Morgan, Robbins named to OCA All-State team

The Oklahoma Coaches Association announced Monday their All-State high school golf rosters. With no surprise, Guthrie standouts Luke Morgan and Bo Robbins made the cut.

Morgan and Robbins helped lead the Bluejay golf program to back-to-back state championships and were heavy favorites to three-peat until the season was cancelled due to COVID-19.

Morgan, who has signed with Baylor, captured the Class 5A individual state championship in 2019 after finishing runner-up in 2018.

Robbins, who has signed to play at Air Force, not only collected the all-state recognition on the course, but in the classroom as well after being named an Academic All-Stater. Related article: Bo Robbins named 2020 Academic All-Stater

Last week it was announced the Guthrie duo will play in the elite Oak Tree Junior Classic. Related article: Related articleMorgan, Robbins to compete in Oak Tree Junior Classic

A site for the All-State golf tournament has not been announced, but will likely will be cancelled by the OCA board of directors.

The All-State teams were chosen off last season’s results and voting from coaches. 

Related articleWatch: Robbins, Morgan sign DI letters to play college golf


Luke Morgan, Guthrie; Bo Robbins, Guthrie; Cole Bardell, McGuinness; Boston Benn, Oklahoma Christian School; Colby Campbell, Kingfisher; Asher Clift, Edmond Memorial; Brooks Coats, McGuinness; Jaxon Dowell, Oklahoma Christian School; Charlie Jackson, Norman North; Joey Lewis, Mount St. Mary; Craig Sanders, Crossings Christian; Tate Trotter, Elk City


Logan Brooks, Berryhill; Andrew Hennessee, Tulsa Kelley; J.D. Lankford, Stroud; Conner Meehan, Coweta; Tyler Rhodes, Owasso; James Roller, Tulsa Regent Prep; Eric Schuessler, Stillwater; Brayden Strickland, Tulsa Lincoln Christian; Soulai Vang, Oologah; Gavin Weatherly, Wewoka; Luke Wheat, Poteau; Brett Wilcoxen, Owasso


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