CAPTAIN Isabel Brozena has led the way in North Reading’s impressive 5-0 start. The senior, who will be playing golf at Xavier University next year, shot an even-par 36 at North Reading’s home Hillview Golf Course in their win over Triton on Tuesday. (Eric Evans Photo)



NORTH READING — The red-hot North Reading High golf team improved to 5-0 on Tuesday afternoon as they rolled over guest Triton, 155-121, at Hillview County Club.

“Everybody contributed from one to eight,” said Hornets head coach Brian McAuliffe.

Isabel Brozena led the way again as she shot an even-par 36 for 36 points. Jason Curran was right behind her with 34 points while junior, Tom Gazda, had 28.

Despite the recent rain, McAuliffe was pleased with the shape of the course.

“The course held up well even though I saw a couple of pine tress that went down,” he pointed out. “They do a good job there of keeping the course in good shape.”

In the home opener on Sept. 7, the Hornets blasted Pentucket, 161-89, on a hot and humid day.

“They didn’t let the heat get to them,” said McAuliffe.

Brozena, who will be playing in college at Xavier next fall, had 43 points while sophomore Leo Romanski was second with 33.

“Leo played very well that day,” said McAuliffe.

Max Forristall, another 11th-grader, scored 28 points.

It has been quite a turnaround for the Hornets who won only four matches last fall.

“It feels good what we have been able to accomplish this year so far,” said McAuliffe, who had five veterans back from last year’s team.

On Sept. 14, the Hornets have a big match against Newburyport at Rowley Country Club. North Reading then faces Rockport at Rockport Golf Club on Sept. 19.

Both of those matches will start at 3:30 p.m.