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Thursday, December 27, 2012 QNimllm~m~lmL~3tam Bus: 1405~ 728-2411 Muter Certil New & Pre.O ed www.r~noldsautos.com Saturday, Dec. 29 • P-THS boys' bas- ketball scrimmage at Wellston, 10 a.m. ' Wednesday, Jan. 2 • P-THS boys' basket- bali scrimmage here with Coyle and Luther, 8 a.m. I • P-THS girls basket- ball scrimmage here with Ponca City and South- moore, 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 3 • P-THS wrestling at Class 3A district dual tournament at Perry, 5 p~m. • piT 7= and 8th basket- ball at Perry, 4:30 p.m. • Stillwater HSwres- tling at Enid dual'. JV, 6 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 4 • P-THS basketball at Cleveland: JV, 4 p.m.; varsity, 6:30 p.m. • P-THS wrestling at Cushing tournament through Saturday, Jan. 5. • Coyle HS basketball hosts Carney, 6:30 p.m. • Stillwater HS basket- balH~osts Edmond North, 6:30 p.m. • Stillwater HS wres- tling at Jenks tournament through Saturday, Jan. 5. Monday, Jan. 7 • P-TJH basketball with Meeker: girls, here, 4: 30 p.~.; boys, there, 5: 30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8 • P-THS basketball hosts Kingfisher: JV, 4 p.m.; varsity, 6:30 p.m. • P-T wrestling at Lib- erty dual, 6 p.m. • Carney HS basketball at Oilton, 6:30 p.m. • Coyle HS basketball hosts Davenport, 6:30 Wednesday, Jan, 9 • Perkins-Tryon coaches show broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM, 6-6: 30 p.m;, D'Mario's Pizza. Thursday, Jan. 10 • P-THS basketball at CD Warehouse Classic in Bethel through Satur- day, Jan. 12. • P-TJH basketball with Guthrie: girls, here, 6: 30 p.m.; boys, there, 6: 30 p.m, • Agra HS basketball at Davenport tournament through Saturday, Jan. 12. • Coyle HS basketball at MulhalI-Orlando tour- nament through Satur- day, Jan. 12. • Ripley HS basketball hosts Walking F Ranch Classic through Satur- day, Jan. 12. • Stillwater HS basket- ball at Tulsa East Central Classic through Satur- day, Jan. 12. • Stillwater HS wres- tling at Ponca City dual: JV, 6 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 11 • P-THS wrestling at Tuttle tournament through Saturday, Jan. 12. • Stillwater HS wres- tling at Sapulpa tourna- ment through Saturday, Jan. 12. Monday, Jan. 14 • P-TJH basketball with Stroud: boys, here, 4:30 p.m.; girls, there, 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15 • P-THS basketball here with Seminole: JV, 4 p.m.; varsity, 6:30 p.m. Varsity games broadcast on KGFY 105.5 FM. Class 3A All-Star Perkins-Tryon senior Devin Peyton (21) chases down the McLoud quarterback during a home game last season. Peyton attained another post-season football honor as he was named to the Class 3A All-Star by Class East squad released last week by the Oklahoma Coaches Association• Peyton was the Demons' leading tackler from his linebacker position last season with 162 stops with 100 of them being solo tackles. He also logged six quarter- back sacks and one interception. He was also recently named the District 3A-2 co-defensive player of the year. Because of this latest honor, Peyton could possibly earn an all-state football position as an alternate if another linebacker from the East defense does not play. That will not be known until closer to the annual game next July. Journal photo by Kyle Lomenick With 2013 approaching, it's time to think about New Year's resolutions. Without putting a great deal of thought into mine for 2013, I would like to be more thankful for all the blessings in my life, improve my health, make more of a difference in others' lives, laugh and enjoy life more and read. Those are personal reso- lutions. Here are some reso- lutions I think others might be, or should be, planning for 2013: President Obama/ Congress- To do something different ... something that would genuinely benefit the nation's citizens. Elementary/secondary school students - To enjoy their school experience with a sense of security Tournament assignments have been set for the upcom- ing CD Warehouse Classic at Bethel High School. The three-day event will be Jan. 10-12. The Perkins-Tryon Lady Demons are the tournament's top seed and will play Little Axe at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 10. It will be the final girls' game during first round action. The day will start with Bridge Creek facing Newcastle at 11 a.m. The winner/loser will play the P-T/Little Axe outcome. Heritage Hall will play Word of Life, a Christian school from Wichita, Kan., at 1:40 p.m. and host Bethel willplay Seminole at 4:20 p.m. The winners bracket semifinals games will be at 4:20 and 7 p.m., Friday, Jan. 11. The losers' bracket games are at 11 a.m. and 1:40 p.m. On Saturday, Jan. 12, the schedule begins with the seventh place game at 10 a.m. followed by the consola- tion championship at 1 p.m. The third place game is at 4 p.m. and the championship finals at 7 p.m. On the boys' side, the Demons will face Seminole in the final game of the day on Thursday, Jan. 10. The winner/loser will play the outcome of the Heritage Hall vs. Bridge Creek game, which will be played at 12:20 p.m. On the opposite side of the bracket, top-seeded Bethel will play Little Axe at 3 p.m. and Newcastle will play Byng at 5:40 p.m. The winners' bracket semifinals will be at 5:40 and 8: 20 p.m. while the losers' bracket second round will begin at 12:20 and 3 p.m. The Saturday slate starts at 11:30 a.m. with the seventh place game and will be followed with the consolation championship at 2:30 p.m. The third place game is set to start at 5:30 p.m. with the championship finals at around 8:30 p.m. Matmen lose dual rather than fear. the injury-plagued 2012to Tigers last week Mike Gundy, OSU season. football coach - Revised TravisFord, OSUhoops NEWKIRK - Even The highlight was scheduling ... perhaps coach-To see his young, though the final score a win by fall by senior adding teams rated between athletic squad become showed a lopsided win for heavyweight Corbin Reid Savannah State and Florida more consistent on both Newkirk, the matches the in the final match of the State. ends of the floor, in the Perkins-Tryon Demons night. Blake Avery at 132 Mike Holder, OSU AD same game. wrestled showed the team pounds and Brett Cheary at -Toseemoreathleficstruc- Jim Littell, Cowgirl could be competitive. The 138 pounds both won their tures arising north of Boone hoops coach - To have host Tigers won 63-12 in matches by decisions. Pickens Stadium. forward Toni Young play high school dual action With losses were Hunter Matt Holliday, St. Louis to the best of her ability for last Tuesday. Phillips at 106 pounds, Cardinals outfielder - To an injury-free season. P-T was unable to pro- Conner Johnson at 113, go through the 2013 season Josh Holliday, OSU vide wrestlers in seven of Clark Crotty at 160, and injury free. baseball coach - To instill the matches' 14 weights. Brandon Moody at 170. TuCker Barnard, SHS his passion, confidence That alone gave Newkirk "I was real pleased AD/football coach - To and enthusiasm for the a 42-0 advantage, But in with the way our high see his 2013 football team game into his first Cowboy the seven that squared off school guys competed on go through an injury-free on the match, the Demons season, as opposed to See 2013 Page B3 won three of them. See WRESTLE Page B3 sD Ripley's Wisper Lefthand is fouled while attempting a layup during last week's top 20 game at Davenport. The Lady War- riors rolled to a 53-35 win over the Lady Bulldogs. In boys' action, RHS also gained an easy win of 61-43. Journal photo by Rick Lomenick By Rick Lomenick which would be as close as a 47-25 lead with 5:24 left Journal Sports Editor the Lady Bulldogs would in the game. DAVENPORT - Rip- get. DHS managed an eight- ley's Lady Warriors and RHS outscored the point raUy that trimmed the Warriors made it a clean hosts 8-4 in the final three deficit to 47-33 but could sweep last Tuesday night minutes for an 18-11 first get any closer. with a doubleheader tri- quarterlead. Ladd led all scorers umph at Davenport to close Ripley began putting the with 23 points. McKnight out the 2012 portion of the game away in the second followed with 13. regular season, period with a 12-4 scoring Intheboys' game, Ripley Both teams used big advantage. A right wing held a sizeable advantage starts enroute to their three-pointer from Jaclyn in experience and avail- respective wins. The Lady McKnight gave the Ladyable players in their 61-43 Warriors gained a 53-35 Warriors their first double romp. Davenport suited triumph while the War- digit lead at 21-11 just over up on seven players with riors followed with a 61- two minute into the frame, most of them freshmen and 43 verdict. When the quarter ended, sophomores. In the girls' game, Kylie Ripley had doubled up Dav- The Warriors jumped out Ladd scored Ripley's first enport 30-15. to an 18-2 first quarter lead 10 points of the game. Ladd The third quarter began then never looked back. At drained a pair of three- with a five-point run from one point, RHS notched 13 point goals plus a layup Ladd and Naomi Eslinger unanswered points to create to compliment two free that pushed the margin to the lopsided score. throws that gave the Lady 20 points at 35-15 with 6: The lead ballooned to Warriors a 10-4 lead with 10 left. The game's largest 20 points at the midway five minutes left in the first lead was 22 points, which point of the second period quarter. Davenport used a was reached early in the and remained for a 32-11 free throw and a field goal fourth quarter on Ladd's to trim the deficit to 10-7, fourth trey of the game and See RIPLEY Page B3 z. tf tt ....... ~ .................. • ................................... ,r1 .............................................................