Tulsa Holland Hall, with the top two individual scores, coasted to the team title of the Miami Invitational Golf Tournament Monday, March 25 at Peoria Ridge Golf Course.
Ayden Korn was medalist and Mason Lee finished as runner-up for the Dutch.
Korn posted a 77 to take the inaugural Jeff Ramsey Low Medalist Award named in honor of the former Wardog standout, who passed away in June 2018.
Korn tied for 19th at the Class 3A state tournament last season.
Mason Lee was a stroke back, helping Holland Hall roll to the team title with a 313.
The Dutch, who finished third at last year’s state tournament, also had three other players finish in the top 10 individually: Allen Kalapura and Drew Mabrey, fifth at 79, and Brett Vanhooser, eighth at 81.
Claremore was a distant second at 336 and Oologah placed third at 344.
There were a total of 17 full teams and three others with partial teams.
Miami — making its 2019 debut — had a team score of 428, good for 14th.
Gavin Payton had the Wardogs’ low round, a 96.
Joe Lillard turned in a 97, followed by Ethan Wonders at 114 and Spencer Smith, 121.
Rounding out the team scores were Claremore Sequoyah, 352; Grove, 353; Labette County, Kansas, 362; Fort Gibson, 363; Nowata, 370; Claremore 2, 371; Poteau, 386; Pittsburg (Kansas) St. Mary’s-Colgan, 388; Wagoner, 397; Pittsburg High, 398; Miami, Cleveland, 443; Vinita, 495, and Riverton, Kansas, 501.
Pryor, Sallisaw and Columbus, Kansas, had partial teams.
This was the fourth straight year a different team champ was crowned.
Poteau was first a year ago, SMC took honors in 2017 and Miami won back-to-back titles in 2016 and ’15.
Lee, Mosa Falleur of Sallisaw and Peyton Lane of Sequoyah all tied for second at 78.
Justin Coyne of Poteau was seventh at 80 and Jacoby Riggs of Grove and Talon Funk of Sequoyah were ninth with 82s.
The Wardogs enter a tournament Monday, April 1 at The Club at Indian Springs hosted by Coweta.