2013-10-24 / Sports

Memorial Golf Tournament Benefits Teen Cancer Patient



Southern Fulton High School student/athlete and cancer patient Tristan Douglas, center, is the recipient of more than $3,300 in proceeds from the first-ever Don Duncan Memorial Golf Tournament held September 7 at Great Cove Golf Course. Organized by Ryan Earley, left, and Troy Buterbaugh, right, the tournament honors the late Don Duncan of McConnellsburg, who lost his life after he acted as a Good Samaritan and rescued an accident victim. Tristan has recently been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and is being treated at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. The memorial tournament is planned as an annual event. Southern Fulton High School student/athlete and cancer patient Tristan Douglas, center, is the recipient of more than $3,300 in proceeds from the first-ever Don Duncan Memorial Golf Tournament held September 7 at Great Cove Golf Course. Organized by Ryan Earley, left, and Troy Buterbaugh, right, the tournament honors the late Don Duncan of McConnellsburg, who lost his life after he acted as a Good Samaritan and rescued an accident victim. Tristan has recently been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and is being treated at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. The memorial tournament is planned as an annual event.

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