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5th in Tish Latta golfers Emily Estes, Taylor Estes, Madison Snowden, Teagan Tully and Amber Smee placed fifth at the Tishomingo Invitational golf tournament on Tuesday.

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Ada Evening News

Tuesday, March 5


At Tishomingo Invitational

Tishomingo Golf Course

Team Standings

1. Tishomingo    378

2. Durant    382

3. Byng    383

4. Kingston    403

5. Latta    411

6. Sulphur    416

7. Davis    427

Latta Individual Results

Madison Snowden    46-48—94    

Teagan Tully    54-50—104

Amber Smee    50-56—106

Emily Estes    56-51—107

Taylor Estes    56-62—118

NOTEWORTHY: Latta’s Madison Snowden shot a 94, good enough for seventh place in the medalist race at the Tishomingo Invitational on Tuesday. The Lady Panthers finished fifth in the team standings. Host Tishomingo won the even by shooting a 378, while Durant followed at 382. The Byng Lady Pirates were a shot behind at 383, but no Byng indiviudal results were reported.

Up Next: Latta at New Lima Invitational today at Gil Morgan Golf Course in Wewoka.

Tuesday, March 5


Midwest City Bomber Tournament

At John Conrad in Midwest City

Team Standings

1. Mustang    351

2. Choctaw     359

3. Enid    362

Ada    473

Top Individuals

1. J. Tagert, Mustang    75

2. A. Mikish, Choctaw    78

3. L. Seay, Carl Albert    82

Ada Individual Results

Olivia Pruett    115

Charlesey YoungWolfe    118

Sami Jewett    120

Elisa Canfield    120

Michel Dickerson    122

NOTEWORTHY: Ada freshman Olivia Pruitt shot a season-best 115 at the Midwest City Bomber Tournament on Tuesday. Teammate Charlesey YoungWolfe was three strokes behind at 118. Senior leader Alanah Canfield missed the tournament due to illness. Mustang won the team title with a 351.

COACHES QUOTE: “Although our team score was higher than a week ago, I felt we made some unseen strides in the tournament. Alanah has been constantly scoring about ten strokes better than the rest of the team, and her not playing obviously made our team score higher than our last two tournaments. We have been working on course management in practice, and I’m seeing some improvement in that area.  But more improvement must be made around the green. We don’t compete in a tournament for another week, so we will spend 75 percent of our practice on those two areas,” — Ada head coach Ron Anderson.

  Up Next: Ada at Shawnee Tournament Tuesday at Firelake Golf Course.

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