Eli Armstrong, Edmond North
The story: Edmond North's only senior in the top five, Armstrong wasn't flashy but incredibly consistent. With Armstrong's 74.1 stroke average, the Huskies only dropped his score once all year, and he went low to win the 6A west regional. Headed to Central Oklahoma.
Nick Heinen, Edmond North
The story: Verbally committed to Oklahoma State, Heinen has been one of the state's top players the last two years. This season, he tied for first at state, falling to Max McGreevy in a playoff. Six top-fives and a 72.1 stroke average.
Thomas Johnson, Norman North
The story: Like Heinen, Johnson tied for first at the 6A state tournament before bowing out on the first playoff hole. But it wasn't a fluke for the young player, who won twice and was second at an early season tournament in Fort Worth. Season stroke average of 73.
Player of the Year
Max McGreevy, Edmond Santa Fe
The story: McGreevy has one final junior tournament left this summer before beginning to prepare for his future at OU. McGreevy won or finished tied for first in five tournaments, and concluded his career as a two-time 6A state champion.
Hayden Wood, Edmond North
The story: Planning to follow the footsteps of his father, Willie Wood, at Oklahoma State, Hayden improved on a stellar sophomore season with an impressive junior campaign that included a second-round 66 at state, the lowest round of the 54-hole tournament. Stroke average of 72.1 for the season, with six top-five finishes.
Coach of the Year
Jeff Doherty, Edmond North
The story: The Huskies looked beatable during the regular season, but Doherty always finds a way to have his team playing its best in May. Even after a poor first round — by its standards — Edmond North turned it around to win its ninth straight 6A state title.