BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — The Plainsmen shook off the rust from a 24-day break when they traveled to The Club at Indian Springs in Broken Arrow on Monday.

Playing in their first tournament since March 4, Enid finished in fourth place after firing off a 322 team score. The Plainsmen are already seeing big things out of freshman Dawson Branstetter, who finished the tournament in second place after shooting a one-over 71.

Max Fosset scored a 79, Hayden Johnson shot an 81 and Sam Blankenship with a 92 rounded out the top four scores taken by the Plainsmen. Demitrios Farr added a 93.

The Plainsmen won’t have nearly as long to wait for their next tournament as the team travels to Lincoln Park to play the West Course in Oklahoma City on Thursday.

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