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THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, December 6, 2001-7A Demons, Demons junior varsity sweeps Stroud Perkins-Tryon junior sweep. P-Thelda30-141eadat Rusly Norric with 5, Tonyseason with a 38-27 win over the Lady Demons and De- the intermission. Aresco and Kevin Joncs with 4 Lions at Chandler. swept the Stroud jayvees Adam Shepherd led the wayeach, Justin Tayh,r with 3, and D with 10points. Following were JasonFox, Brianl'lank. andJoe emons TheLady Demons gained an Ed Gray with 9, Frank Wallick Fields with 2 points each. 43-10 win while with 7, Elmer Boiden with 6,The,IV l)emons opened their Demons cruised to a 54-34 Lady Demons put the away in the first quarter 10-2 advantage. That bal- to 21-3 at the half. led the Lady with 12 points fol- by Melissa Sadler with 8, Dukes with 6, Amanda with 5, Summer Roper 4, Stephanie Cundiff and Stallings with 3 each, and Jobe with 2. Demons got in the column to complete the boys rally Preston --- A second ,, Perkins- freshmen Demons to a win over Preston Satur- in the Drumright tourna- Senior Savannah Anderson looks for someone to pass the ball to during first quarter action of the Lady Demons' 82-42 win over the Stroud Lady Tigers Friday night. -Journal Photo by Rick l menick Continued from page 6A 21 tie after Holmes hit a pair of free throws with 1 : 16 remain- ing. But it was three-point goals from Matt Wilson and Bookout in the final 22 seconds to give the visitors a 27-12 intermission lead. Calavan led the Demons in scoring with 12 points. Bookout led all scorers with 28 points. SHS 9 18 11 24--62 P-T 2 19 7 14--42 Stroud -- Bookout 9-9-28, Morris 4-4-12, Wheeler 2-0-6, Wilson 2-1-6, Dillard 2-0-5, Argrow 1-0-3, Malicoate 1-0-2. Totals: 21-14-62. P-T --Calavan 4-2-12, Elrich 3-3- 9, Holmes 2-2-8, Gray 2-0-4, Shep- herd 1-0-3, Norrie 1-0-2, Bolden 1-0- 2, Aresco 1-0-2. Totals: 15-7-42. Three-point goals -- Stroud, Wheeler (2), Wilson (1), Dillard (1), Bookout (1), Argrow (1). P-T, Holmes (2), Calavan (2), Shepherd (1). Total fouls -- Stroud 16, P-T 23. Fouled out: P-T, Bolden and Aresco. Seventh grade teams remain undefeated The seventh grade Demons a 17-point fourth quarter to gain surge by the Lady Tigers. Demons trailed 33-17 atand Lady Demons kept their un- the win. P-T trailed 18-15 after Breeden led the way with 10 intermission. The third quar- defeated season intact Monday the third after holding a 13-9ad- points followed by Jordan iwas the turning point as P-T night with a sweep over Chan- vantage at halftime. Calavan with 8, Hughes with 6, Preston 17-2 to trail dler here. Lee Ledford led the way with Bayhylle with 3, and Vierling, !apoint, 35-34, when thepe- The girls won 24-10 while11 points followed by Kyle Andrea Buck, and Lindsay ended, the boys had to come from be- Lomenick with 8 and KellyWebb with 2 points each. outstanding defensive hind to gain a 32-27 win.Johnson with 7, Conner Burnett The Demons raced to a 19-1 carried into the After a slow first quarter, the and Zach Carter tallied 3 points first quarter lead and never quarter as the Demons Lady Demons took control and each. looked back 19-8to raced to an l 8-81ead at halftime. The seventh graders gained Cody Washington was the win. Courtney Bayhylle led theconvincing wins over Crescent leading scorer with 16 points Hall pumped in 18pointsway in scoring with 10 points Friday afternoon at Ripley. followed by Burnett and the Demons in scoring followed by Heather Hughes The girls won 33-25 whileJohnson with 4 points each, Michael Jones with with 6, Sasha Breeden with 4, the boys coasted to a 39-16 vic- Carter and Eric Vaughn with 3 points. Jimmy West alsoBeth Gammill with 2, and tory. points each, Ledford, Andrew points. Otherscor- Kacey Vierling and Megan In the girls game, the Lady Fields, Ryan Atkins, and Nick were David Cantley with 4 Osborne with 1 point each. Demons jumped out to a corn- Woods with 2 points each, and and Kyle Bryan andWil The Demons overcame a fortable 29-11 halftime advan- Jared Shelton with one free with 2 points each. third quarter scoring slump with tage then held off a second half throw. 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Just by high school kids out now, Riley feels the Demons have five wrestlers with legiti- mate chances to qualify for state wrestling tournament and a couple who could sneak in as sleepers and qualify. "Perkins has had three state qualifiers in school history and I really think we can double that this year and I think that is the goal," Riley said. Inexperience is the only downfall for the teams but he feels they will get better as the year progresses. However, P-T will get a test early with a qua- drangular at Perry on Tuesday night. "That will be a good measur- ing stick to see where we are," he said. "So if you're going to be measured, it is best to be measured by the best to see where we are weak and where will be seUing smoked meats Saturday, December 8 from 9 alm.- 1 plm. at Market Maze. Steve & Kristy Willingham PERKINS-TRYON SPORTS BOOSTERS Hi 13 Perkins /46 S. 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"lf thc come out here and they put their heart and soul into something and give it their all then that is my goal. "It is one of those sports that very few people really are ca- pable of being truly successful wrestlers," he added. "But if you can make it through a wrestling season, even one, it has to make you a better, tougher person in life because of the hard work and dedication that goes into it." Riley started wrestling at age of five. He participated in numerous weekend tournamenlk as a youngster and was able to gain some success as he became more experienced. That success continued at the high school level when he com- piled a 70-1 record from hi.,, sophomore through senior years at Madill High School where he was an all-stater. His collegiate career took him to the University of Mis- souri. But after three seasons, knee injury ended his compeff- tive career. He served as wrestling coacl5 at Northeastern Oklahomh A&M College in Miami the yea - the program was cut. He than went to Jenks as the assistant high school coach and head jun: ior high coach. During his four years at Jenks, the program produced I 0 state qualifiers and 12 state plac ers. Last year, Jenks had wrestler gain all-American staL tus. 743-21 32 Chris McCutchen CORPORATION mNlC~. Conveniently Serving Perkins For Over 21 124 N. Main SH33 and US 1 77 is proud to be a booster sports of Perkins-Tryon "We' re Good Sports! The PERKINS JOURNAL If you "re wanting hometown coverage of local sports and news call 547-2411 to get The Perkins Journal mailed to your home. Rates: In Oklahoma for 1 y ar-$28...Outside Oklahoma-S32 111 E. Stumbo P.O. Box 40 Perkins,OK 74059 Highway 33 and Sadler Road 547-2406 Larry and Pete J I t