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4A high school state golf: Cascia Hall's Matt Braley finishes tied for third

4A high school state golf: Cascia Hall's Matt Braley finishes tied for third

OKLAHOMA CITY — Cascia Hall junior Matt Braley fired a 3-under-par 69 on Tuesday to finish tied for third at the Class 4A boys golf championships at Lake Hefner Golf Course.

Braley, who won medalist honors last year and was eighth as a freshman, helped Cascia, the defending team champion, to a seventh-place finish along with Metro Christian. Braley’s 69 was his best round of the three-round tournament.

OKC Heritage Hall ran away with the team title with a three-round total of 867, 45 strokes better than Ada.

Heritage Hall’s team total was the best state tournament total in the program’s history. The Chargers have won six championships since 2008.

Class 4A Championship

At Lake Hefner Golf Course, OKC

Par 72

Teams

1. OKC Heritage Hall 282-289-296—867

2. Ada 303-318-291—912

3. Poteau 296-307-310—913

4. Elk City 306-300-315—921

5. Elgin 316-316-309—941

6. Newcastle 304-316-322—942

7t. Cascia Hall 310-317-319—946

7t. Metro Christian 326-310-310—946

9. Hilldale 324-304-320—948

10. Cushing 314-328-330—972

11. Blanchard 324-326-328—978

12. Weatherford 330-341—340—1,011

Top Individuals

1. Dalton Daniel, Newcastle 68-65-67—200

2. William McDonald, OKC HH 71-69-71—211

3t. Brice Terry, Checotah 71-70-71—212

3t. Matt Braley, Cascia Hall 71-72-69—212

5. Brodey Claborn, Bethany 69-77-68—214

6t. VJ Bhupathiraju, OKC HH 67-74-74—215

6t. Ryan Ward, Poteau 71-71-73—215

8. Carson Sparkman, OKC HH 70-72-75—217

9. Grant Sikes, Hilldalle 75-69-75—219

10. Kaden Upton, Blanchard 76-72-71—219

Other scores

Ada: Reed Townsend, 72-79-77—222 Ben Pruitt, 74-81-73—228, Matthew Brown, 75-80,75—230 Sam Brown, 89-79-72—240, Ryan Hagar, 82-80-85—247.

Anadarko: Jerald Walker, 73-7684—233; Don Franklin, 76-79-78—233.

Bethany: Mason Hadley, 76-75-78—229

Blanchard: Isaac Maston 76-79-75—230; Mason Callaham 87-86-87—260; Mason Bannister 85-89-95—269; Ethan Weatherford 97-89-98—282.

Cache: Donovan Osborne, 75-76-72—223.

Cascia Hall: Sawyer Steinke, 75-8077—232; Geoffrey Escandor, 79-79-84—242; Trent Westbrook, 85-90-89—264; Patrick Pixley, 90-86-89—265.

Checotah: Zack Taylor, 76-73-73—222.

Cleveland: Jefferson Cook, 75-78-81—234.

Cushing: Ben Stokes 77-73-79—229; Jacob Grellner 75-77-77—229; Jackson Wharry, 81-88-84—253; Josh Pritchett 81-90-90—261; Michael Eubanks, 98-90-95—283.

Elgin: Keaton Halen, 76-75-79—230; Tanner Harris 78-79-78—235; Tanner Meraz, 79-80-77—236; William Hasenbeck 83-82-75—240; Cody Kubiak, 96-93-87—276.

Elk City: Conner Dewitt, Elk City 75-72-77-224; Colin Dyson 78-72-79—229; Baylar Barnett 75-76-81—232; Tate Trotter 78-80-78—236; John Hargues 80-90-87—257.

Fort Gibson: Cade Waltman, 94-97-85—276; Kennedy Cook, 108-88-100—296.

OKC Heritage Hall: Ben Thionnet, 74-74-79—227; Hardy Bowers 78-75-76—229.

Hilldale: Colby Cox, 80-76l-77—233; Kurrin Finch, 81-81-86—248; Caleb York, 88-78-82-248; Jeriah Stewart; 88-83-86—257.

Madill: Hayden Holder, 89-86-87—262.

Miami: Jack Osborn, 85-81-79—245.

Metro Christian: Asher Link, 76-73-74—223; Jake Brown, 77-75-72—224; Wyatt Richardson, 77-77-77—231; Zach Fields, 97-85-89—271; Garrett Hughes, 96-89-87—272.

Muldrow: Hudson Kindy, 72-75-78—225.

Newcastle: Ethan Speck 76-78-79—233; Connor Jones 76-83-85-244; Skyler Shurow 84-94-91-269; Casey O’Connor 109-90-91-290.

Oologah: Soulai Vang, 82-71-76—229.

Poteau: Bryson Terry, 76-73-75—224; Justin Coyle, 73-78-80-231; Jerry Loggains 76-8682-244; Luke Wheat, 94-85-83—262.

Tecumseh: Cole Hargis, 79-80-81—240.

Tuttle: Zander Tway, 75-77-73—225; Jackson Rowbottom, 73-76-80—229.

Weatherford: Jaxon Thomas, 79-78-80—237; Kaleb Selman, 83-89-84-256; Kamdyn Taunton, 80-87-92—259; Zac Kincannon, 88-88-87—263; Chase Anderson, 92-88-89-269.

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