Boys Varsity Golf · Boys Varsity Golf finishes 6th place at Sulphur Boys Golf – OSSAA State Tournament


  Place Points
Oklahoma Christian High School 1st 845
Christian Heritage Academy High School 2nd 850
Holland Hall School 3rd 890
Kingston High School 4th 901
Kingfisher High School 5th 936
Sulphur High School 6th 984
Mount Saint Mary Catholic High School 7th 988
Keys High School 8th 1003
Beggs High School 9th 1007
Idabel High School 10th 1009
Dickson High School 11th 1023
Sequoyah High School 12th 1028

The Sulphur Bulldog Boys Golf Team finished off a great season Tuesday at Trosper Park by finishing in 6th place in the 3A OSSAA State Tournament. Sulphur shot a team total of 335 on the first 18, finding themselves in 7th place after round one. The Dogs bounced back strong on the second 18, firing a 321 which put them in 6th place heading into the final round. Sulphur shot a 328 in the last round to hold on to 6th position. Dawson Padgett was the low finisher for the Bulldogs finishing in 34th place shooting scores of 82-79-78=239. Hunter Mann finished just one stroke behind in a tie for 35th with scores of 83-79-78=240. Other finishes/scores for the Bulldogs were:
T43 Jared Williams 82-83-85=250
T52 Mason Lance 88-84-87=259
T57 Dawson Hinson 91-80-92=263

72 golfers competed in the tournament from 24 different high schools from across the state. Oklahoma Christian School won the team State Championship with scores of 276-277-292=845. OU Commit Jaxon Dowell (OCS) won the Individual State Championship shooting 66-63-71=200.

Individual Top 10:
1. Jaxon Dowell (OCS) 66-63-71=200
2. Drew Goodman (CHA) 69-64-70=203
3. Logan McAllister (CHA) 69-66-71=206
4. Logan Brooks (Berryhill) 69-71-72=212
T5 Matthew O’steen (Kingston) 71-71-71=213
T5 Wesley Sachs (OCS) 67-72-74=213
7. Carson Tewell (OCS) 74-69-72=215
8. Parker Rose (Stigler) 70-69-78=217
T9 Jayden Jackson (Idabel) 74-73-71=218
T9 Peyton Burns (Kingfisher) 72-73-73=218

The Bulldogs finish the season with 2 wins at the Lone Grove Invitational and Sulphur Invitational, 4 second place finishes at Pauls Valley Invitational, Choctaw Invitational, Tishomingo Invitational, and Dickson Invitational, 2 third place finishes at Purcell and the Conference Tournament. Sulphur will return 4 of their top 5 golfers next season. Senior Jared Williams will continue his golfing career at the collegiate level at William Carey University.

“I was really happy for the guys to be able to reach so many of their goals this season. They worked really hard and improved tremendously as the season progressed. I’m most proud of how they represented our school by having great attitudes and maintaining their composure when things weren’t going their way. I really enjoyed coaching this team. They were a fun group.” – Coach T