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L WRESTLING Takedown club meets this‘Sunday The Grover Rains Takedown Club will meet at 7 pm. Sunday at D’Marios Pizza in Per- kins. The meeting is open to all supporters of Per- kins-Tryon wrestling. CALENDAR Thursday, Nov. 12 - P-THS girls’ basketball scrimmage at Shawnee, 4 pm. - P-T 7"‘-9'h basketball with Cleveland: girls, home, 5:30 p.m.; boys, there, 5:30 pm. - Agra 5"'-8th basketball at Oilton, 4:30 pm. - Carney 5“‘-8‘h basket- ball hosts Ripley, 4:30 pm. - Coyle 5"‘-8th basketball hosts Frontier, 4:30 pm. Frlday, Nov. 13 P-THS football at \ Meeker in first round of Class 3A playoffs, 7:30 pm. Game broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM with the pregame show at 7 pm. - Coyle HS football hosts Cave Springs in first round of Class C playoffs, 7:30 pm. - Stillwater HS football hosts Sand Springs in first round of Class 6A-ll playoffs, 7:30 pm. Game broadcaston KVRO 101.1 FM with the pregame show at 7 pm. - Agra HS basketball hosts Riverfield, 6:30 p.m.- - Carney HS basketball hosts Paden, 6:30 pm. Saturday, Nov. 14 P-T wrestling at Cush- ing JH Open. Sunday, Nov. 15 - Grover Rains Take- down Club meeting, 7 p.m., D’Marios Pizza. Monday, Nov. 16 - P-T 9"1 grade basket- ball at Cushing tourna- ment through Nov. 17 & 19. - Cimarron 7 Confer- ence 7‘“ and 8th grade basketball tournament at MulhaII-Orlando through Nov. 18 & 19. Tuesday, Nov. 17 - Ripley HS basketball hosts Mulhall-Orlando, 6:30 pm. Thursday, Nov. 19 - P-THS girls’ basketball scrimmage at Luther, 4:30 pm. . ‘ Ripley 5"‘-6m basketball at Perry, 4:30 pm. Friday, Nov. 20 - P-T 7‘*‘-9th basketball with Mannford: girls, here, 5:30 p.m.; boys, there, 5:30 pm. . - Agra HS basketball at Mulhall-Orlando, 6:30 pm. - Carney HS basketball at Oilton, 6:30 pm. - Ripley HS basketball hosts Frontier, 6:30 pm. Saturday, Nov. 21 - P-THS wrestling at Southmoore Open. Agra HS basketball hosts Oklahoma Christian Academy, 6:30 pm. Tuesday, Nov. 24 - P-THS basketball at Cleveland: JV, 4 p.m.; var- sity, 6:30 pm. Wednesday, Nov. 25 - P-T wrestling at Marlow Open. Perkins Br 8336 mam Street - Thursday, November 12, 2015 Senior running back Chrys Bell stiff arms his way past a would-be Blackwell tackler enroute to a nice gain during last Friday night’s final regular season game with the Maroons on the road. The Demons gained a 34-16 win for their third straight triumph. P-T will begin first round action of the Class 3A playoffs at Meeker Friday night. The kickoff is set for 7:30 pm. Journal photo by Kyle Lomenick Regular season finishes with win over Maroons By Rick Lomenick Journal Sports Editor BLACKWELL — An effective aerial attack lifted the Perkins-Tryon Demons to a 34—16 win over the Blackwell Maroons last Friday night to conclude the regular season schedule. P—T, now 6-4 overall and 4-2 in the District 3A-l standings, will take its third place finish and venture to Meeker for first round action of the Class 3A state playoffs. The Bulldogs fin- ished second in District 3A-2. The game will be at 7:30 pm. Friday. “It was one of those nights were we struggled,” said head coach Bruce Wil- liams afterward. “But I still thought our defense played well and we had some good drives going but penalties held us up. “Blackwell had a little extra fire under them because it was their senior night but we withstood that and found a way to win,” Williams added. P—T also had to overcome some questionable calls and it began with the opening kickoff when Blackwell kicked to P-T. An onside kick attempt appeared to be bumped by a Blackwell player prior to the ball going the required 10 yards. The Maroons recovered the kick I and had the ball at the P—T 49-yard line. The Maroons couldn’t take advantage of the gifted possession and punted the ball away. It wasn’t until late in the first quarter when P-T got on the board and it was with a 44-yard pass connection to J axon Swink from Autry Westfall with 42 seconds remaining. Reed Aldridge kicked the extra point for the 7—0 lead. Pior to the TD connection, the pair linked up for a 19-yard connection on first down. Westfall connected on his second touchdown pass on the Demons’ first pos- session of the second quar- ter. This time it was Bear Arnold on the receiving end of a 25—yard connection to cap a seven-play 50-yard drive. After Aldridge’s kick, P-T doubled its lead to 14-0 with 8:36 left in the first half. Westfall and Swink connected on their second scoring pass with this one covering 19 yards with 2:22 left in the half. The scoring drive covered 43 yards in eight plays. Aldridge’s extra point kick was ruled no good but the Demons lead expanded to 20-0. Blackwell finally got on the board just before the halftime break with a 25-yard field goal for a 20-3 score at the intermission. The defense got into the scoring act late in the third quarter when linebacker Chrys Bell intercepted a pass and returned it 40 See SEASON Page B3 SHS faces Sand Springs in first round of 6AII-I There is good news and bad news for Stillwater High’s football team as the Class 6AIl state playoffs begin this weekend. First, the good news. Stillwater survived a lengthy trip to Lawton last Friday and survived the improved Lawton Eisen- hower Eagles, 33-27, in the regular season finale to assure the Pioneers second place in District 6AII-l. The victory and second place finish means Stillwa— ter, which capitalized on an early season district win at Midwest City, will host anch s (405) 547-1 199 By Ron Holt the first round state playoff game at Pioneer Stadium. It’s the first time for SHS to host in the newest Class 6AII classification, which began last season. The Pio- neers’ last host opportunity came in 2006 but that was when Class 6A was one classification. Now, the bad news. The Pioneers will be challenged by the hard-nosed Sand Springs Sandites, who fin- ished third in District 6AII- 2. Kickoff is set for 7 :30 pm. Friday with the game being aired over Stillwater Radio,KVRO 101.1FM. Stillwater, 5-5, is ranked seventh in both the Tulsa World and Daily Oklahoma rankings while the Sandites moved up to fourth in both polls after their 20-0 home See PIONEERS Page B3 . i, :47 “neon: nos 833-5122 1m manuals”: stop 011 3A playoffs road By Rick Lomenick Journal Sports Editor Perkins-Tryon’s first round opponent in the Class 3A state playoffs is a famil- iar one. However, not on the football field. The Demons will travel to Meeker for a 7:30 pm. with the Bulldogs. The game will be broadcast on KGFY 105 .5 PM with the pregame show at 7 pm. Fans must also be aware that admission prices for both adults and students will be $7 each. Only passes issued by the Oklahoma Secondary School Activ- ities Association will be accepted. P-T finished the regular season with a 34—16 win at Blackwell while Meeker dismantled winless Coman- che 75-23. P-T had sewn up the third place spot in the District 3A-l standings prior to the game. It was a different story for the Bulldogs. They had to wait for the outcomes of other District 3A-l contests to find out they eventually finished second. The winner will move on and play the winner of the Lone Grove versus Pauls Valley game. Lone Grove was the district champion out of 3A-4 and Pauls Valley finished fourth in 3A-3. All first round games are scheduled for 7:30 pm. Friday. The two schools use to be familiar opponents in the 66 Conference. Annual games were played in just about every sport except football. However, the two teams have a past history on the gridiron with the See PREGAME Page BS 1 Members of the Coyle Bluejackets football celebrate the program’s first undefeated season following last Friday night’s 58-8 win over Bluejacket. CHS begins Class C playoff action this week hosting Cave Springs. Photo courtesy of Jess Sumrall Photography Coyle rolls past Bluejacket to stay undefeated From staff reports COYLE - The Coyle Bluejackets capped a record—setting regular season with a 58-8 win over the Bluejacket Chieftains last Friday night. For the first time in school history, Coyle fin- ished the regular season with an unblemished 10-0 record with eight of those wins by the 45—point mercy rule. It also enables CHS to host a first round Class C playoff game this week. Coyle will entertain Cave Springs, the fourth place finisher from District C-4. Member FDIC The kickoff is set for 7:30 pm. Friday. The winner will advance to quarterfinals action against the winner of the Tipton versus Boise City game next week. CHS jumped out to a 20-8 lead in the first quarter to set the tone for the rest of the game. A year ago, Bluejacket upset Coyle in the final regular season game to prevent the unde- feated season and a district championship. CHS wasn’t going to leave any doubt of history repeating itself. See COYLE Page Bs Lobby Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 am. to 4 pm. Friday 8 am. to 4:30 pm. Saturday am. to Noon Drive-thru Hours: Monday~Thursday 7:30 am. to 5 pm. Friday 7:30 am. to 6 pm. Saturday 7:30 am. to Noon (=3 “ II-n moan-r"