A Pancake and Sausage Supper, sponsored by the American Legion Post 190 and Covington Lions Club, will be held Feb. 1, prior to the Covington-Douglas vs. Garber High School basketball games. The meal is from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Cost is by donation. At halftime of one of the games, a presentation will be made to Emily Franke for donating her FFA show pig for the supper.
The Covington Historical Society met Jan. 15, at the Tri County Senior Center. Keith Bolz will hold the meeting in March, talking about and showing indian artifacts, as well as discussing coins and tokens. More details to be announced. All are welcome to attend. Those attending the Jan. meeting included Loretta Bell, Zoe Bolz, Dorothy Murphy, Linda Postier, Christina Rink, Arba Pope, Susan Grantz, Melvin Carter and Leroy Bowling.
Basketball homecoming was held Jan. 19 at Covington-Douglas. Homecoming queen Bailey Kaiser was crowned by homecoming king Cole Smith prior to the Covington-Douglas vs. Deer Creek-Lamont games. A homecoming dance followed the games.
Kelsey Kramer, Parker Smith, Courtney McDonald, Remington Kaiser, Trinitie Fleeson and Lane Williams won at the local Covington-Douglas Free Throw Contest. They advanced to the Enid Elks Hoop Shoot Contest, held Jan. 12.
Winners at Enid were Parker Smith, second place, and Courtney McDonald and Trinitie Fleeson, tied for first. They advanced on to District at Kingfisher on Jan. 19. Courtney McDonald placed fourth, and Trinitie Fleeson placed third.
Seventh- and eighth-grade basketball teams will participate in the Skeltur Tournament Monday through Saturday.
On Tuesday, the Covington-Douglas Wildcats will travel to Drummond, with games starting at 6:30 p.m.
On Thursday, junior high and high school powerlifting teams will participate in a meet at Chisholm. In addition, the fifth- through eighth-grade academic teams will participate in a meet at Pioneer-Pleasant Vale.
On Friday, the Covington-Douglas Wildcats basketball teams will host the Garber Wolverines, with games starting at 6:30.
On Saturday, Covington-Douglas will host a Winter Ball for grades 9-12. In addition, the High School Academic State Tournament also takes place.
On Feb. 4, the fifth- through eighth-grade basketball teams will host Crescent, beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Feb 5 is Senior Night prior to the games; Covington-Douglas will host Ringwood at 6:30 p.m.
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