Charles Page High School senior Carson Griggs concluded his high school career Tuesday afternoon at Forest Ridge Golf Club in Broken Arrow with a fifth place finish in the OSSAA 6A State Championship.
Griggs had a rough start to the tournament, tied for 25th place after shooting a 78 in round one.
The Sandite battled back excellently with the third-lowest score in round two at 71 strokes and ended day one tied for sixth place.
Griggs had the third-best score of round three as well, shooting a 73 to improve to fifth place, tied with Broken Arrow's Gabe Replogle at 222 strokes.
A four-time State Qualifier, Griggs placed nineteenth as a freshman, twentieth as a sophomore, and was Runner-Up as a junior. He will continue his golfing career at the University of Denver.
Edmond North's Brock Polhill handily won the tournament with a 211, including a tournament-best round of 67. He was the only athlete to hit sub-seventy in any round. Owasso's Austin Enzbrenner came in runner-up with a score of 215.
Edmond North won the team title with a score of 881, followed by Owasso at 896.