The Charles Page High School Boys' Golf team had a rough time at last week's Owasso Invitational, placing sixteenth out of sixteen teams and 200 strokes behind the tournament champions from Edmond North.
Playing their first 36-hole tournament of the season at Bailey Ranch Golf Course, the Sandites shot 393 on day one and 405 on day two. They were also without Mikey Carper.
Carson Griggs tied for 48th out of 84 competitors with an overall score of 172. He shot 81 in the first round and was tied for 24th, but shot 91 in the second round and ended up 33 strokes behind Austin Eckroat, the Champion from Edmond North.
Kyler Gaylor shot a 91 and a 94 to finish tied for 67th place with 185 total strokes. Kasey Bales shot a 108 and a 107 to finish tied for 77th place with 215 total strokes. JT Bristow shot a pair of 113s to finish 82nd with a total score of 226.
The Sandites handily rebounded from their off week, however, finishing 12th of 19 Tuesday at LaFortune. Griggs placed eighth, Gaylor placed 23rd, Carper placed 76th, Bristow placed 77th, and Bales placed 85th out of 100 competitors.
The Sandites will return to action Monday in Broken Arrow for the Frontier Valley Conference Championship at Indian Springs Country Club.