Scarberry, Evans take T-O Jr. open flight titles

Shaebug Scarberry walks off the 18th green after repeating as T-O Junior girls' champion / Source: KAUZ
Shaebug Scarberry walks off the 18th green after repeating as T-O Junior girls' champion / Source: KAUZ
Robby Evans (left) is congratulated by Jzeke Dukes after winning the 2017 T-O Junior boys' title / Source: KAUZ
Robby Evans (left) is congratulated by Jzeke Dukes after winning the 2017 T-O Junior boys' title / Source: KAUZ

WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) - Defending Texas-Oklahoma Junior girls' open champion Shaebug Scarberry rallied after going +5 in her first 10 holes of the day to post a 1-over 72 and win her 2nd-straight T-O championship Wednesday at the Wichita Falls Country Club!

Scarberry, a University of Tulsa commit, chased down playing partner Summer Marshall, who led by 2 with 4 holes to play. Scarberry got her first birdie of the day on number 12, before a nice up-and-down to save par on #14, then birdied 15, 16 and 18 for the win.

Marshall kept it tied going to 18 with a clutch par putt on the 17th green, but her tee shot on 18 was in the trees on the right, and she couldn't recover, finishing with a double-bogey to finish second, 3 shots behind Scarberry.

The two players hail from only about 15 miles apart, with Scarberry living in Purcell, Oklahoma and Marshall residing in Norman.

Wichita Falls' Savanah Snyder shot her best round of the week on Wednesday, a 74 to finish 7th.

Click on the video player above to see highlights and reaction from the girls' open division!

Evans takes boys' title

Robby Evans of Flower Mound won the 2017 Texas-Oklahoma Junior boys' open division championship Wednesday, shooting a final-round 1-over 72 to finish at 1-under for the week, 3 shots ahead of Pottsboro's Austin Reilly.

Brock Polhill of Edmond, Oklahoma finished 3rd, one shot behind Reilly.

The highest local finisher was Kolton Baber of Devol, Oklahoma, who finished 4th after winning a scorecard playoff with Robert Garcia, Jr. Conner Boydston of Randlett, Oklahoma finished tied for 12th while Rider's Jesse Baze finished in a tie for 25th place.

Click on the video player to the right to see highlights and reaction from the boys' open division!

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