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High school golfers to watch: Oklahoma Christian School's Zac Schaefer, Edmond Santa Fe's Brinn Fariss among area's top golfers

Here are a few Oklahoma City metro-area boys and girls golfers to watch this season
by Scott Wright Modified: March 27, 2014 at 9:26 pm •  Published: March 27, 2014
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Here are a few other metro-area boys and girls golfers to watch this season:

Boys

•Edmond North boys: Pick one. Any of the Huskies’ top five players can win a tournament, and they’re looking for their 10th consecutive 6A team title.

Thomas Johnson, Jr., Norman North: Already committed to OU, Johnson is on the way to a stellar career.

Zac Schaefer, Sr., OCS: Last year’s 3A runner-up is back for the always dangerous Saints.

Cody Troutman, Sr., Edmond Santa Fe: The UCO signee is off to a strong start, including a tie for third in a stacked field at Norman earlier this week.

Girls

Brinn Fariss, Jr., Edmond Santa Fe: Burst onto the scene as a regional champ last year.

Emily Folsom, Sr., Deer Creek: The Southwestern signee is the top player returning from last year’s Class 5A state championship team.

Alexis Sadeghy, Sr., McGuinness: Has finished third or better at state each of the last three years, and is prepped to go out with a bang.

By Scott Wright

by Scott Wright
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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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