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A Crescent Tiger, that is; Stevens shoots 71 to claim medalist honors at small-school tourney

  • CRESCENT’S DOMINIC Stevens watches his tee shot on the par-4 third hole last Wednesday during Kingfisher’s small-school invitational. Stevens shot a 1-over-par 71 to claim medalist honors. [KT&FP Staff Photo]

Big Pasture repeated as team champion, but there was a new medalist at the 2019 Kingfisher High School Small-School Invitational.

Crescent’s Dominic Stevens carded the lowest round of the tournament as he shot a 71 in blustery conditions Wednesday at Kingfisher Golf Course.

His score was one stroke better than Big Pasture’s Conner Boydston.

As a team, Big Pasture fired a 314 using the Maxwell format, a score that was seven strokes better than runner-up Community Christian.

That score was three strokes better than the one that won the team title last year.

The Rangers also got a 78 from Connor Powell, which placed him fifth individually.

On top of his medalist honors, Stevens also won the long drive competition.

Cashion’s Hayden Aaron won closest-to-the-pin.

Aaron and TJ Roberts shot 83s to lead Cashion to a 345, which was good for seventh out of 16 teams.

Patrick Sexton added a 91, Jake Wilkerson a 102 and Jayce Evans a 104 for the Wildcats.

Crescent was eighth with a 356.

Jackson Watkins shot an 86 and Cade Watkins a 95.

The Tigers also got a 112 from Colton Lively and a 119 from Caden Stout.

Playing as individuals, Hennessey’s Yosbith Fierro shot an 86 and Kaden Mitchell a 114.

Jackson Hoelker of Oklahoma Bible Academy was third individually with a 76. Tipton’s Conner Cryer was fourth at 77.

Medford was third in the team standings at 327, Mooreland fourth at 341 and Cordell and Washington tied for fifth with 344s.