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Hold ’em high
The Duncan Demon wrestling team quickly made sure that plans for a post game celebration in honor of head coach Tom Brack would not go to waste.
Marlow with 13 players recognized
MARLOW — The season ended up a disappointment for the Marlow Outlaw football team this year, but with any dark cloud, there’s always a silver lining.
Area athletes well-represented on A-4 team
Ringling rolled to an undefeated record in District A-4 and, by virtue of its record, took in the lion’s share of accolades on the All-District team. But there were plenty of leftovers for area athletes.
For 32 years, Tom Brack has served as an ambassador of wrestling for Stephens County. As a coach at Marlow, Comanche and Duncan, Brack’s teams have won state twice, finished runner-up 11 times and he has coached 26 state champions and four All-Americans.
Ladies swim to first, Bowles qualifies
The Duncan Lady Demon swim team continued its early run of success and the Demons qualified another swimmer for state Tuesday afternoon in a meet against Lawton’s finest.
Outlaws drop dual to Lawton High, 45-26
The Marlow wrestling team lost 45-26 to Lawton High Tuesday night, but won six of its 11 matches on the evening.
- Comanche teams win big, V-A loses both games It was a good night for most area teams Tuesday night, as the the official start to the high school basketball season is here. Comanche rolled Tuesday night as the boys and girls walked over Frederick, 73-42 and 61-25, respectively.
Lady Outlaws hook Longhorns
MARLOW — It may not have been pretty, but as they say, a win is a win.
Outlaws start slow, fall to Lone Grove
MARLOW — It was a shaky start for the Marlow Outlaws Tuesday night, scoring just 13 points in the first half en route to a 62-53 season opening loss to the Longhorns of Lone Grove.
Lady Demons win season opener
OKLAHOMA CITY — Rashelle Carr came out of a slump and it could not have come at a better time as far as the Duncan Lady Demons were concerned.
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- Hold ’em high The Duncan Demon wrestling team quickly made sure that plans for a post game celebration in honor of head coach Tom Brack would not go to waste.