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Class 6A golf: Eli Armstrong is Edmond North's most consistent player

By Gina Mizell Published: May 7, 2013
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“I pulled it just a tad and I was like ‘Oh, (crud),'” Houston said. “And then from there on, it just started going right at the hole and it took one bounce and then disappeared. I couldn't tell if went over the ridge at first, but then everyone started yelling, so I knew it went in.”

The person who was probably the happiest? Houston's mom, who couldn't hold back the tears as she took photos of her son at the hole.

Houston finished the round with an even-par 72, a five-stroke improvement from the 77 he shot in rounds 1 and 2. That helped Jenks finish the team competition in second place with a final score of 911.

MCGREEVY, SANTA FE SHINE IN CLASSROOM, TOO

Edmond Santa Fe took Academic All-State honors, holding a cumulative grade-point average of 3.97. Who was responsible for the only ‘B?'

McGreevy.

The grade came in a college English course taken at Central Oklahoma.

“I get it done for next year, but it hurt the 4.0 for our academic state championship,” McGreevy said with a smile.

WORTH NOTING

Jenks' Brendon Jelley and Broken Arrow's Tate Williamson were the East All-State selections, while McGreevy and Armstrong were the representatives from the West.


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