Oklahoma Golf Association
Junior Boys & Girls Championship
Kickingbird Golf Club
June 3-6, 2013
Final Results of stroke play (June 4)
Casey Paul, Owasso, Okla. - 69-66--135
Quade Cummins, Weatherford, Okla. - 71-66--137
Zac Schaefer, Edmond, Okla. - 69-69--138
Hayden Wood, Edmond, Okla. - 71-68--139
Sam Humphreys, Edmond, Okla. - 71-68--139
Austin Eckroat, Edmond, Okla. - 68-74--142
Trent Evans, Edmond, Okla. - 72-71--143
Griffin Pierce, Edmond, Okla. - 69-75--144
Thomas Johnson, Norman, Okla. - 73-72--145
Clay Dobbins, Edmond - 70-75--145
Brett Hagan, Moore, Okla. - 74-72--146
Alexander Hughes, Tulsa, Okla. - 75-72--147
Drew Ison, Edmond, Okla. - 74-73--147
Lance Gregory, Moore, Oklahoma - 76-73--149
Lane Wallace, Yukon, Oklahoma - 74-75--149
Jacob Bishop, Edmond - 73-76--149
Wyatt Fuzzell, Edmond - 73-76--149
Daniel Langley, Shawnee, Ok. - 78-72--150
Carson Seals, Ardmore, Okla. - 75-75--150
Cody Burrows, Chickasha, Okla. - 75-76--151
Ty Tamura, Edmond, Okla. - 75-76--151
Quinton Tews, Edmond, Okla. - 75-77--152
Luke Flesner, Choctaw, Okla. - 74-78--152
Dustin Hasley, Piedmont, Oklahoma - 79-74--153
Logan Smoak, Edmond, Okla. - 77-76--153
Navid Majidi, Tulsa, Oklahoma - 77-76--153
Ryan Roberts, Edmond, Okla. - 77-76--153
Wyatt Robson, Ada, Okla. - 75-78--153
Kyle Story, Edmond, Oklahoma - 75-78--153
Gavin Mastell, Oklahoma City, Okla. - 74-79--153
Cody Troutman, Edmond, Okla. - 80-74--154
Clayton Keck, Tulsa, Oklahoma - 78-76--154
Jack Woolslayer, Tulsa, Oklahoma - 77-77--154
Chandler Graham, Edmond, Oklahoma - 74-80--154
Brett Tyndall, Jenks, Okla. - 74-80--154
Freddie Wilson, Owasso, Okla. - 79-76--155
Andrew McDonald, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 77-78--155
Jacob Stoller, Owasso, Okla. - 76-79--155
Rhett Bechtel, Edmond, Oklahoma - 76-79--155
Jordan Renner, Edmond, Oklahoma - 75-80--155
Garrett Jelley, Tulsa, Okla. - 74-81--155
Cole Matthews, Edmond, Okla. - 74-81--155
Clark Killion, Owasso, Okla. - 76-80--156
Braden Ricks, Shawnee, Okla. - 73-83--156
Blake Long, Ada, Okla. - 79-78--157
Kyle Burk, Edmond - 79-78--157
Colter Baca, Edmond, Okla. - 79-79--158
Hunter Austin, Norman, Okla. - 78-80--158
Justin Moore, Broken Arrow, Okla. - 79-79--158
Ethan Smith, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 75-83--158
August Frank, Edmond, Okla. - 80-79--159
David Trimble, Oklahoma City - 79-80--159
Connor Mears, Norman, Okla. - 79-81--160
Matthew Henry, Pauls Valley, Okla. - 79-81--160
Garrett Hobbs, Edmond, Oklahoma - 88-79--167
Noah Russell, Owasso, oklahoma - 86-81--167
Tyler Shelnutt, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma - 84-84--168
Hunter Hart, Owasso, Okla. - 84-85--169
Daniel Wyatt, Edmond, Okla. - 89-81--170
McCain Schellhardt, Edmond, Oklahoma - 82-91--173
Blake Parr, Tulsa, Oklahoma - 81-NS--NS
Brody King, Tulsa, Okla. - 79-WD--WD
Marla Souvannasing, Tulsa, Okla. - 72-70--142
Kailey Campbell, Oktaha, Okla. - 75-68--143
Alexis Sadeghy, Edmond - 73-71--144
Anna Mikish, Choctaw , Oklahoma - 71-75--146
Kina Boone, Choctaw, Okla. - 81-74--155
Emily Folsom, Oklahoma City, Okla. - 81-76--157
Raegan Barnes, Choctaw, Okla. - 80-77--157
Baylee Price, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma - 81-77--158
Allison Sell, Edmond , Okla. - 79-79--158
Liz Hargis, Ardmore, Okla. - 79-80--159
Emilee White, Duncan, Okla. - 85-78--163
Madison Herron, Edmond - 84-79--163
Kaylee Neff, Yukon , Okla. - 84-79--163
Shannen Stewart, Broken Arrow, Okla. - 79-86--165
Nicole Nguyen, Edmond, Okla. - 82-88--170
Bekah Goodwin, Jones, Okla. - 84-89--173
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Oklahoma City University clobbered St. Gregory’s 12-3 on Sunday at Jim Wade Stadium supported by three runs batted in by freshman Jared Baker out of Edmond North High School.
Ryan Wright, a junior from Fruitland, Idaho, drove in four runs while going 3-for-5 with a double and his first home run with OCU. The Stars, ranked fifth in NAIA baseball, improved to 14-3, 6-0 in the Sooner Athletic Conference.
Deer Creek boys make state; Bulldogs eliminated by Owasso
The Deer Creek Antlers made a run on Durant in the third quarter of a Class 5A area consolation championship game that thrusted Deer Creek into the state tournament for the first time since 1997.
The Antlers, 18-9, got up on the Lions by six points in the third and then held the ball, thus forcing Durant to come out of its zone en route to a 54-45 win.
Led by Conner Avants’ 26 points, 12 rebounds and three blocked shots, Deer Creek got some easy scores going against the Lions’ pressure in the fourth.
Antler Tyler Haddock added 16 points and five rebounds and teammate Brett Valentine contributed eight points.
UCO fights to MIAA championship; falls to Missouri Southern
A spirited postseason run came to an abrupt ending for Central Oklahoma in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Tournament finals Sunday afternoon in Kansas City, Mo.
The depth-challenged Bronchos played just six players and fatigue played a factor in the second half as Missouri Southern claimed an 84-72 victory to capture the league’s automatic berth into the NCAA Division II national tournament.
Fifth-seeded UCO, playing for the third straight day, fell to 20-10 and is doubtful to earn an at-large bid into the playoffs when the full 64-team field is announced late Sunday night. The Lions improved to 24-5.
The Bronchos led 40-39 at halftime, but missed five straight shots during a key second-half stretch when Missouri Southern stretched a 45-44 lead to double digits at 54-44 with 14:21 remaining and UCO never got closer than eight the rest of the way.
Putnam North fires back in second half
The Lady Bulldogs of Edmond Memorial kept their heart beating by downing Bartlesville 48-42 Thursday night in an area consolation contest, but the momentum came to an abrupt stop Saturday afternoon in the consolation championship at Catoosa High School. Putnam North ended Memorial’s season with a 46-31 decision.
Deer Creek loses nail-biter; Memorial boys fall to Tulsa Union
The Deer Creek Antlers were just seconds away from entering the Class 5A state tournament, but Del City’s Brett Cannon scored on a reverse layup on a back-door move with one second left to down Deer Creek 47-45 in overtime in an area championship contest at Catoosa High School.
“We’re playing really well,” Antler skipper Matt Bailey said following the nail-biter. “They got us with the last shot in overtime.”
Deer Creek will face the winner of the McAlester/Durant game Saturday at 6:30 at Sapulpa High School in the area consolation title game with a trip to the big dance on the line.
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Oklahoma Christian’s Shea Coats was honored Tuesday as the National Christian College Athletic Association’s softball pitching student-athlete of the week.
Coats, a freshman from Tuttle, was honored for her performance as the Lady Eagles won two of three games last weekend at Texas-Permian Basin. Coats threw a complete-game 1-hitter to lead Oklahoma Christian to a 3-0 win in the series opener, then threw two perfect innings in relief to earn the save as the Lady Eagles took the series finale 6-2.
In her nine innings of work, Coats struck out 11 batters while walking four. She currently ranks fifth in the Heartland Conference in strikeouts with 46, in 43 innings of work.
She is the first OC softball player to win a NCCAA weekly award this season.
Broncho Gibbs stacks up honors
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The 6-5 senior forward is averaging 20.7 points, 11.3 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.2 steals a game .
Gibbs, who leads the league in rebounds and ranks third in scoring, has had 17 double-doubles this season. He’s also second in the MIAA in 3-pointers per game with 2.4, having made 66 treys while shooting 38.8 percent from beyond the arc.
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