Demons lose on road to Tigers
Duncan boys basketball made a strong impression in its opener despite not getting the victory.
Tiebreaker decides Comanche dual
It’s not often you see a tie score in a wrestling dual.
That’s what happened when the Comanche wrestling team hosted Elgin Tuesdsay.
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Accompanied by all of the fanfare of a season opener, Marlow and Comanche basketball will renew their rivalry up north Tuesday night.
The rivalry has been a friendly but intense one, with some of the more recent games being decided by the slimmest of margins. Comanche coach Nick Price said that having two games go to double-overtime the past two years has fueled the passion to win.
Swimmers set to host Mustang
It’s been tough for the Duncan swimmers, having just one meet so far this season.
But Demon swim coach Andrew Bowers said that the swimmers are keeping positive attitudes about the situation.
Season opener for Bray-Doyle
After two postponed season openers, Bray-Doyle will get its first basketball game underway when it hosts Lawton Christian on Tuesday.
The girls team is focused on starting off 2013 strong, but it will be facing a Lawton Christian team that has already played seven games. Girls coach Frank Moser thinks this will add some difficulty and hopes his team can blend together well early on.
Comanche wrestling starts off against Elgin
Comanche wrestling will open its season at home against Elgin on Tuesday.
Coach Jason Miller is hoping for a win, but understands some of his wrestlers aren’t yet at the weight they will be midseason. While this is something that a lot of teams deal with, he thinks it might be a problem Tuesday night.
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Demons open at Ardmore
Duncan expected to open its basketball season at home. Instead, its opener will be on the road.
The Demon basketball teams will head to Ardmore Tuesday for their first game of the season. Duncan was originally scheduled to host Lawton MacArthur Nov. 26 to open the season, but the games were postponed because MacArthur’s football team had a playoff game Friday.
Bulldogs, Bronchos meet in early area game
Fresh off a monumental 63-46 win at Sterling, Bronchos boys basketball turns its attention to the Empire Bulldogs, who are led by first-year coach Stefan Hunt.
Central High coach John Nease was thrilled with the season-opening road win against a Sterling program that went 27-3 last year. Still, he knows that Empire will play inspired basketball like it did in a 40-25 loss at home against Waurika.
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