Plainview, Lone Grove and Sulphur each qualified for regional play at the Class 3A regional qualifier on Monday.


Plainview, Lone Grove and Sulphur each qualified for regional play at the Class 3A regional qualifier on Monday.

The Indians led the charge with a round of 300 as a team, 13 strokes better than second-place Pauls Valley.

The 300 was the best score Plainview has shot at Brent Bruehl Golf Course, and the second-best round of the year for the Indians. Lone Grove shot 321 as a team for third place and Sulphur was sixth with a 337.

“We’re playing well. We still thnk we can play better,” Plainview coach Buddy Capps said. “Will (Roberts) kinda worked out a couple of glitches in his game and had a great day today. And we again had good balance; just anther sign of our depth.”

Plainview’s Will Roberts was the individual winner, shooting a 1-over par 72. Lone Grove’s Bryce Newton was second with a 73.

Plainview had four players finish in the top 10 to Pauls Valley’s three. Trae Wilkins tied for fourth with a 75, Nate Hoben tied for sixth (76) and Haden Coffey carded a seventh-place 77.

Lone Grove’s Aaron Rizzo placed in the top 10 with a 78, good for a three-way tie for eighth. Dickson’s Jamie Reed qualified for the regional tournament as an individual with an 80, as did three Kingston players in Daniel Shipp (89), Jake Anderson (91) and Scotty Jones (92).