Mustang trio cracks top 30 in 2024 Bronco Invitational at Surrey Hills

Golf, Spring Sports

Trey Hunter

April 15, 2024
Jaeden Musae (So.) shot a 21-over-par 92 on route to 26th place at the 2024 Mustang Bronco Invitational on April 15 at Surrey Hills Golf Course in Yukon. (Photo by Trey Hunter)

The No. 12 Mustang Broncos played host to the 2024 Mustang Bronco Invitational on Monday at Surrey Hills Golf and Country Club in Yukon.

The Broncos finished seventh with Thalia Hoyos (So.) nabbing a top 20 spot individually. Kynzie Pascoe (Jr.) and Jaeden Musae (So.) finished inside the top 30.

Hoyos started strong, shooting 1-under-par through her first three holes, including a birdie on the par-4 first. She carded an 8-over-par 44 on the front nine and a 9-over-par 44 on the back – good for 17th place overall.

Pascoe finished 21st overall with a 19-over-par 90, including six pars. She shot an 11-over-par 47 on the front nine and a 8-over-par 43 on the back, parring the 10th, 11th, 15th, and 17th holes.

Musae nearly cracked the top 25, finishing 26th with a 21-over-par 92. She finished with three pars on the front nine, good for an 11-over-par 47, and two pars on the back nine for a 10-over-par 45.

Mustang rounded out its team score with a 25-over-par 96 from Bailee Highfill (Sr.) and a 27-over-par 98 from Emery Bowers (Sr.).

Bailee Highfill (Sr.) shot a 25-over-par 96 to help lead the No. 12 Mustang Broncos to seventh place in the 2024 Bronco Invitational on April 15 at Surrey Hills in Yukon. (Photo by Trey Hunter)

Highfill birdied her first hole of the day, the par-5 18th, and continued to shoot an 11-over-par 47 on the front nine and a 14-over-par 49 on the back. She finished with four pars.

Bowers got off to a slow start, shooting a 15-over-par with four triple bogies on the front nine. However, she cleaned things up on the back, shooting 12-over-par with two pars.

The Broncos shot 366 as a team, finishing just one stroke behind Edmond North’s JV and six strokes behind No. 9 Choctaw.

Third-ranked Stillwater won the tournament with a score of 317. No. 6 Bishop Kelley finished runner-up at 338 while No. 7 Owasso finished third at 341.

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