Graf earns medalist honors during Ramona’s league golf opener
By Bill Tamburrino
The Bulldog golf team had a busy week, hosting and beating Olympian High School on Tuesday, traveling to Riverwalk Golf Club to play Francis Parker on Wednesday, and opening Valley League play on Thursday at home for a victory against Oceanside.
On Friday they rested.
Against Olympian at San Vicente Golf Course, Jacob Buckley paced the team to a 214-234 victory as he shot a 79 on the par 36 front nine. Cody Anderson-Parks carded a 42, and Kazar Matoian shot 43. Andrew Kaminsky, Jason Morton, and Ben Anderson-Parks all carded 45.
The Bulldogs lost to Francis Parker at Riverwalk 240-247 in their final non-league tune-up. Buckley carded the Bulldogs’ best round as he fired a respectable 41 on the par 36 front nine. Morton was the only other Dawg who shot in the forties as he fired a 47. Tanner Angel shot 51 and Dane Harvey contributed a 53. Cody Anderson-Parks shot the final scoring round as he turned in a 55.
Ramona saved its best score of the season for the opening of the Valley League as the team beat Oceanside at San Vicente 203-231. Ryan Graf carded a 38 to earn medalist honors. Smith fired a 40, Buckley turned in a 41, and Matoian carded a 45. Kaminsky shot a non-scoring 48.
“It was good to see the team’s score drop close to 200 for our first league match. We still need to improve quite a bit to win the league and have a chance to compete in the CIF but we are moving in the right direction. Ryan, Jacob, and Thomas continue to be consistent and the rest of the team is working to improve,” said coach Jerry Patenaude.
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