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December 11, 2013

Perkins-Tryon basketball teams sweep Perry in overtime games

PERKINS, Okla. — The boys and girls Perkins-Tryon teams both took the game into overtime against Perry, and came away victorious by a point.

It was a low-scoring and slow starting game for the Lady Demons, who finished it 21-20. P-T put up 5 points in the first half and the Lady Maroons only sank one basket.

“Perry was a lot bigger than us so we were really selective on our shots in the first half,” P-T coach Jerry Burnett said.

Shauna Edwards led Perry with 8 points, and Jeri Adkism scored 11 for the Lady Demons. Adkism hit a bucket at the final buzzer of overtime, was fouled, and scored the game-winning point with no time left on the clock.

The boys played a faster game, leading Perry by 10 points going into the second. Perry came back to tie it up in the fourth quarter and sent the game to a fifth quarter.

Adams put 24 points on the scoreboard for the Maroons. Hayden McBride was the leading scorer for P-T with 20 points.

The Demons will travel to Stroud and Perry will take on Blackwell at 6:30 Friday.


RED ROCK — The Coyle Bluejackets won their first game this season, a 75-30 over Newkirk’s junior varsity in the first round of the Frontier Shootout.

“We came out pretty strong,” coach Josh Sumrall said. “We were able to work on things we needed to.”

The Bluejackets (1-1) led 23-2 after the first quarter and built their lead from there. Heath Moorman led the team in scoring with 15 points. Also scoring in double digits was Anthony McLeod and Chaz Newton, who each scored 14 points. Ten Coyle players scored.

Coyle will play the winner of Morrison and Crescent at 8:15 p.m. Thursday.


RED ROCK — A last second shot secured the win for the Wildcats against Crescent at the Frontier Shootout.

Morrison trailed by two in the final seconds of the game, but a 3-point shot by Jordan Quinata connected with the basket at the final buzzer for the victory.

Morrison trailed by 13 points going in to the second quarter and turned the ball over 30 times, but coach Cory Bales said his team played hard for the win.

“We turned the ball over way too much,” Bales said. “We’ve got to get better at “We’ve got to get better at that.”

Kevin Freeman scored 17 points for the Wildcats and Ty Stout followed with 13.


RED ROCK — The Mustangs fell to Newkirk in their home tournament after losing the lead in the second quarter.

Frontier couldn’t bounce back from being outscored by 9 points in the second quarter and went in to halftime down by 8. Talon Harris led the team offensively with 19 points. Jacob Collins followed with 14. Collins is the only senior on the team.

“These kids had a lot of experience last year so they should be able to handle it,” coach Bob Weckstein said.

Frontier will play Garber at 5:30 Friday.


CARNEY — Agra led the first quarter but ultimately lost on the road.

Agra held a 3-point lead in the first but quickly saw that lead disappear. Ty Wiseman scored 30 points for Carney.

Carney will travel to Davenport at 6:30 Tuesday. Agra will be hosting a tournament this weekend.



CARNEY — The Lady Bearcats defeated Carney by a 23-point spread.

Kaitlyn Bailey had 10 of Carney’s points, and Holli Bailey scored 9. Taylor Roe scored 12 points for Agra and Faith Condrey contributed 11. The Lady Bearcat’s hit seven three-pointers.

Agra will be playing in a home tournament this weekend. Carney will travel to Davenport at 6:30 Tuesday.

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