Class 3A boys golf: OU commit Dowell shoots 66-63, leads by four shots | High School Sports

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma commit Jaxon Dowell made Trosper Golf Course look easy on Monday. The Oklahoma Christian School sophomore finished the first 36 holes of the Class 3A state tournament at 11 under par with a 129.

Dowell capped his first 18 with a 4-under 66, and he got better as the day went on with a 7-under 63 to own a four-stroke lead over Christian Heritage’s Drew Goodman (133, 69-64) heading into the final 18 holes on Tuesday.

OCS holds the team lead with a 553, 10 strokes better than Christian Heritage. Holland Hall is third at 596.

Class 3A Championship

At Trosper Golf Course, Oklahoma City

1. Oklahoma Christian 276-277—553

2. Christian Heritage 285-278—563

3. Holland Hall 299-297—596

4. Kingston 308-297—605

5. Kingfisher 317-307—624

7. Mount St Mary 337-321—658

9. Keys (Park Hill) 330-338—668

11. Claremore Sequoyah 341-342—683

12. Dickson 341-344—685

1. Jaxon Dowell, OCS 66-63—129

2. Drew Goodman, Chr. Heritage 69-64—133

3. Logan McAllister, Chr. Heritage 69-66—135

4. Parker Rose, Stigler 70-69—139

4. Wesley Sachs, OCS 67-72—139

6. Logan Brooks, Berryhill 69-71—140

7. Matthew Osteen, Kingston 71-71—142

8t. Carson Tewell, OCS 74-69—143

8t. Said Powers, OCS 69-74—143

10t. Peyton Burns, Kingfisher 72-73—145

10t. Colin Broermann, Holland Hall 70-75—145

Beggs: Logan Benton, 79-76—155; Bryce Couch, 79-79—158; Will Wise, 85-79—164; Grant Wise, 94-96—190; Jared Wise, 99-100—199

Byng: Logan Matthews, 69-71—140

Chisholm: Lane Smith, 98-86—184

Christian Heritage: Nic Rankin, 74-72—146; Brett Watson, 74-76—150; Christopher Johnson, 73-80—153

Claremore Sequoyah: Talon Funk, 73-75—148; Peyton Lane, 80-88—168; Zach Perry, 88-84—172; Cade Leonard, 100-95—195; Collin Tucker, 108-108—216

Dewey: Hayden Thornton, 85-83—168

Dickson: Chase Hightower, 78-79—157; Brandon Bell, 86-75—161; Kolby Turner, 85-98—183; Malique Smith, 92-92—184; Clancy Meeks, 120-119—239

Eufaula: Griffin Bradley, 77-79—156

Heavener: Braxton Sullivan, 76-77—156

Holland Hall: Bobby Hughes, 72-74—146; Alan Kalapura, 79-74—153; Ayden Korn, 79-74—153; Mason Lee, 78-87—165

Idabel: Jayden Jackson, 74-73—147; Browning Snider, 87-86—173; Jackson Armstrong, 88-89—177; McCain Wake, 86-93—179; Taylor Peters, 89-98—187

Keys (Park Hill): Alden Terrell, 71-80—151; Isaiah Allison, 85-80—165; Issac Latta, 79-87—166; Chad Pippin, 95-91—186; Dawson Davenport, 95-91—186

Kingfisher: Colby Campbell, 80-71—151; Caleb Cameron, 78-73—151; Logun Burnham, 87-90—177; Garrett States, 87-90—177

Kingston: Jesse Rouse, 75-74—149; RJ Weeks, 81-72—153; Trey Keatts, 87-80—167; Zac Meeks, 81-88—169

Lindsay: Seth Tucker, 75-75—150; Stephen Singleton, 77-79—156

Lone Grove: Taylor Pittman, 83-84—167

Mount St. Mary: Joey Lewis, 83-78—161; Max Garza, 87-74—161; Dalton Faires, 81-84—165; Ben Krodel, 86-85—171; Alec Harkey, 93-102—195

Oklahoma Christian: Bosten Benn, 74-73—147

OK Centennial: Matthew Mantle, 75-WD

Purcell: Hunter Askew, 76-84—160

Sulphur: Dawson Padgett, 82-79—161; Hunter Mann, 83-79—162; Jared Williams, 82-83—165; Dawson Hinson, 91-80—171; Mason Lance, 88-84—172

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