Once again when it mattered most, the Plainview Lady Indians golf team showed they are a class above the rest.

Once again when it mattered most, the Plainview Lady Indians golf team showed they are a class above the rest.

The Lady Indians had no trouble defending their regional championship on Tuesday, as they booked their place at the state championship tournament, winning the title at Lake Murray Golf Course in Ardmore with a total combined score of 301.

Pauls Valley was the second closest team in the standings at 389.

Katie Finley won the regional championship in the individual standings with a 69, followed by Adeline Norton who placed second overall with a 75.

Reagan Chaney shot a 78, which brought her third overall for the tournament, with Hallie Schultz at 79, earning her fourth overall. Lindyn Ross shot an 87 for the tournament.

The Ardmore Lady Tigers also qualified for the state tournament as a team, shooting a 403 overall.

Katie Long led the way with a 95, followed by Kacy Benson with a 99.

Maile Glaser shot a 104, with Eryn Guynn at 105 and Kalie Davis at 107.

Madill was represented in the tournament by Mackenzie Griffith at 145 and Maddison Grant at 147.

The state tournament will take place May 2-3 at the Lake Hefner South Golf Course in Oklahoma City for Class 4A.