OKLAHOMA CITY — Seth Rhodes of Miami wound up among the top 10 among individual players at the Class 4A state golf tournament.
Rhodes and Wes Call of Wagoner both finished with scores of 226. Rhodes turned in rounds of 76, 73 and 77 while Call had a 74, 71 and 81 at the Lake Hefner North course here.
"He finished in a tie for ninth, but he was in the top 10 individually among 75 players in 4A," Miami coach John Kurtz said.
Tyler Russell of Elk City, an eight-time winner this spring, was the individual champ with a 209 total. That was six strokes ahead of runner-up Brandon Jackson of team champ Fort Gibson.
Zac Myers of Idabel and Robert Rayborn of Sallisaw shared fourth at 219.
Trey Fankhouser of Guymon, Kale Holton of Poteau and Tanner Owens of Fort Gibson shot 220s.
Jordan Perceful of Hilldale finished two shots ahead of Rhodes and Call.
Fort Gibson coasted to the team title with a 711. Oklahoma City Bishop McGuinness was second at 918 and Hilldale was third at 948.