Mansell finishes T-16 to help lead Mustang to eighth place at El Reno Boys Golf Tournament

Golf, Spring Sports

Trey Hunter

April 6, 2024
Brady Mansell (So.) shot a 16-over-88 to finish T-16 in the 2024 El Reno Boys Tournament on April 6 at Crimson Creek Golf Course. The Broncos finished eighth as a team. (Photo by Trey Hunter)

EL RENO – Sophomore Brady Mansell finished inside the top 20 while helping lead the Mustang Broncos to eighth place in the 2024 El Reno Boys Golf Tournament on April 6.

Mansell, the team’s No. 5 bag, led the Broncos with a 16-over-par 88 in the windiest conditions of the season at Crimson Creek Golf Course.

He shot a 9-over-par 45 on the front nine, parring two of the toughest holes on the day – the par 4 fifth and par 4 sixth. He came in with a 7-over-par 43 on the back, including pars on the 11th, 14th, and 16th holes.

Johnathan Benton (So.), the team’s top bag, finished T-29 with a 19-over-par 91, going out with a 47 and coming in with a 44. He tallied seven pars, including five on the back nine.

The team’s No. 4 bag, Antonio Smith (Jr.), recorded the only two birdies of the day for Mustang. Smith shot a 22-over-par 94, which included birdies on the par 5 fourth and the par 4 10th. He shot a 47 on both nines – good for 37th place overall.

Zachery Waller (So.) hits a shot out of a fairway bunker during the 2024 El Reno Boys Tournament at Crimson Creek Golf Course. Waller shot a 31-over-par 103 on one of the windiest days of the year. (Photo by Trey Hunter)

Beau Henderson (So.), the No. 2 bag, finished T-59 with a 25-over-par 97, including a 47 on the front and a 50 on the back. He tallied six pars but shot eight-over-par on the two back-nine par 5s, which kept him out of the top 20.

Senior Zachary Waller rounded out the individual scoring with a 31-over-par 103. He went out with a 47, including pars on the fourth and seventh, but struggled on the back nine, coming in with a 56.

The Broncos shot 370 overall, finishing behind 6A opponents No. 12 Piedmont and No. 15 Yukon. The Wildcats finished runner-up with a 340 while the Millers finished fifth with a 353.

Class 3A No. 2 Community Christian won the tournament with a score of 321.

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