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James Wells football team ended last week with an im- 48-6 win over St. Mary's. ended up with a 4~ "It's been a frustrating head coach Curt Neal games that easily could have won." the Demons scoring 198 points to 139 points. The whopping 2,845 total total scorers for the were Ty Dickson, Sean IJamas Wells each having 'a Jeff Smithey was also leading scorers with 16 kicks. rushers for the ~were Seen Hall with 358 83 carries, Ty Dickson carries for 202 yards and with 401 yards on 38 , The leading receivers were James Wells with 570 yards on 36 catches, Jesse Patterson had 14 catches for 218 yards and Justin Kenas haul- ed in 169 yards on 13 catche~ Defensively, it was a team effort with 9 people having 40 or more tackles. The leading taclder for the Demons was Brad Pierce with 101 total tackles. 'Tie had great team unity and I feel that it was because of the leadership shown by our seniors," commented Coach Neal. '"the seniors really helped us take that step toward establishing a winning tradition here," Neal said. The coaches and the team would like to thank Bob Dickson and everyone who helped with the foot- ball breakfasts on Friday morning and also the cheerleaders end fans for supporting the team throughout the season. Team Places In Nation The Perkins Journal Thursday, November 16, 1989 -- PAGE 5 Of Football Seniors The 19~-90 Senior football players (from left to right) are Ist row: James Wells, Robert Sasser, Ty Dickson, Jesse Patterson and Reid Dotter. 2nd row: Jayeant Northcutt and Justin Kenas. By Shane Niles and Steve Swinney As the football season comes to about the year saying, "It was a a close, the seven seniors feel that great experience, but I wish we had the football team had a lot of talent it to do over." Ty's plans now that and improved from the beginning of football is over with is to look on to the seasow The seven seniors are baseball and do everything possible James Wells, Justin Kenas, Robert to make this a memorable senior Sasser, Ty Dickson, Reid Dotter, year. Jesse Patterson and JaysantTy's advice to underclassman Northcutt. athletes is go out with your head James Wells says his most ducked low and your eyes closed memorable moment in football was and never look back. Ty would like two-a-days. He thought that the to will Kevin Miner and Dennis Demons really improved this year. His plans for the future are to get ready for college football and to keep his grades up. For James, football gave him a reason to make good grades and helped him to make good friends. James wonld like to tell ed. His plans for the end of the year underdaasmen athletes to '~vork is to work hard mad get into a junior Matheson all the important technical tricks of being an outstan- ding defensive end. Jesse Patterson's most memorable was his first touchdown of the year. Jesse felt that they had a better team then their score show- hard, and never be satisfied." college. Jesse willed his speed to James wills his hands to Scott Brad Collum. Gunter. The most memorable moment in Robert Sasser's football career was J ustin Kenas's most memorable catching a pass in the Pawnee game moment was at the Heritage Hall his junior year. Robert felt good game. Justin said that he had a about tim year and the team spirit great year but regrets that the was good ,arid even though the Demons' true talent never showed, record didn t show it, he thought P- Justin's plans after football are to T had a really good team. have an excellent basketball seasorL Robert's plans now that football The football team was like a big is over is to lift weights and family to Justin. He wants to tell hopefully be able to go to state in underclassman athletes to never he track. Robert's advice to satisfied with themselves. Justin underclassmen athletes is "Do the would also like to will his hands to best at whatever you do ,arid stay Scott Gunter. away drugs and alcohol.' Robert Reid Dotter's roll block on the would like to ~ Tracy Neal his referee at Jones was his mostblack lineman s gloves. :; memorable moment in football Jaysant Northcutt's most Reid's plans now that football is memorable moment was his five over with is to hit the weights and sacks in a row at Hennessey his sophomore year. Jaysant was in- jured this season and really miss- ed not getting to play his senior year. His. plans for the rest of the year are to lift weights and hopeful- ly go to state in track- "end my last year on a good note. F ootball had a special place in my heart and was something I really enjoyed," commented Reid. He would like to will his enthusiasm to the Team t~ i' By Matt Brown FFA Meat Judging [ second in the nation at in Kan- M o. on Thursday, Nov. 9. score of 2265 of 2460, only six points first place team from LaFollette were the and Dan schroader Hoy were the alternates. Was third high individual Petermann placed and LaFollette individual. consisted of teams 39 states from across The first part of the con- a written test end formula- they went -m into ameat locker end identified cuts of meat and graded total yield and beef quality. The team left Perkins Saturday, Nov. 9 and went to Garden City, Kans. where they compoted~ a junior coU~ contest on Sunday. the next day and Emporia, Kans. They worked out on Monday at the IBF Plant and left Tuesday for Kansas City. For the next two days they at- tended the FFA National Conven- tion and practiced their meat judg- ing skills. After the contest, they attemted a banquet on Saturday where the results were announced. The P-T team received a plaque and belt buckles. Members of the Perkins-Tryen Demon Varsity Football Team are: Top 3rd row--Scott Cruse, Sun Hall, Vincent Bills, Ty Dickson, Kelly Row (left to right)--Coach Neal, Coach Alexander, Coach Boley, Coach Keyser, Jeff Smithey, ~awn Wilson and Kevin Miner. Winefield, Coach Pate and Coach Langdon~ 2nd row--Mike Pogne, Bradley Please, James Wells, Scott Gunter, Den- tRh row--James Roe, Tracy Neal, Robert Sasser, Mathew Collins, Jusfi n nis Matheson, Jimmy Reid, Jesse Pattemon and Brad Coilun~ Kenas, Robbie Followill and Jay Benham. 1st row--Austin Minshali, Chris Boley, Brian Huckaby, Shmae Frazier, 4th row--Jason Dotter, Mike Dunn, Dale Anderson, Clay Reid, Reid Bryan Adcock, Scott Robertson, Nathan Shelton and Chris Wolf. Dotter, Jayeant Northeutt, l~ett Whitten and Nathan Harrison. Seated in freat--Daiel Boley, Miehsal Alexander, Travis Nsal and Dan- ny Langdon. Ripley School Menus Tryon Elementary Menus Nov. 21~22 Nov. 21~22 LUNCH TUESDAY MONDAY BREAKFAST FRIDAY Crispitoes TUESDAY MONDAY THANKSGIVING DINNER Hamburgers, Lettuce/Tomatoes, Thank~gi~ng Dinner French Toast Sticks, PeanutBut- Turkey & Dressing, Whipped Onions/Pickles, Tator Tots, ter Cups, Butter/Syrup, Ap- Potatoes/Gravy, Buttered Peas,Chocolate Pudding Cups, Milk Turkey & Dressing, Creamed pleeauce, Milk Hot Rolls, Honey/Butter, WEDNESDAY Potatoes, English Peas, Cranberry TUESDAY Cranberry Sauce, Pumpkin C hic Filet on Bun, Let- Sauce, Salad, Pumpkin Cake. Roll, Cream of Wheat, Cinnamon Pie/Whipped Topping, Milk tuce/Tom~#~ .......... " .~. , .. Milk Toast, Peach H alves, Milk ONDAY Potato WEDNESDAY amy Cole Slaw, Golden Milk Glazed Crullers. FruitCuvs, Milk Corn, tialf Orange, Milk NO SCHOOL THURSDAY OR FRIDAY H APPY THANKSGIVING!! PACKING CO. and Gar Crane and Frank S 'l rs , man Avenue DEL-MAR'S4FOOD STORE Lonnie and Judy Tabor 219 S/Main 547-2555 FARMER'S UNION INS. Erma and Tu3la Brixey, Agents City and Rural Ins. Perkins 547-2251 KEN SMITH'S FURNITURE Jr. and Morine Bostian, Owners New and Used 100 N. Main 547-2109 Lou CORNER CORRAL McAnally and John Marl ene Baker 124 N. Main J. D. & EVELYN ANDERSON Water Well Pump Service (918) 374-2436 147 S " JUDY'S CORNER F lowers..Gffta-Tuxedo Rental Main 547-2763 C IMARRON VALLEY CO-OP Don Kienho!z, Manager ]547-2700 247 S. Main FUNERAL HOME Perkins 872-5560, Stillwater Whistle Stop #I 248 S. Main 547-2976 518 PATSY'S FLOWERS & CERAMICS N Main Patsy Lile 547-2420 547-2436 Member F.D.I.C. 202 S. MMn Whistle Stop #2 177 and 33 547-2037 PERKINS DRUG "Full. Tints Drug. Department" St~ and K~t~ Willingham 1147-2079 Em . Night Phone No. 547-5069 WE THE DEMONS I 121 STEER INN FAMILY RESTAURANTS W. Thomas 547 537