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July 23, 2013

Edmond’s Rusk, Moore make it through second round of state amateur

OKLA. CITY —

Oklahoma Golf Association
State Amateur Championship
July 22-24, 2013
Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club

Round -- (Round of 64)
Chris Muriana, Stillwater, Okla.  (1) def. Jackson Hess, Okmulgee, Okla.  (64), 4 and 3
J Todd Brown, Ada, Okla.  (32) def. Brett Alcorn, Edmond, Okla.  (33), 5 and 3
Quade Cummins, Weatherford, Okla.  (16) def. Aaron Davis, Tulsa, Okla.  (49), 1 up
Chandler Rusk, Edmond, Okla.  (48) def. Cooper Johnson, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (17), 2 and 1
Justin Jang, Norman, Okla.  (8) def. Brandon Strathe, Owasso, Okla.  (57), 2 and 1
Tyler Hargus, Shawnee, Oklahoma  (40) def. Davis Rison, Ardmore, Okla.  (25), 4 and 3
Hayden Wood, Edmond, Okla.  (9) def. Brett Tyndall, Jenks, Okla.  (56), 1 up
Ben Blundell, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (24) def. Evan Phillips, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma  (41), 5 and 4
Sam Lee, Stillwater, Oklahoma  (4) def. Michael Gotcher, Broken Arrow, Okla.  (61), 4 and 3
Luke Phillips, Edmond, Okla.  (29) def. Austen Fuller, Edmond, Okla.  (36), 4 and 3
Brendon Jelley, Tulsa, Okla.  (52) def. Brian Birchell, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  (13), 3 and 1
Trent Mewbourn, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (20) def. Zachary Oliver, Checotah, Okla.  (45), 4 and 2
Brady Richardson, Tulsa, Okla.  (5) def. Bobby Goben, Tulsa, Okla.  (60), 1 up
Jeff Coffman, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (37) def. Joby Gray, Elk City, Okla.  (28), 2 and 1
Taylor Lansford, Broken Arrow, Okla.  (53) def. Ty Tamura, Edmond, Okla.  (12), 3 and 2
Nathan Hughes, Bartlesville, Oklahoma  (21) def. Brett Bogert, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (44), 3 and 2
Talor Gooch, Midwest City, Okla.  (2) def. Jason Gulley, Jenks, Okla.  (63), 7 and 6
Rustin Purser, Edmond, Okla.  (31) def. Eli Armstrong, Edmond, Okla.  (34), 2 up
Kaleb Houser, Tulsa, Okla.  (50) def. Trent Hancock, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (15), 19 holes
Cullen Stahl, Lawton, Okla.  (47) def. Griffin Pierce, Edmond, Okla.  (18), 3 and 2
Mason Overstreet, Laverne, Okla.  (7) def. Preston Crawford, Tulsa, Okla.  (58), 3 and 2
Lyle Whitworth, Poteau, Oklahoma  (26) def. Heath Myers, Kingfisher, Okla.  (39), 4 and 3
Michael Hampton, Edmond, Okla.  (10) def. Jacob Bartel, Sallisaw, Oklahoma  (55), 1 up
Phillip Bryan, Mustang, Okla.  (23) def. Ryan Evans, Edmond, Okla.  (42), 2 and 1
Zach Tucker, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (3) def. Will Murphy, Tulsa, Oklahoma  (62), 6 and 5
Jett Johnson, Norman, Okla.  (30) def. Blake Jackson, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (35), 19 holes
Baer Aneshansley, Edmond , Okla.  (14) def. Preston Walker, Tulsa, Okla.  (51), 4 and 3
Jeffrey Topp, Midwest City, Okla.  (46) def. Taylor Williams, Chickasha, Okla.  (19), 2 up
Taylor Moore, Edmond, Oklahoma  (6) def. John Bonaobra, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma  (59), 7 and 5
Drew Dorsey, Edmond, Okla.  (38) def. Jeff Richter, Edmond, Okla.  (27), 5 and 4
Kacey Threet, Grove, Oklahoma  (54) def. Daniel Mitchell, Okla City, Okla.  (11), 4 and 2
Kirk Wright, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (43) def. Max Showalter, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (22), 2 and 1

Round -- (Round of 32)
Chris Muriana, Stillwater, Okla.  (1) def. J Todd Brown, Ada, Okla.  (32), 1 up
Chandler Rusk, Edmond, Okla.  (48) def. Quade Cummins, Weatherford, Okla.  (16), 1 up
Tyler Hargus, Shawnee, Oklahoma  (40) def. Justin Jang, Norman, Okla.  (8), 3 and 2
Ben Blundell, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (24) def. Hayden Wood, Edmond, Okla.  (9), 3 and 2
Sam Lee, Stillwater, Oklahoma  (4) def. Luke Phillips, Edmond, Okla.  (29), 5 and 4
Trent Mewbourn, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (20) def. Brendon Jelley, Tulsa, Okla.  (52), 3 and 2
Jeff Coffman, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (37) def. Brady Richardson, Tulsa, Okla.  (5), 6 and 4
Nathan Hughes, Bartlesville, Oklahoma  (21) def. Taylor Lansford, Broken Arrow, Okla.  (53), 6 and 5
Talor Gooch, Midwest City, Okla.  (2) def. Rustin Purser, Edmond, Okla.  (31), 4 and 3
Cullen Stahl, Lawton, Okla.  (47) def. Kaleb Houser, Tulsa, Okla.  (50), 6 and 5
Mason Overstreet, Laverne, Okla.  (7) def. Lyle Whitworth, Poteau, Oklahoma  (26), 3 and 2
Phillip Bryan, Mustang, Okla.  (23) def. Michael Hampton, Edmond, Okla.  (10), 1 up
Zach Tucker, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (3) def. Jett Johnson, Norman, Okla.  (30), 3 and 2
Jeffrey Topp, Midwest City, Okla.  (46) def. Baer Aneshansley, Edmond , Okla.  (14), 4 and 3
Taylor Moore, Edmond, Oklahoma  (6) def. Drew Dorsey, Edmond, Okla.  (38), 19 holes
Kacey Threet, Grove, Oklahoma  (54) def. Kirk Wright, Oklahoma City, Okla.  (43), 3 and 2

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