Lindsay champs

Members of the Byng Lady Pirates golf team pose with their trophy after winning the Lindsay Invitational last week. Pictured from left to right are: Ashton Johnson, Dani Manuel, Kiersten Prater, Paige Harjo and Rachel Wainscott.

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Ada Evening News

Thursday, April 1

BOYS

At Jenks Invitational

Emerald Falls Golf Course

Team Standings

1. Edmond Santa Fe    318

2. Bartlesville    321

3. Edmond Memorial    326

4. Deer Creek    329

5. Jenks #1    332

6. Broken Arrow    334

7. Ardmore #2    335

8. Ardmore #1    339

9. Cascia Hall    340

10. Tulsa Union #1    345

11. Owasso    349

12. Ada    355

13. Jenks #2    356

14. Sapulpa    362

15. Tulsa Union #2    363

16. Metro Christian    363

17. Tulsa Kelly    365

18. Holland Hall    369

19. Sand Springs    374

20. Ponca City    376

21. Muskogee    379

22. Enid    379

23. Sand Springs    380

24. Guthrie    WD

Ada Individual Results

18. Wyatt Robson    82

35. Justin Powell    86

69. Blake Long    93

82. Adam Gourley    94

86. Will Robson    99

COACHES QUOTE: “It was another very difficult day to score very well. The golf course is a very difficult course and we again fought 30 m.p.h. winds with gusts up to 40 m.p.h. I felt like our younger kids played very well, especially Wyatt Robson and Justin Powell. They both kept the big numbers to a minimum and both would have scored much better if they would have putted like they are capable of. Blake Long played well for the first 13 holes, then let things get away from him on the last five holes. I felt like we played better overall than we did at our last tournament which is encouraging. We still have a very long way to go, and my seniors are going to have to do much better if we are going to qualify for the state tournament, which will be held at Emerald Falls in May. Today was a good preview for state, now we just have to qualify. I think Adam Gourley is very close to putting a good round together, he just has to avoid the big wrecks that he is having on a few holes that are killing his scores. I know all the kids will continue to work hard and we will get better,” — Ada head coach Robbie Powell.

Up Next: Ada at Duncan Invitational Tuesday.

Thursday, April 1

BOYS

At Kingston Invitational

Team Standings

1. McAlester    321

2. Plainview    326

3. Idabel A    328

4. Dickson    333

5. Durant A    343

6. Tishomingo    344

7. Lone Grove    349

8. Idabel B    374

9. Byng    380

(tie) Kingston    380

11. Allen    384

(tie) Sulphur    384

13. Savanna    418

14. Madill    419

15. Latta    432

16. Durant B    446

Byng Individual Results

Justin Shannon    84

Kase Harris    88

Trevor Sutton    93

Dusty Keeling    115

NOTEWORTHY: Byng's Justin Shannon fired an 84 to lead the Pirates last Thursday at the Kingston Invitational played at the Chickasaw Pointe Golf Course. The Byng squad finished ninth (380) in the rugged field. Kase Harris was next for Byng, carding an 88. Plainview golfer Trae Wilkins won medalist honors with a 76 while the McAlester Buffaloes won the team title with a score of 321. Byng returns to action Tuesday at the Tecumseh Invitational on the Firelake Golf Course in Shawnee.

 

Wednesday, March 31

GIRLS

At Lindsay Tournament

Team Standings

1. Byng    399

2. Tuttle A    408

3. Bethany    410

4. Pauls Valley    428

5. Sulphur    470

6. Linday    474

7. Tuttle B    478

8. Tuttle C    506

Byng Individual Results

2. Ashton Johnson    92

4. Rachel Wainscott    99

8. Dani Manuel    101

Kiersten Prater    107

Peague Harjo    132

NOTEWORTHY: The Byng Lady Pirates had two players finish in the top five en route to capturing the team title at the Lindsay Tournament last week. Bethany’s Ramsey Brown shot a 90 for first place in the medalist race with Byng’s Ashton Johnson two strokes back in second at 92. Rachel Wainscott’s 99 — which included an eagle on the Par-5, No. 12 hole — was good enough for fifth place. Byng finished with a total score of 399, nine strokes ahead of second-place Tuttle at 408. Byng is back in action Thursday at the Atoka Trails Golf Club in a tournament hosted by the Allen Lady Mustangs.

Wednesday, March 31

GIRLS

At Okemah Invitational

Team Standings

1. Oktaha    347

2.  Bethel    389

3. Wagner    399

4. Latta    400

5. Bristow    412

6. New Lima    484

7. Allen    500

8. Morris    540

9. Kellyville    545

NOTEWORTHY: The Latta Lady Panthers placed fourth at the Okemah Invitational last week. The tournament was played in a team format using the Maxwell scoring system. Desiree Lyon paced the Panthers carding a 95 at the end of the day. Amber Smee placed 11th with a 99. The Lady Panthers next outing will be Thursday at the Allen Invitational Tournament held at the Atoka Trails Golf Course.

Top 10 Medalists

1. A. Day, New Lima    80               

2. B. Campbell, Oktaha    82

3. E. Fox, Oktaha    84

4. L. Blemlie, Dale    87

5. M. Fox, Oktaha    88

6. S. Brown, Wagner    90

7. C. Nichols, Oktaha    92

8. J. Humprey, Bethel    94

9. D. Lyon, Latta    95

10. M. Tucker, Bethel    95

Latta Individual Results

Desiree Lyon    47-48—95     

Amber Smee    49-50—99

Madison Snowden    53-48—101

Emily Estes    59-52—111

Teagan Tully    59-59—118

Samantha Barnes    72-78—150

Note: Barnes was entered as an individual.

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