The race for the boys H-DNL championship will go down to the final night of action, although the Arcata Tigers won their game in hand on Tuesday night to claim at least a co-championship.
The Tigers won at South Fork 6-1.
The victory lifts them to 9-0-2 in league play, while the Eureka Loggers are 7-0-4 and can still be crowned co-champs of they win their final game at Del Norte on Thursday and the Tigers lose their final game at home to McKinleyville on the same day.
Kaden O’Brien also scored twice and added an assist, while Kayin Kloberdanz had a goal and an assist.
Julian Gillespie rounded out the scoring, while Tex Larsen and Miles Kraemer each also had an assist.
In other H-DNL games on Tuesday, Del Norte tied the Panthers 1-1 at McKinleyville High.
Adrian Contreras scored in the opening half for the visitors, but the home team tied things up late when senior Angel Gonzalez scored from 30 yards out to salvage a share of the points.
Gonzalez was one of three Mack seniors who were honored before the game, along with Daniel Jones and Gino Gonzalez and all three led the second-half charge.
“After a slow start to the senior day game we showed a spirited effort in the second half,” McKinleyville head coach Ryne Deppe said.
Del Norte is now 6-4-1, and both teams will close out the regular season on Thursday.