Four years ago, Marc Kepka and his Owasso golf teammates were not together on the morning of the state tournament. They weren’t anywhere near the course or their clubs.They didn’t qualify.
“Hah, no, not even close then,” Kepka said.
In the seasons that followed, attitudes changed within the team. Scores dropped, trophies piled up, and Kepka launched himself into elite company.
Monday was the latest example.
As he strolled through Cherokee Hills Golf Course for the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Golf Tournament, Kepka reaped the benefits of years of hard work.
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