The Edmond Sun


June 5, 2013

Owasso's Casey comes back to win OGA junior stroke play

EDMOND — Oklahoma Golf Association

Junior Boys & Girls Championship

Stroke Play

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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