Eastern golf takes lead in SOC I


Alex Hider

ahider@civitasmedia.com

The Eastern golf team overtook South Webster for the top spot in the SOC I team standings on Thursday, shooting a combined nine-hole score of 197 at Shawnee Golf Course.

The Eagles came into Thursday’s match in a tie for second play with Clay, four shots behind the Jeeps. Eastern was led by Cole Haislop, who paced the team with a nine-hole score of 44.

Clay finished in second place in Thursday’s match, four strokes behind Eastern. The Panthers were led by Hunter Armstrong, who shot a 47.

Western’s Elias Montgomery remains comfortably in front of the individual standings. He earned his fourth SOC I medalist honors in as many matches, shooting a nine-hole score of 40. He leads the race for SOC I Player of the Year; he’s now 11 strokes ahead of Clay’s Wyatt Large.

The fifth and final SOC I match of the season will take place next Thursday at the Elks Country Club.

FOURTH SOC I MATCH

SHAWNEE GOLF COURSE

EASTERN 197

Cole Haislop 44

Quentin Alley 48

Craig Lands 48

Jordan Clark 57

CLAY 201

Hunter Armstrong 47

Wyatt Large 48

Hunter Mathias 51

Teddy McCall 55

NOTRE DAME 202

Hayden Baker 48

Truman Hash 50

Braden Bennington 53

N. Slone 51

SOUTH WEBSTER 206

Luke Collins 47

Jacob Witter 52

Brayden Montgomery 52

Luke Rawlins 55

WESTERN DNQ

Elias Montgomery 40*

Donte Lightle 53

E. Dunn 59

GREEN DNQ

Kershner 40

Hall 57

Ramey 62

* = Match Medalist

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