Duncan wrestlers find success at Marlow Tournament

Johnathan McRae, Reporter/Photographer

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Johnathan McRae competes in one of his matches Saturday in Marlow.

The Duncan Demon Wrestling Team went to the Marlow Junior High Tournament and took first place collectively.

The Marlow Outlaws took second and got beat by 100 points. Other area teams competed in the tournament, too.

Duncan Middle School placers included:

Johnathan Mcrae, 1st,  113 pounds

JP Martinez, 1st, 132 pounds

Anthony Smiddy, 1st, 200 pounds

Ayden Thompson, 3rd, 98 pounds

Jacob Billingsley, 89 pounds

Duncan High School placers included:

Caden Montgomery, 1st, 140 pounds

Nathan Hudson, 1st,  120 pounds

 

Connor Riddles, 1st126 pounds

 

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  1. random on February 6th, 2018 1:33 pm

    johnathan mcrae is a stud

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