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Page 4- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, November 11, 1993 DEMONS...................... (Continued from Page 1) just didn&apos;t move the ball inside their 30." Gray held out sophomore full- back Jeff McClellan who had a severely sprained ankle. "He wanted to play," Gray said, "but I didn't want him to take the risk of further injury." With McClellan out, Sweger was moved to fullback with Jesse Chamberlin and Jeremy Bale, both juniors, at running back behind junior quarterback Matt Brewer. Sweger, James Wilkes and Justin Poe are the only seniors on the squad. They, and their parents, were honored prior to the game by the All-Sports Booster Club. Their plaques were donated by Shortcakes Diner of Stillwater, C&J Construction, and Perkins Builders Supply. "We have a strong nucleus for next year," Gray said. "From that group that started the other night we return eight offensive and eight defensive starters. We will return experience. Now, we must work on getting stronger and quicker." Against MillwKl, Bale led P-T rushers with 48 yards on 16 carries, Chamberlin had 28 on five carries, Sweger 12 on five and Brewer three on 13 keepers for a total of 91 net yards. P-T was also 1-10 passing for another 19. Besides the backs, Brewer, Mc- Clellan, Bale, Chamberlin, Murray and freshmen Clifton Kolb and Brad Kastl, the Demons return linemen, receivers or defensive backs: Craig Reid, Josh Morris, Richard Kautz, Mike Clary, Brian Alexander, Justin Darrow, Tyce 1)odd, David Focht, Roland Bastianelli, Terry Gossman, Stan Longan, WVayne Mimlmll and Mike Berry. For the guys in the offscason program, it should be noted that there are only 262 days before two- a-day practices begin. Hayer of the Week Junior center-nose guard Richard Kautz was selected Player of the Week by the Perkins-Tryon coach- ing staff for his play against Mill- wood. "Richard was selected for his hard play and work," said Pat Gray. "We thought he had good game against Millwood." Robert Sims SIMS APPLIANCE REPAIR & SERVICE Office Hours 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday Whirlpool-Roper appliances 1214 E. 6th Stiilwater, Ok 74074 Tekmhone (405) 372-6163 SO LONG. Three Perkins-Tryon seniors and their parents were honored prior to the final football game of the season by the All-Sports Booster Club. Playing their last game were, from the left, James Wilkes, Justin Poe and Pete Sweger. Their plaques were made possible by Shortcakes of Stillwater, Perkins Builders Supply and C&J Construction. Perkins Bandits reach finals CHANDLER - The Perkins Bandits, the fifth and sixth grade football team, defeated 20-12 to reach the finals of the Chandler i football tournament. The Bandits will play the winner betmen Tecumseh and Wellston in the title game Thursday. Kickoff" time is 8 p.m. Shop Perkins STOPI 0 Wa00r00rom omlnj in your Basement or Cellad I will pump gel (Halliburton original oil field gel.) under your floors and/or behind your walls to fill any space or crevice where water can creep into your basement or cellar andl guarantee it to be dry r the rest of my life. DON'T WAIT, CALL THE OLD CELLAR MAN NOW[ 1405-275-0537   7 a.m. to 7 p.m.. 7 Days a Week , Lots of local references Free estimates anywhere t in Okla.. Born and raised in Shawnee area A . Don't wait until it floods again. O OPAT entered Harvest Fest festivities OPAT program Bays, was joined by eight and thirteen children that pated in the Harvest Fest float. Those riding on the float Danny, Cheryl and Sammuel son, Natasha Wan]pier, Dustin, Marshal and ties, Harley Carroll, Austin Shirm, Toni and Battles, Grace, Nathan and Bogert, Juiie and Allison Dalton Snow, Angel and French. The children enjoyed their OPAl" T-shirts and the crowd. Parent Educator, Norma R:, the OPAT information and raiser booth. Our first parent meeting, September. was led by Bays. topic discussed was " stress." Parents shared their buster ideas with the group. The next meeting of OPAT be Tuesday, Nov. 30, at in the elementary school Those parents interested m ticipating in Oklahoma Teachers can call 547-2408, 2217. The free and voluntary is provided through your school district. Af-FAIR set for childern A NEW SIGN at the IntereeGtion of highways 177 and 33 to let driers know of Perkins' professionally-designed golf course which will open in the spring. "in Cushing CUSHING - The ( ber of Commerce and ucation Committee and the public schools will hold "A Af-FAIR," Saturday, Nov. 20, noon until 5 p.m. at the High School. There will be story demoustrafions, children's ties, the PAC game, booths, Clifford the Big Red gifts, book fair, jugglers, mimes, music, live hundreds of dollars in prizes, its ail free. For more Perkins rec CHIHUAHUA. Brown with tan markings ] fire dept. g Weanng purple collar answers to PACO.  The rs Fre De] receivea a grant of $258 73 Please call Otanna Lodnge at 547-5486.  the state of Oktahoma for k---x /-7x /-J f7-'x   ] operating costs of the dep2, I', I; \\;VAV/ /\\; I ... | ( ,2 B for the 1994 fiscal year.    /--F----Mk# g-----"  "This grant was one of #HH###H####/ similar grants provided to flepartments across the state ",/'.'/'-b.-=-..  ffl.-..--.--.   _ _ Ifisc year, stud Roger \\;vBv(  } [V (J}  ) ]  < ( [[ @ Jp  Deparmmnt of Agriculture- Fo "I= ' " ""'m"""*v4,,Jm''"m"m"a""' [services director. "The Legisl -- I" U . Fm very committed to pgrading Greek Letters Caps Pillowcases !fl semcc m rural Oklahoma, the legislators are to 10-6 Mon.-Fri. 10-3 Sat. Towels Backpacks And Morel 906 S. Main 377-9677 i for their continued interest support." Larry Moorman, Perkins chief, says "These funds will used for operating costs and little bit helps." :.x.: :. .::::.. ..:+:. ".;:::::. 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