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Sports THE JOURNAL, Thursday, December 27, 2012 - B3 WRESTLE Continued from Page B1 the mat," said head coach pounds, Justin Ritter at a Class 3A district dual Shawn Matheson. 126, Braden Rush at 150, tournament at Perry on The junior high grip- and Colton Griswald at 175 Thursday, Jan. 3. The event piers notched several wins pounds. Freshman Isaiah will start at 5 p.m. at John when both schools matched Fesili won his match at Devine Ha]l. up to get in several matches. 140 pounds. Perennial power Perry P-T won eight of the 12 Others wrestling were will host the five-team matches, seventh graders Josh Mat- dual event. In addition to Seventh graders with tingly at 98 pounds and P-T, Chandler, Pawnee, and wins were Jacob LusterBoone Westfall at 198 Tonkawawill make up the andJaxonSwink, bothat98 pounds, eighth grader field. Each team will wres- pounds and Damon Walkup Nathanael Ellis at 98 tle four duals on two mats. at 89 points. It was also pounds, and freshman The winner of the dual tour- Luster's first career win. heavyweight Caleb Hart. nament will advance to the Eighth grade winners Next action for the high dual state tournament later were Eli Phibbs at 80 school Demons will be this season. RIPLEY Continued from Page B1 halftime score, scored in the second hall Sukovaty 1. Ripley's largest lead Dexter Ladd followed with Ripley 61, Davenport 43 was 27 points, which was 13. (Boys) reached after an 8-0 run for RHS 18 14 19 10-61 Ripley53, Davenport 35DHS 2 9 15 17-43 a 47-20 advantage with 3: (Girls) Ripley - Caulden Green- 40left. CauldenGreenfield, RHS 18 12 12 11 -53 field 28, Dexter Ladd 13, Mitch Gan'et Gosney, and Hous- DHS 11 4 6 14-35 Jardot 5, Houston Twoguns 4, Riptey- Kylie Ladd 23, Jaclyn Noah Teel 3, Garret Gosney 2, ton Twoguns combined McKnight 13, Naomi Eslinger 7, Cory Sadler 2, Dalton Watts 2, their shooting efforts for Wisper Lefthand 6, Mason Pitts Forrest Witt 2. the run. 4. Davenport - Thomas 18, Greenfield led the War- Davenport - Thomas 13, Machado 10, Reed 10, West 4, Hendricks 10, McDow 8, Suko- Schofield 1. riors in scoring with 28 vaty 3, Kalka 1. 3-point goals - RHS: Jardot points, of which 17 were 3-point goals - RHS: Ladd 4. 1, Ladd 1, Teel 1. DHS: Machado McKnight 2. DHS: McDowell 1, 2, Reed 2. 2013 Coyle's Ryan Weathers drives the baseline on a Frontier defender during last Tuesday night's game against the host Mustangs. The Bluejackets finished with a 64-53 win over Frontier to complete the 2012 portion of the schedule. Weathers finished the game with 15 points. Journal photo by Kyle Lomenick gs Continued from Page B1 team. healthyLady Pioneer battle for a top three team Tony Holt, SHS base- team. finish in the state wrestling RED ROCK - Coyle's third quarter run as both Coyle 64, Frontier53 CHS21 17 12 14-64 ball coach - To assemble Janet Barresi, Statechampionships in late Feb- Bluejackets placed four teams notched 14pointsin FHS16 16 7 14-53 another regional champi- School Superintendentruary. Development in the players in double figures the finalperiod. Coyle-TonyAska16,Jakobi onship team and experi-- To genuinely understand heavier weights will be a and used a solid shooting As ateam, theBluejack- Brown 15, Ryan Weathers ence a return to the state and respect the importance key. effort for a 64-53 win over ets hit 24 of 54 shots from 15, Fidel Simpson 10, Heath Moorman 4, Dalton Anderson 2, tournament, of the state's public schools. Johnny Manziel, Texas the Frontier Mustangs last the field for 44.4 percent. LaShay Johnson 2. Michael Davis, SHS So far, her administration A&M QB - To be able toTuesday night to close out Tony Askawas the lead- Frontier- Norman 20, Ratliff hoops coach - To see this has exhibited neitherunder- perfohn in 2013 like he did the 2012 portion of the ing scorer with 16 points. 11, Ta. Harris 8, Childs 5, Tr. Harris '4, Armstrong 3, Deer 2. inexperienced team maxi- standing nor respect, in 2012 before he became schedule. He was also the leading 3-point goals-CHS: Weath- mize its potential by the John Smith, OSU mat a sports household name. Coyle jumped out to arebounder with 12 to corn- ers2. FHS:Ta. Harris2, Norman end of the season. And, coach - To be in position Wondering what new nick- 21-16 lead at the end of the plete yet another double- 2, Childs 1, Tr. Harris 1. to continue winning "best to battle for a national name he will add to Johnny first quarter then expanded double this season. dressed coach" honors wrestling championship Football and Johnny Heis- it to 38-32 at halftime. The Jakobi Brown and Ryan among his peers, in March. Development man? Bluejackets continued to Weathers followed with nappy Carl Treat, SHS girls' of inexperience Cowboys Newtown, Conn. - To have the upper hand in 15 points each and Fidel hoops coach - To be able will be akey. realize the nation continues scoring in the second half Simpson added 10. Weath- New Year/ to play a significant amount Doug Chesbro, SHS mat to lift it up in thoughts and with a 26-21 advantage, ers also dished out a team- of time this season with a coach- To be in position to prayers. It was spurred by a 12-7 leading five assists. LEGAL N()TICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Legal nolJce published in The Progress School CommunityFIELD OFFICE SUPPLY, 46.47, REIMBURSEMENT; 876, JOHN-367, GRIMSLEYS, INC., 189.27, SIRCHIE FINGER PRINTS, 383.45, Perkins Joumal Dec. 27, 2012 Center: SUPPLIES; 830, STILLWATERSON, LORIE.,99.90,REIMBURSE- SUPPLIES; 368, RAINS DIESEL SUPPLIES; 95, ELAM PHD, JOE, Requisitioning: Helen Carrier NEWSPRESS, 207.68, SERVICES; MENT; 877, EVANS, VALERI,80.47, REPAIR LLC, 385.03, SERVICES; 150.00, SERVICES; 96, PERKINS The PayneCountyCommissioners ReceMngofficer:Cloris Davis 831, POSTAL PACK & SHIP, 8.95, REIMBURSEMENT; 878, SHE- 369, THE OTHER HANDYMAN,ROAD PET CLINIC, INC., 93.35, met in a regular meeting, Monday, SERVICES; 832, RENAISSANCE NOLD, ROBBIE S., 6.66, REIM- 80.00,SERVICES;370,PAYNECO. SERVICES; 97, COWBOY October 01, 2012. Notice of the E-911 Board TULSA CONVENTION, 154.00,BURSEMENT; 879, STONE, IMPLEMENT CO., 36.99, SUP- TOWING, 101.00, SERVICES; 98, meeting was made in accordance Current requisitioning Officer: Gloria SERVICES; 833, COUNTY OFFI- DOROTHYA.,39.96, REIMBURSE- PLIES;371, WELCH STATE BANK, VETERINARY DENTAL CENTER wi~theOpen Meeting Law. The fol- Hesser CERS & DEPUTIES, 75.00, SER- MEN'r~880,BENSON, MICHAELD., 3661.65, SERVICES;372, WELCH OFTULSA,726.00,SERVICES;99, Iowingwere present: GloriaHesser, New requisitioning officer: Gloria VICES; 834, COWAN, JAMES C., 206.46, REIMBURSEMENT; 881, STATEBANK,3891.70,SERVlCES; PERKINS WRECKER SERVICE, Chairman; JimArthur, Vice-Chair- Hesser, 38.37, REIMBURSEMENT; 835, GRAGERT, HELEN K., 8.88, FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT: 8, 146.46,SERVlCES;100,STILLWA- man, Distri~/fJCommissioner;Zach WALMART COMMUNITY, 47.74,TRAVEL; 882, PIONEER EQUIP- VAUGHAN, ZELANK.,54.95,REIM- TER TAG AGENCY, 11.00, SER- Cavett, District#1Commissionerand Current receiving officer: Norman SUPPLIES;836,OAKESSERVlCEMENT, 189.40, SERVICES; 883, BURSEMENT; BOARD OF PRIS- VICES; MECHANIC LIEN FEE: 2, UndaHatfield, County Clerk. McNickle CENTER, 166.90, SUPPLIES;637, KINNUNEN SALES & RENTALS,, ONERS: 44, CDWG GOVERN- MIDWEST PRINTERS, 434.68, The meeting was opened with New receiving officer: Norman CENTER FOR LOCAL, 450.00,860.00, SERVICES; 884, KIN- MENT, INC., 7976.14, SUPPLIES; SUPPLIES; 3, STC/BUSINESS Prayer and Rag Salute. McNickle, April Bagwell SERVICES; 838, CENTER FORNUNEN SALES & RENTALS,, 45, CASCO INDUSTRIES, INC., WORLD, 383.23, SERVICES; FAIR- Cavett made the motion to approve LOCAL, 20.00, SERVICES; 839, 978.80, SERVICES; 885, JOHN 4652.00, SUPPLIES; HEALTH BOARD CASH: 49, BUNNEY the agenda as printed. Arthur sec- Arthur made the motion to approve CENTER FOR LOCAL, 60.00, DEERE FINANCIAL, 50.94, SUP- DEPARTMENT: 80, OKLA. STATE ELECTRICCO., INC., 520.00, SER- onded. Cavett, aye; Arthur, aye; the appointments as presented. SERVICES; 840, CENTER FORPLIES; 886, NAPA AUTO PARTS, DEPT. OF HEALTH, 12692.11, VICES; 50, PITNEY BOWLS PUR- Hesser, aye. Cavettseconded.Arthur, aye;Cavett, LOCAL, 50.00, SERVICES; 841, 17.88, SUPPLIES; 687, STAPLES, SERVICES; 81, OPDYKE, LAU- CHASE POWER, 150.00, SUP- Hesser recognized Jeffrey Dixon aye; Hesser, aye. CUSHING CITIZEN, 677.00, SER- 343.92, SUPPLIES; 888, STILLWA- RENE, 59.94, REIMBURSEMENT; PLIES; 51, OKLA. NATURAL GAS, with Mehlburger Brawley. Dixon VICES; 842, STAPLES, 30.37, TER MILLAGRI CENTER, 193.38, 82, BLAKE, LINDA, 47.73, REIM- 172.11, UTILITIES; 52, CITY OF stated he was presenting the road Haffield presented a blanket pur- SUPPLIES; 843, CUNDIFF CPA SUPPLIES; 889, STILLWATERBURSEMENT;83,HICKS,TAMARA, STILLWATER, 179.64, UTILITIES; distiictswithlastyearsbridgeinspec- chase order for the month of Octo- INC, STEVEN F, 6750.00, SER- MILLAGRI CENTER, 475.00, SUP- 211.02, REIMBURSEMENT; 84, SHERIFF S COMMISSARY: 3, tionreportforreview.Dixonstatedhe berfrom District#1 to ReetPride in VICES; 844, CITY OF STILLWA- PLIES; 890, REGALIA, 5985.86, COMMISSION ON DIETETIC REG- POSTMASTER, 675.00, SUP- would be present at the October 8 the amount of $1,000.00. Cavett TER, 7712.46, UTILITIES; 845, M SUPPLIES;891, PITNEY BOWLS, ISTRATION, 740.00, SERVICES; PLIES; JAIL OPERATION & MAIN- meeting to present replacement made the motion to approve the POWER INC., 150.00, SERVICES; 395.50, SERVICES; 892, CITY OF 85, HALL, KRISTIN, 38.85, REIM- TENANCE: 205, CREDIT CARD sheets and go over the report with purchase order as prasented. Arthur 846,OKLA. NATURALGAS,20.50, STILLWATER, 20.46, SERVlCES; BURSEMENT;86,CINTASDOCU-OPERATIONS, 799.27, SUPPLIES; the Board. seconded. Cavett, aye; Arthur, aye; UTLITITES; 847, STC/BUSINESS 893, CASCO INDUSTRIES, INC., MENT MANAGEMENT, 130.00,206, E-470 PUBLIC HIGHWAY Cavettprasentedthefollowingroad Hesser, aye. WORLD, 112.28, SERVICES; 848, 7314.00, SUPPLIES; 894, CHIEF SUPPLIES; 87, FENTON OFFICE AUTHORITY,9.45,SUPPLIES;207, crossing permit: CITY OF STILLWATER, 8071.05, FIREANDSAFE'ry4625.00,SUP- MART, 983.63, SUPPLIES; 88, GRIMSLEYS, INC., 773.40, SUP- 1) Calyx Energy LLC, anoverhead Hatfield presented the minutes of SERVICES;849,AT&T, 3392.84, PLIES; HIGHWAY CASH: 339,LOWESCOMPANIES, INC., 38.52, PLIES; 208, GRIMSLEYS, INC., electric line crossing over a North/ September 27, 2012. Cavett made SERVICES; 850, SAC & FOX STEWARTSTONE, INC., 10481.83, SUPPLIES; 89, PEAK PEST SER- 874.54, SUPPLIES; 209, OKLA. South county road approximately Y= the motion to approve the minutes NATION JUVENILE, 337.76, SER- SUPPLIES; 340, AQUA PLEA-VICES LLC., 2(X).00, SERVICES; NATURALGAS,756.51, UTILITIES; mile North of 9th Street and Ripley as pnnted. Arthur seconded. Cavett, VICES; 851, OKLA. STATE UNI- SURES, 51.00, SUPPLIES; 341, 90, STILLWATER MEDICAL 210, OVERHEAD DOOR COM- Road and described as 2,640 feet aye;Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. VERSIT~, 65.18, SERVICES; 852, JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL 458.30, CENTER, 90.00, SERVICES; 91, PANY, 90.00, SERVICES; 211, North of the SW/corner of Section 5, AT & T MOBILI'I'Y 159.57, SER- SUPPLIES;342,WALMARTCOM-WALMART COMMUNrI~, 110.11, GRIMSLEYS, INC., 907.04, SUP- Township17 North, Range 4 East. Cavett made the motion to approve VICES; 853, GRIMSLEYS, INC., MUNITy, 59.97, SUPPLIES; 343, SUPPLIES; 92, WALMART COM- PLIES; 212, BOB BURK OILCO., Cavett made the m~on to approve the pumhase orders. Arthur sec- 330.75, SUPPLIES; 854, HICKER- WARREN CAT, 1033.98, SUP- MUNITY, 57.70, SUPPLIES; 93, INC., 596.62, SUPPLIES; 213, the permit as presented. Arthur onded. Cavett, aye; Arthur, aye; SON MECHANICAL, INC., 320.00, PLIES; 344, PRYOR STONE,OKLA. STATE UNIVERSI'I'Y, 170.00, COSTUMES BALLONS & STUFF, seconded. Cavett, aye; A~ur, aye; Hesser, aye. SERVICES; 855, HICKERSON 7217.45,SUPPLIES;345, BAILEY'S SERVICES; 94, MERIDIAN TECH- 135.00, SUPPLIES; 214, OKLA. Hasser, aye. MECHANICAL, INC., 607.72, SER- PAVINGCO., INC, 3195.18, SUP- NOLOGY CENTER, 15.00, SER- DEPT. OF LABOR, 25.00, SER- Hesserprssentedthefollowingreap 2011-2012 COUNTY GENERAL:VICES; 856, HICKERSON PLIES; 346, CIRCUIT ENGINEER- VICES; 95, UNIVERSITY CLEAN- VICES; 215, REXEL 173.43, SUP- grant application: 3809, BAILEYS PAVING CO. , MECHANICAL INC., 4285.00, SUP- ING DIST. #4, 189.40, SUPPLIES; ING SERVICES, 687.45, SER- PLIES; 216, OKLA. TAEKWONDO, 1) Diamond Valley Community INC, 4336.80, SERVICES; 3810, PLIES; 857, BAILEYS PAVING CO. 347, CIRCUIT ENGINEERINGVICES; 96, ALLIANCE MAINTE- 201.88, SUPPLIES; 217, REXEL, Center, weather sldp front entrance BAILEYS PAVING CO. , INC,, INC, 52660.56, SERVICES; 858, DIST. #4, 332.44, SUPPLIES; 348, NANCE, INC.,1975.00, SERVICES; 104.34, SUPPLIES; 218, REXEL, door, repair and raplace kitchen floor, 28138.35, SERVICES; HEALTH SILVERS, BAILEY, 85.47, REIM- OKLA. TAX COMMISSION, 12.50, 97, A T & T MOBILITY, 1017.11, 68.49, SUPPLIES; 219, CITY OF raplacekitchencountertop, sandand DEPARTMENT: 514, STILLWATER BURSEMENT; 859, HAMMOND, SUPPLIES; 349, HOYT, MIKE, SERVICES; 98, CENTERPOINT STILLWATER, 13349.96, UTILI- refinish wood flcors, replace old gas NEWSPRESS, 495.00, SERVICES; LOVETAE., 71.04, REIMBURSE- 400.00, SUPPLIES; 350, KIN- ENERGY, 39.14, UTLITIES; 99, TIES;220, FASTENALCOMPANY, stove and microwave. The funds 515, MAC SYsTEMS, INC., 539.00, MENT; 860, REDFEARN, DAREN NUNEN SALES & RENTALS,, STC/BUSINESS WORLD, 238.00, 16.59,SUPPLIES;221,KINNuNEN being requested are $10,831.00. SERVICES; D., 8.32, REIMBURSEMENT; 861, 1561.00, SERVICES;351, DOLESE SERVICES; 100, MERIDIANTECH- SALES & RENTALS,, 452.70, SUP- 2012-2013 COUNTY GENERAL:GILBERT, RITA S., 41.62, REIM- BROTHERS COMPANy 3122.00, NOLOGY CENTER, 30.00, SER- ' PLIES; SOL!DWASTE: 63,AT&T Cavett made the molJon to approve 814, WALMART COMMUNITY, BURSEMENT; 862, FERGUSON,SUPPLIES; 352, CITYOF CUSH- VICES;101, LEKTRON LIGHTING, MOBILITY, 32.14, SERVICES; the application as presented and 40.46,SUPPLIES;815,B&CBUSI- RACHELK., 86.58, REIMBURSE- ING, 1683.75, UTLITITES; 353, 699.31, SUPPLIES; 102, LAN- CLERKRM&P:8,KELLPRO, INC., explained. Arthur seconded. CavetL NESS PRODUCTS, INC., 639.80, MENT; 863, DAVIS, DEBRA J., CITY OF STILLwATER, 20.46, GUAGE LINE SERVICES, 182.68, 9814.00, SUPPUES; 9, MIDWEST aye; Arthur, aye;Hesser, aye. SUPPLIES; 816, SOUTHWEST 27.75, REIMBURSEMENT; 864, U'rLITIES;354,KINNuNENsALES SERVICES; 103,AT&T, 1489.04, PRINTERS, 656.40, SERVICES;10, SOLUTIONS GROUP, 581.54, TIPTON, CAROLYN K., 112.10, & RENTALS,, 41.44, SERVICES; SERVICES; 104, MOORE MEDI- MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLY, Hesser presented the following reap SERVICES; 817, COOPERS REIMBURSEMENT; 865, SOR- 355,CIMARRONGLASS&OVER- CALCORP., 201.45, SUPPLIES; 59.99, SUPPLIES; E 911:16, AT & grant application: LOCKSMITH LLC, 90.00, SER- RELL, DAVID P., 167.61, REIM- HEAD, 285.00, SUPPLIES; 356, 105, CUNDIFFCPA INC, STEVEN T, 15683.84, SERVICES; DRUG VICES; 818, WEST GROUP, BURSEMENT; 866, CARDwELL,PERKINS BUILDERS SUPPLY,F, 750.00, SERVICES; 106, OKLA. COURT: 4, PAYNE CO. DRUG 1) Progress School, replace win- 1280.00, SERVICES; 819, WEST BART, 67.15, REIMBURSEMENT; INC., 116.40, SUPPLIES; 357, NATURALGAS,101.84, UTILITIES; COURT, INC., 5312.50, SERVICES; dows. The funds requested are GROUP, 281.00, SERVICES; 820, 867, PALMER, CHEsTER D., 97.12, WALMART COMMUNITY, 28.09, 107, PITNEY BOWLS, 225.00, CBRI 105 FUND: 10, JOHNSTON $4,971.00. CREDIT CARD OPERATIONS, REIMBURSEMENT; 868, TIM- SUPPLIES; 358, POWERPLAN, SERVICES; SHERIFF SERVICE CONCRETE PLUMBING LLC, 1620.34, SUPPLIES; 821, RADIO- MONS, TRAVISW., 168.72, REIM- 8988.88,SUPPUES;359,STILLWA- FEE: 86, SHERATON MIDWEST 580.00, SERVICES; DISTRICT Arthur made the motion to approve PHONE ENGINEERING, INC., BURSEMENT; 869, HALEY, TER NEWSPRESS, 47.50, SER- CITY HOTEL, 574.00, SERVICES; A'I-rORNEYSEIZURE:5,STILLWA- the.application as presented and 268.00, SUPPLIES; 822, DIRECT MICHAEL, 204.24, REIMBURSE- VICES; 360, B & C BUSINESS 87, STAPLES, 631.05, SUPPLIES; TER POLICE DEPT., 250.00, SER- explained. Cavett seconded. Arthur, TV, 144.99, SERVICES; 823, STILL- MENT; 870, WILLIAMS, MELISSA, PRODUCTS, INC., 104.45, SUP- 88, TERRITORY WESTERN, VICES; 6, PAYNE CO. DISTRICT aye;Cavett, aye;Hesser, aye. WATER SAFETY LANE, 270.10, 7.21, REIMBURSEMENT; 871,PLIES; 361, A T & T MOBILITY, 159.80,SUPPLIES;89, WALMART ATTORNEY, 280.00, SERVICES; 7, SERVICES; 824, SIGNS NOW,KAHLE, BRANDON, 68.60, REIM- 47.63, SERVICES; 362, OKLA. COMMUNITY, 371.39, SUPPLIES; STILLwATER POLICE DEPT., Hatfield presented the following req- 15.75, SUPPLIES; 825, CITY OF BURSEMENT; 872, DYE, LARRY NATURALGAS,81.60,UTLITITES; 90, BEASLEYS TECHNOLOGY,272.50, SERVICES;8, PAYNECO. uisitioning and receiving officers: STILLWATER, 552.32, UTILITIES; A., 56.61, REIMBURsEMENT; 873, 363, OAKES SERVICE CENTER, INC., 1350.00, SUPPLIES; 91, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, 272.50, 826,OKLA. NATURALGAS,38.16, STRIcKLER, STEVE, 111.00,870.00, SUPPLIES; 364, CITYOF ENTENMANN-ROVIN CO., SERVICES; Diamond Valley Community Center UTILITIES; 827, HATFIELD, LINDA REIMBURSEMENT; 874, STILLwATER, 302.22, SERVICES; 1447.75, SUPPLIES; 92, STILLWA- The meeting was adjoumed. 2012t2013 reap grant: S.,71.59, REIMBURsEMENT; 828, GRIFFITH, CYNTHIA O., 99.90, 365,CITYOFSTILLWATER,20.45, TER NEWSPRESS, 57.29, SER- Requisitioning:PaulaJones SEXTON, GLENDA K., 98.79,REIMBURSEMENT; 875, MAT- SERVICES; 368, RAINS DIESEL VICES; 93, QUALITY WATER UndaHatfield ReceMng officer: Judy German REIMBuRsEMENT; 829, MERRI- THEWS, JENNIFER L., 27.75, REPAIR LLC, 377.48, SERVICES; SERVICES,199.00,SUPPLIES;94, Payne county Clerk ....... ~ ........ /