Over the course of his time as a Green Bobcat, Drew Ramey has proven himself as a true worker in multiple sports.
And in Monday’s SOC I match at Little Scioto Golf Course in Wheelersburg, Ramey showed off the work ethic that has allowed the two-sport athlete to play a key factor on the baseball and golf programs at Green by shooting a 44 en route to obtaining a top-five finishing position as a individual in the first official SOC I golf match that contained all six SOC I golf programs.
Ramey, who collected a 44, along with Nathan Weigand’s 58, allowed Green to tie Clay for third position in the finishing order after edging the Panthers’ Caleb Cline by three strokes. Cline, who put together a solid performance of his own with a 47, was followed by Hunter Armstrong’s 50, Teddy McCall’s 52, and Chase Hudson’s 54 en route to the third-place tying score of 202.
Behind the duo, Notre Dame, behind the play of Jared Redoutey and Tyler Speas, was able to collect a 215 thanks to a 49 and a 50, respectively, from the pair. The Titans’ Spencer Wilcox, along with Connor Madden, rounded out the scoring for Notre Dame as the duo put up a 55 and a 61 on their scorecards to allow the Titans to continue their consistency as a unit.
Seven strokes back of Notre Dame, South Webster continued its steady improvement by rounding out the overall scoring in collecting an overall mark of 222 to head the charge. Jacob Witter continued his run of finishing as the Jeeps’ top overall scorer in collecting his mark of 50, while fellow junior and third-year golfer Dylan Bond finished just one stroke back of Witter en route to obtaining a 51. Freshman Josh Hammond and sophomore Andrew Smith rounded out the overall scoring by collecting scores of 60 and 61, respectively, to round out the field.
Overall, Western and Eastern proved to be the primary frontrunners during the event, with the Indians edging the Eagles by five strokes (170 to 175) en route to taking home top honors as a team. Western’s Brock Jordan, who shot a 34, was the individual medalist, edging Eastern’s Cole Haislop by seven strokes en route to obtaining the top spot overall.
SOC I Preview — Little Scioto
1. Eastern 170
2. Western 175
t-3. Green 203
t-3. Clay 203
5. Notre Dame 215
6. South Webster 222
1. Broc Jordan (Western) 34
2. Cole Haislop (Eastern) 41
3. Eli Montgomery (Western) 42
4. Cody Weaver (Eastern) 43
5. Drew Ramey (Green) 44
Notable Scioto County scores (top 15):
8. Caleb Cline (Clay) 47
10. Jared Redoutey (Notre Dame) 49
t-11. Hunter Armstrong (Clay) 50
t-11. Tyler Speas (Notre Dame) 50
t-11. Jacob Witter (South Webster) 50
14. Dylan Bond (South Webster) 51
Reach Kevin Colley at (740) 353-3101 ext. 1930 OR on Twitter @ColleyKevin7
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