Overstreet, Son lead Oklahoma team to victory in Red River Team Challenge

Mason Overstreeet of Kingfisher stormed back with a final-round 4-under 66 to win the individual boys title at the Red River Team Challenge at Dornick Hills Country Club in Ardmore. The event pits the top players from the Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour and the Texas Junior Golf Tour in team and individual competitions.

Oklahoma won the team title for just the second time in the 10-year history of the Classic, 17-11. The competitors are divided into 14 teams of four players each for the team portion.

Individually, Jujeong Son, 14, of Norman ran away with the girls title, shooting rounds of 73-72 for a 5-over 145 total, six shots ahead of Christian Curnutte of Midland, Texas.

Overstreet, a junior at Kingfisher who has committed to the University of Arkansas, shot 4-over 74 in the first round, but came back with the low round of the tournament on the classic Perry Maxwell layout. He edged Fisher Vollendorf, a freshman from Fayetteville, Ark., who has been playing in OJGT events all fall and will eventually join Overstreet at UA, by a single shot, as Vollendorf shot 69-72.

Jackson Markham of Westlake, Texas, placed third at 2-over (73-69). Other Oklahoma team members to finish in the top 10 were Austin Eckroat of Edmond, sixth at 6-over, while Freddie Wilson of Owasso, John Ryan Bonaobra of Broken Arrow and Lane Wallace of Yukon tied for seventh at 7-over.

Son, coming off a huge win in the AJGA Junior All-Star Invitational at Pumpkin Ridge, Ore., continued her dominant play. Brinn Fariss of Oklahoma City came back with a second-round 73 to take third place. Fariss is the daughter of former Oklahoma State and Texas Ranger baseball player Monty Fariss.

Also in the top 10 were Taylor Dobson of Broken Arrow, fifth at 155, and Kaitlin Milligan of Norman and Sydney Youngblood of Durant, tied for sixth at 156.

2014 OJGT/TJGT Red River Team Challenge

Dornick Hills Golf & Country Club

Oklahoma Defeats Texas to capture the Team title.

 

Boys

Mason Overstreet, Kingfisher, Okla. – 74-66–140
Fisher Vollendorf, Fayetteville, Ark. – 69-72–141
Jackson Markham, Westlake, Texas – 73-69–142
Garett Reband, Cleburn, Texas – 68-75–143
William Hocker, Grapevine, Texas – 74-70–144
Austin Eckroat, Edmond, Okla. – 70-76–146
Cody Banach, Houston, Texas – 76-71–147
Freddie Wilson, Owasso, Okla. – 77-70–147
Jackson Smith, Tyler, Texas – 75-72–147
John Ryan Bonaobra, Broken Arrow, Okla. – 72-75–147
Lane Wallace, Yukon, Okla. – 71-76–147
Matthew Cole, Fayetteville, Ark. – 74-74–148
Quade Cummins, Weatherford, Okla. – 74-74–148
Sean Foley, The Woodlands, Texas – 74-74–148
Thomas Johnson, Norman, Okla. – 75-73–148
Tyson Reeder, Edmond, Okla. – 75-73–148
Wells Padgett, Wichita, Kan. – 73-75–148
Zachary Campbell, Benbrook, Texas – 73-75–148
Bill Ramage, Dallas, Texas – 73-76–149
Kyle Robinson, Fayetteville, Ark. – 74-75–149
Marc Kepka, Owasso, Okla. – 72-77–149
Preston Crawford, Tulsa, Okla. – 76-73–149
Reid Davenport, Austin, Texas – 70-79–149
Austin Enzbrenner, Owasso, Okla. – 74-76–150
Carson Seals, Ardmore, Okla. – 79-71–150
Crosby Guercio, Frisco, Texas – 77-73–150
Dustin Hasley, Piedmont, Okla. – 72-78–150
Garrett Jelley, Tulsa, Okla. – 76-74–150
Logan Gore, Elk City, Oklahoma – 74-76–150
Logan McAllister, Oklahoma City, Okla. – 76-74–150
Matthew Braley, Broken Arrow, Okla. – 75-75–150
Nicholas Costello, Austin, Texas – 77-73–150
Reagan Johnson, Fort Worth, Texas – 73-77–150
Ty Stites, Sallisaw, Okla. – 73-77–150
Tyler Uhlig, Magnolia, Texas – 77-73–150
Zach Sudinsky, McKinney, Texas – 75-75–150
Sloan Turrentine, McKinney, Texas – 77-74–151
Braden Ricks, Shawnee, Okla. – 80-72–152
Brody Blackmon, Sulphur Springs, Texas – 82-70–152
Dalton Daniel, Newcastle, , Oklahoma – 76-76–152
Zachery Cole, Fort Worth, Texas – 78-74–152
Andrew Lindberg, Coppell, Texas – 79-74–153
Forrest Park, Irvine, Texas – 78-75–153
Garrett McDaniel, Shawnee, Okla. – 76-77–153
Jordan Anderson, Andale, Kansas – 75-78–153
Mason Greenberg, Southlake, Texas – 74-79–153
Tobin Niblett, Austin, Texas – 77-76–153
John-Crawford Counts, Oklahoma City, Okla. – 79-75–154
Johnny Jones, Flower Mound, Texas – 78-76–154
Joseph Jones, Flower Mound, Texas – 76-78–154
Juan Pallach, Mexico City, MX – 80-74–154
Mark Reppe, Dallas, Texas – 81-73–154
Mason Keller, Tulsa, Okla. – 80-74–154
Dalton Hankamer, Temple, Texas – 74-81–155
Mike Biata, Owasso, Okla. – 79-76–155
Nick O’Donnell, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  – 78-77–155
Brandon Strathe, Owasso, Okla. – 82-74–156
Logan Pate, Richmond, Texas – 78-78–156
Pryce Beshoory, Pearland, Texas – 77-79–156
Benjamin Fernandez, Southlake, Texas – 81-76–157
Nick Pierce, Sallisaw, Okla. – 82-75–157
Arjun Reddy, Tulsa , Okla. – 86-72–158
Cody Shore, Poteau, Okla. – 78-80–158
Karsten Green, Midlothian, Texas – 79-79–158
Laken Hinton, Edmond, OKLAHOMA ( – 83-76–159
Austin Wagner, Cypress, Texas – 84-76–160
Brady Price, The Woodlands, Texas – 81-79–160
Max Linden, Spring, Texas – 82-78–160
Preston Dickson, Dallas, Texas – 83-77–160
Lance Gregory, Moore, Okla. – 81-80–161
Noah Purvis, Katy, Texas – 77-84–161
Tyler Neher, Ardmore, Okla. – 83-78–161
Zach Stayton, Kingwood, Texas – 84-77–161
David Trimble, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 84-78–162
Janson Reeder, Edmond, Okla. – 84-78–162
Kai Greywall, McKinney, Texas – 81-81–162
Justin Moore, Broken Arrow, Okla. – 79-84–163
Patrick A. Hervey, Colleyville, Texas – 82-83–165
Scott Roden, Dallas, Texas – 79-88–167
Ethan Smith, Oklahoma City, Okla. – NC-86–NC

Girls

Yujeong Son, Norman, Okla. – 73-72–145
Christain Curnutte, Midland, Texas – 73-78–151
Brinn Fariss, Oklahoma City , Okla. – 80-73–153
Kyong Kim, Crowley, Texas – 76-78–154
Taylor Dobson, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma – 78-77–155
Kaitlin Milligan, Norman, Okla. – 78-78–156
Maddie White, Fort Worth, Texas – 75-81–156
Sydney Youngblood, Durant, Okla. – 79-77–156
Ryan Pate, Midland, Texas – 78-80–158
Sydney Roberts, Brownwood, Texas – 83-75–158
Elizabeth Freeman, Edmond, Okla. – 80-80–160
Hanna Harrison, Plano, Texas – 79-81–160
Alexis Read, Bridgeport, Texas – 85-78–163
Pauline Nguyen, Edmond, Okla. – 81-82–163
ShaeBug Scarberry, Purcell, Okla. – 74-89–163
Maggie Fulcher, Houston, Texas – 81-83–164
Serena Shah, Carrollton, Texas – 84-80–164
Brett Permann, Frisco, Texas – 85-81–166
Mackenzie Medders, Tulsa, Okla. – 87-79–166
Olivia Robinson, Pasadena, Texas – 88-78–166
Rebecca Reed, Midland, Texas – 87-79–166
Ashton Nemecek, Purcell, Oklahoma – 87-83–170
Mary Katherine Ingram, Aledo, Texas – 89-82–171
Savanah Snyder, Wichita Falls, Texas – 88-83–171
Grace Shin, Tulsa, Oklahoma – 89-83–172
Kathryn (Kate) Goodwin, Tulsa, Okla. – 91-81–172
Melissa Eldredge, Eufaula, Okla. – 92-82–174
Madigan Murray, McKinney, Texas – 89-86–175
Shannen Stewart, Broken Arrow, Okla. – 90-87–177
Liz Hargis, Ardmore, Okla. – 92-86–178
Natalie Gough, Bixby, Okla. – 89-90–179
Mirabella Woods, Fort Worth, Texas – 97-87–184
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