Senior Tyler Morrow ended his high school career on a high note, but the Duncan High boys golf team wasn’t able to rebound from a rough first day at the Class 5A state tournament.

The Demons struggled again on the third and final round, posting a team score of 358 at the Dornick Hills Golf and Country Club on Tuesday in Ardmore. Their three-round total of 1,063 wasn’t low enough to get out of 12th place.

“We had another round of golf similar to the first one where we didn’t play very well,” head coach Eddie Cox said.

After stumbling out to a 705 in the first two rounds on Monday, things didn’t get much better from a team standpoint. But, it was a day of redemption for Morrow. After failing to score less than 80 on the first day, the team’s only senior rebounded with a team-low 74 in the third round.

Morrow was followed by junior Ryan Cox, who carded an 88. Thomas Gallion, Tandon Waller and Jordan Jeffords wrapped up the Demons’ individual stats with scores of 95, 101 and 102, respectively.

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