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Youth Engineering Contest winners announced

Winners Piper Cook from Duncan, left, and Bailey Dyer from Central High, right. (Source Duncan Area Economic Development Foundation) Winners Piper Cook from Duncan, left, and Bailey Dyer from Central High, right. (Source Duncan Area Economic Development Foundation)

DUNCAN, OK (KSWO) –The Duncan Area Economic Development Foundation has announced the winners of its annual Youth Engineering Contest.

Central High School student Bailey Dyer took home first place in People's Choice and Engineering.

Duncan High School student Piper Cook won first place in the CO2 race and overall. The competition was open to all high schoolers in the Red River Technology School District.

In all, students took home nearly $2,000 in prize money and scholarships.

Middle school students will hold their own competition in May.

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