Humphreys hits ace in Velma
Recent Velma-Alma graduate L.L. Humphreys made the most of his trip to the Wildhorse Golf Course Wednesday, hitting a hole-in-one on a 120 par three hole.
Humphreys used a nine iron to hit the ace, which was witnessed by Kaleb Osmurs.
Wiles to be honored at Memorial Softball Tournament
Marlow will host an overnight softball tournament in memory of former Duncan resident Alyssa Wiles, who was murdered June 10.
Starting at 8 p.m., the games will be played at Eddie Palmer Field.
All funds from the event will go to the Wiles family.
She is Safe to host “Run From Dark” 5K Run/Walk
The local She is Safe Advocacy team will sponsor a night 5K Run/Walk Friday that will start at 9 p.m. Friday at the west parking lot of Duncan Regional Hospital.
The event will serve to raise awareness and funds for the organization, which fights to liberate women from abuse, poverty and exploitation in high risk places around the globe.
Duncan’s annual bike event to kick off on Saturday
The Dehydrator will be back in Duncan this weekend, starting at 7:05 a.m. Saturday at the Simmons Center. The event will feature rides of 10, 25, 50, 62 and 80 miles, the later being a new addition, but will not host a race.
Those still interested in registering can sign up on the day of the event or today at the Simmons Center from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m..
Humphreys hits ace in Velma
Local basketball games canceled
The Central High at Snyder, Wilson at Comanche, Velma-Alma at Rush Springs and Temple at Empire basketball games on Friday have been canceled due to inclimate weather.
Demon swim meet canceled
Duncan's swimming meet scheduled for Thursday afternoon has been canceled.
Outlaws wrestling opener postponed
Marlow wrestling’s season opener versus Pauls Valley on Thursday has been canceled due to inclimate weather.
Empire girls take home road win
Following her 33-point season debut, Empire senior Kaelyn Allensworth ran into a Central High girls basketball team determined to slow he down Tuesday night.
DHS grads promote opposing Bedlam sides
There are two Duncan High School graduates, promoting school spirt on opposite sides of this weekend’s Bedlam matchup.
Bray-Doyle girls win elusive first game
Bray-Doyle finally got to play, and the girls basketball team didn’t hold anything back in a 67-24 victory at Lawton Christian.
Weather concerns mean playoffs postponed
Concerns about inclement weather this weekend led to the postponement of this weekend’s high school football playoffs.
Former-Comanche turned Sooner wrestler
On Sunday, No. 5 Oklahoma defeated No. 3 Oklahoma State to take the Bedlam wrestling bout. Former-Comanche wrestler Jon Wayne Townsend is part of that Sooner team.
Indian boys edge Outlaws, Marlow girls win
When Comanche interim coach Caleb Cole was told senior Jacob Hammond had 28 points in his debut 51-48 win against Marlow, he seemed shocked.
Demons lose on road to Tigers
Duncan boys basketball made a strong impression in its opener despite not getting the victory.
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