Cowan, Kamas prevail in Best of the West Classic at Lincoln Park

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Ryder Cowan of Edmond shot rounds of 66-68 for an 8-under total of 134 and a two-shot victory over Michael Senn of Rogers, Ark., and Matthew Smith of Oklahoma City in a talented field as the Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour concluded its regular season with the Best of the West Classic at Lincoln Park Golf Course in Oklahoma City Sunday.

Senn finished at 6-under after rounds of 67-69 while Smith shot 66-70. Ben Stoller of Owasso was fourth at 138 (70-68) and Cole Luber of Yukon and Budddy Wehrie of Tulsa tied for fifth at 2-under 140.

In the girls division, Maddi Kamas of Kingfisher finished in a familiar spot, winning the event by four over Jenna Triplett of Edmond. Kamas shot 3-over 145 after rounds of 74 and 71, while Triplett was at 149 (77-72).

Kamas has now won all four OJGT events she has played this year and 10 in her career. The senior who has committed to Oklahoma City University will compete in the OJGT Tour Championship at Shawnee Country Club and the Red River Shootout against Texas all-stars at Dornick Hills in Ardmore to close out the fall season.

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Kate Tilma of Eastborough, Kan., was third at 150, followed by Sarah Sherrard of Moore at 151 and Lilly Whitley of Edmond at 152.

Left to right, Matthew Smith, Ryder Cowan and Michael Senn.
Left to right, Jenna Triplett, Maddi Kamas and Kate Tilma.
Complete results below.
Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour
Best of the West Classic
Lincoln Park West, Oklahoma City

OJGT
Best of the West Classic
October 10-11, 2020
Lincoln Park (West Course)
Final Results

Boys
Ryder Cowan, Edmond, OK – 66-68–134
Michael Senn, Rogers, AR – 67-69–136
Matthew Smith, Oklahoma City, OK – 66-70–136
Benjamin Stoller, Owasso, OK – 70-68–138
Cole Luber, Yukon, OK – 70-70–140
Buddy Wehrli, Tulsa, OK – 69-71–140
Tres Hill, Elk City, OK – 70-71–141
Bryant Polhill, Edmond, OK – 70-71–141
Dominic Stevens, Crescent, OK – 71-70–141
Tyler Collier, Broken Arrow, OK – 70-72–142
William Falleur, Muskogee, OK – 70-72–142
Cash Clark, Norman, OK – 73-70–143
Kolby Matthews, Edmond, OK – 71-72–143
Bo Gentry, Shawnee, OK – 71-74–145
Benton Manly, Tulsa, OK – 70-75–145
Jamen Parsons, Tulsa, OK – 73-72–145
Preston Albee, Choctaw, OK – 73-73–146
John Blake, Stillwater, OK – 68-78–146
Rhett Hughes, Edmond, OK – 74-72–146
Parker Sands, Edmond, OK – 72-74–146
Kaden Armstrong, Broken Arrow, OK – 71-76–147
Carson Blaser, Edmond, OK – 71-76–147
Sutton McMillan, Choctaw, OK – 73-74–147
Austin Dolan, Arcadia, OK – 71-77–148
Kolby Legg, Bristow, OK – 76-72–148
Carson Wright, Norman, OK – 77-71–148
Jake Hopper, Norman, OK – 75-74–149
Nathan Womack, Elk City, OK – 70-79–149
Jake Bartlett, Rogers, AR – 76-74–150
Jack Hope, Edmond, OK – 71-79–150
Evan Kelley, Norman, OK – 73-77–150
William Bartlett, Rogers, AR – 74-77–151
Ryan Bell, Norman, OK – 75-76–151
Jace Black, Duncan, OK – 77-74–151
Alex Bloxham, Broken Arrow, OK – 76-75–151
Mack Moore, Norman, OK – 75-76–151
Parker Payne, Norman, OK – 75-77–152
Josh Stuart, Blanchard, OK – 73-79–152
Hunter Stanley, Broken Arrow, OK – 75-78–153
London Stover, Norman, OK – 76-77–153
Fielding Campbell, Joplin, MO – 72-82–154
CJ Phillips, Edmond, OK – 74-80–154
Parker Pogue, Ada, OK – 76-78–154
Jax Brewer, Washington, OK – 72-83–155
Max Garza, Oklahoma City, OK – 74-81–155
Bo Burton, Edmond, OK – 75-82–157
Landon Lawson, Fayetteville, AR – 75-82–157
Kyle McLaughlin, Oklahoma City, OK – 79-78–157
Hunter Baumann, Edmond, OK – 83-77–160
Reese Atkins, Edmond, OK – 83-78–161
Carter Ray, Walters, OK – 76-85–161
Tristin Wheeler, Hinton, OK – 78-83–161
Jory Blaney, Edmond, OK – 78-84–162
Will Casey, Edmond, OK – 76-86–162
Carter Nutt, Norman, OK – 83-79–162
Braden Collier, Norman, OK – 78-85–163
Travis Poole, Elk City, OK – 78-85–163
Conner Compton, Oklahoma City, OK – 78-86–164
Austin Evans, Edmond, OK – 86-79–165
Scott McPhail, Edmond, OK – 77-88–165
Jack Pfister, Edmond, OK – 83-82–165
Gunner Williams, Choctaw, OK – 81-87–168
Tristan Terpstra, Ada, OK – 87-85–172
Ethan Still, Oklahoma City, OK – 85-91–176
Carson Lee, Edmond, OK – 91-87–178
Jordan Riddle, Liberal, KS – 92-91–183
Mason Sebrant, Oklahoma City, OK – 79-WD–WD

Girls
Maddi Kamas, Kingfisher, OK – 74-71–145
Jenna Triplett, Edmond, OK – 77-72–149
Kate Tilma, Eastborough, KS – 69-81–150
Sarah Sherrard, Moore, OK – 76-75–151
Lilly Whitley, Edmond, OK – 72-80–152
Meg Tilma, Wichita, KS – 77-78–155
Aubrey House, Mcalester, OK – 80-76–156
Lindyn Ross, Ardmore, OK – 81-81–162
McKenna Tatum, Edmond, OK – 81-81–162
Brooklyn Benn, Edmond, OK – 85-78–163
Aiden Coffelt, Edmond, OK – 76-87–163
Lily Stanton, Jenks, OK – 78-85–163
Jaiden Gregston, Duncan, OK – 82-82–164
Peyton Coburn, Broken Arrow, OK – 81-84–165
Mimi Hoang, Oklahoma City, OK – 79-87–166
Hannah Wiedmaier, Oklahoma City, OK – 86-81–167
Isabella Feng, Edmond, OK – 83-85–168
Spencer Holleyman, Edmond, OK – 78-90–168
Gracie Doke, Tulsa, OK – 81-88–169
Rylee Roberts, Edmond, OK – 83-87–170
Ryleigh Stevens, Crescent, OK – 89-81–170
Jaeya Mathis, Oklahoma City, OK – 85-86–171
Drew Faires, Oklahoma City, OK – 88-87–175
Carrie Bowers, Mustang, OK – 93-91–184
Moriah Shropshire, Perkins, OK – 94-101–195
Madison Peyton, Oklahoma City, OK – 91-108–199
Lindsay McBride, Edmond, OK – 113-96–209
Juliana Hong, Norman, OK – 85-WD–WD

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