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05/10/16 -

By BRIAN JOHNSON For The Ada News

 

The Ada High School girls’ golf team settled for a seventh-place finish Thursday as the Class 4A State Golf Tournament in great weather and solid course conditions at Lake Hefner South.

 

Senior Kendal Wilson led the way for the Lady Cougars with a tie for 18th place with two-round scores of 89-87 for a 176. 


Teammate Meredith McGill finished 25th with scores of 91 and 92 for a 183. Hannah Price, also of Ada, tied for 32nd place with a 93 and 102 for a 195 and Taylor Durr tied for 35th with a 103 and 94 for a 197. Lakshana Ramakrishan ended up with a 133 and 126 for a 259.

 

“The conditions were perfect for low scores on both days and we had some good and not-so-good rounds,” said Ada coach Ron Anderson. “Kendal and Meredith put two good rounds in each day, but Hannah, Taylor and Lakshana had two different performances from one day to the next, but that’s golf. One bad shot could lead to others and that’s what happened this week. I am, however, very proud of the girls, not just during the state tournament, but the entire season.”

 

Newcastle sophomore Chloe Black captured top medalist honors with a 71 and 75 for a 146, which was two strokes better than second-place Emilee Rigsby, of Ft. Gibson. Rigsby had back-to-back rounds of 74 for a 148. Rigsby had a hole-in-one on the par-three 17th hole in the second round.

 

Ft. Gibson captured the team championship with a 650, followed by Hilldale (664), Elk City (712), Seminole (740), Newcastle (743), Broken Bow (749), Ada (751), Clinton (766), Muldrow (812), Grove (823), Poteau (828) and Cushing (833).

 

It was the first time that Hilldale didn’t win the state title in three years.

 

The tournament marked the career finale for Wilson, a four-year starter.

 

“It will not be the same without her next season,” Anderson said. “She improved each season and not by accident. She was one of the hardest workers I’ve coaches. But equally, she was a competitor and that’s not something you can coach.

 

Meredith, Taylor, Hannah and Lakshana will return next season with another great experience as a state qualifier. With some additional young talent joining us, I expect an even better team next season.”

 

The Lady Cougars finished 37 shots better than a 10th place finish at state in 2015. 

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