While the early reports for Monday’s forecast called for rain in Ardmore, the Lone Grove Lady Horns golf team had a different outlook in mind.

While the early reports for Monday’s forecast called for rain in Ardmore, the Lone Grove Lady Horns golf team had a different outlook in mind.

Cloudy with a chance of winning.

Lone Grove’s “A” team managed to grab two of the top-five individual spots, as the Lady Horns won the Max Williamson Invitational tournament by three strokes over Durant Monday at the Lakeview Golf Course.

The Lady Horns managed to finish with a total of 349 for the tournament, with Durant finishing in second at 352.

Ardmore finished third overall with a 368, with Plainview in fourth at 372, followed by the Lone Grove “B” team at 434 and the Oklahoma School for the Deaf at 474.

A huge part of the Lady Horns title winning formula came because of the success of Izzy Lette and Destine Coffman.

Lette won the individual title with a 77 on the day, while Coffman claimed fourth overall with an 87. 

Madison Anderson shot a 90 for Lone Grove, with Megan Biber at 95 and Shelby Delano at 100.

Ardmore was represented in the team standings by Kalie Davis who led the Lady Tigers with an 89, followed by Katie Long with a 90, Maile Glaser at 93, Kacey Benson at 96 and Chloe Reasoner at 110. Erin Guynn and Bella Hamblin also represented Ardmore in the individual standings, shooting a 100 and 115 respectively. 

Carrie Hutchings led Plainview with an 88, which earned her fifth place overall in the individual standings.

Tory Townley shot a 92 for Plainview followed by Addison Youderian at 93, Jessica Zimmerman at 99 and Hunter Reding at 141. 

Representing the Lone Grove “B” team was Paige Anderson with a 92, followed by Hyden Eply and Ashley Brown each with a 113 and Courtney Spouce with a 116.

Oklahoma School for the Deaf was led by Grace Woodall with a 93, followed by Taylor Tweety at 118, Kaitlyn Bean at 131, Brittney Wimberly at 132, and Katie Johnson at 139.

Eli Osteen and Caroline Dowdy played for Kingston in the individual standings, with Osteen shooting n 84, which earned her third place overall. Dowdy shot a 119.

Jordan Goodman represented Sulphur in the tournament, shooting a 91 overall.