Girls All-City golf first team

Read more about The Oklahoman's first-team girls All-City golfers.
by Scott Wright Published: June 4, 2012
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Caitlin Farris, Bishop McGuinness

Class: Junior

The story: Farris didn't touch a golf club for five months while working in Washington, D.C., as a Senate page, then shook off the rust to turn in another good season. She had a stroke average of 76.0, with three runner-up finishes and fourth at state.

McCandren Lewis, Guthrie

Class: Senior

The story: Lewis was solid all season, and concluded the year with a runner-up finish at regionals, then took third at state. She led the state tournament after the first round on her way to earning All-State honors from the Oklahoma Coaches Association.

Alexis Sadeghy, Bishop McGuinness

Class: Sophomore

The story: Sadeghy added to her standout freshman season with an even better sophomore campaign. She finished with a stroke average of 74.1 with three victories, including her 5A regional, and a runner-up finish at state.

Allison Sell, Edmond North

Class: Junior

The story: One of Edmond North's top players the previous two years, Sell flourished as a junior. In a year when Tulsa Union dominated all the talk in Class 6A girls golf, Sell shocked everyone with a two-stroke victory at state. She was the only player at the tournament to shoot 74 or better in both rounds and concluded the year with a 76.6 stroke average.


by Scott Wright
Reporter
A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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