BOYS' BASKETBALL PROGRAM
Duncan High School - Duncan, Oklahoma
Class 5A Basketball
STATE CHAMPIONS: 1913
STATE RUNNER-UP: 1963
STATE SEMI-FINALS: 1957, 1958, 1967, 1984
STATE QUARTER-FINALS: 2004, 2011
ACADEMIC STATE CHAMPIONS: 2008, 2009, 2011, 2015, 2016
5 wins, 18 losses (Eliminated in Regionals)
Third Place – Chickasha Tournament
Grant Braught - Duncan Holiday Tournament All-Tournament Team; Duncan Banner All-Area Second Team
Jordan Santos – Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association Academic All-State Honorable Mention
Kevin Wilson – Southern Oklahoma Invitational All-Tournament Team; Daily Oklahoman All-State Honorable Mention; Duncan Banner All-Area First Team; Duncan Banner Newcomer of the Year
Rick Braught (Volunteer) – Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association Friend of Basketball Award
7 wins, 16 losses (Eliminated in Regionals)
Class 5A Academic State Champions
Grant Braught - Duncan Banner All-Area Honorable Mention
Nathan Clark - Southwestern Oklahoma Senior Classic All-Star; Duncan Banner All-Area Second Team; Duncan Banner Defensive Player of the Year
Caleb Cronk - Duncan Banner All-Area Honorable Mention
Aaron Haley - HEFCU Holiday Tournament All-Tournament Team; Duncan Banner All-Area Honorable Mention
Blake Conway - Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Assocation Academic All-State Team
Collin Klingensmith - Southwestern Oklahoma Senior Classic All-Star; Oklahoma Coaches’ Association Class 5A West Basketball All-Star; Duncan Banner All-Area First Team
Justin Morris - Southwestern Oklahoma Senior Classic All-Star; Oklahoma Coaches Association Class 5A West Basketball All-Star; Duncan Banner All-Area; Honorable Mention; Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association Academic All-State Honorable Mention
Jimmy Griffin (8th Grade Coach) – Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association Junior High Coach of the Year
Delyn Cronk (Volunteer) – Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association Friend of Basketball Award
11 wins, 12 losses (Eliminated in Regionals)
Class 5A Academic State Champions
Chickasha Tournament - Consolation Champions
Little Axe Tournament - 3rd Place
Dalton Dismuke - Little Axe All-Tournament Team; Duncan Banner All-Area First Team; Southwestern Oklahoma Senior Classic All-Star
Collin Klingensmith - Duncan Banner All-Area Second Team
Nathan Clark - Duncan Banner All-Area Honorable Mention
Justin Morris - Duncan Banner All-Area Honorable Mention
BOYS' BASKETBALL COACHING STAFF
K. David McGuire - Head Coach
Jamar Lockhart - Varsity Asistant Coach/Freshmen Coach
Ron Booth – Varsity Assistant Coach
Keedric Emerson - Varsity Assistant Coach/JV Head Coach
Dalton Dismuke - Head 8th Grade Coach/Head 7th Grade Coach
Chuck Wagner – Assistant 7th Grade Coach/Assistant 8th Grade Coach
(Left to Right, 2016-2017 High School Coaching Staff) Top Row: 7th Grade Coach Ron Booth, High School Assistant Coach Jamar Lockhart, Head Coach David McGuire; Bottom Row: High School Assistant Coach Trent Parrish, 8th Grade Coach Dalton Disumuke
K. DAVID MCGUIRE
K. David McGuire is the head boys’ basketball coach for the Duncan High School boys' basketball program. With eighteen years of coaching experience, he has worked in the Wilson (Oklahoma), Putnam City (Oklahoma) and Kenston (Ohio) school districts.
Coach McGuire is in his fourth season (2017-2018) at the helm of the basketball program. He previously served as head boys’ basketball coach at Wilson High School (2008-2014), where he left as the winningest basketball coach in the school’s history. Before the 2014-2015 season, the Duncan High School boys’ basketball team had only won 8 games in the previous two seasons combined. Playing an extremely tough schedule with only 1 senior on the roster, the Demon endured some hardships in 2016-2017. Forty-four total game were lost to player injuries, forcing the Demons to continuously juggle the line-ups and rotations. In 2017-2018, the Demons will return all 5 starters and the top 9 players in the rotation. The future looks bright.
A former All-State/Oil Bowl football player and graduate of Waurika High School, Coach McGuire follows legendary coaching footsteps. His great-grandfather, T.A. “Tom” Copas was Athletic Director at Phillips University in Enid, where he started one of the first high school basketball tournaments. Coach McGuire’s grandfather, Jack Davison, was one of the most respected high school coaches in Oklahoma and was elected to the Oklahoma Coaches Hall of Fame in 1982. His dad, Mikel Davison, has 465 victories in 32 seasons as a head coach (four of those seasons at Duncan) and recently retired from coaching (2016) after serving two seasons as Coach McGuire’s assistant coach.
In addition to a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Central Oklahoma, Coach McGuire has a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from East Central University. He was chosen as an Oklahoma Indian All-State coach in 2010, Teacher of the Year at Wilson Public Schools in 2014 and Teacher of the Month at Duncan High School in 2016.
Coach McGuire has one son – Grayson Asher Mikel McGuire.
CAREER RECORD AS A HEAD COACH
118 wins, 105 losses
2016-2017 Duncan High School – 5 wins, 18 losses
2015-2016 Duncan High School – 7 wins, 16 losses
2014-2015 Duncan High School – 11 wins, 12 losses
2013-2014 Wilson High School – 18 wins, 9 losses
2012-2013 Wilson High School – 22 wins, 4 losses
2011-2012 Wilson High School – 18 wins, 10 losses
2010-2011 Wilson High School – 19 wins, 7 losses
2009-2010 Wilson High School – 16 wins, 9 losses
2008-2009 Wilson High School - 2 wins, 20 losses
Jamar Lockhart begins his third season in the Duncan High School boys’ basketball program, serving as an assistant to the varsity as well as coaching freshmen basketball. Coach Lockhart is the first African-American ever hired to the basketball staff in the history of the Demon basketball program. His basketball duties also include overseeing the strength and conditioning program for the high school and freshmen boys’ teams. Coach Lockhart’s basketball knowledge, enthusiasm for coaching and passion for youth make him a great addition to Coach McGuire’s staff.
Coach Lockhart is well-known in the athletic community for his long time involvement in coaching at the elementary and middle school levels. In 2014, he founded Southwest Impact Basketball, a travel basketball program that competed in several divisions including: high school, 15U, 14U, and 13U. The team finished the 2015 summer season with six championship titles and a record of 28-8.
A product of Lawton MacArthur High School who played in two state basketball tournaments, Coach Lockhart played wide receiver for Langston University, where he was a five-time Coca-Cola NAIA Academic All-American and a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Finance in 2001.
Coach Lockhart is married to Sharicka (Brackens), a former All-State basketball player (1997) at DHS. They have two children - Kevin and Joslin.
Ron Booth begins his third season on the Duncan Demons boys’ basketball staff, moving up to the varsity staff after serving the previous two seasons as the head 7th grade coach and head 6th grade coach, respectively. A well-respected multi-sport coach, Coach Booth believes fundamentals are the key to building a strong foundation for an athletic program. This philosophy makes him a perfect fit on Coach McGuire’s staff.
A former newspaper sports editor (that included a stint at The Duncan Banner); Coach Booth won multiple journalism awards. Since entering the educational arena, Coach Booth has been recognized for his hard work both in the classroom and on the field/court. In 2011, he was named the Assistant Coach of the Year by the Oklahoma Baseball Coaches’ Association. In 2015, he was honored as the Teacher of the Year for Geronimo Public Schools.
An alumnus of Empire High School, Coach Booth graduated from Cameron University with a Bachelor’s Degree in English/Journalism. Additionally, he received a Master’s Degree from Cameron in Educational Leadership. At Duncan High School, he is a special education teacher. In addition to coaching middle school basketball, Coach Booth also coaches middle school softball and baseball.
A distant relative of John Wilkes Booth, Coach Booth is married to Kaycee. They have three children – Tully, Darby, and Atticus.
Keedric Emerson begins his first season on the Duncan Demon Boys' Basketball coaching staff. Working as an assistant on the varsity staff, Coach Emerson will also serve as the Junior Varsity head coach. An alumnus of Wilson High School, Coach Emerson played for Coach McGuire from 7th grade until graduation, providing him with great insight into Coach McGuire’s mindset as a player and as a coach.
As a player, Coach Emerson finished his career as the winningest basketball player in Wilson High School history, winning three District team titles and advancing to the Area tournament twice. During his senior season, he was named the Daily Ardmoreite Offensive Player of the Year and a finalist for the Wendy’s High School Heisman award. Additionally, he was named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association Class 2A All-Star team, Daily Ardmoreite All-Area team, OBCA Honorable Mention Academic All-State team, Oilfield All-Conference team, and the Black and Gold Classic All-Tournament team.
In addition to being on the Duncan Demon basketball staff, Coach Emerson is enrolled at Cameron University (majoring in secondary education).
Dalton Disumuke begins his third season on the Duncan Demon Boys' Basketball coaching staff, serving as both the head 8th grade coach and the head 7th grade coach at Duncan Middle School. Returning to his alma mater after graduating in 2015, Coach Dismike played for Coach McGuire and former DHS Coach Mikel Davison during his four-year career at Duncan, so he has a unique understanding of the expectations of players and the system in which they play.
As a player, Coach Dismuke finished his career on a high note, leading the Demons to a top 20 ranking while also being named to the Little Axe All-Tournament team, the Duncan Banner All-Area first team, and the Southwestern Oklahoma Senior Classic team. Additionally, Coach Dismuke was a Class 5A All-District football lineman. Turning down offers to play football collegiately, Coach Dismuke decided to continue his education at Cameron University (majoring in secondary education) and joined the Duncan Demon basketball staff.
In addition to coaching middle school basketball, Coach Dismuke is a middle school assistant volleyball and track coach.
Chuck Wagner begins his first season on Coach McGuire’s staff, assisting Coach Dismuke in the middle school basketball program.
2016-2017 BASKETBALL SCHEDULES
CONTACT/SOCIAL MEDIA INFORMATION
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" RESERVED FOOTBALL TICKET HOLDERS"
Reserved Football Season Tickets are ready to be purchased! We will be limiting one parking pass per family and then if we have any left after the first home game, which is August 25, you may purchase more.
Reserved Tickets may be purchased at the gate for $ 8.00.
Duncan Athletics will start selling a family pass to all Duncan School
Families. The passes will be $200 and will be good for guardians and their children. The pass will be good for all DMS and DHS home games (playoffs not included). For more information, please call 580-255-4366.