VASSALBORO — Lindsay Cote had a new team. She had high expectations for herself.
All the Waterville senior golfer needed was a chance to play.
“When they pushed all the dates back in August, I got really worried,” said Cote, formerly of Nokomis, who tied for third in the state tournament last year and then won the Maine Junior Amateur Championship this summer. “I got really optimistic in June, July, beginning of August. But when they started to push the dates back I was getting a little worried. I was really holding on to hoping there was going to be a season.”
That season began Monday, as golf teams around the state played their first matches of the abbreviated schedule. At Natanis Golf Course, Cony took on Gardiner and Maranacook, while Erskine hosted Lawrence and Waterville. At JW Parks Golf Course in Pittsfield, Nokomis took on MCI and Mount View. Brunswick hosted Morse and Mt. Ararat at Brunswick Golf Club. And plenty of other teams got their seasons, which were…