The Guymon golf team won the school's first golf state championship May 10 at Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City. The team continues to bask in the glow of the state title. Thursday night at Hunny's in Guymon, the team hosts a fundraiser for state championship rings for the team. It will be an informal come and go reception from 5-7 p.m.
Guymon senior Trey Fankhauser won the individual state championship with a 72, 66, and 75. Junior Matthew LeGrange shot a 71, 79, and 73. Senior Wongsakorn Pikunssawat is a foreign student from Thailand who arrived to GHS at the right time. He shot an 82, 81, and 74. Junior Garrett Marler was a lineman on the football team but can also swing the sticks shooting an 86, 76, and 80. Sophomore Arron Costilla brought home rounds of 83, 86, and 79. Head coach Jerry Cooper has coached the program for 25 years. His son and assistant coach and former Tiger standout Chase Cooper walked all 36 holes to help the Tigers.
An interview with coach Cooper and the Tigers airs Thursday morning during the Sportsguys on Talkradio 1270 and kscbnews.net between 7:37 and 9 a.m.