, Muskogee, OK

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May 25, 2014

Area sports briefs

Five golfers named All-State

The Oklahoma Coaches Association released its All-State golf roster and five seniors will represent the area in the All-State tournament on July 28 at Cherokee Hills Golf Club in Catoosa.

On the Large East boys squad are Spencer Smythe from Muskogee. Jake Johnson from Tahlequah, Chandler Puckett from Hilldale and Wesley Jackson from Fort Gibson.

Kadrian Shelton from Fort Gibson is the lone girls representative and she will play for the Large School East team.

BC’s Allen 14th at NAIA triple jump

Bacone’s Jarvis Allen concluded his NAIA Track and Field Championship with a 14th-place finish in the triple jump on Saturday.

Allen’s best leap of 14.05 meters landed him in 14th place, five spots short of the finals.

NCAA men’s golf halted again

HUTCHINSON, Kan. – Darkness brought to a halt the second round of the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships on Saturday with nine schools still left to complete their rounds, including Arkansas and Oklahoma.

Oklahoma State was able to get both of its rounds in and posted a two-round total of 556 and trails leader Stanford by 12 shots. OSU’s Talor Gooch shot 69-67 on Saturday and is 4-under par, trailing leaders Cameron Wilson of Stanford and South Carolina’s Will Starke by two strokes in the individual standings heading into today’s action.

Rain on Friday stopped the first round and forced a two-round day on Saturday.

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