Brunswick School won the fourth annual Western New England Prep Golf Invitational for the second straight season, posting a five-player aggregate score of 382 at Bull’s Bridge Golf Club in Kent on Wednesday.
The tournament featured 17 teams. Avon Old Farms was the runner-up, finishing six strokes behind Brunswick with a team score of 388. St. Luke’s placed third (391), followed by Taft School (393).
The Bruins were paced by junior Ben Carpenter’s round of 2-over-par 74. He finished in a tie for the second lowest score. Senior Connor Belcastro shot a 75, while senior Matt Camel carded a 76 for the Bruins.
Matty Dzialga finished with a 78, Charlie Marvin posted a 79 and Chase Caffray carded an 80 for Brunswick.
“We couldn’t be more pleased,” Bruins coach Anthony Fischetti said. “We are now 37-0 over 14 events, including four tournament victories. Our team has dedicated itself to building a season of significance and with one week remaining, the boys are well on their way to achieving their goal. This is a competition-tested, veteran group that maintains its poise and doesn’t get rattled under pressure.”
Brunswick is in action again on Monday against Taft School at Watertown Golf Club.