In what was supposed to be two tough tournaments this week for the boys and girls turned out to be one tournament for the boys and the Demons tennis team finished fifth Friday in Ada.

Lady Demons were supposed to play Saturday, but the rain cancelled any chances of them getting to play and the Duncan boys had one runner up finish and a couple top 10 finishes.

Carson Villian finished fifth in the one singles winning his first round match to Byng 6-1, 6-2 before dropping to Tulsa Union and then beating Broken Arrow 6-3,6-4 and winning against Deer Creek 6-4, 6-2.

Jacob Kuehn took home eighth place honors winning against Shawnee 6-3, 6-4 before dropping his last three matches against Broken Arrow, Byng and McAlester.

Duncan had one JV player, Gavin Curry, who played in the two singles JV tournament and his win was against Ardmore winning 6-0 dropping the second set 6-4 and then winning the third set 7-6.

The best finish for the Demons was the one doubles tournament with the team of Braden Lewis & Taylor Rains coming in second with two decent wins according to Coach Phil Barnes.

In the first match they beat Shawnee 6-0, 6-1 and then got a great win against Edmond Memorial 7-5, 6-1 and after faced Edmond North in the semi-finals.

Winning the first set 6-2, the duo of Lewis & Rains had to battle for the second set victory and they got the 7-5 win to face host Ada in the championship match.

Despite losing both sets, the Demons duo kept it close losing 6-4 and 6-3 to take home the second place title in the tournament.

Lincoln Fitts and Bren Davis placed seventh in the tournament by beating Shawnee 6-2, 7-5 then loosing to Carl Albert and Edmond Memorial and then in the seventh place match faced Deer Creek.

The duo of Fitts and Davis won against Deer Creek 6-3, 6-2 to take home seventh place honors and wrap up the latest tournament for Duncan.

Duncan as a team had 42 points. Edmond North won the team title with 56 points and Ada finished second with a total of 54 points.

Both the girls and boys tennis teams will play together for their next tournament traveling to the East/West shootout starting Thursday.

Duncan will then come home for the next tournament and the girls play Friday at the Duncan High School Tennis Courts and the boys will play host Saturday hosting the 5A Public Schools Championship.