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Carrying On The Family Tradition
Published: 4/25/2017 12:01:36 PM

Declo's Keegan Duncan hopes to stamp his own name in the record books this spring as state track and field inches closer.

Photo credit: Kelly Magee
Keegan Duncan isn’t your average sophomore. With blistering times in the 100 (11.2), 200 (22.5), and 400 (50.9), the three-sport standout is looking to make some noise at the state meet here in just a few weeks. 

The Declo Hornet product has long lived in the shadow of his older brother, Jackson Duncan, who holds the school records in Declo for the 200 and 400, and was also a standout athlete in other sports as well. But even as a sophomore, Keegan is poised to take down those long-standing records.

In most cases, almost any other sophomore in the state would be satisfied with making an appearance at the state track meet, but that isn’t even close to enough for Keegan.

“I am focused and determined on winning state titles in my events,” Duncan said.

When asked about track and why it is something that he excels at, he speaks of the importance of keeping him in shape for other sports, like football in the fall and basketball in the winter, but one thing shined more important than the rest, and that was taking down his brother’s name off of the record board at Declo High School.

“My main goal is to break the school records in my events, and two of them are held by my brother. He is known in Declo for his speed, so I, as his little brother, would like to make some records of my own and have my name on the record board. I got to have the bragging rights over my older brother!” Duncan said.

Although Duncan has freakish athletic capability, no colleges have made contact with the sophomore, yet. 

But that’s just a matter of time before that happens, and in the meantime, Keegan isn’t too worried about college offers. In his free time, he enjoys snowmobiling, spending time with friends and family, and working out to better himself in his favorite sport, football. 

Keegan helped lead Declo all the way to the 2A State Championship Game this year, and also was named an All-State athlete on both sides of the ball, a rare feat for anyone regardless of age. 

And for all of the great things that Keegan Duncan does on the field, court and track, perhaps his greatest and most impressive feat is in the classroom. Keegan boasts a near perfect grade point average on top of that, defining the term student-athlete.

Duncan will head to the state meet in a few weeks, and while he hopes to bring home some hardware to his house, nothing would be sweeter for this sophomore than changing the first name from Jackson to Keegan on a couple of those records on the orange and black board at Declo.

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