As frustrating as Tuesday's runner-up finish was for Heritage Hall, especially for seniors Gavin Mastell and Carson Yates, the Chargers aren't going anywhere.
Three freshmen, Andrew McDonald, Sam Jackson and Tripp Harris, combined to shoot 73 or better in five of their nine combined rounds.
The Chargers had the most balanced effort of the tournament, with all five players finishing in the top 20 with a 54-hole total of 222 or better. Mastell's 1-over-par 217 was good for 12th place.
ALL-STATE, ACADEMIC AWARDS GIVEN OUT
In addition to their team state championship, Ada's Robson and Powell will get to team up once again at the All-State golf matches in Tulsa this summer. They earned the two east spots from the Class 4A tournament, while Clinton's Mendoza and Elk City's Joby Gray earned the west spots.
Tuttle was named the Class 4A academic state champion.
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