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December 2, 1993

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Page 4- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, December 2, 1993 i- r ---a t I  ,VINYL SIDINGI .: REPLACEMENT .sore, 1 00N00OWS I iR .FASCIA | ""I,F :Poly-Tex I I--TIr= _, I =-.  ti Double Hung with IdIIIIIm2 L'"' ..... I :I tlUI TItOtFmm I ._,w,..."*_'l ":/ IE! .c.,. " '--- i,..'; I 7:  *CItOm Mldl To F-It Your PATIO COVERS AND CARPORTS ESTIMATES  , FACTS OR FICTION ,; 1. Homes will get cheaper 2. Interest rates will never go up ; 3. Rent is a great investment " 4. You will get younger 5. Bell bottoms are in style HO].00/IES ".;t-115 #1" IN BRAD DOItlBLE v n An00nvv " i,I'III, II  JII,IIIP" O I PLU$....IFREE A/C SETUP ONLY $Z6,477 8200 S. Shields 1/4 Mile South of 240 1(800)460-7321 DEMONS,.......................................... (Continued from Page 1) court, like making grades and being Amber Bointy. The 6-1 forward "most of the game. a good citizen. It all blends together finished with a career high of in awinning attitude. 38 points in the opener. Neal Trevor was consistent. Me- "Zac Niles has made a lot of and Bointy were credited with 13 Cutchen is really coming along well. I like the way he took a couple progress. He will probably start assists. The former also scored 12 at Perry Friday night in our next points and the latter 17. Autumn of charges in the third quarter. Rame," said Garrison. Harris and Katrina Hazelbaker "I'm happy with the win. We're - , .... contributed three each. a young team but we showed signs The boys first galne Will De  lady Flemon tank nn of maturing. I don't think we've against Prue while the girls meet nrir i--nmni'-no--'in-frnnt-lR-- scratched the surface of the talent Yale. , , _ ft'er-on'e q-ua--ncr ' an'-d "36-'15"by these kids will someday display, we re just worrying aoout terry intermission. "I'm proud of the offseason right now, " Garrison said. "They're work many put in and it will pay going to be tough on their home dividends this season and seasons t court." come. Girls Roll "Part of paying the price to be Junior Kari Willingham feasted a winner also takes place off the on the feeds from Carri Neal and Free Estimates Quality Craftsmanship Complete Construction Improvement and Repair C & J CONSTRUCTION Carpentry - Cabinets.,- Sunrooms - Greenhouses Jerral Dukes Leon Smith 4051547-2645 4051669-2946 114 W. 7111 OFFICE SUPPLY SlillwMor, OK 74074 4O5/372-3882 GIFT CROSS' WRITING INSTRUMENTS 22K gold-plated trim. BALLPOINTED Color No. Llst(ea) SALE Burgundy SL-CRO-2202 $24.50 $19,50 Lustrous chrome SL-CRO-3302 $22,50 $18.00 BALLPOINT & PENCIL SET Color No. List(set) SALE Burgundy SL-CRO-220105 $49.00 $39.20 _=:_ Lustrous chrome SL-CRO-330105 $45,00 $36.00 "Our starting guards, Katy Arthur Krisdna Atwood and Lanetta Mills, payed pretty good," said BurneR. l o= dop00 at 00.aro we.'so used Shay Smith, Virgina Reese and Megan Crane off the bench. LeeAnn Bays and Jamie Brock also got some playing time. "We had two players out, Jamie McClellan (ankle) and Robin Hall (knee). Hail will have her knee scoped Friday." With Willingham hitting from underneath, the Lady Demons were a sizzling 30-42 from the field but only 3 for 8 at the line. "We don't have the killer instinct yet," Burnett added. "We need to put a team away when we can. "We were all pleased with our No. 19 ranking. The next rankings won't come out until after Christmas. "Besides free throws, we also have to work on outside shooting. We're going to have to hit from the outside when opponents clog the middle. "Our guards only mined the ball over seven times but the forwards had 14. That's another area we can _ improve upon. "I don't like having this long -off between games. The good part was it did allow our girls to have three days off before having light practices on the weekend. "We need to play. Perry will be much tougher than Bethany. In the tournament next week, we draw a good Yale team in the first round. If we win that, we'll probably play Pawnee in the semifinals and they are ranked in Class 2A. We're only the third seed in the tournament so we have our work cut out for us," said Bumett. Perklns-Tryon Composite Basketball Schedule Nov. 29-Dec. 18 ....... ....... p_ED_BEI ..... GRADE .... PLACE TIME : 7th  :::':=""= ei: " " ' TBA N6 29-30" DrumnghtToumament 9th There TBA Dec. 3 Perry HS There JV B & G 4:30, 6:30 Dec. 6 Perry 7th A&B There 5:30 Dec. 6-11 Oilton Toumament HS There TBA Dec. 7 Yale TE5, 6th Here 5:30 Dec. 8 Ripley 6th There 1:15 Dec. 9 Jones 9th There 6:30 Dec. 9 Cushing 7, 8th There 5:00 Dec. 13 Bethany 9th Here 6:30 Dec. 13 Newkirk 6, 7, 8th There 3:00 Dec. 13 Drumright TE5, 6th There 5:00 Dec. 14 Jones HS Here JV B 5:00, 6:30 Dec. 16 Drumright 9th There 6:30 Dec. 16 Perry 8th A&B Here 5:30 Dec. 17 Ripley HS Here JV B&G 4:00, 6:30 Dec. 18 Stroud HS There JV G 5:00, 6:30 ERIC HURST Player of Week KRISTINA ATWOOD Lady Demon of Week Players of the Week The Player of the Week sophomore Eric Hurst. The Demon of the Week is senior Kristina Atwood. "Eric just had a around game," said Rick "He had 17 points, 7 2 blocked shots, 1 steal playing strong defense on inside." Atwood was singled out Burnett "for a great game at guard end. She had 5 rebounds, steals and 12 transfers (getting ball to the forwards). She really well." The Player of the Week receive a plaque at the banquet. The plaques are by the Payne County Bank, Packing, Perkins Whistle Dearinger Printing and Causley's Productions of and the Perkins Journal. 3rd, 4th teams open Saturday The third and fourth grade and boys basketball teams launch their new seasons morning in the Perkins School gymnasium. "I thought we would have ing ceremonies at 9:30 with of four games beginning at said Tracy Farmer of the ing Perkins Park and Recreation. The four Perkins squads be going against their from Ripley. Payne Co,mty Bank Since 1898 Lobby: Mon-Fri 8-3 Sat 8-12 Drive In: MonFri 7:30-4 Sat 7:30-12 Member FDIC 547-2436 202 S. Main 219 N. Main Stillwater '"-,'.n Goober Drilling Corp. Chris McCutchen Stillwater ' " " A " M00ANALLY'S VIDEO RENTALS r GayIa- Glen 54 I51 . pc-" Kdstina - CharIine 7 83