Class 4A boys golf notes: Cascia Hall's Gabe Rogers has better day
Cascia Hall's Gabe Rogers led after an impressive first-round score of 65, but struggled to a 2-over 74 second-round mark.
In Tuesday's final round, he improved, finishing with a 2-under 70. But it wasn't enough to come back.
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“The wind wasn't blowing as hard (Tuesday); that made it a lot easier for scoring opportunities,” Rogers said.
He said he didn't feel any pressure Tuesday to bounce back from his disappointing second round.
“I felt more pressure yesterday during the first round, trying to finish it,” Rogers said. “Today was just normal.”
Cascia Hall finished in fourth place as a team.
ELK CITY HAS BEST THIRD ROUND
Elk City finished with the lowest third-round team score (284), but it wasn't enough to overcome Heritage Hall's big lead. The Elks finished in second place.
Tuesday, four of Elk City's five players improved their scores. It was led by Berek Dyson, whose 5-under 67 was the final round's lowest individual score.
Dyson finished tied for sixth overall with teammate Joby Gray and Heritage Hall's Michael Helton.
WEATHERFORD FINISHES STRONG
Weatherford was in last place as a team after the first round Monday.
After Tuesday's final round, the Eagles were tied for fifth place.
Quade Cummins finished fifth as an individual to lead Weatherford. But the star of Tuesday for the Eagles was junior Bryson Ridley. He rebounded from a tough second-round score of 82 with a 2-under 70 in the final round.
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