Inductees, players honored at athletic meeting
With the school year coming to a close, Duncan High School took time Thursday to commemorate its athletes of the past and celebrate its players from the present.
DYBC going to bat for Wounded Warrior Project
While the youngsters of the Duncan Youth Baseball Club sported pink in support of breast cancer awareness last year during the Wood batting for a cause tournament, this year’s theme will have a more patriotic feel.
Duncan to host local elementary track meet
Fresh off the success of their high school predecessors, the next generation of Duncan track and field athletes will get the chance to show what they’re made of Friday afternoon.
Demons, Howard take on top tier foes
Taking on the top track and field athletes Oklahoma had to offer, the Duncan Demons were not to be intimidated Tuesday.
Seniors complete careers at Classic
While the regular season and the playoffs ended months ago for high school basketball, Tuesday night provided one last chance for area high school seniors to lace up their shoes one more time.
Cassidy, Toone selected to All-State team by OCA
An already impressive senior year for Duncan tennis players Brittany Toone and Samantha Cassidy continued to improve Tuesday, as the duo was selected as two of the top tennis players in the state Tuesday.
Oller Valentine thrived during senior season
When former Duncan star athlete Tina Oller Valentine was causing headaches for her opponents on the court, high school girls basketball looked a little different than it does today.
Geurkink's love for tennis led to lasting success
In the early years of his childhood, Mark Geurkink was a do-it-all athlete, playing everything from youth football to basketball to tennis.
Duncan title adds to decorated history
When the Duncan Lady Demons took home their first state title under Phil Barnes two weeks ago, the team added yet another accomplishment to a program where championships have become the expectation.
Greenhaw returns home for Hall of Fame induction
Growing up in Duncan, all Robert Greenhaw wanted to do was spend as much time as he could around a football field.
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