TURNER — With the Lake Country Conference tournaments featuring both girls and boys teams simultaneously on Wednesday, the Plainview Indians and Lady Indians decided to do what they do best together.

TURNER — With the Lake Country Conference tournaments featuring both girls and boys teams simultaneously on Wednesday, the Plainview Indians and Lady Indians decided to do what they do best together.

Win titles.

Plainview managed to win both overall titles in the boys and girls tournaments at Falconhead Resort and Country Club in Turner, as the Lady Indians claimed their second title this week and fourth in a row, while the Indians added yet another trophy to their collection this season.

The Lone Grove Lady Horns also walked away with hardware, earning second overall, while the Kingston Redskins took second in the boys division.

All five members of the Plainview girls team placed in the top-five of the individual standings, with Katie Finley leading the way at 69, claiming the individual title. Adeline Norton was close behind at 71, which gave her second overall.

Hallie Schultz finished fourth overall with an 85, with Regan Chaney eighth overall with a 90, and Lindyn Ross ninth overall with a 91 for a team total of 315.

Lone Grove was led by Izzy Lette who shot a 78 for the tournament, earning her third overall. Shelby Delano finished with a 95, while Madison Anderson and Destine Coffman each shot a 99. Megan Biber shot a 104, giving Lone Grove a team total of 371.

Paige Anderson and Hayden Eply each represented Lone Grove as individuals, with the pair shooting 103 and 104 respectively. 

Kingston’s girls were represented by Emi O’Steen with an 89, giving her seventh overall and Caroline Dowdy who shot a 121.

The Dickson Lady Comets finished with a 397 for the tournament, with Maisie Liddell shooting an 87, which earned her fifth overall.

Parker Garrett finished with a 97, followed by Baylie Hughes with a 104, Brylie DeWitt with a 109, Machelle Woods at 124 and Madison Cimo at 135.

The Davis Lady Wolves were represented by Emme Terrell at 124 and Cloee Graham at 125.

Maddison Grant shot a 140 for Madill in the tournament.

Sulphur’s girls were represented by Jordan Goodman, who shot a 94 to earn her 10th overall in the tournament, followed by Emilee Handy with a 114.

Tishomingo was led by Bailee Barnes with a 94, followed by Natacea Harcrow, Kristen Lovett, and Rylee Hughes each with a 97.

Jadyn Hook shot a 110 for the Tishomingo girls. 

In the boys division, Saxon Ross led Plainview with a 76, giving him the individual title, followed by Blake Woerz who shot a 78 and earned second overall.

Tyler Neher shot an 81, earning him fourth overall followed by Hunter Sietz with an 84, giving him fifth overall. 

Zac Strader shot a 91 for Plainview, giving the Indians a team total of 319.

Sulphur’s boys shot a 351 on the day led by Jared Williams (86), which earned him sixth overall. Dawson Padgett and Mason Lance each shot an 88, with Dawson Hinson at 89, and Hunter Mann at 92. 

The Dickson Comets finished with a 355, with Brandon Bell and Kolby Turner both shooting an 87, which earned them a tie for seventh place.

Chase Hightower shot an 89, with Malique Smith at 92, and Clancy Meeks at 125. 

Kingston’s boys team finished with a 347, led by Matthew O’Steen in third overall with an 80, followed by Jesse Rouse with an 88 in 10th overall. RJ weeks also shot an 88, with Trey Keatts carding a 91, and Drew Capps at 104. Connor Short played an individual and finished with a 104. 

The Lone Grove Longhorns shot a 414 for the tournament, with Taylor Pittman leading the way with a 95, followed by Adam Coleman with a 104, Logan Tucker at 106, Tyler Eaves at 109, and Jack Ramon at 115. 

Trey Davidson represented Davis as an individual shooting a 102.

Madill was represented in the tournament by Casey Jones, Jacob Massey and Isaac Eades who shot 93, 112 and 118 respectively.

Tishomingo finished with a team score of 369, with Rob Imotichey leading the way with an 88, giving him ninth overall. Lane House shot an 89, with Macen Marriss at 95, Camden Cabaniss at 97, and Quade Hays at 106.