The Edmond Sun


September 16, 2013

Edmond’s Pierce tops Overstreet by 4 shots

OKLA. CITY — OJGT Lake Hefner Shootout (North)

Sept. 14-15

Final Results

Boys 12-14

Griffin Pierce, Edmond - 68-65--133

Mason Overstreet, Laverne - 70-67--137

Hayden Wood, Edmond - 69-69--138

Wells Padgett, Wichita - 72-66--138

Sam Jackson, Oklahoma City - 68-71--139

Ty Tamura, Edmond - 72-67--139

Logan Gore, Elk City - 69-71--140

Preston Lovett, Tishomingo - 68-73--141

Tyson Reeder, Edmond - 71-70--141

Zac Schaefer, Edmond - 71-70--141

Sam Humphreys, Edmond - 75-67--142

Carson Seals, Ardmore - 75-68--143

Clay Dobbins, Edmond - 72-71--143

Kason Cook, Hydro - 73-70--143

Thomas Ludwig, Norman - 70-73--143

Wesley Jackson, Fort Gibson - 72-71--143

Cody Burrows, Chickasha - 72-72--144

Drew Ison, Edmond - 72-72--144

Nick Pierce, Sallisaw - 71-73--144

Casey Bray, Owasso - 73-73--146

Cole Dillon, Manhattan, Kan. - 72-74--146

Dalton Daniel, Newcastle - 76-70--146

Cody Troutman, Edmond - 78-69--147

Trent Evans, Edmond - 72-75--147

Hunter Laughlin, Mangum - 72-76--148

McCain Schellhardt, Edmond - 71-77--148

Ty Stites, Sallisaw - 73-75--148

Cody Shore, Poteau - 76-73--149

Marc Kepka, Owasso - 72-77--149

Fisher Vollendorf, Fayetteville, Ark. - 79-72--151

Kyle Story, Edmond - 76-75--151

Matthew Henry, Pauls Valley - 74-77--151

Ryan Trousdale, Norman - 75-76--151

Braden Ricks, Shawnee - 76-76--152

Logan Smoak, Edmond - 73-79--152

Cooper Williamson, Tulsa - 80-73--153

Nick Auer, Wichita, Kan. - 76-77--153

Alan Joyal, Valley Center, Kan. - 79-75--154

Ethan Smith, Oklahoma City - 75-79--154

Turner Howe, Norman - 74-80--154

Connor Kesler, Ardmore - 82-73--155

Tripp Harris, Oklahoma City - 79-76--155

Austin Shanks, Wichita, Kan. - 76-80--156

Jordan Anderson, Andale, Kan. - 76-80--156

Reagan Bates, Norman - 79-77--156

Connor Mears, Norman - 80-77--157

Chandler Graham, Edmond - 79-79--158

Daniel Scott Wyatt, Edmond - 82-77--159

Alex Moore, Norman - 78-82--160

Logan Haney, Moore - 78-82--160

Freddie Wilson, Owasso - 80-81--161

Spencer Upton, Tishomingo, Oklahoma - 78-83--161

Hunter Sudberry, Ardmore - 82-81--163

Kyle Ray, Walters - 85-86--171

Ryne Beck, Oklahoma City - 86-85--171

Evan Speck, Newcastle - 94-79--173

Bailey Moon, Shawnee - 95-82--177

Kyle Burk, Edmond - 81-NS--NS

Boys 15-18

Colter Baca, Edmond - 67-73--140

Lane Wallace, Yukon - 69-72--141

Jared Strathe, Owasso - 74-72--146

Laken Hinton, Edmond - 76-76--152

Matthew Braley, Broken Arrow - 75-77--152

Nick O’Donnell, Oklahoma City - 78-74--152

Ryan Ward, Poteau - 74-80--154

Matthew Armstrong, Edmond - 79-77--156

Patrick Clowe, Ardmore - 78-78--156

Janson Reeder, Edmond - 79-78--157

Austin Kang, Edmond - 75-85--160

Josh Gentry, Shawnee - 76-89--165

Ethan Dawson, Edmond - 85-82--167

Dylan Faires, Oklahoma City - 96-87--183

Samuel Redenius, Choctaw - 119-110--229

Girls 12-18

Kaitlin Milligan, Norman - 69-71--140

Brinn Fariss, Oklahoma City (Santa Fe) - 70-71--141

Taylor Dobson, Broken Arrow - 70-72--142

Yujeong Son, Norman - 69-73--142

Sydney Youngblood, Durant - 75-73--148

Lexi Armon, Owasso - 74-77--151

Kailey Collier, Broken Arrow - 74-80--154

Elizabeth Freeman, Oklahoma City - 81-75--156

Hannah Ward, Poteau - 81-76--157

Madison Herron, Edmond - 79-78--157

Emily Folsom, Oklahoma City - 76-82--158

Liz Hargis, Ardmore - 76-82--158

Pauline Nguyen, Edmond - 79-79--158

Queen Marcela Pierre, Jenks - 79-80--159

Kaylee Neff, Yukon - 81-86--167

ShaeBug Scarberry, Purcell - 83-86--169

Ashley Moore, Edmond - 83-90--173

Talor Fisher, Shawnee - 88-86--174

Jordan Lee, Lawton - 87-88--175

Tori Plumley, Harrah - 90-88--178

Jordan Patterson, Chandler - 88-97--185

Lauren Barnes, Choctaw - 94-92--186

Reid Green, Stillwater - 96-95--191

Alyssa Wilson, Yukon - 101-96--197

Sydni Chilcoat, Ada - 99-109--208


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