The Trojans were hoping for better results in a couple of rematches with two opponents. While scores improved since the previous encounters such was not enough.
Hosting Masuk on Monday, May 13, Weston shaved 19 strokes off its game since the last time the two sides met. The Panthers had improved as well, winning 211-221 at Aspetuck Valley Country Club.
The visitors not only had the win but the medalist as well. Trish Gentile led the way with a 49, one stroke ahead of Weston’s Joy Essaghof.
Lauren Solinsky shot a 55. Both Claire Cook and Anna West finished with 58.
Weston was at Racebrook Country Club the next day to face Lauralton Hall. The defending South-Wet Conference champs, the Crusaders showed they are a serious threat to defend their title, winning 183-216.
Essaghof led Weston again, this time with a 45. Solinsky followed with a 52.
Cook shot a 58 for the second straight match and Kendra Savage completed the scoring with a 61. West shot a 51 but was in the sixth golfer spot and her score was not used.
Weston ended the week on a winning note when it visited Oronoque Country Club on Thursday. Posting its best score of the week, it easily defeated Bunnell 212-265.
Essaghof was the medalist this time with a 46. Both West and Solinsky tied with 55 apiece. Cook was a stroke behind them to complete the scoring for the team.
Now 8-7 overall, Weston finishes the regular season this week and takes part in the SWC championship on Tuesday at Orange Hills Country Club.