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three freshman starters - could be poised for more to come. The Redskins outplayed defending champion Jenks by 23 shots, 641-664, with Broken Arrow a distant third at 677. Choctaw was fourth at 729, followed by Ponca City and Edmond North at 747. Union freshman Emma Allen put together consistent rounds of 78-77 in windy conditions on a Meadowbrook Country Club course that gave most of the young ladies fits. Allen was the only contestant to shoot two rounds in the 70s and she nearly forced a playoff with Jenks senior Alex Koch, who preserved her one-shot victory with a gritty 7-foot par putt on the 18th hole. Koch opened with a 73 but battled her way out of trouble to capture her seasonlong goal of winning the state championship. She tied for third a year ago.

Taylor Moore repeats as 6A champion.

Creek was a distant third.

Girls Class 4A

Tuttle had four players finish among the top 11 in cruising to the Class 4A title. Kendra Mann of Harrah won the individual crown by 11 shots over Hannah Ward of Poteau.

Girls Class 3A

Comanche posted a strong secon dround to pass Bethel for the 3A title at Dornick Hills in Ardmore. Chandler’s Caitlin Swisher won the individual title with scores of 82-77.

Girls Class 2A

Oktaha rolled to the team title as sophomore Kailey Campbell won the individual crown at Sugar Creek Canyon in Hinton. Campbell had a three-stroke lead going Girls Class 5A into the final round and was paired with One year after winning the Class 4A girls the other top finalists, Courtney Stuever of state golf title by 25 shots, the Fighting Irish Washington and Maci Arrington of Hinton. won the Class 5A state title by 26 shots at Campbell finished with a four-stroke win, Bailey Ranch in Owasso. while the team won by 59 strokes and set a McGuinness won the team title by 26 2A girls record for lowest stroke total at 665. strokes over Altus while Edmond Deer

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