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Highlassies In fifth at O-City Classic

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The McLennan Highlassies shot 315-311 – 626 to sit in fifth place after day one of the O-City Spring Classic at the Lincoln Park Golf East Course in Oklahoma City.

Host Oklahoma City is in first place with 298-296 – 594, followed by Texas Wesleyan and Southwestern Christian in a tie for second with 316-305 – 621 and 309-312 – 621, respectively. Redlands is in third with 317-307 – 624.

Tyler Morrison shot 78-74 – 152 to lead the Highlassies and is tied for 10th place.

Other McLennan scores: Caitlin Brown, tied for 22nd, 81-75 – 156; Makenna Davidson, tied for 33rd, 75-86 – 161; Alejandra Rodriguez, tied for 39th, 81-82 – 163; Joely Henderson, tied for 47th, 86-80 – 166; and medalist Madison Brooks, tied for 57th, 91-81 – 172.

Other team scores: Iowa Western, tied for sixth, 318-310 – 628; Bellevue, tied for sixth, 330-298 – 628; William Penn, eighth, 319-313 – 632; Murray State, ninth, 327-328 – 655; Rocky Mountain, 10th, 335-325 – 660; and Oklahoma Panhandle State, 11th, 370-379 – 749.

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