Lehr, who admits struggling with her swing this season, didn't expect to win the state championship last season as a sophomore.
“Everything came together that day,” she said.
White has played the No. 1 bag most of the season for Idabel.
PURCELL BUILDING FOR FUTURE
Purcell brought a very young team to the state golf championships: three freshmen and two juniors.
“We have played pretty good golf this year and I think we are going to continue to get better,” Purcell coach Mike Gowens said.
“We had kind of an off day today. Not a whole lot went good today. I think next year we are right there.”
HURST MAKES HISTORY FOR STIGLER
Stigler's Brook Hurst is the school's first female golfer to earn a scholarship.
She has signed to play golf at Central Baptist College in Conway, Ark.
“It was a really big deal for me,” Hurst said of the scholarship.
Hurst only started playing golf seriously two years ago. She shot a 91 on Wednesday.
“I left a lot of shots out there,” she said. “The course is tough. The greens are fast. They are insane.”