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Spo:00.00ts THE JOURNAL, Thursday, November 22, 2012 - B3 9th girls win opener The freshmen Lady Demons used a big first half enroute to a 22-13 season opening win over Stroud here last Monday night. P-T jumped out to a 15-2 lead at halftime and never looked back. The visiting Lady Tigers managed to cut into a portion of the deficit for the 22-113 final score. Kaylee Brunker was the leading scorer for P-T with 6 points. P-T 22, Stroud 13 SJH 2 0 1 10-13 P-T 6 9 2 5-22 Kaylee Brunker 6, Jaci Armstrong 4, Braden Nichols 3, Rylee Wilson 3, Alex Man- gold 2, Raegan O'Donnell 2, Angel Thomas 2. 3-point goals - P-T" Brunker, Nichols, Wilson. 7th girls split games last week The seventh grade Lady Demons split a pair of games here last week. P-T's week ended with a 36-14 thrashing of Perry last Thursday night. It began with a 20-14 season opening setback to Stroud last Monday. Against Perry, P-T put the game away with a huge second half surge. The Lady Demons led 10- 8 at halftime then outscored the Lady Maroons 26-6 in the second half. Makayla Jones led the way with 10 points. Against Stroud, the vis- iting Lady Tigers used a 10- 3 second quarter advantage enroute to the win. That enabled Stroud to hold a 16-5 first half lead. P-T's second half rally fell short for the loss. Baylee Wells led P-T in scoring with 5 points. P-T 36, Perry 14 PMS 5 3 4 2-14 P-T 4 6 15 11-36 Makayla Jones 10, Kagen Dunivan 6, Raygan Holder 6, Madison Craig 5, Baylee Wells 4, Brooke Field 3, Baylee Washington 2. Stroud 20, P-T 14 SJH 6 10 2 2-20 P-T "2 3 2 7-14 Baylee Wells 5, Bailey Wamsley 4, Makayla Jones 2, Raygan Holder 2, Kagen Dunivan 1. Lady Warriors rally past Frontier; beat M-O, Oilton By Rick Lomenick Journal Sports Editor RED ROCK - For the first five minutes it was all Frontier last Friday night. Then Ripley's Lady War- riors took over. RHS overcame an early 14-point deficit and rolled to a 49-37 win over the Lady Mustangs for its third straight road win to open the season. Frontier used a healthy dose of Marissa Goodman inside and a pair of Sydney Pappan three-pointers to help construct a 14-0 lead. Ripley got on the board with three minutes left on a baseline trey from Kylie Ladd. That would spark an 8-3 run that pulled the Lady Warriors to a 17-8 first quarter deficit. RHS continued chip- ping away at the deficit and pulled to within a point on a Naomi Eslinger bucket for a 19-18 score with 2:25 left in the second half. FHS responded with three quick points for its final lead at 22-18 with just under two minutes left in the half. Ripley then countered with another Eslinger bucket and baseline three-pointer from Jaclyn McKnight as the half closed to gain a momentum-shifting 23-22 lead at halftime. McKnight anchored a 20-point Ripley third quar- ter run that took advantage of seven Frontier turnovers. McKnight drained four straight three-point goals that helped construct a double-digit lead at 41-30 with 2:36 left in the third quarter. The Lady Mus- See RALLY Page B4 Warriors open unbeated RED ROCK - It took a little while to get going. But once it happened for the Ripley Warriors, the result was an impressive 52-36 blowout win over the Frontier Mustangs last Friday night. It was the third straight road game for RHS to begin the season. Not much offense was generated by either team in the first quarter as total turnovers eclipsed the total point amount. Ripley man- aged to hold a slim 6-5 lead from Houston Twoguns. Frontier opened the second period with three straight points for its only lead of the game at 10-7. Then with just over four minutes left in the first half, the Warrior surge began. RHS tallied the half's final eight points with Garret Gosney and Twoguns combining their efforts. The result was a 19-10 halftime lead. Ripley essentially put the game away in the third inside presence of Caulden Greenfield, especially late in the quarter. He would tally eight of his 12 points in the frame that helped the Warriors build a 35-20 lead. With a nice lead head- ing into the final period, the Warriors utilized an efficient ball control offense with the net results of easy layups. Frontier responded with a nice quarter offen- sively but couldn't slice thanks to a late tbur points quarter mostly with the See WARRIORS Page B4 7th boys beat Stroud, Perry managed to trim a portion of the deficit away in the second half but P-T held on for the win. Ethan Hobbs led P-T in scoring with 12 lx)ints. Against Stroud, the Demons held a narrow 13-12 lead at halftime and maintained a 17-15 lead after the third quarter. A 10- 2 fourth quarter run enabled the Demons to hold on for the win. Hobbs led the scoring list with 12 points. P-T 30, Perry 26 PMS 2 8 6 10-26 P-T 7 9 6 8-30 Ethan Hobbs 12, Chad Black 8, Brandon Martin 8, Armando Rivas 2. P-T 27, Stroud 17 P-T 5 8 4 10-27 SJH 6 6 3 2-17 Ethan Hobbs 12, Bran- don Martin 9, Chad Black 2, Logan Driggs 2, Austin Green 2. The seventh grade Demons started the season off on a winning note sweeping two games last week. P-T capped the week with a 30-26 win over Perry here last Thursday. It began with a 27-17 win at Stroud last Tuesday. Against Perry, the Demons never trailed in the'game as a 16-10 half- time lead was created. Perry 8th boys handed pair of losses scored the Demons 25-19 in the second hall'. Autry Wesffall led P-T in scoring with 7 points. Against Stroud, the Tigers jumped out to a 23-10 lead at halftime then outscored P-T 17-10 in the second half. Markel Garris led p-T in scoring with 13 points. Perry 46, P-T 26 PMS 13 8 12 13-46 P-T 3 4 11 8-26 Autry Westfall 7, Markel Garris 6, Dawson Shelton 3, Garrett Voelker 3, Reed Aldridge 2, Addenn Spring 2, Jacob Tuley 2, Woody McClellan 1. Stroud 40, P-T 20 P-T 4 6 9 1-20 SJH 10 13 9 8-40 Markel Garris 13, Cooper Stansberry 3, Dawson Shel- ton 2, Devon O'Brien 1, Autry WesffaU 1. The eighth grade Demons were handed a pair of 20-point losses to begin the season last week. Perry gained a 46-26 win over P-T here last Thursday. The week began last Monday with a 40-20 loss at Stroud. Perry jumped out to a 13-3 first quarter lead then extended it to 21-7 at halftime. The Maroons out- Ripley's Jaclyn Sturgeon defends against an inbounds pass being attempted by a MulhalI-Orlando player during last Tuesday night's game at Mulhall. The Lady Warriors rolled to a 49-21 win, which was one of three victories to begin the season. 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