CPHS Golf: Boys and Girls place 17th at Jenks, Griggs places top-ten

By: Scott Emigh, Editor-in-Chief

The Charles Page High School Golf teams recently kicked off their season at the Jenks Invitational with both the Boys' and Girls' teams placing seventeenth. Junior Carson Griggs had the lowest score on either team, tying for eighth place.

The boys played at Page Belcher Golf Course and shot 352 for seventeenth place in a field of twenty-three. The Sandites were 45 strokes behind Jenks in first place.

Griggs shot a 74 and was only six strokes behind Broken Arrow's Isaac Bullen in first place. Kyler Gaylor tied for 26th with a score of 82, JT Bristow tied for 83rd with a score of 94, Kasey Bales placed 97th with a score of 102, and Mikey Carper tied for 103rd with a score of 116. There were 109 total competitors in the event.

The girls' team played at South Lakes Golf Course and shot 417 for seventeenth place in a field of twenty teams. The ladies were 89 strokes behind Owasso in first place.

Ashton Persons shot a 95 to tie for 42nd place and was 22 behind Booker T. Washington's Alesia Gonzales in first place. Emily Charles tied for 70th with a score of 104, Madison Kinard tied for 74th with a score of 105, and Joelie Simmons placed 93rd with a score of 113. There were 108 total competitors in the event.