Golfers start league play with lowest scores of the season
By Bill Tamburrino
Ramona High’s boys golf team improved its overall record to 7-1 and got off to a 2-0 start in Valley League play, while recording its two lowest scores of the season.
The Dawgs have matches scheduled for the next two weeks before they have a spring break.
Ramona golfers opened league play at Pauma Valley Country Club where they beat Valley Center 196-209.
“This was a great win by the team. Not only was it our first league match but it was also our lowest team score of the season,” said coach Michael Gainey. “Having the opportunity to play at Pauma Valley is always a treat for these players. Walking away with a win made the day that much better.”
Jacob Buckley and Ryan Graf shared the medalist honors as each shot a 36 on the par 35 front nine. Justin Graf also shot in the thirties as he carded a 39. Thomas Andrews shot 42 and Kazar Matoian recorded a 43. Cameron Marshall shot a non-scoring 49.
At San Vicente Resort and Golf Club, the Bulldogs beat Oceanside 202-248 on their home course. Ryan Graf again earned medalist honors as he fired a par 36 on the front nine, beating his brother, Justin, by a single stroke. Buckley carded his second round of the week in the thirties as he fired a 39. Cody Anderson-Parks and Michael Smith each shot 45. Dane Harvey shot a 54.
- Graf earns medalist honors during Ramona’s league golf opener
- Ramona golf team shoots low scores in two league victories
- Ramona’s golf team remains undefeated in Valley League
- Ramona golf team wins 3 more matches, eyes league title
- Ramona High golfers improve their record to 6-1
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