Jim Hancock of Nocona won the singles competition during the 2014 Jim Bowie Days horseshoe pitching event.
The double-elimination tournament took place on Saturday at Pelham Park.
Mitch Atteberry was second in singles play.
Hancock also teamed with Shane Atteberry of Nocona for top honors in a doubles draw.
The Nocona team of Nathan Jeffers and Mathew Jeffers were second in the doubles draw, and Mitch Atteberry and Kevin Mitchell were third.
Horseshoe pitchers played games to 21 points with a ringer scoring five points, a leaner three points and closest to the pin one point.
Money won was generously donated back to local charities such as the Kyle Adam Childers Scholarship Foundation.
The tournament is an annual fixture at Jim Bowie Days.
Jim Hancock of Nocona looks on as Dustin Sutton of Bowie pitches at the horseshoe pitching tournament in Pelham Park on Saturday. Hancock won the singles competition later during the event. (News photo by Eric Viccaro)