Nicole Robertson placed 10th in a storm-shortened state 2A golf tournament this week.
Robertson had an 84 for the first 18 holes Wednesday before state officials cancelled the rest of the tournament.
Storms in the Oklahoma City area caused flooding and downed several trees on the course. That led to the decision by the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association to call a halt to the event. It is the second time in three years that the tournament has been cut short.
Robertson was 14 strokes behind the state champion Katie Goodwin who had an even 70 for the round.
The tournament was played at Trosper Park in southeast Oklahoma City. It was near the path of a tornado that ravaged the area.
Storms also forced postponement of the state softball tournament.
OSSAA officials rescheduled the finals to May 13 at Firelake.