McDonald edges Dowell with late birdie run in OJGT’s Best of the West Classic

Photo: Left to right, Andrew Goodman, Christian McAllister, Jaxon Dowell and William McDonald

William McDonald of Oklahoma City birdied eight of the last 12 holes en route to a final round of 65 and a two-shot victory over Jaxon Dowell of Edmond in the Best of the West Classic on the Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour Sunday at Lincoln Park West.

McDonald, a senior at Heritage Hall who has committed to the University of Arkansas, shot rounds of 69-65 for a 134 total, just edging out Dowell, who attends Oklahoma Christian and has committed to the Oklahoma Sooners. Dowell shot 67-69. Andrew Goodman of Norman and Christian McAllister of Oklahoma City tied for third at 141.

Jake Hopper of Norman continued his dominance of the Boys 12-14 age group with rounds of 74-69 for a six-shot win over Kolby Matthews of Edmond. Bailey Dunstan of Little Rock, Ark., won a sudden death playoff in the girls division with Taylor Towers of Owasso. Dunstan closed with a 69 to catch Towers, who shot rounds of 74-72.

OJGT
Best of the West Classic
September 29-30, 2018
Lincoln Park Golf Club (West)
Final Results

15-18 Boys
William McDonald, Oklahoma City, OK – 69-65–134
Jaxon Dowell, Edmond, OK – 67-69–136
Andrew Goodman, Norman, OK – 73-68–141
Christian McAllister, Oklahoma City, OK – 73-68–141
William Sides, Tulsa, OK – 67-75–142
James Roller, Jenks, OK – 71-72–143
Zane Heusel, Edmond, OK – 71-73–144
Max Roberts, Fitzhugh, OK – 73-71–144
Jackson White, Bixby, OK – 73-71–144
Luke Morgan, Guthrie, OK – 70-75–145
Jordan Wilson, Edmond, OK – 73-72–145
Austin Dolan, Arcadia, OK – 77-69–146
Buddy Wehrli, Tulsa, OK – 75-71–146
Murphy Allard, Rogers, AR – 76-72–148
Craig Sanders, Edmond, OK – 75-73–148
Garrett Starkey, Edmond, OK – 74-74–148
Benjamin Stoller, Owasso, OK – 72-76–148
Shane Herlihy, Edmond, OK – 73-76–149
Charlie Jackson, Norman, OK – 73-76–149
Dudley McElhaney, Jenks, OK – 78-71–149
Parker Rose, Stigler, OK – 78-71–149
Evan Johnson, Tulsa, OK – 76-74–150
Blake Miller, Edmond, OK – 77-73–150
Caden Vanlandingham, Wichita, KS – 76-74–150
Josiah Crews, Ninnekah, OK – 77-74–151
Eric Schuessler, Stillwater, OK – 76-75–151
Michael Senn, Rogers, AR – 77-74–151
Bosten Benn, Edmond, OK – 76-76–152
Matthew Smith, Oklahoma City, OK – 78-74–152
Ryan Bell, Norman, OK – 78-75–153
Jacob Grellner, Cushing, OK – 73-80–153
Grant Proctor, Norman, OK – 74-79–153
Trey Dallas, Edmond, OK – 79-75–154
Phisher Phillips, Rogers, AR – 75-79–154
Wesley Sachs, Edmond, OK – 76-78–154
Chase Scott, Lawton, OK – 78-76–154
William Craig, Piedmont, OK – 76-79–155
Asher Clift, Edmond, OK – 80-76–156
Ethan Dawson, Edmond, OK – 82-74–156
Max Garza, Oklahoma City, OK – 79-77–156
Connor Herzberg, Broken Arrow, OK – 80-76–156
Cade Kennedy, Edmond, OK – 80-76–156
Gage Tennyson, Yukon, OK – 79-78–157
Ben Thionnet, Edmond, OK – 78-79–157
Kyle McDoulett, Broken Arrow, OK – 78-80–158
Brett Wilcoxen, Tulsa, OK – 79-79–158
Keegan Ellington, Wichita, KS – 78-81–159
Hudson Harris, Norman, OK – 82-78–160
Parker Hermanski, Edmond, OK – 78-82–160
Grant Murphey, Oklahoma City, OK – 79-81–160
Bennett Baldwin, Stillwater, OK – 78-83–161
Kolton Paul, Bella Vista, AR – 81-80–161
Bo Robbins, Guthrie, OK – 80-81–161
Logan Brooks, Tulsa, OK – 81-81–162
Caleb Smith, Yukon, OK – 84-79–163
Ross Taylor, Edmond, OK – 81-82–163
Stephen Radley, Wichita, KS – 80-85–165
Jaxson Northcutt, Oklahoma city, OK – 80-87–167
Trent Martindale, Edmond, OK – 81-87–168
Ty Tompkins, Edmond, OK – 83-85–168
Drake Sawyer, Wichita, KS – 89-81–170
Scott McPhail, Edmond, OK – 88-83–171
Tate Hutchins, Norman, OK – 96-79–175
Alexander Diaz, Edmond, OK – 89-92–181
George Kaufmann, Oklahoma City, OK – 81-WD–WD

Jack Hope, Kolby Matthews, and Jake Hopper.

12-14 Boys
Jake Hopper, Norman, OK – 74-69–143
Kolby Matthews, Edmond, OK – 74-75–149
Jack Hope, Edmond, OK – 79-71–150
Jace Black, Duncan, OK – 84-74–158
Kolby Legg, Bristow, OK – 80-80–160
Bryant Polhill, Edmond, OK – 81-80–161
Jaxon Kinzer, Edmond, OK – 81-81–162
Stu Jones, Wichita, KS – 95-88–183
Carter Lee Stewart, Muskogee, OK – 96-102–198

Emma Shelley, Taylor Towers and Bailey Dunstan.

Girls
Bailey Dunstan, Little Rock, AR – 77-69–146 (Won Playoff)
Taylor Towers, Owasso, OK – 74-72–146
Emma Shelley, Bartlesville, OK – 76-73–149
Sydney Hermann, Ponca City, OK – 75-76–151
Maddi Kamas, Kingfisher, OK – 77-77–154
Alyssa Wilson, Yukon, OK – 76-79–155
Brooklyn Benn, Edmond, OK – 79-79–158
Reagan Chaney, Ardmore, OK – 80-79–159
Hallie Schultz, Ardmore, OK – 87-72–159
Maisie Liddell, Ardmore, OK – 79-81–160
Blayne Barker, Durant, OK – 78-83–161
Emily Miller, Edmond, OK – 81-82–163
Grace Griggs, Edmond, OK – 83-83–166
Mimi Hoang, Oklahoma City, OK – 82-85–167
Hannah Torres, Oklahoma city, OK – 82-86–168
Campbell Payne, Broken Arrow, OK – 85-84–169
Lindyn Ross, Ardmore, OK – 88-85–173
Alli Riddle, Marlow, OK – 90-86–176
Kinslea Jones, Wichita, KS – 91-87–178
Meghan Charles, Sand Springs, OK – 90-89–179
Nyah Sanders, Muskogee, OK – 93-86–179
Carter Russell, Oklahoma City, OK – 94-88–182
Jenna Triplett, Edmond, OK – 99-90–189
Ramsey Gunter, Edmond, OK – 103-91–194
Rylei Gunter, Edmond, OK – 101-99–200
Taylor Due, Oklahoma City, OK – 98-WD–WD


 

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