Bell, Kamas prevail in OJGT’s Kickingbird Fall Challenge

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Ryan Bell of Norman opened with a 5-under 65 and closed with a 71 to win the Kickingbird Fall Challenge on the Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour by a single shot over Tres Hill of Elk City and Owen Sweringer of Nevada, Mo.

Hill and Swearingen shot rounds of 71-66. Sutton McMillan (71-67) of Choctaw tied for fourth with Dominic Stevens (70-68) of Crescent at 138.

Bell is the son of Ricky Bell, former University of Oklahoma All-American, a member of the 1989 OU national championship team (he finished second individually) and a long-time representative of Ping in Oklahoma. It was the first OJGT title for the younger Bell.

Maddi Kamas of Kingfisher closed with a 68 to shoot 141 and win the girls division by four shots over Olivia Coit of Edmond, who shot 72-73. Kate Tilma of Wichita (74-72) and Lilly Whitley of Edmond (71-75) tied for third at 146, a shot ahead of Jenni Roller of Jenks (74-73).

Kamas recently moved into the top 40 in the Junior Golf Scoreboard rankings and this win should only improve that rating.

Left to right, Owen Swearingen, Ryan Bell and Tres Hill.

OJGT
Kickingbird Fall Challenge
August 23-24, 2020
Kickingbird Golf Club
Final Results

Boys
Ryan Bell, Norman, OK – 65-71–136
Tres Hill, Elk City, OK – 71-66–137
Owen Swearingen, Nevada, MO – 71-66–137
Sutton McMillan, Choctaw, OK – 71-67–138
Dominic Stevens, Crescent, OK – 70-68–138
Ryder Cowan, Edmond, OK – 65-74–139
Kolby Matthews, Edmond, OK – 69-71–140
Bryant Polhill, Edmond, OK – 71-69–140
Asher Whitaker, Wichita, KS – 71-69–140
Preston Albee, Choctaw, OK – 71-70–141
Alex Bloxham, Broken Arrow, OK – 66-75–141
Buddy Wehrli, Tulsa, OK – 74-67–141
Alexander Apolskis, Bentonville, AR – 71-71–142
Kolby Legg, Bristow, OK – 72-70–142
Sam Morris, Tulsa, OK – 69-74–143
Jake Hopper, Norman, OK – 67-77–144
Trent Martindale, Edmond, OK – 74-70–144
Kyle McLaughlin, Oklahoma City, OK – 76-68–144
Bo Gentry, Shawnee, OK – 73-72–145
Landon Lawson, Fayetteville, AR – 76-69–145
Cj Phillips, Edmond, OK – 72-73–145
Travis Poole, Elk City, OK – 76-70–146
Jesse Tandoy, Broken Arrow, OK – 76-70–146
Cooper Ward, Wichita, KS – 73-73–146
Nathan Womack, Elk City, OK – 75-71–146
John Blake, Stillwater, OK – 74-73–147
Parker Sands, Edmond, OK – 75-72–147
Josh Stuart, Blanchard, OK – 77-70–147
Fielding Campbell, Joplin, MO – 73-75–148
William Hennessee, Tulsa, OK – 73-75–148
Rhett Hughes, Edmond, OK – 76-72–148
Cole Luber, Yukon, OK – 74-74–148
Carson Blaser, Edmond, OK – 76-73–149
Gatlin Goad, Wheeler, TX – 76-73–149
Evan Kelley, Norman, OK – 74-75–149
Kaden Armstrong, Broken Arrow, OK – 76-74–150
Charlie Bentley, Edmond, OK – 76-74–150
Tyler Collier, Broken Arrow, OK – 76-74–150
Tripp Schuessler, Stillwater, OK – 73-77–150
Roger Smith, Oklahoma City, OK – 75-75–150
Mason Hill, Kellyville, OK – 70-81–151
Grant Benjamin, Tulsa, OK – 76-77–153
Jax Brewer, Washington, OK – 76-77–153
Austin Evans, Edmond, OK – 79-74–153
Jack Hope, Edmond, OK – 79-74–153
Hunter Baumann, Edmond, OK – 77-77–154
Braden Collier, Norman, OK – 79-75–154
Jory Blaney, Edmond, OK – 72-83–155
Reese Atkins, Edmond, OK – 75-81–156
Conner Compton, Oklahoma City, OK – 81-75–156
Daniel Littlefield, Stillwater, OK – 77-79–156
Scott McPhail, Edmond, OK – 75-81–156
Easton Reynolds, Yates Center, KS – 81-75–156
Aden Schmidt, Elk City, OK – 79-79–158
Tripp Pence, Norman, OK – 77-82–159
Jack Pfister, Edmond, OK – 77-82–159
Blaine Pullen, Oklahoma City, OK – 77-82–159
Anthony Manipella, Tulsa, OK – 79-81–160
Jordan Butler, Cushing, OK – 77-84–161
Dennon Norman, Norman, OK – 81-80–161
Eli Shirley, Edmond, OK – 85-77–162
Piercen Wells, Norman, OK – 81-81–162
Luke Huckaby, Oklahoma City, OK – 82-81–163
Dax Rambo, Norman, OK – 84-79–163
Mack Moore, Norman, OK – 80-85–165
Joshua Bertman, Norman, OK – 78-89–167
Evan Gwin, Chandler, OK – 83-87–170
Mason Schmidt, Elk City, OK – 82-90–172
Garrison Stebens, Stillwater, OK – 91-83–174
Cameron Surles, Broken Arrow, OK – 86-88–174
Jace Chaney, Ardmore, OK – 89-88–177

Left to right, Olivia Coit, Maddi Kamas, Kate Tilma and Lilly Whitley.

Girls
Maddi Kamas, Kingfisher, OK – 73-68–141
Olivia Coit, Edmond, OK – 72-73–145
Kate Tilma, Wichita, KS – 74-72–146
Lilly Whitley, Edmond, OK – 71-75–146
Jenni Roller, Jenks, OK – 74-73–147
Jenna Triplett, Edmond, OK – 73-75–148
Reagan Chaney, Ardmore, OK – 76-74–150
Meg Tilma, Wichita, KS – 79-73–152
Lindyn Ross, Ardmore, OK – 83-74–157
Sarah Sherrard, Moore, OK – 80-78–158
Beans Factor, Ada, OK – 78-82–160
Aiden Coffelt, Edmond, OK – 83-78–161
Mimi Hoang, Oklahoma City, OK – 80-81–161
Lily Stanton, Jenks, OK – 81-80–161
Meghan Charles, Sand Springs, OK – 83-79–162
Gracie Doke, Tulsa, OK – 84-79–163
Rylee Roberts, Edmond, OK – 80-83–163
MaKaylee Cowan, Yukon, OK – 78-86–164
Aubrey House, Mcalester, OK – 83-81–164
Peyton Coburn, Broken Arrow, OK – 84-82–166
Megan Kalapura, Tulsa, OK – 77-90–167
Juliana Hong, Norman, OK – 83-88–171
Ryleigh Stevens, Crescent, OK – 88-88–176
McKenna Tatum, Edmond, OK – 90-88–178
Carrie Bowers, Mustang, OK – 94-86–180
Eden Shipp, Kansas City, MO – 91-90–181
Moriah Shropshire, Perkins, OK – 94-92–186
Greenlee Lindsey, Yukon, OK – 89-98–187
Riley Jones, Edmond, OK – 98-103–201
Cara Cummins, OKC, OK – 103-100–203

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