North Golf

Edmond North’s boys golf roster earned their third consecutive 6A state championship, using both an individual state championship from Brock Polhill and two more top-10 finishes from Jordan Wilson and Blake Blaser.

BROKEN ARROW — North’s Brock Polhill won the 6A individual golf state championship on Tuesday, lifting Edmond North’s boys golf roster to an overall team championship and earning the school a sweep of the awards after the Lady Huskies garnished the same accomplishment last week.

This was the third straight title for North, 13th in the past 14 seasons, and 16th overall. The first championship was in 1994, the first year the school was open.

The Huskies had a team total of 881. The Owasso Rams were the runner-up at 896.  The Memorial Bulldogs came in third with 918. The Santa Fe Wolves tied for eighth with the Broken Arrow Tigers at 969.

Polhill  shot 71, 73 on Monday and then fired a 67 in the final round, completing a 211 overall score and winning the title by four strokes. Two of Polhill's teammates, Jordan Wilson (4th, 218) and Blake Blaser (8th, 226) also finished in the top ten.

Jordan Wilson (72, 70, 76) led after day one and wound up solo fourth. Blake Blaser (76, 76, 74) finished in a tie for eighth with four others, including Memorial's Cooper Wilguess (78, 71, 77).

Joey Nix had the best tournament for Santa Fe with rounds of 78, 76, and 76.  Shayne Patel and Trent Lutze both had three rounds in the 70s for the Bulldogs.

Patel (78, 76, 75) was consistent and Lutze was also steady with rounds of 74, 78, and 79.  Zane Heusel (80, 79, 75) and Luke Eisched (79, 79, 82) rounded out the scoring for Memorial.

Garrett Starkey and Walker Fuzzell finished with scores of 73, 87, 77 and 79, 76, 85, respectively, for the Huskies.

Other scores for the Wolves were Blake Mittasch (76, 82, 78), Kyle Ward (80, 82, 87), Sean Sweeney (91, 87, 83), and Landon Leek (84, 87, 91) .

The Deer Creek Antlers had a pair of individuals. Noah Kern shot 82, 81, 83 while Lane Whitsell finished with rounds of 84, 90, and 93.

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