Girls State Championship Roundup: Blonien spectacular in Class 5A

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Natalie Blonien of Altus won her second Class 5A state championship in dominant fashion with a blistering 65 in strong winds Tuesday at Muskogee Golf Club. The 6-under round put her at 9-under 133 after an opening 68, 19 shots ahead of Allie Justiz of Bishop McGuiness, which won the team title.

Allie Justiz

Blonien, who signed with Arkansas for the 2024-25 season, also won the title in 2022 before finishing second in 2023. Older sister Megan Blonien won four state titles from 2009-12 but all indications are Natalie is reaching a level that few in the state can match. Those scores on a difficult Perry Maxwell design in high winds are stunning. She made seven birdies against one bogey Tuesday.

Abbie Justiz

Justiz shot rounds of 77-75 to take second at 152, six shots ahead of sister Abbie Justiz at 158 (80-78). Miah Luong of Carl Albert was fourth at 160. Bishop McGuiness won the team championship by 41 shots over Carl Albert. Duncan placed third and Ada fourth.

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The Bishop McGinnis team.

Class 4A at Winter Creek Golf Course in Blanchard

Layne Ailshie of Fort Gibson shot consecutive rounds of 81, winning the individual title and helping Fort Gibson claim the individual title. She finished three shots ahead of Paisley Eason of Sulpher (82-83), who was playing along with her teammates despite her town being devastated by a tornado Saturday.

Sulphur team.

Katelyn Rigsby of Fort Gibson and Kya Lamb of Dickson tied for third at 166. Fort Gibson finished 34 shots clear of Marlow while Clinton placed third and Pauls Valley was fourth.

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Fort Gibson Tigers win it all at the Oklahoma 4A Girls Golf State Championship at Winter Creek Golf and Country Club in Blanchard.

Class 3A at Lincoln Park in Oklahoma City

Megan Kalapura of Holland Hall held on with a second-round 79 after opening with a 66 for a five-shot victory over Beans Factor of Sequoyah Tahlequah for the Class 3A individual championship.

Factor shot consecutive rounds of 75 to lift Sequoyah Tahlequah to the team title, winning by 21 shot over Holland Hall. Metro Christian was third and Lone Grove fourth.

Lorelai Efaw of Cascia Hall was third individually, shooting rounds of 70-82.  Elle Standlee of Prague was fourth (72-83) and Kate Moore of Metro Christian fifth (74-82).

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Class 2A at Prairie West Golf Course, Weatherford

Avery Haddock of Oklahoma Christian held off the Turner onslaught to claim the Class 2A state championship after rounds of 73-77 for a 7-over 150.

Turner players held down four of the next five spots in a 154-stroke victory over second-place Mooreland in winning their fourth consecutive Class 2A state championship. Jaci Hartman, a Northern Colorado signee, was second at 154 (78-76), followed by Josey Cavitt, who has signed with Central Oklahoma, at 156 (79-77). Turner’s Braylee Foster was fourth at 165 while Turner’s Hadley Hill was sixth at 171, a shot behind Emma Hardison of Roff who placed fifth.

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Time for another sign at Turner’s Lodge Golf Course at Falconhead Resort after the fourth consecutive state championship for the Falcons. 

Photos below by Nathan Jeans


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