Sometimes all you need is a day at your home course to get back on the winning track.

Sometimes all you need is a day at your home course to get back on the winning track.

The Plainview Lady Indians certainly did that and then some on Monday, as they won the Lady Indians Invitational tournament which was held at Dornick Hills Country Club.

Plainview won the team title with a 307, with every member of the “A” team placing in the top-10 of the individual standings.

Katie Finley led the way with a 72, giving her second overall. Adeline Norton carded a 75, earning her third overall in the standings.

Hallie Schultz finished fourth overall with a 76 for the tournament, with DA Smith in seventh with an 84 and Reagan Chaney in ninth with an 89.

The Plainview “B” team finished with a 379, with Lindyn Ross and Tory Townley both leading the way with a 92.

Addison Youderian finished with a 96, with Carrie Hutchings at 99, and Jessica Zimmerman with a 118.

Hunter Reding also competed for the Lady Indians in the individual standings shooting a 135.

Lone Grove finished with a 370 for the tournament, with Izzy Lette claiming sixth overall with an 82. 

Shelby Delano earned a 91, with Madison Anderson at 96, Megan Biber at 101 and Destine Coffman at 103.

Paige Anderson and Hayden Eply also competed for Lone Grove as individuals shooting a 104 and 124 respectively.

The Ardmore Lady Tigers finished with a 382 for the tournament, with Katie Long leading the way with a 93, followed by Kacy Benson and Malie Glaser each with a 95. 

Kalie Davis shot a 99 with Eryn Gwynn at 108.

Bella Hamblin and Chole Reasoner also competed for the Lady Tigers as individuals shooting 124 and 114 respectively. 

As a team the Dickson Lady Comets shot a 402 for the tournament, with Maisie Liddell earning eighth overall in the individual standings with an 86.

Brylie Dewitt shot a 98, with Parker Garrett close behind with a 99.

Baylee Hughes finished with a 119 for the tournament, with Machelle Woods at 128.

Tishomingo finished with a 415 overall in the team standings, led by Kristen Lovett with a 92.

Bailee Barnes shot a 99, with Natalea Harcrow at 104, Logan Bryant at 120 and Jadyn Hook at 121.

Kingston was represented by Emi O’Steen and Caroline Dowdy at 98 and 119 for the tournament.