BRIGHAM CITY -- While Davis High's Carly Oldroyd finished in her usual spot as the top golfer at the Region 1 season-ending tournament, a swarm of Warriors took the team title for the third season in a row.
Region 1 staged its final tournament on Monday at Eagle Mountain Golf Course, with Weber finishing in its usual spot atop the leaderboard.
"Three titles in a row, it was the girls' goal and we feel pretty good about accomplishing that," Weber coach Bart Poll said. "This group has been solid week to week with lots of depth in our lineup."
Oldroyd was solid week to week as well, finishing first in each of the weekly invitationals. On Monday, Olrdoyd tallied 84 points in the modified stableford format to top the field.
Emily Barker (73), Bayleigh Woodland (71) and Haylee Chugg (69) finished second, third and fourth, pacing five Weber golfers in the top 10.
"For the past couple of years, Tara Green was the dominant golfer, but these girls wanted to show they could win as a team as well," Poll said. "They been committed to practice, every one of the girls. They worked hard as a team; it's fun to win it as a team."
Layton's Amber Daley shot 66, followed by Fremont's Paige Beus (65), Layton's Melissa Moore (64), Weber's Sierra Schwitzer and Syracuse's Becca Starks (63), with Northridge's Mae Brennan and Layton's Haley Gardner 10th at 62.
The Warriors tallied 213 points on the day to win the tournament and top the overall standings. Layton and Davis finished 2-3, with Fremont edging Syracuse for the fourth spot and a berth at next week's state 5-A tournament at Wasatch Mountain State Park.
Syracuse finished four points behind Fremont in the final chase, with Northridge sixth.
Tigers take Region 11 title over Trojans
Ogden had the title wrapped up in advance of last Thursday's Region 11 tournament at Remuda Golf Course in Farr West, but the Tigers went out and shot their lowest team round of the tournament to put an exclamation point on the season.
Good thing, too, because Morgan also scored its best round of the season.
"The girls have really come together, and Xena Motes give us that extra boost," Ogden coach Jim Price said. "Our top four golfers have been consistent and earned the title."
Motes recorded an 81 to win Thursday's medalist honors and confirm her season-long spot. Teammates Andi McBride (90) and Kelsey East (92) finished among the leaders in the regular-season finale.
Jamie McBride will join the rest of the Tigers at state.
Bear River and Ben Lomond will join the top two teams at the state 3-A tourney, set for next Monday in Vernal.