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Ad-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, December 2, 2004 Youth place in tournamenll The Perkins Youth Club has been hard atlr couple of weeks. On Nov. 6 several placed at a toughw'- Open Tournament. 13, the novice wrestl v e in the action at Perry.0rt', following All-State band members from the tournamentS: f. l g After statewide auditions on October 21, three members of the Morrlaon Open [get a Hayden Wilson, 0i~ Perkins-Tryon Midnight Regiment were chosen as All-State Band pounds. 2~; Luke Wrigh [ ons members. Jordan Myers, a junior, was selected for 1 5t" chair pounds, 3 ; Thomas L altll clarinet. This is her second year to play in the All-State Band. 4, 67pounds 1st" Huntervv~Lp.~ Mitch Chandler, senior, was chosen as first alternate on tenor 5,76pounds: 1"(Also wrel~1 saxophone. Senior Nathan Moore will play 6th chair tuba. Con- BlakeAvery [2d gratulations to these fine musicians! From left, Mitch Chandler, " re Perry Nov|ce .~-- Jordan Myers, Nathan Moore. Dawson Shelton, 01~/ItUrd Photo provided pounds, 3'd; Brandon Ml~l~in 1, 40 pounds, l't; Trey I~o;; igh oiv 1,46 pounds, 4th; B ~ll~'l~a,~ Black Kn ts win opener The Perkins third grade less in the second half with the These seniors are pictured: Front row, from left: Jenna Wilson, Sabrina Cundiff, Cassie Gill, Melissa Branstetter, 'Div. '2, 75 p0t~ '~ Hall; second row, from left: Allison Rudd, Karen May, Matt Edens, Wes Anderton, Casey Perry; Thomas Lumpkin Oiv 4,6/11/4 ut Black Knights started their defense led by Kalan Wells, third row, from left: Nathan Moore, Ryan Boyles, and Mitch Chandler. l't; Ryan Dolen; Div. 4,84~Jl season with a 15-10 victory Connor Johnson, and Colby 1=; Mikey Ewing, Div. 4,~.1~ ab( over Morrison on Nov. 20. Allen. PTb d " h d 4r"; Brand n Hubbard' 0i'~lll ha~ The scoring leader was The Black Knights were -. an SCHIOFS OHOFC pounds, l't; TuckerCha / 0f Garrett Collins with 6 points, helped out with the rebounding 130 pounds, 3' ; Josh ~'.|k,; 4 140 pounds 1st' Bra,n~d~'" 'v' followed by Zac Bledsoe with of Jaxon Ramsey and the assist Twelve members of the Perkins-Tryon Marching for the evening, Super Senior Bandos, and wore ' ' ' l" asq Oiv. 5, 116 pounds, ;r~-~!~. 4, Michael Knight added 3 and leader Bryce Hoggatt. Band performed at their last home football game red capes, caps, and t-shirts with a Superman S tling Colton Lumpkin, 8ara ~,ilTMbe Brady Wells had 2. Their next game is at Glen- on October 29. These students had performed and their pictures drawn on the front. Brice Smith and Carson b~a litl Morrison was held score- coe at noon Saturday. half-time field shows since their freshman year. These students have all participated in the band Edmond Novice |ef0cl [ i g] Their,fi, nal show included"In the Stone, ' "Shout together since the sixth grade, and several are DawsonShelton, 01~-~sa~ itOut, and "Never Let You Go." This music was making plans tojoin the OSU Cowboy Marching oounds2nd;TreyWalla ' 'Jlllet selected by the seniors. They chose as their theme Band next fall. pounds, 4th. Also wrestlirlgall~n BREAKFAST ' '' '' " " Martin, Carson Stites ~L.~ Williams Jacob Branstq, ~ v juice,~milk. Oatmeal muffin squares or cerea, toast, sausage links, Game winners Duncan and Cameron o Trn Kingfisher Open English muffin w/sausage or cereal, toast, juice, milk. Perkins-Tryon 4th grade girls Colton Lurnpkin, O~ Blueber~ pancakes or cereal, toast, juice, milk. won their game against Mor-pounds, 3; Blake AverY,~" TJ[tl~ilLy~,Z~ Cinnamon rolls or cereal, toast, sausage patty, juice, rison, Nov. 20 with a score of pounds, 3 ; Joey Knight, milk. 1 8-2. Several of the girls made pounds, 3'd; Brett chearY-~ - Sausage gravy or cereal, biscuits, juice, milk. points with Treasure Smith, 6 pounds, Thomas LUn~'~ ,1 LUNCH ~ltll~$ - points, Lacey Shipp, 6 points, 4, 67 pounds, 4t"; TuCk#~["~ uiv. 4, 130 pounds, 2~. .~iil~ ~: Beef & cheese nachos or steak fingers, pears, refried Tabitha Buck, 2 points, Brandi Cliff Keene Kick off ~ beans, chocolate chip cookies, milk. Barta, 2 points, Katie Decker, Tulsa ~: Cheeseburger macaroni or steak fingers, mixed veg. 2 points. Pictured from left, Hunter Wilson Oiv.5, t~ ~ll etables, pineapple tidbits, roll, milk. Taylin McCoy; back row: 6t Alsowrestling~orbinfl~lll ~: Taco pie or steak fingers, black-eyed peas, apple. Treasure Smith, Katie Decker, Vecellio, Hayden WilsOn ~'|/ sauce, peanut butter cookies, milk. Brandi Barta; front row: Tabitha Wright. ~ ~: Chicken and noodles or steak fingers, mashed pota- Buck, Lacey Shipp, Oakley National tournament ~.'-'|~, toes, white gravy, peach crisp, roll, milk. Wincliate. Suzette Barta (not tiers from California, Illi.~i~, Cheese pizza or steak fingers, corn, cherry cr~me purl- pictured), coach. Colorado Florida Georg'~ ~. ding, milk. ' Photo provided Texas, and other states. WE ARE PROUD BE A PART OF THE PERKINS COMMUNITY AND BOOSTERS OF PERKINS-TRYON SCHOOLS! 547-2800 US 177 & SH 33 Hours: 7 a.m.-ll p.m. Now Open for Breakfastl 405-547-5858 SCREENPRINTING & EMBROIDERY 320 N. MAIN "Now That's A Pizza CouponF Present This Coupon For $2.00 OFF ANY LARGE PIZZA One coupon per customer per visit. One pizza per coupon. Not valid with other discounts. HI( 33 Perkins 122 E. HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING Service and Repairs David Lara, Owner/Manager Thomas P.O. Box 254 Perkins lt~l-lan 547-5046 Payne Main Bank 202 S. 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