Rollers on a roll at OJGT’s Battle of Broken Arrow

The brother-sister tandem of Jenni and James Roller became the first brother-sister team to win an Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour event on the same day Sunday at the Battle of Broken Arrow at The Club at Indian Springs.

Jennis shot rounds of 78-74 for an eight-shot victory over Lily Stanton of Jenks (82-78). James shot rounds of 68-69 to edge Ben Stoller of Owasso by two shots.

Promising junior William Hennessee of Tulsa shot rounds of 75-75 to win the Boys 12-14 flight by a shot over Evan Weaver of Pryor (77-74).

OJGT
Battle of Broken Arrow
The Club at Indian Springs (River)
September 7-8, 2019
Final Results

Girls
Jenni Roller, Jenks – 78-74–152
Lily Stanton, Jenks – 82-78–160
Hanna Hawks, Wellington – 82-79–161
Lauren Pleiman, Rogers – 80-83–163
Lindyn Ross, Ardmore – 89-76–165
Nyah Sanders, Muskogee – 86-79–165
Adrian Piles, Tulsa – 81-87–168
Gracie Doke, Tulsa – 86-85–171
Meghan Charles, Sand Springs – 88-84–172
Jordan Clayborn, Tahlequah – 85-87–172
Anna Ziegler, Fayetteville – 86-86–172
Mia Pendleton, Choctaw – 92-85–177
Brianna Maddux, Claremore – 96-86–182
Emma Fields, Broken Arrow – 93-104–197

Lake of the Ozarks
Runner-up Lily Stanton from Jenks and champion Jenni Roller of Jenks.

12-14 Boys
William Hennessee, Tulsa – 75-75–150
Evan Weaver, Pryor – 77-74–151
Kolby Legg, Bristow – 72-80–152
Ty Adkins, Hutchinson – 80-75–155
William Jonckowski, Broken Arrow – 78-79–157
Sam Morris, Tulsa – 73-84–157
Tripp Schuessler, Stillwater – 79-78–157
CJ Whitworth, Poteau – 76-84–160
CJ Phillips, Edmond – 77-84–161
Bo Gentry, Shawnee – 87-83–170
Carter Lee Stewart , Muskogee – 96-88–184
Roger Smith, Oklahoma City – 101-89–190

Third place winner Logan Brooks of Tulsa, champion James Roller of Jenks and runner-up Benjamin Stoller from Owasso.

15-18 Boys
James Roller, Jenks – 68-69–137
Benjamin Stoller, Owasso – 72-67–139
Logan Brooks, Tulsa – 71-71–142
Jeremy Tandoy, Broken Arrow – 73-70–143
Murphy Allard, Rogers – 77-67–144
Brayden Strickland, Broken Arrow – 71-73–144
Carson Wright, Norman – 74-70–144
Ryder Cowan, Edmond – 77-68–145
Ben Thionnet, Edmond – 74-72–146
Brett Wilcoxen, Tulsa – 72-74–146
Michael Senn III, Rogers – 74-73–147
Alexander Apolskis, Bentonville – 75-73–148
Dylan Teeter, Bixby – 74-74–148
Blake Miller, Edmond – 75-74–149
Eric Schuessler, Stillwater – 73-76–149
Max Garza, Oklahoma City – 69-81–150
Jack Hope, Edmond – 75-75–150
Asher Whitaker, Wichita – 78-72–150
Parker Sands, Edmond – 75-76–151
Kaden Armstrong, Broken Arrow – 75-77–152
Bosten Benn, Edmond – 74-78–152
Gabe Replogle, Broken Arrow – 74-78–152
Owen Swearingen, Nevada – 73-81–154
Grant Benjamin, Tulsa – 78-77–155
Soulai Vang, Oologah – 75-80–155
Tyler Collier, Broken Arrow – 77-79–156
Kolby Matthews, Edmond – 74-83–157
Matthew Barlow, Tulsa – 83-75–158
Evan Johnson, Tulsa – 80-78–158
Phisher Phillips, Rogers – 81-77–158
Jordan Butler, Cushing – 87-73–160
Alex Bloxham, Broken Arrow – 89-73–162
Bryant Polhill, Edmond – 86-76–162
Titan Stone, Owasso – 84-78–162
Owen Beecroft, Bixby – 88-75–163
Jake Dukes, Tulsa – 85-78–163
Elliott Horton, Oklahoma City – 84-79–163
Bren Dunlap, Claremore – 81-83–164
Austin Goodrum, Andover – 84-80–164
Gage Tennyson, Yukon – 84-84–168
Cody Fifer, Tulsa – 84-85–169
Jackson Thies, Owasso – 85-85–170
Cale VanBrunt, Jenks – 89-82–171
Fielding Campbell, Joplin – 82-91–173
Conner Compton, Oklahoma City – 81-92–173
Paxton Sparks, Tulsa – 84-89–173
Luke Dixon, Tulsa – 89-85–174
Spencer Goering, Wichita – 92-84–176
Nicholas Pleiman, Rogers – 86-95–181
Isaac Willis, Tulsa – 96-88–184
Trent Downey, Fort Gibson – 105-NS–NS


 

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