The Edmond Sun


August 6, 2013

Edmond’s Verplank clings to second place after round II

NORMAN — Oklahoma Golf Association

Stroke Play Championship

August 5-7, 2013

The Trails Golf Club

Round 2 Results

Brendon Jelley, Tulsa, Okla. - 68-69--137

James Marchesani, Oklahoma City , Okla. - 71-67--138

Scott Verplank, Edmond, Okla. - 68-70--138

Sam Lee, Stillwater, Oklahoma - 69-70--139

Jeff Tyrrell, Duncan, Okla. - 73-67--140

Anthony Marchesani, Oklahoma City, Okla. - 73-67--140

Logan McCracken, Oklahoma City, Okla. - 71-70--141

Hayden Wood, Edmond, Okla. - 68-73--141

Rustin Purser, Edmond, Okla. - 70-72--142

Jackson Stuteville, Durant, Okla. - 73-69--142

Austen Fuller, Edmond, Okla. - 73-69--142

Max McGreevy, Edmond, Okla. - 71-71--142

Quade Cummins, Weatherford, Okla. - 76-67--143

Michael Gotcher, Broken Arrow, Okla. - 73-70--143

Eric Kline, Ponca City, Oklahoma - 72-72--144

Drew Dorsey, Edmond, Okla. - 75-69--144

Landon Morgan, Edmond, Okla. - 75-70--145

Clark Collier, Edmond, Okla. - 72-73--145

Colton Staggs, Tulsa, Okla. - 70-75--145

Glenn Payne, Ardmore, Okla. - 73-72--145

Trent Mewbourn, Oklahoma City, Okla. - 75-70--145

Gavin Mastell, Oklahoma City, Okla. - 77-69--146

Caleb Meyers, Edmond, Okla. - 79-67--146

Taylor Lansford, Broken Arrow, Okla. - 73-73--146

Cory Montgomery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 79-67--146

Will McDonald, Tulsa , Okla. - 72-74--146

Brady Richardson, Tulsa, Okla. - 73-74--147

Taylor Williams, Chickasha, Okla. - 72-75--147

Joby Gray, Elk City, Okla. - 70-78--148

Asher Owen, Norman, Oklahoma - 77-71--148

Kyle Story, Edmond, Oklahoma - 73-75--148

Joel Driver, Oklahoma City, Okla. - 74-74--148

--------Failed to Qualify-----------

Blake Garland, Norman, Okla. - 75-74--149

Blake Barnhart, Norman, Oklahoma - 73-76--149

Tyson Reeder, Edmond, Okla. - 74-75--149

Chandler Rusk, Edmond, Okla. - 73-76--149

Preston Walker, Tulsa, Okla. - 77-73--150

Jeff Boyer, Oklahoma City, Okla. - 74-76--150

Brandon Strathe, Owasso, Okla. - 76-74--150

Kelsey Cline, Norman, Okla. - 76-74--150

Conrad Walcher, Oklahoma City, Okla. - 76-74--150

Chris Muriana, Stillwater, Okla. - 74-76--150

Matt Willingham, Broken Arrow, Okla. - 79-73--152

Eli Armstrong, Edmond, Okla. - 79-73--152

Jay Powers, Inola, Okla. - 78-75--153

Brandon Nicholson, Edmond , Okla. - 78-76--154

Justin Strathe, Owasso, Okla. - 76-78--154

Matt Ramage, Oklahoma City , Oklahoma - 81-73--154

Ty Tamura, Edmond, Okla. - 76-78--154

Tyler Hall, Okc, Okla. - 74-81--155

Aaron Davis, Tulsa, Okla. - 76-80--156

Michael Hampton, Edmond, Okla. - 74-82--156

Michael Million, McAlester, Okla. - 74-82--156

Cameron Hamilton, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma - 80-77--157

Randy Brown, Yukon, Okla. - 78-80--158

Aaron Engel, Edmond, Okla. - 81-77--158

Luke Flesner, Choctaw, Okla. - 83-75--158

Bryson Ridley, Weatherford, Okla. - 72-86--158

Cody Rozell, Norman , Oklahoma  - 81-78--159

Cameron Van Etten, Moore, Oklahoma - 84-75--159

Blake Baber, Bixby, Oklahoma - 84-75--159

Clint Burley, Stillwater, Oklahoma - 80-80--160

Max Showalter, Oklahoma City, Okla. - 82-78--160

Landon Strunk, Yukon, Okla. - 82-84--166

John Wright III, Broken Arrow, Okla. - 84-83--167

Brent Robison, Broken Arrow, Okla. - 83-86--169

Brandon Tyler, Lawton, Oklahoma  - 83-89--172

John Kang, Enid, Okla. - 91-94--185

Tyler Hargus, Shawnee, Oklahoma - 77-NS--NS

Jesse White, Edmond, Oklahoma - 85-WD--WD

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