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Written by Ernie Quatrani, Correspondent
September 26, 2013

         When Drew Kriebel qualified for the District 1 golf tournament with a four over par 78 in the PAC-10 championships on Monday at the Gilberstville Golf Club, it was a redemption of sorts for the Upper Perk junior.

        Kriebel, who has been Upper Perk’s top golfer over the last three years, failed to make districts last year after qualifying in 2011.

        “He had a totally different work ethic this year, as far as how much golf he played over the summer,” veteran Coach John Brittain noted. “I think he was probably, his words, embarrassed a little bit by not making it last year after making it as a freshman.”

        Kriebel finished just three strokes behind PAC-10 champion Brandon Vance of Methacton despite battling the windy, cool conditions on the course.

        “It’s a pretty long course, a lot longer than the courses we play throughout the year,” said Kriebel, whose strength is usually his long game.

         “The temperature was definitely cold out and the wind definitely made it a lot harder.”

        After getting off to a good start with a birdie on the first hole, Kriebel was at par after the first five holes and knew then he was in contention....



September 25, 2013

         When Drew Kriebel qualified for the District 1 golf tournament with a four over par 78 in the PAC-10 championships on Monday at the Gilberstville Golf Club, it was a redemption of sorts for the Upper Perk junior.

        Kriebel, who has been Upper Perk’s top golfer over the last three years, failed to make districts last year after qualifying in 2011.

        “He had a totally different work ethic this year, as far as how much golf he played over the summer,” veteran Coach John Brittain noted. “I think he was probably, his words, embarrassed a little bit by not making it last year after making it as a freshman.”

        Kriebel finished just three strokes behind PAC-10 champion Brandon Vance of Methacton despite battling the windy, cool conditions on the course.

        “It’s a pretty long course, a lot longer than the courses we play throughout the year,” said Kriebel, whose strength is usually his long game.

         “The temperature was definitely cold out and the wind definitely made it a lot harder.”...



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