Tuttle, the defending 4A state champion, finished in ninth place this season after returning just one player from the 2011 title team.
That player, senior Taylor Hildebrand, tied for ninth place among individuals with a two-day score of 175.
Tuttle coach Jerry Bates said he's happy with how his team performed considering its inexperience and where it was at the beginning of the season.
“We started the season with a 487,” Bates said.
In Thursday's second round of the state tournament, Tuttle shot 385 as a team.
HARRAH FRESHMAN MAKES BIG ONE-DAY JUMP
Harrah freshman Tori Plumley, one of two Panthers playing as individuals in the state tournament, shot a 106 in Wednesday's first round.
Thursday, she made a 12-stroke improvement and finished her state debut with a score of 200.
“When things went bad for her early, she got down,” Harrah coach Bryan Jennings said of Plumley's first round. “I think being young, she didn't know quite how to handle it. ... She came out today with a different attitude and played a lot more relaxed.”
Jennings said she has matured throughout the year and that he expects her to be back at state next season.
“I think once she learns how to manage the course better and gets a little more mature, she'll be back here for the next three years,” Jennings said.
Harrah's other individual qualifier, senior Jamie Bolden, finished with a two-day score of 198.
The top two senior finishers from the East and West sides of the state earned All-State distinction, and will play in the All-State tournament this summer in Tulsa.
For the West, Elgin's Sarah Delong (163) and Cache's Madison Ward (165) will be All-Staters. For the East, Poteau's Guthrie (175) and Bristow's Kayla Schroeder (158) earned the distinction.
FORT GIBSON ACADEMIC CHAMPS
Fort Gibson finished sixth in the team standings, but was first in the classroom.
The Tigers were named the Class 4A girls' golf academic state champions following Thursday's second round.
On the course, senior Mycah Higley led Fort Gibson with a score of 184.