The Edmond Sun


October 14, 2013

Bishop claims boys crown; Sadeghy takes over female division

OKLA. CITY — Jacob Bishop of Edmond topped all golfers with a69-64—133 Sunday to capture the Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour Championship at Lincoln Park Golf Club in Oklahoma City.

Ty Tamura, also from Edmond, came in just a shot back to finish second.

In girls competion, Edmond’s Alex Sadeghy cleared Durant’s Sydney Youngblood by nine strokes as she cruised home to the title. Sadeghy plays school golf at McGuinness High School in Oklahoma City.


Tour Championship

October 12-13, 2013

Lincoln Park Golf Club - East

Oklahoma City

Final Results

Boys 15-18

Jacob Bishop, Edmond - 69-64—133

Ty Tamura, Edmond - 70-64—134

Thomas Johnson, Norman - 69-65—134

Cole Dillon, Manhattan, Kan. - 67-68—135

Quade Cummins, Weatherford - 66-71—137

Sam Humphreys, Edmond - 72-65—137

Fisher Vollendorf, Fayetteville, Ark. - 69-70—139

Chris Roden, Owasso - 69-71—140

Drew Ison, Edmond - 67-73—140

Ethan Smith, Oklahoma City - 69-71—140

Mason Overstreet, Laverne - 71-69—140

Dustin Hasley, Piedmont - 72-69—141

Garrett McDaniel, Shawnee - 71-70—141

Griffin Pierce, Edmond - 72-69—141

Casey Bray, Owasso - 70-73—143

Cody Troutman, Edmond - 75-69—144

John Bonaobra, Broken Arrow - 71-73—144

Cody Burrows, Chickasha - 73-72—145

Cody Shore, Poteau - 72-73—145

Connor Neil, Springdale, Ark. - 73-72—145

Kyle Story, Edmond - 77-69—146

Casey Paul, Owasso - 76-71—147

Preston Lovett, Tishomingo - 72-75—147

Brody King, Tulsa - 76-72—148

Kason Cook, Hydro - 75-73—148

Chandler Graham, Edmond - 72-77—149

Clay Dobbins, Edmond - 74-75—149

Marc Kepka, Owasso - 77-72—149

Braden Ricks, Shawnee, Okla. - 74-76—150

Clayton Keck, Tulsa - 77-73—150

Trent Evans, Edmond - 78-72—150

Girls 12-18

Alexis Sadeghy, Edmond - 66-67—133

Sydney Youngblood, Durant - 75-67—142

Kathryn Goodwin, Tulsa, Okla. - 76-69—145

Kailey Collier, Broken Arrow - 72-75—147

Hannah Ward, Poteau - 77-71—148

Taylor Dobson, Broken Arrow - 73-75—148

Lexi Armon, Owasso - 76-74—150

Kenzie Wright, Frisco - 78-73—151

Taylor Boylan, Tulsa - 75-76—151

Emily Folsom, Oklahoma City - 78-74—152

Madison Herron, Edmond - 72-80—152

Mackenzie Medders, Tulsa - 74-79—153

Elizabeth Freeman, Oklahoma City - 79-78—157

Queen Marcela Pierre, Jenks - 77-80—157

Liz Hargis, Ardmore - 76-84—160

Julia Dierker, Bixby - 77-85—162

Kaylee Neff, Yukon - 77-85—162

Shannen Stewart, Broken Arrow - 81-81—162

Pauline Nguyen, Edmond - 83-80—163

ShaeBug Scarberry, Purcell - 84-79—163

Jordan Patterson, Chandler - 89-84—173

Liz Bollinger, Owasso - 95-84—179

Lauren Barnes, Choctaw - 95-86—181

Rachel Fogleman, Broken Arrow - 80-WD--WD

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