Scarberry, Chaney lead charge into WOGA State Amateur quarterfinals

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Defending champion Shaebug Scarberry and low qualifier Reagan Chaney breezed through their opening matches in the Women’s Oklahoma Golf Association State Amateur Championship at Gaillardia Country Club Tuesday.

Chaney, of Ardmore, defeated Alyssa Wilson of Yukon 5 and 3 in the morning and dispatched Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame member Lee Ann Fairlie of Oklahoma City 4 and 3 in the afternoon as temperatures soared to around 107 degrees.

Scarberry, of Tuttle, rolled past Rebecca Davis of Broken Arrow 6 and 4 and Lilly Stanton of Jenks 5 and 3. She will face Gracie Doke of Tulsa, who defeated Hayden Meiser of Norman 5 and 4 then toppled Maddi Kamas of Ardmore 5 and 4.

Chaney will square off against Sarsh Sherrard of Oklahoma City in Wednesday’s quarterfinals. Sherrard defeated Natalie Gough of Bixby 3 and 2 and Jaiden Gregston of Duncan 2 up.

Also advancing were Natalie Blonien of Altus, Sydney Hermann of Ponca City, Madison Odell of Owasso and Lilly Whitley of Edmond. Blonien knocked off WOGA Stroke Play and Mid-Amateur champion Michaela Dierinzo of Edmond in 19 holes in the afternoon.

Quarterfinals and semifinals will be Wednesday with the championship match at 8 a.m. Thursday. Complete results below.

Women’s Oklahoma Golf Association

104th State Amateur Championship

Gaillardia Country Club, Oklahoma City

July 18-21, 2022

1st Round Match Play

Championship Flight – Round 1

Reagan Chaney, Ardmore, def. Alyssa Wilson, Yukon 5 and 3

LeeAnn Fairlie, Oklahoma City, def. Brooklyn Bostick, Duncan 1 Up

Jaiden Gregston, Duncan, def. Kamryn Zuniga, Choctaw 4 and 2

Sarah Sherrard, Oklahoma City, def.  Natalie Gough, Bixby 3 and 2

Shaebug Scarberry, Tuttle, def. Rebecca Davis, Broken Arrow 6 and 4

Lily Stanton, Jenks, def. Mechelle Vermillion, Wagoner 1 Up

Maddi Kamas, Ardmore, def. Jill Johnson, Tulsa 6 and 5

Gracie Doke,Tulsa, def. Hayden Meiser, Norman 5 and 4

Michaela Deirinzo, Edmond, def. Kim Bell, Norman 4 and 2

Natalie Blonien, Altus, def. Faith Hopkins, Bartlesville 8 and 7

Sydney Hermann, Ponca City def. Leigh Ann Fore, Tulsa 6 and 5

Olivia Coit, Edmond, def. Brooklyn Benn, Edmond 3 and 1

Madison Odell, Owasso, def. Carley Haught, Yukon 2 and 1

Logan Allen, Oklahoma City, def. Hannah Torres, Oklahoma City 3 and 2

Lilly Whitley, Edmond, def. Madison Smith, Moore 5 and 4

Josie Patterson, Chandler def. Lindyn Ross, Ardmore 3 and 2

 

Championship Flight – Round 2

Reagan Chaney, Ardmore, def.  LeeAnn Fairlie, Oklahoma City 4 and 3

Sarah Sherrard, Oklahoma City, def. Jaiden Gregston, Duncan 2 Up

Shaebug Scarberry, Tuttle, def. Lily Stanton, Jenks 5 and 3

Gracie Doke, Tulsa, def. Maddi Kamas, Ardmore 5 and 4

Natalie Blonien, Altus, def. Michaela Dierinzo, Edmond, 1 Up 19 Holes

Sydney Hermann, Ponca City def. Olivia Coit, Edmond, 1 up

Madison Odell, Owasso, def. Logan Allen, Oklahoma City 2 Up

Lilly Whitley, Edmond, def. Josie Patterso, Chandler, 5 and 4

 

Presidents Flight

Drew Faires, Oklahoma City – Bye

Carrie Bowers, Yukon, def. Teresa DeLarzelere, Owasso 1 Up 19

Chrissy Bagwell, Edmond – Bye

Emily Leahey Ardmore – Bye

Ashlyn Acosta, Yukon – Bye

Meghan Charles, Sand Springs, def. Lorie Harned, Oklahoma City 6&5

Dana Hurley,Tulsa – Bye

Ashlynn Weir, Edmond – Bye

 

Presidents Flight – Quarter Finals

Drew Faires, Oklahoma City, def. Carrie Bowers, Yukon 5 and 3

Emily Leahey, Ardmore, def. Chrissy Bagwell, Edmond 4 and 3

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