High school roundup: Edmond North, Owasso battling as expected

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Photo: Edmond North’s Jordan Wilson.

BROKEN ARROW — The first day of the 6A boys state golf championship at Forest Ridge Golf Club was played in maybe the fairest conditions of the season.

Wind was minimal on all but the most open fairways. Tee boxes were moved up, and pins were placed in the most extreme locations, leading players to take an aggressive approach on the first 36 holes.

Edmond North led by seven shots after one round, and Owasso sliced that lead by one stroke over the next 18 holes.

“It was just relieving,” Broken Arrow’s Gape Replogle said. “There was no wind. I’m tired of playing in wind.”

Replogle shot a 2-under 70 to lead everyone through 18 holes, but the lead at the end of the day belonged to Edmond North’s Jordan Wilson, who shot 72 and 70 for a one-stroke lead over Owasso’s Austin Enzbrenner (73-70—143).

Class 6A Championship

At Forest Ridge Golf Club

Par 72

Teams

1. Edmond North 292-295—587

2. Owasso 298-295—593

3. Norman North 300-311—611

4. Edmond Memorial 309-303—612

5. Stillwater 312-301—613

6. Union 314-308—622

7. Bixby 320-312—632

8. Edmond Santa Fe 318-327—645

9. Broken Arrow 315-332—647

10. Jenks 332-326—658

11. Norman 339-329—668

12. Enid 369-382—751

Top 10 individuals

1. Jordan Wilson, Edmond North 72-70—142

2. Austin Enzbrenner, Owasso 73-70—143

3. Brock Polhill, Edmond North 71-73—144

4. Carlos Gomez, Union 72-73—145

5. Gabe Replogle, Broken Arrow 70-76—146

T6. Carter Crooks, Norman North 72-77—149

T6. Cooper Wilguess, Ed. Mem. 78-71—149

T6. Kyle Peterson, Bixby 76-73—149

T6. Carson Griggs, Sand Springs 78-71—149

10t. Matt Ritchie, Owasso 77-73—150

10t. Jared Strathe, Owasso 74-76—150

10t. Tyler Rhodes, Owasso 74-76—150

10t. Eric Sheussler, Stillwater 75-75—150

Other scores

Bixby: Kyle Peterson 76-73—149; Dylan Teeter 78-80—158; Nathan Baber 80-79—159; Michael Kemmerly 86-80—166; Chance Criss 94-86—180.

Broken Arrow: Gabe Replogle 70-76—146; Kaden Armstrong 76-79—155; Conner Herzberg 81-85—166; Max Gotcher 88-92—180; Hunter Stanley 89-92—181.

Edmond Memorial: Cooper Wilguess 78-71—149; Trent Lutze 74-78—152;Shayne Patel 78-76—154; Luke Eischeid 79-78—157; Zane Heusel 80-79—157.

Edmond North: Jordan Wilson 72-70—142; Brock Polhill 71-73—144; Blake Blaser 76-76—152; Walker Fuzzell 79-76—155; Garrett Starkey 73-87—160.

Edmond Santa Fe: Joey Nix 78-76—154; Blake Mittasch 76-82—158; Kyle Ward 80-82—162; Landon Leek 84-87—171; Sean Sweeney 91-87—178.

Enid: Riley Davis 82-86—168; Jack Fossett 89-94—183; Ethan Armstrong 91-102—193; Houston Kocher 111-100—212; Nate Tinius 107-112—219.

Jenks: Dudley McElhaney 74-80—154; Gavin Fox 85-77—162; Kyle McDoulett 84-86—170; Jamen Parsons 89-83—172; Tyler Cornwell 93-89—182

Norman: Ryan Bell 80-81—161; Payton Otto 83-79—162; Nick Chapman 88-87—175; Hudson Harris 88-87—175; Carson Little 85-82—177.

Norman North: Carter Crook 72-77—149; Mitchell Ross 77-76—153; Charlie Jackson 76-78—154; Grant Proctor 75-80—155; Greyson Williams 89-92—181.

Owasso: Austin Enzbrenner 73-70—143; Matt Ritchie 77-73—150; Jared Strathe 74-76—150; Tyler Rhodes 74-76—150; Brett Wilcoxen 78-79—157.

Stillwater: Jack Glenn 76-73—149; Eric Sheussler 75-75—150; Mitchell Bradshaw 79-75—154; Grayson Baker 82-79—161; Bennett Baldwin 84-78—162.

Union: Carlos Gomez 72-73—145; Tyler Cox 77-74—151; Jeremy Tandoy 81-81—162; Cole Dibler 84-80—164; Nick Erwin 95-102—197.

Guthrie leads in Class 5A

PERKINS — Bishop Kelley has some work to do if it is to repeat as Class 5A champion.

The Comets are currently sitting in third place at Cimarron Trails Golf Course with a 36-hole total of 646. Guthrie, last season’s third-place finisher, wrapped up the first day of the state tournament with a first-place total of 633. Bishop McGuinness is second at 637.

Guthrie’s Luke Morgan (141) is the only player under par through 36 holes at 141. He started the day with a 2-under 70, and finished with a 1-under 71.

Bishop Kelley’s Davis Woodliff held the lead after the first 18 holes with a 3-under 69, but he finished with a 3-over 75 for a total of 144.

Class 5A championship

At Cimarron Trails Golf Course, Perkins

Par 72

Teams

1. Guthrie 316-317—633

2. Bishop McGuinness 313-324—637

3. Bishop Kelley 318-328—646

4t. Coweta 329-326—655

4t. Tahlequah 331-324—655

6. Guymon 341-328—669

7. Piedmont 342-331—673

8. B.T. Washington 349-335—684

9. Pryor 341-353—694

10. Lawton Ike 359-369—728

11. El Reno 403-405—808

Top individuals

1. Luke Morgan, Guthrie 70-71 — 141

2. Davis Woodliff, Bishop Kelley 69-75 — 144

3. Grayson Wallace, Guymon 73-72 — 145

4t. Jax Johnson, Tahlequah 73-78 — 151

4t. Isaac White, Duncan 75-76 — 151

6. Kevin Farmer, Lawton Ike 77-76 — 153

7. Nick O’Donell, McGuinnes 76-76 — 154

8. Logan Meehan, Coweta 78-78 — 156

9t. Jackson Hibbard, McGuinness 77-81 — 158

9t. Charlie Reynods, McGuinness 77-81 — 158

Other scores

Bishop Kelley: Andrew Hennessee, 77-83—160; Matt Barlow, 90-83—173; Jack Suess, 88-87—175; Jaxson King, 84-94—178.

Bishop McGuinness: Brooks Coats, 81—87—168; Ethan Dawson, 85-86—171.

Booker T. Washington: Tim James, 84-81—165; Evan Johnson, 84-84—168; Michael Black, 86-82—168; Olin Ferguson, 101-88—189; Duncan Hughes, 95-98—193.

Heritage Hall cruising in Class 4A

CUSHING — Cascia Hall’s Matt Braley (140, 71-69) and Poteau’s Ryan Ward (140, 73-67) are three strokes off the lead, owned by Heritage Hall’s William McDonald (137, 65-72) after the first 36 holes of the Class 4A state tournament at Buffalo Rock Golf Club on Monday.

McDonald bested Braley by a shot at last year’s 4A state tournament at Lake Hefner North.

Heritage Hall, last year’s team champion, owns a sizable lead over Poteau heading into the final 18 holes on Tuesday. The Chargers are at 575 (281-294) while Poteau sits at 602 (313-289).

Class 4A championship

At Buffalo Rock, Cushing

Par 70

Team

1. Heritage Hall 281-294 — 575

2. Poteau 313-289 — 602

3. Plainview 309-305 — 614

4. Elk City 311-306 — 617

5. Cascia Hall 310-313 — 623

6. Tuttle 306-318 — 624

7. Ada 310-317 — 627

8. Hilldale 325-332 — 657

9. Cleveland 347-330 — 677

9. Sallisaw 337-340 — 677

11. Bethany 345-342 — 687

12. Cache 351-339 — 690

Top individuals

1. William McDonald, Heritage Hall 65-72—137

2t. Matt Braley, Cascia Hall 71-69—140

2t. Ryan Ward, Poteau 73-67—140

4. Hardy Bowers, Heritage Hall 71-72—143

5. Kaden Upton, Blanchard 70-74—144

6t. Alex Dominic, Sallisaw 73-72—145

6t. Max Roberts, Ada 70-75—145

8t. Colby Cox, Hilldale 71-75—146

8t. Saxon Ross, Plainview 72-74—146

8t. Jerald Walker, Anadarko 73-73—146

Other scores

Ada:Matthew Brown, 78-81—159; Mack Weems, 84-78—162; Aiden Plumlee, 79-84—163; Ryan Hagar, 83-83—166

Bethany: Brady Claborn, 77-74—151; Mason Hadley, 81-79—160; Gibson Flemmons, 91-95—186; Brayden Judkins, 98-94—192; Josh Jennings, 96-100—196

Bristow: Grant Maheny, 74-78—152

Broken Bow: Tadano Matsudaira, 85-86—171

Cache: Brandon Pohawpatchoko, 79-80—159; Jake Schantz, 87-82—169; Blake Ramirez, 89-87—176; Brady Wise, 96-90—186; Bryce Cotour, 112-92—204

Dowell blisters Class 3A field at Trosper Park

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma commit Jaxon Dowell made Trosper Golf Course look easy on Monday. The Oklahoma Christian School sophomore finished the first 36 holes of the Class 3A state tournament at 11 under par with a 129.

Dowell capped his first 18 with a 4-under 66, and he got better as the day went on with a 7-under 63 to own a four-stroke lead over Christian Heritage’s Drew Goodman (133, 69-64) heading into the final 18 holes on Tuesday.

OCS holds the team lead with a 553, 10 strokes better than Christian Heritage. Holland Hall is third at 596.

Class 3A Championship

At Trosper Golf Course, Oklahoma City

Par 70

Teams

1. Oklahoma Christian 276-277—553

2. Christian Heritage 285-278—563

3. Holland Hall 299-297—596

4. Kingston 308-297—605

5. Kingfisher 317-307—624

6. Sulphur 335-321—656

7. Mount St Mary 337-321—658

8. Beggs 337-330—667

9. Keys (Park Hill) 330-338—668

10. Idabel 335-341—676

11. Claremore Sequoyah 341-342—683

12. Dickson 341-344—685

Top Individuals

1. Jaxon Dowell, OCS 66-63—129

2. Drew Goodman, Chr. Heritage 69-64—133

3. Logan McAllister, Chr. Heritage 69-66—135

4. Parker Rose, Stigler 70-69—139

4. Wesley Sachs, OCS 67-72—139

6. Logan Brooks, Berryhill 69-71—140

7. Matthew Osteen, Kingston 71-71—142

8t. Carson Tewell, OCS 74-69—143

8t. Said Powers, OCS 69-74—143

10t. Peyton Burns, Kingfisher 72-73—145

10t. Colin Broermann, Holland Hall 70-75—145

Other Scores

Beggs: Logan Benton, 79-76—155; Bryce Couch, 79-79—158; Will Wise, 85-79—164; Grant Wise, 94-96—190; Jared Wise, 99-100—199

Byng: Logan Matthews, 69-71—140

Chisholm: Lane Smith, 98-86—184

Christian Heritage: Nic Rankin, 74-72—146; Brett Watson, 74-76—150; Christopher Johnson, 73-80—153

OKLAHOMA CITY — Regent Prep is 18 holes away from its first-ever boys championship — in any sport.

The Rams were the only team in the Class 2A state tournament field to shoot a round under 300 on Monday with a 299 in their first 18 holes at Lake Hefner North Golf Course. The Rams capped the day with a 305 and own a 604 total before Tuesday’s final 18 holes.

“They played tough,” Regent Prep coach Maggie Roller said. “It was windy, but this team really plays for each other.”

 Lincoln Christian (627, 321-306) is chasing Regent Prep in second place.

Big Pasture’s Kolton Baber (134, 69-65) sits atop the individual leaderboard heading into the final round. Regent Prep’s James Roller (135, 65-70) is a shot off the lead.

Class 2A championship

At Lake Hefner Golf Club

Par 72

Teams

1. Regent Prep 299-305—604

2. Lincoln Christian 321-306—627

3. Crossings Christian 315-318—633

4. Turner 319-325—644

5. Big Pasture 320-327—647

6. Tishomingo 345-325—670

7. Wewoka 342-336—678

8. Crescent 350-331—681

9. Cashion 352-345—697

10. Washington 347-356—703

11. Victory Christian 351-356—707

12. Medford 365-355—720

Top Individuals

1. Kolton Baber, Big Pasture 69-65—134

2. JP Roller, Regent Prep 65-70—135

3. Justice Hartman, Turner 70-72—142

4. Connor Boydston, Big Pasture 71-73—144

5. Jackson White, Regent Prep 71-74—145

6t. Dominic Stevens, Crescent 75-72—146

6t. Reagan Streck, Lincoln Christian 75-71—146

8. Seth Brown, Cashion 76-72—148

9. Craig Sanders, Crossings Chr. 78-72—150

10. Luke O’Dell, Turner 77-78—155

Other scores

Big Pasture: Colton Thompson, 87-88—175; Connor Powell, 93-101—194; Caleb Thompson, 94-102—196

Cashion: Hayden Aaron, 83-89—172; Brexten Green, 92-94—186; T.J. Roberts, 101-90—191; Jake Wilkerson, 113-110—223

Cherokee: Payton Ream, 85-86—170

Crescent: Tate Lacy, 78-77—155; Tanner Johnson, 92-89—181; Carson Heskett 106-93—199; Jackson Watkins, 118-108—225

Crossings Christian: Boone Howeth, 80-79—159; Derek Meklenburg, 79-82-161; Boston Harris, 78-85-13; Noah McSpadden 90-92—182


 

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