While the weather might have been delightful earlier this week at the boys golf state tournament, the competition was anything but for Sulphur, Dickson and Turner.

While the weather might have been delightful earlier this week at the boys golf state tournament, the competition was anything but for Sulphur, Dickson and Turner.

The Bulldogs managed to place sixth overall at the Class 3A state tournament, while the Comets finished 11th overall at the Trosper Park Golf Course in Oklahoma City.

Sulphur totaled 984 for its three rounds, with its best round coming in round two where the Bulldogs shot a 321 as a team. 

Dickson’s best round of the state tournament came in the final round where the Comets shot a 338, as they ended up totaling 1,023 over the two days.

Dawson Padgett was the top finisher for the Bulldogs in 34th overall with a 239. 

He shot an 82, 79 and 78 for the tournament.

Hunter Mann tied for 35th overall with a 240, shooting his best round on the final day with a 78.

Jared Williams shot a 250, with his best round coming in the opening round with an 82.

Mason Lance finished with a 259 for the tournament, as his best round was in round two when he shot an 84. 

Dawson Hinson finished with a 263, carding an 80 as his best round in the state tournament in round two.

Chase Hightower was the Comets best finisher at the state tournament in 40th overall shooting a 242.

Malique Smith finished with a 264 for the tournament representing Dickson, while Kolby Turner shot a 277, and Clancy Meeks finished with a 354.

Lone Grove’s Taylor Pittman fresh off qualifying for the state meet in track just days earlier, managed to also play in the competition carding a 251 over the two days.

Also at the Class 3A state tournament, the Kingston Redskins finished fourth overall with a 901 team score. 

Matthew O’Steen was the top finisher for the Redskins with a 213, earning him a tie for 5th overall in the individual standings.

Jesse Rouse and RJ weeks tied for 16th, each finishing with a 223. Trey Keatts shot a 248 for the tournament, with Zac Meeks at 252. 

Meanwhile at the Lake Hefner North Golf Course in Oklahoma City, the Turner Falcons managed to turn in a solid tie for fourth place at the Class 2A boys state golf tournament with a 974, while Tishomingo also finished tied for fourth with the Falcons.

Justice Hartman was the top finisher for the Falcons in third place overall with a 210 after shooting 70, 72, and 68 over the three days.

Luke O’Dell finished 12th overall for Turner shooting a 236, with Hunter Johnson at 256, Aden Choate at 272, and Tyler Campbell at 426.

Tishomingo was led by Quade Hays at 244, which brought him a tie for 22nd overall.

Lane House finished tied for 25th overall with a score of 245, followed by Macen Marris at 247, Camden Cabaniss at 264, and Rob Imotichey at 277.