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82 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, December 26, 2019 Sports WRESTLE P Page A1 pounds, and Treyson Dun- igan at 220 pounds. Alton Allen wrapped up the match with a fall at 285 pounds. The Demons rolled past the team made up of indi- vidual wrestlers by a 70-6 verdict. The only loss came at 113 pounds by a fall. With wins by falls were Edwards at 132 pounds, Robinson 'at 138 pounds, Johnson at 145 pounds, Hart at 152 pounds, Mauk at 170 pounds, Josh Hoover ' at 195 pounds, and Alton Allen at 285 pounds. Wins by forfeit were notched by Eugene Wil- liams at 106, Solis at 120, Northrup at 126 pounds, and Dunigan at 220 pounds. Langley won his l60-pound match by a major decision. In the 48-25 loss to Pryor, P-T won five individ- ual matches. Hart and Alton Allen won their matches by falls at 152 and 285 pounds, respectively. Meyers won by a major decision at 120 pounds and Gage Allen won We decision at 195 pounds. Langley won his DEMONS b Page A1 160-pound match by an injury default. The Demons hosted Cushing in a home dual last Tuesday by a 69—9 verdict. The Tigers are considered among the top teams in Class 4A and compete state ' championships. Alton Allen won P—T’s only match on'the mat. He gained an exciting 11—8 decision. Allen led 2—1 after the first period then extended it to 7-4 heading into the final period. The Demons lost the first seven matches by falls before Hart won his 152- pound match by a forfeit. Cushing added four more wins by falls and another by a decision; ' The middle 'school Demons lost to Cushing 57-17. Caden Burns won his 86-pound match by a for— feit. Bradley Parks won by a first period fall at 132 pounds. Noah Perkins won at 155 pounds by a technir cal fall. SHS matmen place at KC event Stillwater High’s wres- tling team closed out 2019 competing last weekend - in the annual Kansas City (Missouri) Stampede reportedly the eighth toughest prep tournament nationally. The Pioneers of veteran head coach Doug Chesbro placed 11“‘ out of 50 teams in the boys’ division with 330 points in the rugged two-day tournament. ' Liberty (Missouri) won the team championship with 600 points, followed by Baylor (Tennessee) with 561.5 points, Tuttle vVith 560.5-points, Mustang with 462, Choctaw with 432.5, Staley (Missouri) with 412.5, Neosho (Mis- souri) with 388, Goddard (Kansas) with 364.5, Park Hill (Missouri) with 357 and'Collinsville with 338 to round out the top 10. Other Oklahoma teams placing in the tourney include No. 14 Southmoore, No. 19 Edmond Nerth, No.28 Perry, No. 31 Sand two minutes left in the first a short-lived '30—28 lead. going to learn to win these half. Perry used a field goal andafree throw fora 17-11 advantage at halftime. Perry would build its largest lead of nine points of 25-16 during the first five minutes of the third guar- ter. Cade McCutchen con- nected on a conventional three-point play and Ander- son added another field goal to pull the Demons back to contention. Perry would lead 28-21 heading into the fourth quarter. Cade McCutchen scored nine straight points in the first four} minutes of the fourth quarter to give P-T LEAL NOTICE Legal notice published in The Perkins Journal Dec. 26, 2019 The Payne County Board of County Commissioners met in a regular meeting of the board at 9:00 am. on Monday, December 2nd, 2019 at the Payne County Administration Building, Gloria Hesser Com- missioners Meeting Room 200/201, located in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Chairman Reding called the meeting to order: Meeting called to order at 9:00 am. The following members were present: Chris Reding - District 2 Commissioner, Zach Cavett - Commissioner District 1, Rocky Blasier — Commissioner District 3, {Tammy Mathis First Deputy county Clerk. Invocation by Zach Cavett and Flag Salute to 'our country by Dewey Clapp. pprove minutes of the previ- ous meeting of the board: None presented on this date. Motion ’ by Cavett to table minutes of November 26, 2019 second by Blasier. Roll Call Vote: Cavett- Yes, BIasier-Yes, Reding-Yes. {Miscellaneous items from the Audience (no action will be taken): None presented on this date. ZDiscussion and Possible Action on Bid Openings 9:30 A.M.: None presented on this date. 3Discussion and Possible Action on Evaluations: Reding inquired with the Clerk's Office to; see if we had heard from the Yale FIre Department. M'athis from the Clerk's Office stated that their office still had nq’t heard anything from Josh Robinson on any kind of an evaluation for their bid. EDiscussion and Possible Action on Reports from Officers arid Boards Proclamation Wreaths Across America: Gladeen Allred approached the board as Reding presented the proc- lamation for Wreaths Across America for December 14th, He would lead the team; in scoring with 12 points. Perry regained the lead briefly with a three—point bucket at 31-30 with 3:44 left in the game. Taylor drained a pair of free throws for the Demons’ final lead at 32-31 with 3:08 remaining. But that would be the final points P-T would score. Perry responded with eight unan- swered points to claim the 39-32 win. Parker also felt this was a great teaching tool on fin- ishing games of this level. “The only way you are game is to get in them,” Parker said. “You’re not going to learn it by beating people by 20 (points) or losing by 20. You’ve got to get in them to get in these intense environments to figure out how to win.” The first year skipper was looking forward to getting in the gym with the team to concentrate on fine-tuning his plan for the program. With football lasting an extra ecuple of weeks. and limited practice time after that, it was diffi- cult to get into a smoother practice rhythm. ‘ LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE 2019 at Fairlawn Cemetery. Allred invited everyone to attend the service at 11am at Fairlawn followed by the laying of the wreaths with refresh- ments following. Reding stated it is a great tribute to those that have served as his family has been apart of this event the last few years. Motion by Cavett to approve the proclamation as presented, second by Blasier. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, BIasier-Yes, Reding-Yes. Approval - AT&T Contract for Fiber Optic Service at Payne County’s EOC for Emergency Management: Reding stated this is the contract for Emer- gency Management for fiber optic services at the E00. Reding stated this will allow them to have phone service and 'data at the E00 site. Cavett inquired on the price, Reding stated it was way too much. but it was AT&T. Cavett inquired on AT&T hooking up a new line because he knew AT&T took it out when they sold it. Reding stated it had the ability to expand if needed but also completes the offsite storage need allowing everyone to still function if needed. Cavett also inquired with Woodward to see it it was something they could use, or would use. Wood- ward stated should something happen at his current site it w0uld be a backup. Cavett stated the contract reflects the cost would be $610.00! month for 100mg per second, Reding stated yes. Motion by Cavett to approve the AT&T contract upon Lowell Barto, ADA’s approval, second by Blasier. Roll Call Vote: Cavett- Yes, BIasie'r-Yes, Reding-Yes. Approval of Change of Date - Use of Payne County Admin- istration Building 1st and 2nd floor hallways and Commis- sioners Meeting Room for: OHCE’s Annual Food Festival on February 14, 2020: Reding stated that previously the 3000 had approved the OHCE's annual food festival for February 7th but due to elections going on, and with the Election Board utilizing the space that OHCE would need at the end of the hall, they have requested to move their approved date to February 14th, 2020: Motion by Cavett. to approve the change of date, second by Blasier. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Blasier-Yes, Reding-Yes. Request for Traffic Control Signs: None presented on this date. Ingress and Egress Agree- ments: None presented on this date. I . Removal of Equipment Item from Inventory: None presented on this date. Appointment of Requisition- Mn) - PHS 2020 huh and pros; c Springs, No. 35 Coweta, No.41 El Reno and No.44 Ponca City. . Freshman Cael Hughes led the Pioneers as he won the 106-pound champi— onship, defeating Nick Treaster of Newton, Kansas by a 5-1 score in the finals’ match. Hughes’ closest match was a 2—1 win over. Nick Corday of Baylor, Tennessee in the semifinals. Carter Young, a l32-pounder, placed third for the Pioneers while SHS’s 126-pounder Cade Nicholas and 145-pounder Dax Hughes each placed seventh. All were 2019 KC Stampede All-Americans. Young lost to Caleb Tanner of Collinsville, ‘6-l , in the 132—pound semifinals but captured third after pin- ning Noah Horst of Baylor in 4: 10. “This is our opportu— nity to settle in and have some good hard practices to work on whatwe really need to work on,”_ he said. “Right now we were learn- ing on the fly during games which I’m not a big fan of because I’m a-practice guy but we’ve learned a lot.” . Perry 39, P-T 32' 8 9 11 11 -39 P-T 6 5 10 11 --32 Perry (6-0) — Drake 19, Golds- berry 9, Dale 6, Hight 3, Hall 2. P-T (4-3) — C. McCutchen 12, Anderson 7, Taylor 7, Williams 4, G. McCutchen 2. _ 3-point goals PHS: Dale 1, Goldsberry 1. P-T: Anderson 1, C. McCutchen 1, Taylor 1. LEGA NOTICE I ing and Receiving Officers: The Clerks Office presented ‘changes for requisitioning and receiving officers for the Cushing Fire Department. Current requisitioning is Chris Pixler and Derek Griffith, and this is changing to Dalton Novotny and Derek Griffith. Current receiving officers Josh Morris, Justin Menser, and Mark Beitz are all staying the same. Motion by Cavett to approve requisitioning and receiving officers' changes as presented, second by Blasier. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Blasier-Yes, Reding-Yes. Cash Appropriations: None presented on this date. , Transfer of Appropriations: None presented at this time. Purchase Orders: FY 2019-2020 $119, 614.77 2019-2020 Extension-ST 67, STANDLEY SYSTEMS, INC., 15.00, TONER; 68, OKLA. STATE UNIVERSITY, 333.96, COMPUTER DRIVE; Fair Main-ST 286, HARDESTY TEAM, 93620.00, LABOR INSTALLATION; ‘Fire- St 34, VERIZON WIRELESS, 160.04, NOVEMBER BLANKET; Gen- eral 1665, THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR, 600.00, ELEVA- TOR MAINTENANCE; 1666, :PAYNE COUNTY BANK l‘t‘l K It ‘4 1‘“ “\» .H . Journai sportswriter 1’ rm for 2.! StillWater rolled to a 42-14 victory at Deer Creek-Edmond in a dual prior to traveling to Kansas City. SHS will take time off before returning to practice to prepare to open 2020 in a dual at Owasso on Tuesday, January 7. I 4 Stillwater’s Pioneers and Lady Pioneers dropped a basketball doubleheader against visiting Mustang at Pioneer Field House to end 2019 before breaking for the heliday. i Y Mustang pulled away from the Pioneers of head coach Michael Davis in the fourth quarter fora 59—41 victory. SHS goes? into the new year with an 0-6 ear- ly-season record. In the girls’ game, Mus- tang controlled the game BETI'ER > Page A1 quarter. P-T responded with a 13-1 rally to reach a 30-point lead of 48-18 with just over a minute left. ' Bench personnel took in the fourth quarter and continued the aggressive play and shutting down the Lady Maroons. It resulted in a 22-5 run to reach the 70-28 final score. Bailey Kerns added 11 points to also finish in double digits in scoring. After a few days off for the Christmas holiday, the Lady Demons will reSume workouts on Friday. A' three-way scrimmage with Prague and Frontier will be held here next Tuesday. LEGA OTICE DIRECT DISCOUNT TIRE, 89.95, ALIGNMENT SER- VICES; 1667, XTTRA MILE AUTO CARE, 80.00, PAINT; Health 169, CITY OF STILLWA- TER, 1928.51, UTILITIES; 170, FUSION CLOUD SERVICES, LLC, 430.29, UTILITIES; 171 , A T& T, 394.78, UTILITIES; 172, CITYOF CUSHING, 644.27, UTILITIES; 173, MAIN, BRYCE, 160.00, OCTOBER BLANKET; 174, MAIN, BRYCE, 80.00, SEPTEMBER BLANKET; 175, HUCKABAY, JEREMY W., 200.00, NOVEMBER BLAN- KET; Highway 674, STEW- ART STONE,‘ INC., 4985.50, CRUSHER RUN; 675, US FLEET TRACKING, 1138.05, SERVICES; 676, RAILROAD YARD, 34.00, CULVERT BAND; 677, STEWART STONE, INC., 5452.15, CRUSHER RUN; 678, STEWART STONE, INC., 974.20, YARD CLEAN UP; 679, COMPLIANCE RESOURCE GROUP, 180.00, DRUG, ALCOHOL TESTING; 680, REPUBLIC SERVICES 789, 122.93, NOVEMBER BLAN- KET; 681, WALMART COM- MUNITY, 68.92, NOVEMBER BLANKET; ML Fee 12, KELL- PRO, |NC., 421.32,'SOFT-. WARE; Rural Fire-ST 32, SGA DESIGN GROUP‘ PC, 6500.90, against the Lady Pioneers of head coach Kendra Kil- patn'ck en route to a 57—33 victory. ,SHS’s girls enter [3 2020 with a 2-4 record. V Both teams will take '. time off for the holiday. break before returning to the practice floor to prepare for a home: game against Deer Creek—Edmond on : Tuesday, January 7. XXX , Stillwater’s footballers ended the 2019 season with 3 a 12-1 record and a Class 6AII state/runner-up finish for the second straight year. The Pioneers fell to Bixby, Vi ’ 40-36, in the ClasslbeII v. state championShip game at ” Central Oklahoma’s Want- land Stadium in Edmond. According to MaxPreps Sports, Stillwater finished as the No.3 ranked team in the state and had a final national ranking of No. 258. Bixby, ranked No. 80 nationally, was the top- ranked team in the state fol- lowed by Owasso and SHS. Burnett is hopeful the team will pick up from where they left off against Perry. “I wish we didn’t have I Christmas break because we’ve got some things going tonight,” Burnett said. “It was just a totally different team.” P-T70,Perry28 PHS 5 8 10 5—28 P-T 19 13 16 22—70 Perry (4-2) - Dale 12, Brownlee 4, Shields 4, West 3, Dohmen 2, Ward 2, Chenoweth 1. P-T(6—1)— Combs 16, Kerns 11, Majors 9, Rains 8, Marshall 6, Stevenson 6, Bell 3, Coyner 3, Hughes 3, Jones 3, Daniels 2. a-point goals — PHS: Brownlee1‘, v Shields 1, West 1. P-T: Combs 5, Marshall 2, Jones 1, Kerns 1, Majors 1. ’3 LEGALNOTIC ARCHITECT SERVICES; 33, ‘SGA DESIGN GROUP PC, 1000.00, OVERAGE PO ; Blanket: None presented on this date. Tabled: None presented on this date. Disallowed: None presented on this date. Payroll/Longevity: None pre- sented on this date. Motion by Blaster to approve purchase orders upon signa— ture, second by Cavett. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Blasi- er-Yes, Reding-Yes. Monthly Reports of Officers: None presented on this date. Public Announcements from the Board: Reding stated he hoped everyone had a great Thanksgiving and looking for- ward to a safe and happy holiday season. Discussion and Possible Action on: Telephone and Utility Permits: None presented on this date. Road Crossing: None pre- sented on this date. ‘ V New Business: None pre- sented on this date. Adjournment: Motion by Cavett to adjourn, second by Blasier. Roll Call Vote: Cavett- Yes, BIasier-Yes, Reding-Yes. LPXLP g good l’ltttllfll you and