These days it almost seems as Oklahoma City has become like a second home for the Plainview Lady Indians golf team.
Monday afternoon the Lady Indians offered a possible preview of what could happen in a couple weeks time, as they claimed the overall title at the State Preview Tournament from the Lake Hefner South golf course in Oklahoma City.
Ironically enough, the Class 4A state girls golf tournament will take place at this same course on May 3.
Plainview ran away with the overall title with an overall team score of 318 for the competition.
Once again, leading the charge for the Lady Indians with her second straight individual title was Katie Finley, who shot a 69 for the tournament.
Addie Norton also placed in the top-10 individually, placing 6th overall with a 77 for the tournament.
Hallie Schultz carded an 81, putting her in the 10th spot overall for the day.
D.A. Smith put in another solid round, making her the fourth Lady Indians player to shoot below 90, with an 88 for the day.
Kaitlyn Vaughn finished with a 92 for the tournament, with Tory Townley also shooting a 91 for the tournament.
Elk City took second overall as a team with a total score of 322, with Hilldale close behind in third at 323.
Next up for the Lady Indians will be the regional championship next Tuesday from the Jimmy Austin Golf Course in Seminole.