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f THE PERKINS DAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1994 1 Some happy faces in the locker room after the De- mons defeated Drumright in the final game of the sea- son. Pictured are the three captains: Senior Jeremy Bale, Senior Jesse Chamberlin, and Jtmior Justin Darrow. {IS by Hope Radley The rain fell on all of the players and spectators, but the Reins belonged to the Perkins-Tryon Demons. The Demons were host to the Drumright Tornadoes'. The stands were nearly empty at first but as time went on, more and more fans showed up. The rain was cold, but the Demons were HOT! . The Demons victory closed out their 1994 season with a 307 season and 2-5 in District play. This was a very satis- fying way to end the season. Both teams ended the first quarter without scoring. 10:53 into the second quarter, Drumright's Tim Howard scored from the Demons 13 yard line. The Demons scored on a 35 yard pitchout from QB Brad Kastl to Senior Jeremy Bale. Stan Longan was instrumental in Bale scoring the touch- down with his great block. The P-T TD was on the scoreboard with 7:26 left before halftime. Bale's touchdown tied the score at 6,6. - ....... The Drumright Tornadoes' scored again when #5, Billy Overstreet broke through the P-T line and scored on an 80 yard run with 4:28 on the clock. The attempt for the 2 point conversion was unsuccessful. The Tornadoes' were in the lead at half time 12-6. During Halftime, the Seniors were recognized. From the football team: # 15 Jesse Chamberlin and #20 Jeremy Bale. From the Cheerleading Squad: Jenifer Taylor and Jamie Brock. The Cheerleaders did perform a great cheer for the crowd despite the pouring rain. The second half was when the Demons capitalized on fumbles by Drumright. Justin Darrow starts us off by recovering a fumble on Drumright's 25. Jeremy Bale scored from seven yards out with 9:12 on the clock. Bale scored on the conversion which gave the Demons a two point lead. The Tornadoes were unable to move the ball on their next possession. On their attempt to pratt, Mike Baumgartner forced a fumble. Josh Murray seized the moment and the ball and ran 34 yards for a TD with 7:16 left on the clock in the third quarter. The score was them 20-12. The Demon's Clifton Kolb recovered a fumble at Drumright' 12 yard line with 1:11 left in the third quarter. With possession of the ball going into the fourth quarter, Jeremy scored again with 11:21 left to play in the fourth quarter. P-T lead 26-12. David Focht attempted a 41 yard field goal with 2:19 left on the clock. The defensive line did a great job, as did all of the play- ers. The defensive line recovered 4 fumbles which was instrumental in setting up for our touchdowns. Defensively, Roland Bastianelli was in the lead for tack- les with 7; Jeremy Bale had 2 tackles and 1 interception; Zac Niles had 1 tackle; Clifton Kolb had 1 tackle and 1 fumble recovery; Josh Murra had 1 tackle and 1 fumble recovery; Jesse Chamberlin had 3 tackles and 1 assist; Adam Brumley had 2 Tackles; Jeremy Oliver had 1 tackle; Brad Kastl had 1 tackle; Josh Morris had 1 tackle; Justin Grooms had 1 tackle and 2 assists; Terry Grossman had 1 tackle and 1 assist; Mike Baumgartner had 2 tackles; Stan Lon- gan had 1 tackle. The Fumbles were recovered by: Justin Darrow; Josh Murray; Clifton Kolb and Ivan Carter. Offensively, Jeremy Bale carried the ball 25 times for 228 yards, giving him a season total of 1,328 yards on 177 carries; Clifton Kolb carried the ball 16 times for 70 yards; Jesse Chamberlin carried the ball 3 times for 10 yards. Congratulations to all the Coaching staff, all the Football players and Cheerleaders! Good Luck Jesse, Jeremy, Jamie & Jenifer as you con- tinue this school year and prepare for your futures! The PT eight-grade football team finished a super year in impressive fashion by beating the Stroud Tigers, 42-6. The Demons came out fired up and, played the best first half of the year. At halftimethe game . aa in.c ntrol The Demon offense was on a r0il, rushing for 423 yards. Colter Johnson lead all rushers with 193 yards and fin- ished the year with 819 yards and an impressive 11 yard- per-carry average. Jake Marshall reached a milestone by halftime, reaching the 1000 yard mark rushing for the year. His final total was 1097 yards and a 9 yard-per-carry average. Coach Grotheer was pleased with the way the team came out and began the game. He stated, ' his was the best beginning of the year. They figured out that it was more fun to go into halftime up 30-0 rather than points and have to listen to me." The Demons began the year with four straight Woodland, Meeker, Hominy, and Perry. On the year, Coach Grotheer said, "From a growing standpoint, this was an outstanding guys got better every week, as did their selves. Finishing 8-1 was a testament to the and desire these kids showed every week. It fun, and I'm proud of every one of them for they made for team success." .... ~love.lost here.~ Ifs ~ ,~ O LL ~,higg~gt rival~ ' year. Bedlam. If you remember, we played to a 1 15 tie OU came to Stillwater in '92. (Just like kissing your sister.) your tickets now and watch OSU play our hearts out at Lewis Field. Because when it comes to playing definitely lost that lovin' feeling. ...... I i. P:O. Box579 ...... ........... :i !!;. :i:: :;: iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil;[,.i; :ii... i,iiii,: li .ii!ii;i!!:iii!iJ!:[ 8 a.m.-3 p.m. H i. tiii ii ii i iiii i i i iii : Saturday 8 a.m.- Noon ...... ........................ a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday 7:30 a.m.-12 noon .. 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