Before the start of this current golf season, Penn Charter senior Brian Isztwan should have gotten a part-time job at a certain department store.
Target. . . . Woulda been the perfect fit.
After last year finishing as the low scorer in the Inter-Ac's six invitational events, Brian knew all players throughout the league would be coming after him, hard.
They should have saved their energy.
Monday at Merion West, Episcopal's home course, Brian again claimed the crown. By shooting a 1-under 34 to tie Haverford School's Charlie Baker for the day's low round, he finished the invitationals with a best-in-league total score of 216 (36.0 average).
PC finished tied for second (with Episcopal) in this sixth event at 230. Haverford won it at 227. The Fords captured the league championship while PC was alone in third. Also scoring well Monday for PC were seniors Dante DiStefano (36) and Noah Schwartz (38).
Thursday, PC will host the annual Bert Linton Invitational at Huntingdon Valley CC. Isztwan, DiStefano, Schwartz and frosh Patrick Isztwan, Brian's brother, will represent the Quakers in an overall field of 24 players.
Girls tennis lost a road match to Agnes Irwin, 4-3.
PC's winners were the singles players -- juniors Briinlea La Barge and Leila Sor, and soph JJ Birnie.
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