Black wins 4A crown, 5A and 3A rained out

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NORMAN —Tears slowly fell down ShaeBug Scarberry’s face as she stood near her Purcell teammates with the state championship trophy.

She had won the Class 3A individual state championship and her team had won the state championship for a third time in four years Thursday without even swinging a club.

A miserable 2017 of runner-up finishes no longer mattered.

Yet, she still felt like she left too much on the golf course the day before.

“Definitely on the last hole,” Scarberry said about her double-bogey on No. 18 that left her at 1-under par 70. “That wasn’t my plan, but it happens.”

Thursday was not a normal day. Class 3A’s girls golf state tournament at Westwood Park was washed out, the result of heavy rainfall. Class 5A was also canceled in Muskogee. First-round scores became the final scores.

And tears fell all around in Norman.

Read the complete story at The Oklahoman here. 

 Class 3A championship

At Westwood Park Golf Course

Par 71


1. Purcell 322

2. Lone Grove 333

3. Marlow 345

4. Dickson 366

5. Verdigris 368

6. Eufaula 378

7. Kingfisher 393

Mount St. Mary 393

9. Keys (Park Hill) 394

10. Comanche 398

Perkins-Tryon 398

12. Bridge Creek 401

13. Rejoice Chr. 413

Top individuals

1. ShaeBug Scarberry, Purcell 70

2. Jade McCurdy, Purcell 71

3t. Josie Patterson, Chandler 72

3t. Mikaela Rindermann, Mount St. Mary 72

3t. Taylor Towers, Rejoice Christian 72

6t. Maddi Kamas, Kingfisher 76

6t. Izzy Lette, Lone Grove 76

8. Emi O’Steen, Kingston 81

9t. Mia Meshell, Marlow 82

9t. Maisie Liddell, Dickson 82

9t. Logan Allen, Perkins-Tryon 82

Other scores

Purcell: Lexi Longley 88, Alicia Baker 93, Anoli Billy 96

Lone Grove: Madison Anderson 84, Destine Coffman 86, Megan Biber 87, Shelby Delano 92

Marlow: LeeAnne Riddle 86, Alexis Hack 88, Alli Riddle 89, Blair Brantley 95

Dickson: Parker Garrett 88, Brylie Dewitt 96, Baylie Hughes 100

Verdigris: Libby Christian 87, Abby Beller 88, Meagan Miller 96, Abby Caterino 97, Grace Rodery 101

Lee, Duncan win in rained out 5A

MUSKOGEE — Nina Lee made a habit of finishing in the top 10 at Class 5A state tournaments in previous years. Her high school career had seen her come close to winning a championship before, and this year she did just that.

The Collinsville senior fired a 2-under 70 on Wednesday at the Class 5A state tournament, and her score ended up nabbing her a state title after Thursday’s final round was canceled due to inclement weather at Muskogee Country Club.

 Lee’s total ended up being the only round under par Wednesday. Her teammate Madison O’Dell finished second with a 73.

Duncan, for the second year in a row, won the team championship. The Demons finished with a 314 on the first day of the tournament, and that was good enough for a 26-stroke victory over Collinsville (340).

Class 5A championship

At Muskogee Country Club

Par 72


1. Duncan 314

2. Collinsville 340

3. Carl Albert 344

4. Durant 346

5. OKC Bishop

McGuinness 361

6. Coweta 367

7. Noble 382

8. Bishop Kelley 387

9. Guthrie 395

10. El Reno 400

11. Altus 417

12. Guymon 420

Top Individuals

1. Nina Lee, Collinsville 70

2. Madison O’Dell, Collinsville 73

3. Brookyln Bostick, Duncan 74

4t. Jaelynn Unger, Noble 76

4t. Gentry Cox, Duncan 76

6. Olivia Schmidt, Bishop McGuinness 77

7. Blayne Barker, Durant 78

8t. Kirstin Westlake, Carl Albert 79

8t. Emma Hughes, Bishop McGuinness 79

10. Sarah Rhinehart, Guthrie 80

Plainview, Black win Class 4A titles

Plainview shot 309 as it won the Class 4A girls state championship by 16 strokes Thursday at Lake Hefner South golf course. The second round was delayed by two hours after heavy overnight rain soaked the course.

Katie Finley shot 144 and finished third individually to lead Plainview, which had four golfers finish in the top seven.

Newcastle’s Chloe Black shot a 67, the only round under par during the two-day tournament, for she rallied from four strokes back to win her second individual state championship.

Black, who signed with Central Oklahoma, made birdies on two of her first three holes. She held off Hilldale’s Jordan Clayborn by one stroke and finished five shots clear of Finley, who was the individual leader after the first day.

Manning claims Class 2A individual golf title

Sydney Manning of Cashion shot 80-77 to win the Class 2A state championship while Tishomingo finished 29 shots ahead of Henryetta for the team title at Aqua Canyon in Guthrie.

Tishomingo was led by senior Bailee Barnes, who finished with a team best 170. Barnes finished No. 7 overall and teammate Kristen Lovett finished No. 8.

Class 2A championship

At Aqua Canyon Golf Course, Guthrie

Par 72


1. Tishomingo 362-366—728

2. Henryetta 380-377—757

3. Washington 379-400—779

4. Pawnee 373-408—781

5. Frederick 399-400—799

6. Mooreland 408-409—817

7t. Oklahoma Christian 414-410—824

7t. Olive 396-428—824

9. Turner 410-420—830

10. Silo 427-418—845

11. Cordell 427-432—859

12. Laverne 448-457—905

Top individuals

1. Sydney Manning, Cashion 80-77—157

2. Megan Brown, Cordell 82-77—159

3t. Sara Armstrong, Crossings Chr 81-84—165

3t. Abbi Green, Henryetta 83-82—165

5. Morgan Landes, Dale 81-85—166

6. A. Benedict, Burns Flat-Dill City 82-85—167

7. Bailee Barnes, Tishomingo 82-88—170

8t. Kristen Lovett, Tishomingo 88-84—172

8t. Sarah Sherrad, Chr. Heritage 84-88—172

10. Zhanna Rieson, Lincoln Christian 92-81—173

Other scores

Coalgate: Mallorie Humphries, 103-114—217

Community Christian: Emmerson Moore, 101-113—214

Cordell: Makenzie Hoagland, 102-106—208; Macy Martin, 113-108—221; Rylie Martin, 130-141—271

Crescent: Harley Stevens, 100-97—197

Dibble: Aubyn Hatchet, 88-89—177

Henryetta: Emily Potter, 91-92—183; Bridget Williams, 108-93—201;Emily Stockholm, 98-110—208

Fletcher: Delana Holden, 85-92–177

Frederick: Brooke Orr, 92-90–182; Paige Orr, 95-94—189; Taylor Stacey, 108-106—214; Chloe Fraley, 104-118—222; Jaci Hernandez, 117-110—227

Frontier: Autumn Conneywerdy, 104-95—199

Laverne: Kenley Person, 103-105—208; Erica Hernandez, 116-112—228; Ali Gartrell, 111-119—230; Maribel Garcia, 118-121—239; Mackenzie Laverly, 119-123—242

Mooreland: Maddie Eilers, 98-100—198; Adriana Meliza, 104-101—205; Harley Sample, 103-103—206; Hannah Sample, 103-105—208; Desa Garner, 104-105—209

Oklahoma Bible: Kate Davis, 98-89—187

Oklahoma Christian: Sarah Harrison, 87-96—183; Rylie Gunter, 91-94–185; Cailie Golden, 108-102—210; Addison Mullin, 103-114—217; Isabel Goulett, 110-107—217; Makenzi Duncan, 109-112—221

Olive: London Shriver, 99-101—200; Lexi Matlock, 102-104—206; Makayle Williams, 98-111—209; Heidi Hanks, 97-113—210; Holly Hanks, 111-113—224

Pawnee: Nikki Thompson, 85-93—178; Lexi Tatum, 95-97—192; Jaelyn Northcutt, 94-103—197; Cassidy Heskett, 99-115—214; Montana Snell, 112-120—232

Savanna: Dakota McElhaney, 100-93—193

Silo: Makenzie Rogers, 91-88—179; Julie Cullum, 92-101—193; Ashlynn Salisbury, 116-108—224; Hallie Jones, 128-121—249; Hannah Jones, 133-135—268

Tishomingo: Rylee Hughes, 93-95—188; Natalea Harcrow, 99-99—198; Jadyn Hook, 112-107—219

Tupelo: Kate Sliger, 96-98—194

Turner: Jade Dobson, 100-100—200; Ryleigh Parker, 104-103—207; Karissa Carlile, 100-111—211; Alli Willis, 106-106—212

Washington: Kirsten Prett, Washington, 87-102—189; Shaellen Flora, 94-98—192; Alyssa King, 96-104—200; Kait Denton, 102-105—207; Sam Riggs, 111-96—207;

Wewoka: McKenzie Nunley, 98-96—194

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