Girls State Championship roundup: Lee, Scarberry hold leads

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Class 5A

MUSKOGEE — Collinsville’s Nina Lee came up just short of winning last year’s Class 5A state golf tournament. This year, she’s in the driver’s seat after the first round.

The Collinsville senior, who finished second to Bishop Kelley’s Mika Ramos in 2017, was the lone golfer to shoot under par in the first round Wednesday, carding a 1-under 70. Three strokes behind her is teammate Madison O’Dell, who finished third at last year’s state tournament.

Duncan’s Brooklyn Bostick (74) is in third place, as only nine golfers finished in the 70s.

Duncan, looking for its second consecutive team championship, finished with a 314 and owns a 26-stroke lead over Collinsville (340) heading into the final round on Thursday.

Class 5A championship

At Muskogee Country Club

Par 72

Teams

1. Duncan 314

2. Collinsville 340

3. Carl Albert 344

4. Durant 346

5. OKC Bishop McGuinness 361

6. Coweta 367

7. Noble 382

8. Bishop Kelley 387

9. Guthrie 395

10. El Reno 400

11. Altus 417

12. Guymon 420

Top Individuals

1. Nina Lee, Collinsville 70

2. Madison O’Dell, Collinsville 73

3. Brookyln Bostick, Duncan 74

4t. Jaelynn Unger, Noble 76

4t. Gentry Cox, Duncan 76

6. Olivia Schmidt, Bishop McGuinness 77

7. Blayne Barker, Durant 78

8t. Kirstin Westlake, Carl Albert 79

8t. Emma Hughes, Bishop McGuinness 79

10. Sarah Rhinehart, Guthrie 80

Other scores

Altus: Alysa Guerra, 96; Elia Bonlez 100; Amanda Coffman 109; Kadee Witter 112; Kylee James, 123

Bishop Kelley: Mika Ramos 84; Anne Marie Flusche 97; Avery Allen 99; Katie Huber, 107; Lauren Martin 113

Plainview leads in Class 4A

OKLAHOMA CITY — Texas A&M signee Katie Finley, a senior at Plainview, shot an opening-round 72 for a one-shot lead over Hilldale’s Jordan Clayborn on Wednesday in the Class 4A state golf championship at Lake Hefner Golf Course.

Finley won last year’s 4A tournament by five strokes on the same course.

Plainview also leads the team race after a 305 on the first day. Hilldale is second at 316, and Grove, led by Keirsten Riggs’ 75, is third at 337.

Class 4A championship

at Lake Hefner South Golf Course

Par 72

Teams

1. Plainview 305

2. Hilldale 316

3. Grove 337

4. Pauls Valley 356

5. Ardmore 371

6. Newcastle 372

7. Clinton 376

8. Elk City 378

9. Muldrow 384

10. Wagoner 391

11. Fort Gibson 400

12. Cushing 405

Top Individuals

1. Katie Finley, Plainview 72

2. Jordan Clayborn, Hilldale 73

3t. Reagan Chaney, Plainview 75

3t. Keirsten Riggs, Grove 75

5. Chloe Black, Newcastle 76

6. Kenzie Kirkhart, Hilldale 77

7t. Adeline Norton, Plainview 79

7t. Hallie Schulz, Plainview 79

9t. Keirsten Bass, Grove 80

9t. Adrianna Glance, Clinton 80

9t. Jade Kuykendall, Hilldale 80

Other scorers

Ada: Hannah Price, 84; Lauren John, 94.

Ardmore: Katie Long, 87; Kaly Benson, 91; Kalie Davis, 94; Malie Glaser, 99; Eryn Guinn, 117.

Blanchard: Carl Craig, 100.

Broken Bow: Kinley Sanders, 107

Scarberry leads teammate McCurdy by one at Westwood

NORMAN — Purcell ceded last year’s Class 3A state golf championship to Marlow in a playoff, but this year Purcell (322) bolted to an 11-stroke lead over Lone Grove (333) on Wednesday heading into the final round at Westwood Park Golf Course.

Purcell’s ShaeBug Scarberry, last year’s second-place finisher at the state tournament, leads with a first-round 70. Purcell’s Jade McCurdy (71) is in second place.

Rejoice Christian’s Taylor Towers — last year’s state champion — is in a three-way tie for third with a 72.

Class 3A championship

At Westwood Park Golf Course

Par 71

Teams

1. Purcell 322

2. Lone Grove 333

3. Marlow 345

4. Dickson 366

5. Verdigris 368

6. Eufaula 378

7. Kingfisher 393

Mount St. Mary 393

9. Keys (Park Hill) 394

10. Comanche 398

Perkins-Tryon 398

12. Bridge Creek 401

13. Rejoice Chr. 413

Top individuals

1. ShaeBug Scarberry, Purcell 70

2. Jade McCurdy, Purcell 71

3t. Josie Patterson, Chandler 72

3t. Mikaela Rindermann, Mount St. Mary 72

3t. Taylor Towers, Rejoice Christian 72

6t. Maddi Kamas, Kingfisher 76

6t. Izzy Lette, Lone Grove 76

8. Emi O’Steen, Kingston 81

9t. Mia Meshell, Marlow 82

9t. Maisie Liddell, Dickson 82

9t. Logan Allen, Perkins-Tryon 82

Others

Purcell: Lexi Longley 88, Alicia Baker 93, Anoli Billy 96

Lone Grove: Madison Anderson 84, Destine Coffman 86, Megan Biber 87, Shelby Delano 92

Marlow: LeeAnne Riddle 86, Alexis Hack 88, Alli Riddle 89, Blair Brantley 95

Dickson: Parker Garrett 88, Brylie Dewitt 96, Baylie Hughes 100

Verdigris: Libby Christian 87, Abby Beller 88, Meagan Miller 96, Abby Caterino 97, Grace Rodery 101

Tishomingo leads in Class 2A

GUTHRIE — Tishomingo, last year’s state runner-up at the Class 2A state golf championships, finished with an opening-round 362 Wednesday at Cimarron National Golf Club at Aqua Canyon to lead Pawnee (373) by 11 shots.

Henryetta is within striking distance at 380.

Cashion’s Sydney Manning leads all individuals with an 80. Henryetta’s Abbi Green is four strokes back at 84.

Class 2A championship

At Aqua Canyon Golf Course, Guthrie; Par 72

Teams

1. Tishomingo 362

2. Pawnee 373

3. Washington 379

4. Henryetta 380

5. Olive 396

6. Frederick 399

7. Mooreland 408

8. Turner 410

9. Oklahoma Chr. 414

10t. Cordell 427

10t. Silo 427

12. Laverne 448

Top individuals

1. Sydney Manning, Cashion 80

2t. Morgan Landes, Dale 81

2t. Sara Armstrong, Crossings Christian 81

4t. Bailee Brown, Tishomingo 82

4t. Megan Borwn, Cordell 82

6. Abbi Green, Henryetta 83

7. Sarah Sherrad, Christian Heritage 84

8t. Delana Holden, Fletcher 85

8t. Nikki Thompson, Pawnee 85

10t. Kristen Prett, Washington 87

10t. Sarah Harrison, Oklahoma Christian 87

Other scores

Coalgate: Mallorie Humphries, 103

Community Christian: Emmerson Moore, 101

Cordell: Macy Martin, 113; Rylie Martin, 130;

Crescent: Harley Stevens, 100

Burns Flat-Dill City: Alexa Benedict, 92

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