The team race is shaping up to be even more competitive than the individual battle, with three teams separated by three strokes.
Deer Creek holds the advantage with a two-round total of 634, but Tulsa Kelley is one shot back and Shawnee is three behind, with all three teams set to play together in Tuesday's final round.
And still, Ardmore (643) and Durant (647) are lurking as well, clearly within striking distance on a long, difficult course.
Duncan's Latham aces No. 2
Many golfers will go a lifetime without making a hole-in-one.
Duncan's Zach Latham has made three — in the last month. His third came in Monday's afternoon round, when he knocked in a 7-iron on the 175-yard second hole, his second ace in less than a week.
“It feels pretty cool to make one at state,” he said. “I was trying to hit a high cut, but it went straight. It got a good bounce and rolled right in.”
Long trip for Guymon
Folks traveling from Oklahoma City might have felt like they had a long drive to Chickasaw Pointe, which is near Kingston at Lake Texoma.
But it could be worse. Just ask Matthew LeGrange and Garrett Marler.
The two golfers from Guymon, in the Oklahoma Panhandle, had a 392-mile drive to get to the course.
Along with their coach, they made the seven-hour drive on Saturday, just so they would have time to play a practice round on Sunday and be well-rested for the tournament on Monday.