The Charles Page High School Boys' Golf team competed in the Bishop Kelley Invitational Tuesday morning at Lafortune and took twelfth of nineteen teams with one top-ten finisher.
Carson Griggs led the Sandites with a score of 75, just six strokes behind the tournament champion, tying for eighth place. Not far behind him was Kyler Gaylor with 80 strokes to tie for 23rd place.
Mikey Carper took 76th place in 99 strokes, J.T. Bristow tied for 77th place in 100 strokes, and Kasey Bales tied for 85th place in 108 strokes. There were 100 total individuals in the tournament and only the top three finished below the 72-stroke par.
Holland Hall took first place in the tournament in 299 strokes, followed by Owasso with 303 and Sapulpa with 309. The Sandites combined for 354.
The Sandites will return to action Monday in Broken Arrow for the Frontier Valley Conference Championship at Indian Springs Country Club.