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July 11, 2013

Evans wires field in Norman

NORMAN — Edmond’s Trent Evans led from start to finish in the Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour’s Kickoff Classic, leading after day one with a sparkling 69 and cruising home to the finish line with an overall 140 to hold off Norman’s Thomas Johnson by a pair of strokes Tuesday at Jimmie Austin Golf Club.

Edmond’s Griffin Pierce shot a couple of 74s to wind up in fourth place in the 15-18 boys division. Evans played high school golf at Edmond Memorial and Pierce was part of Edmond North’s state championship team.

Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour

Kickoff Classic

July 8-9

Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club

Norman

Final Results

Boys 12-14

Dalton Daniel, Newcastle, Oklahoma - 70-72--142

Lane Wallace, Yukon, Oklahoma - 76-77--153

Colter Baca, Edmond, Okla. - 77-80--157

Jared Strathe, Owasso, Oklahoma - 80-77--157

Patrick Clowe, Ardmore, Okla. - 81-79--160

Dakota Clark, Owasso, Okla. - 87-76--163

Nick O'Donnell, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  - 82-82--164

Mitchell Ross, Norman, Okla. - 85-83--168

Matt Geurin, Edmond, Okla. - 85-86--171

Logan McAllister, Oklahoma City, Okla. - 84-88--172

William McDonald, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  - 85-91--176

Parker Milligan, Norman, Oklahoma - 97-83--180

Boys 15-18

Trent Evans, Edmond, Okla. - 69-71--140

Thomas Johnson, Norman, Okla. - 72-70--142

Cody Shore, Poteau, Okla. - 70-75--145

Griffin Pierce, Edmond, Okla. - 74-74--148

Nick Pierce, Sallisaw, Okla. - 72-78--150

Quade Cummins, Weatherford, Okla. - 76-74--150

Mason Overstreet, Laverne, Okla. - 73-78--151

Garrett McDaniel, Shawnee, Okla. - 74-79--153

Casey Paul, Owasso, Okla. - 80-74--154

Austin Eckroat, Edmond, Okla. - 83-72--155

Ethan Smith, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  - 80-75--155

Jacob Bishop, Edmond, Oklahoma - 79-76--155

Sam Humphreys, Edmond, Okla. - 77-78--155

Tyson Reeder, Edmond, Okla. - 79-76--155

Hunter Austin, Norman, Okla. - 79-77--156

Dylan Igo, Mustang, Oklahoma - 81-76--157

Matthew Henry, Pauls Valley, Okla. - 76-81--157

Turner Howe, Norman, Oklahoma  - 81-76--157

Dustin Hasley, Piedmont, Oklahoma - 82-76--158

Brennan Fanning, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 83-76--159

Carson Seals, Ardmore, Okla. - 90-70--160

Ryan Roberts, Edmond, Okla. - 77-83--160

Clayton Keck, Tulsa, Oklahoma - 79-82--161

Navid Majidi, Tulsa, Oklahoma - 83-78--161

Zac Schaefer, Edmond, Okla. - 79-82--161

Brandon Strathe, Owasso, Okla. - 80-82--162

Brian Dick, Shawnee, Okla. - 81-81--162

Chandler Graham, Edmond, Oklahoma - 82-80--162

Ty Stites, Sallisaw, Okla. - 79-83--162

Asher Owen, Norman, Oklahoma - 83-80--163

August Frank, Edmond, Okla. - 81-83--164

Reagan Bates, Norman, Oklahoma - 79-85--164

John-Crawford Counts, Okc, Okla. - 83-82--165

Ryan Trousdale, Norman, Okla. - 88-77--165

Andrew McDonald, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  - 83-83--166

Beau Turrentine, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 84-82--166

Connor Houston, Tulsa, Okla. - 89-77--166

Quinton Tews, Edmond, Okla. - 86-81--167

Kyle Burk, Edmond, Oklahoma - 80-88--168

Tripp Harris, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 85-83--168

Logan Smoak, Edmond, Okla. - 89-80--169

Brendan Duke, Edmond, Okla. - 84-86--170

Marc Kepka, Owasso, Okla. - 82-88--170

Sam Jackson, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 87-83--170

Casey Bray, Owasso, Okla. - 92-79--171

Jordan Renner, Edmond, Oklahoma - 84-89--173

Kyle Story, Edmond, Oklahoma - 84-89--173

Freddie Wilson, Owasso, Okla. - 85-89--174

Garrett Hobbs, Edmond, Oklahoma - 91-83--174

Bryce Wheeler, Norman, Oklahoma - 93-82--175

Drew Williams, Tulsa , Okla. - 87-88--175

Cooper Little, Ardmore, Okla. - 90-87--177

Lance Gregory, Moore, Oklahoma - 93-84--177

Holden Young, Norman, Okla. - 90-89--179

Brennan Montgomery, Bristow, Okla. - 88-92--180

Bryce Fanning, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 95-91--186

Joshua Moore, Broken Arrow, Okla. - 92-94--186

Daniel Wyatt, Edmond, Okla. - 103-86--189

Reno Muggli, Lane, Oklahoma - 120-98--218

Cody Burrows, Chickasha, Okla. - 86-WD--WD

John Zuk, Oklahoma City, Okla. - 137-NS--NS

 

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