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05/02/16 -

By BRIAN JOHNSON For The Ada News

 

Bolstered by three Top 10 finishes, the Ada High School girls golf team placed second in a Class 4A regional tournament which wrapped up Tuesday at the Oak Hills Golf and Country Club in Ada.

 

The runner-up finish enables the Lady Cougars to qualify for state for the third straight year and the fifth out of the last seven seasons.


 “Obviously, I’m happy for the team to qualify for the state tournament but disappointed we were just four strokes from winning our first ever regional,” said Ada head coach Ron Anderson. “I believe playing on our home course helped us, but I also think it added some extra pressure.”

 

Broken Bow claimed the regional title with a score of 382, which was four strokes better than the Lady Cougars, who ended up with a 386. Seminole was third at 390, as all three of those teams qualified for state.

 

Kendal Wilson claimed third place for Ada in the medalist race after registering a score of 87, which was just three strokes off the pace set by Tuttle’s Hallie Ward, who won by a card playoff over Broken Bow’s Mollie Pruett after both carded identical 84 scores. Seminole’s Bailey Baker was fourth with a 90, as the foursome earned individual medals.

 

“I’m proud of this team but especially proud of Kendal for finishing third as an individual. She’s worked so hard this season, and its showing in her consistency on the course,” Anderson said. “But maybe more important than her scores is that her senior leadership is becoming contagious with the rest of the team.”

 

The Lady Cougars’ Hanna Price took eighth place with a 96, and Meredith McGill ended 

up 10th with a 99. 

 

Ada’s Taylor Durr shot a 104 to finish in a tie for 14th place with two others, and teammate Lakshana Ramakrishan rounded out the Lady Cougar competitors with a 126. 

 

The Lady Cougars will compete in the Class 4A state tournament May 4-5 at the Lake Hefner Course in Oklahoma City. Eighteen holes will be played each day. 

 

“I hope we can perform as well as we did the last time we played at Lake Hefner during the 4A Preview (second place behind Fort Gibson),” said Anderson. “This is a great course for the tournament, and the girls really like playing there.” 

 

Wilson, McGill and Durr will be making their third straight state tournament appearance. 

 

Anderson praised the preparation of the Oak Hills staff for the regional. 

 

“Golf professional Gary Wilcox and staff at Oak Hills worked extra hours preparing the course for its first-ever girls golf regional,” Anderson said. “Windy conditions allowed for some high scores, but the course was in excellent condition.” 

 

“Obviously, I’m happy for the team to qualify for the state tournament but disappointed we were just four strokes from winning our first-ever regional.” 

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