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September 30, 2013

Sadeghy wins Best of West on playoff

OKLA. CITY — Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour

Jimmys Egg Lincoln Park Best of the West

Lincoln Park Golf Club — West

September 28-29, 2013

Final Results

Girls 12-18

Alexis Sadeghy, Edmond - 69-75--144 (won playoff)

Yujeong Son, Norman - 73-71--144

Sydney Youngblood, Durant - 77-69--146

Taylor Dobson, Broken Arrow - 75-71--146

Hannah Ward, Poteau - 75-72--147

Kaitlin Milligan, Norman - 75-76--151

ShaeBug Scarberry, Purcell - 75-77--152

Emily Folsom, Oklahoma City - 78-76--154

Kailey Collier, Broken Arrow - 80-7 4--154

Mackenzie Medders, Tulsa - 80-74--154

Kaylee Neff, Yukon - 76-82--158

Pauline Nguyen, Edmond - 83-75--158

Madison Herron, Edmond - 85-79--164

Queen Marcela Pierre, Jenks - 85-84--169

Nicole Nguyen, Edmond - 87-84--171

Rachel Fogleman, Broken Arrow - 89-82--171

Ashley Moore, Edmond - 84-92--176

Elizabeth Freeman, Oklahoma City - 89-87--176

Jordan Lee, Lawton - 95-89--184

Tori Plumley, Harrah - 98-102--200

Boys 12-14

Lane Wallace, Yukon - 69-69--138

Logan McAllister, Oklahoma City - 72-73--145

Colter Baca, Edmond - 72-76--148

Janson Reeder, Edmond - 73-76--149

Jared Strathe, Owasso, Oklahoma - 73-79--152

Matthew Braley, Broken Arrow - 76-76--152

Austin Kang, Edmond - 74-79--153

Dakota Clark, Owasso - 80-75--155

Ryan Ward, Poteau - 82-75--157

Patrick Clowe, Ardmore - 81-80--161

Matt Geurin, Edmond - 81-83--164

Matthew Armstrong, Edmond - 87-78--165

Ethan Dawson, Edmond - 89-87--176

Dylan Faires, Oklahoma City- 90-93--183

Ben Thionnet, Edmond - 100-100--200

Boys 15-18

Thomas Johnson, Norman - 68-69--137

Mason Overstreet, Laverne - 68-70--138

Quade Cummins, Weatherford - 71-67--138

Ty Tamura, Edmond - 70-68--138

Hayden Wood, Edmond - 71-68--139

Tyson Reeder, Edmond - 67-72--139

Drew Ison, Edmond - 69-71--140

Sam Stevens, Wichita, Kan. - 73-67--140

Sam Humphreys, Edmond - 70-71--141

Cody Troutman, Edmond - 70-72--142

Dustin Hasley, Piedmont - 75-67--142

Ethan Smith, Oklahoma City - 72-70--142

Thomas Ludwig, Norman - 69-73--142

David Trimble, Oklahoma City - 69-74--143

Asher Owen, Norman - 77-67--144

Clayton Keck, Tulsa, Oklahoma - 74-70--144

Preston Lovett, Tishomingo- 71-73--144

Wesley Jackson, Fort Gibson - 72-72--144

Austin Eckroat, Edmond - 71-74--145

Carson Seals, Ardmore - 73-72--145

Cody Burrows, Chickasha - 76-69--145

Connor Neil, Springdale, Ark. - 72-74--146

Jacob Bishop, Edmond - 75-71--146

Caleb Haight, Wichita, Kan. - 74-73--147

Hunter Laughlin, Mangum - 73-74--147

Daniel Langley, Shawnee - 75-74--149

Kason Cook, Hydro - 76-73--149

Turner Howe, Norman - 76-73--149

Dalton Daniel, Newcastle - 77-73--150

Sam Jackson, Oklahoma City - 79-72--151

Dalton Rhoden, Ft. Gibson - 74-78--152

Nick Auer, Wichita, Kan. - 75-77--152

Braden Ricks, Shawnee, - 80-73--153

Clay Dobbins, Edmond - 80-73--153

Jordan Anderson, Andale, Kan. - 76-77--153

Kaleb Houser, Tulsa - 74-79--153

Matthew Henry, Pauls Valley - 74-79--153

Joshua Moore, Broken Arrow - 81-73--154

Brett Hagan, Edmond - 79-76--155

Chance Blake Koon, Midwest City - 80-75--155

Drew Stark, Oklahoma City - 76-79--155

John-Crawford Counts, Oklahoma City - 79-76--155

McCain Schellhardt, Edmond - 78-77--155

Ty Howell, Norman - 74-81--155

Hunter Austin, Norman - 83-73--156

Chandler Graham, Edmond - 79-78--157

Alan Joyal, Valley Center, Kan. - 79-81--160

Austin Shanks, Wichita, Kan. - 81-79--160

Reagan Bates, Norman - 84-76--160

Brendan Duke, Edmond - 82-79--161

Mikey Roberts, Lawton - 76-86--162

Ryne Beck, Oklahoma City - 84-78--162

Jack Barrick, Shawnee - 79-86--165

Daniel Scott Wyatt, Edmond - 84-83--167

Kyle Ray, Walters - 84-85--169

Evan Speck, Newcastle - 86-85--171

Mason Crook, Norman - 82-89--171

Holden Young, Norman - 88-86--174

Tripp Harris, Oklahoma City - 85-WD--WD

Wells Padgett, Wichita, Kan. - 77-WD--WD



 

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