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The Perkins Journal Thursday, December 20, 1984 -- PAGE 5 O THAT HURT high school boys' basket- really got stung by the Bluejackets Monday night. ~game started out very well Demons. The end of the quarter saw us leading 8-6. The game remained through the entire first two teams appeared to well matched up as they back and forth. they headed for the dress- at half-time, Coyie was by three points. third quarter, things to worsen for the Demons. had several more games their belt than we, and it to show as they lengthen- lead to nine points. The fans began to worry, but 'Was still hope for a victory. became still more :he P-T team in the of the game. The were tiring and having with fouls. The ting well over 90% of their freethrows in the last quarter. With a few minutes left to play, Coyle sent in their "B" team, who maintained their lead to a final score of 72-54. Scott Briggs led the Demon scoring parade with 13 points. Cory McDaniel followed him closely with 11 points, while Scott Irwin added 8 for the Demons. Here are the comments of Coach Don Bendure. "We only shot 31% from the field and that will get you beat almost every night. That and a lack of practice really hurt us. I told the kids that we are just try- ing to survive until Christmas break. Then, we can go back to fundamentals and hopefully, we can teach everyone the offense. We have Drumright, Thursday night. The JV boys will start at 5:30 in the high school gym. If we play better defensively, we have a good chance of winning." took every advan- -o- of our foul troubles by hit- .... q [ . - the holidays ~,,~e~: seaSOt" [ 17. was definitely the best we've played this year," Coach Frazier about 42-26 romp over Bluejackets, Monday. the first quarter tip-off, dominated the on both ends. The hard had paid off ially on the forward end. forwards were much !patient with the running of plays and didn't force as Perkins outscored Coyle quarter quarter for scoring 15 total to Coyle's 7. The Demonettes popped 14 of their 16 freethrows for an improved percentage of 88. Coyle managed 53%, hitting 10 out of 19 of their freeshots. The low-scoring of the Blue- jacket forwards had a lot to do with the Demon defense. The guards took advantage of Coyle's poor ball-handling abilities and pressured constantly to cause turn-overs. The fly-switch was very effective in the first half. The highscorers for the Demonette team were Smith with a big 16, Caldwell close behind with 12, Rozean put in 8, and Allen finished with 6. -O- IT WAS A JUNGLE OUT THERE! BY BLUEJAYS The High School Demonettes The freshman Demonettes lost traveled to Wellston Tuesday to the Guthrie Bluejays, Monday, night. December 11, to face the December 17, with a final score of Lady Tigers. The Demonettes fell 42-18. hard to a score of 59-28. The Demonettes were out- Lisa Harper led the team inscored in every quarter. '~rhe scoring with 7 points, Danamain reason of this," explained Caldwell and Connie Rozean both Coach Lightner, "is that two of had 6 poin~,s. The Demonettes' the Guthrie forwards, were as big defense was not at its best. as me and the point forward had "The Wellston game was one in an excellent outside shot. The which we were greatly outmatch- guards did a good job, though. ed." commented Coach Skip We were just outsized." Frazier. "My most immediateThe best~ quarter offensively concern is that we do not dwell on and defensively was the 2nd one game, but continue our period. The Demonettes managed seasonal development." 6 points and the guards held Guthrie to 10. But it wasn't BOYS JV DROPS enough. SEASON OPENER The high scorer of the game The junior varsity boys was April Shipley with 7; Ventris basketball team didn't fare too followed with 6; Gill put in 4 and well at Wellston, Tuesday night. Briggs added 1. They were soundly defeated by the Tigers, 53-32. The Demons were totally dominated in the 1st and 3rd quarters. Perhaps it just took us a little while to get warmed up, because the 2nd and 4th quarters were very close. In the 4th quarter, we scored l0 points and held Wellston to 9. The Tigers appeared .more adept at free throws than the Demons. They hit 70% of their free throws, while we had an average of 50%. Every Demon player saw play- ing time and scored in the game. Corby Doyle. Wes Hodges, and l,loyd Evans had 7. 7. and 6 points, respectively. Although the JV Demons did face a loss to Wellston, they work- ed well as a team. They hope to rook better in future games. 9th GRADE GIRLS HANDED LOSS By I~ri Redus December t0. the freshmen girls took a loss from the Yale Bulldogs. The upsetting score was 41-20. Tonya Gill, Andi Bayhylle and April Shipley were the starting forwards while Tina Rush. Debrina Gaches and Sandi Vorhees started as guards. Throughout the game, the guards had trouble bringing up the ball, and the forwards only scored seven field goals. Coach Frazier commented. "We learned a lot from the game, but we were outmatched. We ran plays correctly but not continual- ly. and we still need a lot of work on our fundamentals." High scorer for Yale was Thomas with 31 points. Andi Bayhylle led the charge for the Demonettes with 9 points. Following her lead was April Shipley capturing 6. Donelle Briggs bringing in 4, Tonya Gill caging 2 and Angel Ventris had 1. s Fall to Wellston 74-51 very poor shooting night, so did the Tigers. Senior Rex JV GIRLS TROMP COYLE fell prey to the Branstetter canned six points. The JV Girls stole an easy vic- the Wellston Tigers last while Wes Hodges added 4. At tory from Coyle, Monday night. December 11. P-T shot the half it was Perkins-Tryon, 18. The Bluejacket guards never got 30% from the field, Wellston. 34. Wellston kept up control over our forwards, espec- a quicktheir pace through the 3rd period, ially Jamie Green. Green hit 16 lead in the first period. Cory McDaniel, who nailed all of points as the leading Demonette David Cypert led the his 11 points in the second half, scorer. with 4 points, and Senior dropped 5 in during the 3rd The P-T forwards looked pret- t Briggs chipped in the other quarter, ty good in this game. The guards the P-T cagers could Perkins-Tryon reserves finished weren't lacking either. They did the WHS big men the game by outscoring WHS a very good job of bringing the Stand at 6"6" or match the 22-21. McDaniel led the Demon ball up the court. of the Tiger guards, attack with l l; BranstetterCoyle just kept getting farther started to warm up in the followed with 8 points, and farther behind the Demons frame, but unfortunately. -0- until the final score stood at 32-17. Our girls JV record is now 2-0. DEL-MAR'S FOOD STORE l,.nnie aml Jmh "rah.r 21q S. Main PERKINS DRUG "'Full-Time l)ru~ Ih.pl.'" HARLAND WELLS STEER INN FAMILY RESTAURANTS 121%~ 'l'h,mm~ I ,'rkin, 517-537B %X illinAdmm WHISTLE STOP #2 FRESHMAN GIRLS PECKED 7th GIRLS KEEP IT CLOSE 8th GRADE BOYS PUT BULLDOGS ON A CHAIN By Julie Ryan "I'm glad to get the win although we could're played bet- ter," commented Coach Willis about the 8th grade boys game against Yale. The Bulldogs lost the game to the Demons with a final tally of 25-16. The Demon team played ex- cellent defense, doing a good job of rebounding and scoring off of steals. Perkins was a stride ahead of Yale the entire game. The Yale defense held the Demons for over a period, letting them add only a single basket to their score. Moore drove for two to break the team out of their slump and for the rest of the fourth the Demons were in control. The high scorer was Moore with 7. Taylor and Warren follow- ed with 5 apiece. Sylvester put in 4, and Wolfe' and Stanton had 2 apiece. Good job. guys. -0" 9th GRADE BOYS DEVASTATE BULLDOGS On Monday. December 10. the freshman boys easily whipped the Yale Bulldogs witb a final score of 42-26. Alton Carter, Brent Frazier. Matt Sharp, Lloyd Gwin. and Bryan Frazier started out for the Demons. The Demons captured the opening tip off which led them to score free shot after free shot. The Demons continued with their excellent team work leaving the first period score 9-6. The Demons never trailed, although they did appear to slack off for awhile, at which time Yale came on strong. However. the Demons went in at halftime leading 23-12. Bryan Frazier was the first to score in the third quarter. Matt Sharp precisely intercepted the ball twice, scoring and getting a jump ball. The Demons made several ,careless turnovers, though, and Yale dominated the third period. Alton Carter came on strong with several assists and some fancy dribbling. Again. the freshman team pulled in a win at 42-26. Coach Scalissi had the follow- ing comments to make: '~The freshman team's victory over Yale. Monday night, was a total team effort. The 9th graders have two more games before Christ- mas: Thursday against Drum- right, and Monday against Guthrie. With continued hard work and improvement, the Demons hope to do well against these next two opponents.'" MIHURA AU('TION & REAl, ESTATE C(). 6 Mil,...%mill .f +";lillmah,r .n lh~. 177 Open Tues. thru-Fri. 10 to 5:30: Sat. 7:30 to 5:30 IO5-37%7515 517-21 II KEN SMITH FURNrrIIRE \+,++ and I -+'d -- IIHI N. Main -- 51T"~lOq .Ir. and %hwin,' lh,,lian, l)s+ni,'r- STR{ 3 17-2 IIX; VASSAR CI)MI'ANY ,lark X a...r 7thGRADEBOYSDEFEATED ~" x December 17, the 7th grade Monday, December 17, the7th girls played a nick-n-neck game grade boys took up arms with the against the Glencoe Lady Bull- Giencoe Bulldogs. dogs. The final score was Demon- The Demons couldn't pull the ettes, 23, Lady Bulldogs, 37.right stump as they took a knock- Coach Antic described the out defeat of 30-10. game: "It was our best showing Coach Williams feels negative yet, and we're rapidly improving, thoughts about the game. He The guards are starting to realize commented: "It was our worst what defense is, and they're get- game thus far. The second string ting the ball to the forwards much outplayed the starters, and they faster; therefore, the forwards are flat out-hustled us. We have getting better chances to score, much more work and improve- I'm very proud of their improve- ment to be done." meat." High scorer for the Demons Higgins did an outstanding job was Jesse Patterson rebounding scoring 15 points; Burten had 4. for 6 points. Jimmy Reid and Ty and Darby chipped in 2. I)ickson followe~ with 2 points. The Demonettes couldn't over-The Demons are looking for come Glencoe's "hot hand" much better games after takinga shooter as they were defeatedbig loss of 30-10. +'; Here are few of the dedicated Student Council members who are getting enthused about Christmas! They are, left to right, Jeff Turner, Danny Duffle, Scott Briggs, Alan Hawxby, Carolynne JOhnson, Robin Matheson, and Dawnita Cypert. J 2tl7 In a rough, tough world, there are tender moments.., like Chdstmasl Hang in them! DEMON DISPATCH STAFF Co+Editors ............. Monica Taylor David Cypert Sports Editor ........ Randy Tarleton T~easurer ............... Jeree Youngker Picture Editor ....... Amy Gibson Advisor ............ :. ..... Barbara Ann Martin Staff Reporters ..... 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