging lamb carcasses. They then went to Anthony, Karts. where they spent the night. Then on Friday, they went to WeUing~on Pack in Wellington where they practiced cattle carcass grading. They arrived back in Perkins Friday evening. ..... v xT qMI H'S FURNITURE j a*., Morine' Bostian, Owners New and Used 100 N. Main 547-2109 [ Lou CORNER CORRAL McAnally and John ~t Marlene Baker 124 N. Main Je D. & EVELYN ANDERSON Water Well 87 Pump Service (918) 374.2436 147 S, JUDY'S CORNER Flowem-Gtf .Tuxedo Rental Main 547-2763 CIMARRON VALLEY CO )P Don Kienholz, Manager ]547-2700 247 S. Main FUNERAL HOME Perkins 372 550, Stillwater The Perkins Try Perkins First PAYNE COUNTY BANK Member F.D.I.C. 547-2436 202 S. 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