Marple Newtown s Sam Soeth, who earned All-Delco honors in his freshman and senior years, finished in a tie for fifth place in Class AAA at the PIAA
Marple Newtown s Sam Soeth, who earned All-Delco honors in his freshman and senior years, finished in a tie for fifth place in Class AAA at the PIAA Tournament. (Eric Hartline)

In addition to Daily Times Player of the Year Cole Berman of The Haverford School, the rest of the 2013-14 All-Delco team includes:

Quinn Dolan, Bonner-Prendergast: The junior fired an even-par 71 at LuLu Country Club to claim the Catholic League individual title. ... Shot a 78 the following week at the District 12 Tournament, but just missed the cutoff to advance to the Class AAA East Regional Tournament. ... Led Bonner-Prendie to the Catholic League Tournament with the Friars finishing second to La Salle in the team chase. ... Best round during the regular season was an even-par 33 at the Friars' home course at Bala Golf Club. ... Named to the All-Catholic first team. ... Is a member at Rolling Green Golf Club. ... Plans to attend golf camp at Notre Dame and play in some of the Golf Association of Philadelphia junior events, including the Francis X. Hussey Memorial at Rolling Green, this summer.

Sam Soeth, Marple Newtown: The senior had rounds of 77 and 75 at the Heritage Hills Golf Resort to finish in a tie for fifth in Class AAA at the PIAA Tournament. ... The medal-winning performance at states capped a postseason during which he finished in a tie for fifth at the Central League Tournament with a 75 at Turtle Creek Golf club followed by a strong showing back at the Turtle for the District One Tournament that saw him finish in a tie for third with rounds of 71 and 73 for an even-par 144 total, as well as a 2-over 74 in the East Regional at Golden Oaks Golf Club that punched his ticket to the state tournament. ... A four-time District One qualifier, Soeth finally got through the district tourney and made it all the way to Heritage Hills and the state tournament.


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... Led Marple Newtown to a 7-4 mark and a fifth-place finish in the Central League. ... Named to the All-Central League first team. ... Bookend All-Delco selections for his career as he made the team following his freshman season. ... Will attend Coastal Carolina University. ... A member at White Manor Country Club, where he qualified for match play in last week's Philadelphia Amateur championship and won his first-round match before falling in the second round. ... Helped out in the pro shop at Merion Golf Club as part of his senior project at Marple Newtown.

Brian Todaro, Springfield: The senior earned his first trip to the District One Tournament at Turtle Creek Golf Club and made it count, getting a share of the lead after the opening round with a 2-under 70 and adding a 74 to finish in a tie for third at even-par 144. ... Shot a 78 at the Turtle in the Central League Tournament to qualify for districts. ... Came up short of a trip to the state tournament with a 79 in the Class AAA East Regional at Golden Oaks Golf Club. ... Led Springfield to a 7-3-1 mark and a fourth-place finish in the Central League and a 14-5-3 overall mark. ... Named to the All-Central League first team. ... Will attend Penn State and hopes to walk on the golf team. ... Is a member at Rolling Green Golf Club. ... Takes lessons from Concord Country Club assistant pro Butch Johnson. ... Summer schedule includes qualifiers for the Pennsylvania Amateur and the Pennsylvania Open.

Radnor s Brynn Walker led Radnor to a close second-place finish in Class AAA in the District One team competition.
Radnor s Brynn Walker led Radnor to a close second-place finish in Class AAA in the District One team competition. (Eric Hartline)

Brynn Walker, Radnor: The sophomore qualified for the Class AAA PIAA Tournament for the second straight year and earned a medal as she had a pair of 80s at Heritage Hills Golf Club to finish in a tie for fifth at 160. ... Saved her best rounds for Turtle Creek Golf Club, firing a 2-under-par 70 to take medalist honors in the Central League Tournament, then matched that score in the second round of the District One Tournament to go with an opening-round 75 at Gilbertsville Golf Club to finish second behind Class AAA district champion Jackie Rogowicz of Pennsbury. ... Had a 74 in the Class AAA East Regional at Golden Oaks Golf Club to finish in a tie for fourth and earn a trip to states. ... Led the way for a Radnor team that finished second in Class AAA in the District One team competition by five shots to eventual state champ Mount St. Joseph. ... Named to the All-Central first team. ... A member at St. Davids Golf Club. ... Won the Pennsylvania Junior title last summer. ... Has a busy summer planned that includes qualifiers for the U.S. Girls' Junior and the U.S. Women's Amateur, a trip to San Diego to play in the American Junior Golf Association's inaugural Yani Tseng Invitational, among other AJGA events, and trying to qualify for the Junior PGA Championship.