TURNER — Playing multiple sports at a small school is nothing new for Turner’s Justice Hartman.

TURNER — Playing multiple sports at a small school is nothing new for Turner’s Justice Hartman.

The senior has made his mark throughout the years for the Falcons baseball, basketball and golf teams, having been a state qualifier the last three seasons in golf.

While he’s been apart of multiple teams throughout high school, his passion and heart has always been set on golf.

Wednesday morning, Hartman made those intentions clear for everyone to see.

In front of his family, friends and coaches, the senior standout put pen to paper on a National Letter of Intent to play college golf for Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant, to be a member of the Savage Storm men’s golf team.

“It’s amazing and a big relief to know all the hard work pays off in the end,” Hartman said. “Golf means everything to me. Normally golf is an individual sport, but the guys I have behind me push me everyday and make me better. It means a lot to see us playing as a team, and it makes every good shot I have that much more special.”

The last two seasons Hartman has been apart of state qualifying golf teams for the Falcons, along with being the only golfer to qualify as an individual during the 2016 season.

He’s also been able to maintain a 4.0 GPA as well as be a member of the BETA club, and the Turner Academic team while playing in baseball for fall and spring seasons, as well as basketball.

Last year, Hartman was a member of the All-Ardmoreite boys golf team, as he was the highest individual finisher at the state tournament in third place overall.

While graduation might be a couple of months away, Hartman has his eyes focused on earning one more spot on a banner with his teammates this season, not just as state qualifiers but as state champions.

“Placing is nice, but we want to win it all this year,” Hartman said. “That’s the goal obviously for us. It adds a little pressure though, because I want to set an example for the kids and show them that you can’t just show up, you have to work hard for what you want.”

Hartman plans to start a journey towards a masters degree in occupation safety and health while attending Southeastern Oklahoma State.