LONE GROVE — When it comes to success in girls golf, Lone Grove’s Izzy Lette has had more than her fair share of it throughout high school.

LONE GROVE — When it comes to success in girls golf, Lone Grove’s Izzy Lette has had more than her fair share of it throughout high school.

Wednesday afternoon, she was able to add perhaps her proudest accomplishment thus far.

Signing to become a college athlete.

Surrounded by her friends, family, and multiple coaches, the Lady Horns senior standout made her future official as she signed her National Letter of Intent to play for the Lady Cougars of Redlands Community College in El Reno beginning in the fall of 2018.

“I’m very blessed to have the opportunity to go to the next level,” Lette said. “This is an amazing feeling for me. I’m going to be going to a great school with great coaches and a great program.”

“I wanted something small to start out with to help me grow as a person and a player,” Lette added about why she chose RCC. “I’ll also be close to home and this is going to help me when I decide to move on to something bigger in golf. God has done some great things in my life to have allowed me to do this, and I’m very thankful.”

Last season as a junior, Lette left another mark on a program she’s had a strong hand in helping grow.

During the Ardmore Invitational, Lette carded the lowest round in LGHS girls golf history with a 75, which was good enough to win the tournament as well.

To cap off a successful season, the Lady Horns managed to claim third overall as a team at the Class 3A girls state championships in Tahelquah while Lette finished in the top-10 with a ninth place finish in the individual standings with a 170, after shooting two rounds of 85.

She was also named to the 2017 All-Ardmoreite Girls Golf Team for her performances during the season.

Lette plans to begin her college studies majoring in elementary education and coaching with a minor in psychology.