In the proud athletic history of Turner High School, one surprising note is that the school only owns a combined four state titles throughout three sports.

In the proud athletic history of Turner High School, one surprising note is that the school only owns a combined four state titles throughout three sports.

After Tuesday afternoon however, there will need to be some renovations made to the trophy case.

The Turner Falcons finished off a wire-to-wire performance at Trosper Golf Course in Oklahoma City at the Class 2A state golf tournament, as they claimed their first state title since 2004, and the fifth in school history as they won with a 924 team score, well ahead of second placed Lincoln Christian who was at 955. 

“This feels great not just for me but for the kids as well,” Turner coach Jimmy Voight said. “I’m very proud of the boys for reaching their goals like this and bringing home a state title for Turner.”

Turner established themselves as the front runners on day one after two solid rounds of golf which saw them lead by 15 strokes.

The Falcons shot a 306 in round one and a 308 in round two, before finishing the title off with a 310 round on Tuesday. 

Justice Hartman led the way for the Falcons as he shot a 77, 73, and 71 for a 221 total score, leading to a tie for fourth place in the individual standings. 

Luke O’Dell finished tied for 10th as he shot a 73, 78, and 75 for a 226 total score. 

Hunter Johnston finished 18th overall shooting a 77, 75 and 81 for a 233, with Blaine Wheat shooting a 246 for the tournament, while Aden Choate finishing with a 256.

Davis was represented at the state tournament by Trey Davidson, who finished 40th overall with a 254 for the tournament.