With conditions set to nearly perfect, area boys golf teams in class 3A set out to qualify for the regional tournament on Monday at Lake Murray Golf Course in Ardmore.

With conditions set to nearly perfect, area boys golf teams in class 3A set out to qualify for the regional tournament on Monday at Lake Murray Golf Course in Ardmore.

The Plainview Indians walked away as the overall team champions on the day, as they booked their place in the regional tournament with an overall team score of 393.

Connor Kesler won the individual title, leading Plainview with a 77 on the day. Close behind him was teammate Tyler Neher with a 78. Hunter Sudberry and Patrick Clowe each carded a 79 for the Indians with Saxon Ross shooting an 80.

The Lone Grove Longhorns also qualified for the regional tournament with a second place overall finish, registering a team score of 410.

Taylor Pittman led LGHS with an 87, followed by Creed Taliaferro with a 104, Joseph Goates with a 105, and Judd Quaid with a 114.

Kingston’s squad finished third in the tournament at 419, also qualifying for the regional tournament.

RJ Weeks led the Redskins, shooting a 79, with Ryan Capps carding an 82. Matthew Osteen shot an 83, with Jesse Rouse turning in an 86. Trey Keatts carded an 89.

Dickson took sixth as a team with a 488, and will be among the teams at regionals next week.

Brandon Bell shot an 89, with Nathan Ingram and Chase Hightower shooting a 94 and 95 respectively.

James Warren carded a 102, with Zac Rawson shooting a 108 for the tournament.

Sulphur rounded out the top seven teams with a 487 on the day as a team.

Hunter Mann led the Bulldogs with a 90, followed by Caleb Williams with a 96 and Jared Williams with a 97. Mason Lance carded a 101 with Dawson Padgett shooting a 103. 

The regional tournament will be next Monday at the Silverhorn Golf Course in Oklahoma City.