Silo freshman Keach Ballard was scheduled to play 36 holes in Glenpool's Cotton Creek Golf Course, but rain limited the golfers to 18 holes.
Ballard shot an 84 after one round, making him the third individual to qualify after the top six teams advanced. Ballard will compete in Hinton Monday and Tuesday.
Durant's Kannon Jackson will play in the Class 4A State Tournament the same day after shooting a 36-hole total of 168 (82, 86).
He qualified fourth out of six individuals at the regional tournament in Pryor Creek.
Bishop Kelley won the team title with a 611. Bixby was second at 639, and Miami third at 643.
The Lions finished eighth in the team standings.
Chase Crain shot an 88 and 91 for a score of 189.
Matt Wallace shot rounds of 89 and 91 for 180, and Colton Bacu shot 88 and 92 for an identical score.
Josh Breeden rounded out the team at 92 and 94 for 186.
Jackson will play Monday and Tuesday at the Duncan Territory Golf and Country Club.