COVINGTON -- The North Putnam golf team won its third straight Covington Invitational, shooting a 332 in windy conditions Saturday at Rivercrest Golf Course.
South Putnam finished eighth with a 393.
Jeremy Redman was the Cougars' leading scorer with an 81. He was also involved in a playoff for third medalist.
"Jeremy has been playing the best golf for us the last several weeks," North coach Dave Fox said.
J.J. Burns and Aaron Vondersaar were next for North, each firing an 82. Austin Malayer and Patrick Byrd each shot 87.
For the Eagles, Tyler Newby was the low man with an 86. Dylan Gilbert was next with a 98. Michael Nichols shot a 104 while Damon Robinson closed out the scoring with a 105.
Tyler Shoffner also shot a 106 for the Eagles.
North Putnam visits Danville at 4:30 p.m. today. South Putnam visits Deer Creek for a three-way meet with Monrovia and Owen Valley at 4:30 today.
North Putnam 332, Attica 341, Covington 341, Benton Central 343, Fountain Central 358, North Montgomery 360, Seeger 367, South Putnam 393
North Putnam (332) -- Redman 81, Burns 82, Vondersaar 82, Malayer 87, Byrd 87.
South Putnam (392) -- Newby 86, Gilbert 98, Nichols 104, Robinson 105, Shoffner 106.
Next match -- North Putnam visits Danville at 4:30 p.m. today. South Putnam visits Deer Creek for a three-way meet with Monrovia and Owen Valley at 4:30 today.