Overstreet edges Eckroat to win OJGT Tour Championship, Dobson rolls to sixth fall win

Mason Overstreet of Kingfisher shot a final-round 66 to win the Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour Championship at Fairfax Golf Course, edging Class 6A state champion Austin Eckroat of Edmond by a shot.

Overstreet shot rounds of 69-66 while Eckroat shot two rounds of 68. Nine shots back in third place were Lane Wallace of Yukon and Nick Pierce of Sallisaw.

Overstreet, a junior at Kingfisher, has committed to Arkansas, while Eckroat, a sophomore at Edmond North, has already given a verbal commitment to Oklahoma State. Overstreet birdied four of the final holes to edge Eckroat by a shot. In the seven tournaments Overstreet participated in this fall, he tied two competitive course records including the 66 at Fairfax.

Taylor Dobson of Broken Arrow rolled to victory in the girls championship with scores of 68-72 for a 140 total, 11 shots ahead of her nearest competitor. Dobson won six of seven events on the tour this fall and finished second to Yujeong Son in the other. Son won all four events she played in but missed the final showdown to compete in a American Junior Golf Association event in Oregon. Son averaged 71.625 strokes per round to lead the tour while Sydney Youngblood had the second best average 71.8.

The Tour Championship concludes the 2014 fall OJGT regular season schedule. The final event is the Red River Team Challenge against top Texas juniors Oct. 25-26 at Dornick Hills Country Club in Ardmore.

OJGT Tour Championship
Fairfax Golf Course
October 11-12, 2014
Final Results

Boys 15-18
Mason Overstreet, Kingfisher, Okla. – 69-66–135
Austin Eckroat, Edmond, Okla. – 68-68–136
Lane Wallace, Yukon, Okla. – 69-76–145
Nick Pierce, Sallisaw, Okla. – 71-74–145
Kason Cook, Hydro, Okla. – 76-70–146
Dustin Hasley, Piedmont, Okla. – 71-76–147
Kyle Robinson, Fayetteville, Ark. – 73-74–147
Ethan Smith, Oklahoma City, Okla. – 74-74–148
Garrett Jelley, Tulsa, Okla. – 78-70–148
Mike Biata, Owasso, Okla. – 70-78–148
Brett Tyndall, Jenks, Okla. – 74-75–149
Fisher Vollendorf, Fayetteville, Ark. – 77-72–149
Justin Moore, Broken Arrow, Okla. – 73-76–149
Jordan Anderson, Andale, Kansas – 78-72–150
Navid Majidi, Tulsa, Oklahoma – 77-73–150
Ty Stites, Sallisaw, Okla. – 78-73–151
Arjun Reddy, Tulsa , Okla. – 77-76–153
Carson Seals, Ardmore, Okla. – 77-76–153
Laken Hinton, Edmond, OKLAHOMA ( – 77-76–153
Marc Kepka, Owasso, Okla. – 74-79–153
Braden Ricks, Shawnee, Okla. – 76-78–154
Cody Shore, Poteau, Okla. – 72-82–154
Colter Baca, Edmond, Okla. – 76-78–154
Freddie Wilson, Owasso, Okla. – 70-84–154
McCain Schellhardt, Edmond, Oklahoma – 74-80–154
Noah Tillman, Edmond, Okla. – 74-81–155
Ty Howell, Norman, Okla. – 80-75–155
Brandon Strathe, Owasso, Okla. – 78-79–157
Keaton Divelbiss, Norman, Okla. – 79-78–157
Zac Owens, Woodward, Oklahoma – 72-85–157
Matthew Armstrong, Edmond , Okla. – 78-80–158
Jared Strathe, Owasso, Okla. – 81-80–161
Austin Shanks, Wichita, Kansas – 75-87–162
Dakota Clark, Owasso, Okla. – 80-82–162
Dutton Hughes, Tulsa, OKLAHOMA – 78-84–162
Hunter Laughlin, Mangum, Okla. – 83-79–162
Jacob Stoller, Owasso, Okla. – 77-86–163
John Ryan Bonaobra, Broken Arrow, Okla. – 82-82–164
Mason Keller, Tulsa, Okla. – 82-83–165
Ryne Beck, Oklahoma City, Okla. – 82-83–165
Riley Patton, Edmond, Okla. – 78-88–166
Blake Blaser, Edmond, Okla. – 85-82–167
Dalton Daniel, Newcastle, OK, Oklahoma – 83-84–167
Harrison Gearhart, Broken Arrow, Okla. – 87-80–167
Parker Moe, Jenks, Okla. – 83-84–167
Brandon Stephenson, Edmond, Okla. – 77-91–168
Noah Russell, Owasso, oklahoma – 84-85–169
Isaac Bullen, Broken Arrow, Okla. – 76-97–173
Austin Kuss, Tulsa, Okla. – 89-85–174
Chance Koon, Midwest City, Oklahoma – 87-89–176
Austin Kang, Edmond, Oklahoma – 83-NS–NS

Boys 12-14
Tyler Neher, Ardmore, Okla. – 69-71–140
Logan McAllister, Oklahoma City, Okla. – 72-72–144
Nick O’Donnell, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  – 72-73–145
Carson Griggs, Sand Springs, Okla. – 71-76–147
James Roller, Jenks, Oklahoma – 75-77–152
Jun Kim, Edmond, Okla. – 77-75–152
Said Powers, Edmond, Okla. – 75-79–154
Janson Reeder, Edmond, Okla. – 80-75–155
Christian McAllister, Oklahoma City, Okla. – 74-82–156
Jaxon Dowell, Edmond, Okla. – 79-77–156
Ryan Ward, Poteau, Okla. – 77-80–157
Connor Wilson, Edmond, Okla. – 77-82–159
Brock Polhill, Edmond , Okla. – 80-81–161
Max Roberts, Fitzhugh, Okla. – 80-81–161
Matthew Braley, Broken Arrow, Okla. – 78-84–162
Matt Ritchie, Owasso, Okla. – 77-88–165
Matt Geurin, Edmond, Okla. – 87-84–171
Jacob Nolen, Fayetteville, Ark. – 90-99–189
Jackson Hibbard, Oklahoma City, Okla. – 103-99–202

Girls 12-18
Taylor Dobson, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma – 68-72–140
Melissa Eldredge, Eufaula, Okla. – 77-74–151
Elizabeth Freeman, Edmond, Okla. – 75-80–155
Shannen Stewart, Broken Arrow, Okla. – 78-77–155
Sydney Youngblood, Durant, Okla. – 77-81–158
Pauline Nguyen, Edmond, Okla. – 77-82–159
Kathryn (Kate) Goodwin, Tulsa, Okla. – 82-78–160
ShaeBug Scarberry, Purcell, Okla. – 79-81–160
Ashton Nemecek, Purcell, Oklahoma – 77-89–166
Liz Hargis, Ardmore, Okla. – 77-89–166
Queen Marcela Pierre, Jenks, Okla. – 84-84–168
Grace Shin, Tulsa, Oklahoma – 85-86–171
Lauren L Barnes, Choctaw, Okla. – 85-86–171
Bailey Blake, Edmond, Okla. – 90-84–174
Olivia Schmidt, Edmond, Okla. – 90-85–175
Kimberley Juel, Shady Shores, Texas – 86-94–180
Faith Belmear, Owasso, Okla. – 95-95–190

 

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