St. Bernard’s Hannah Finck and Del Norte’s Charley Tygart tied for the low score of the day at the fourth round of H-DNL girls golf on Thursday.
The low round was the second of the season for Tygart, both of which have come at Del Norte and both with a round of 94.
Finck also shot a 94 for her best round of the year, beating her previous season-best by an impressive 12 strokes.
This season has also seen four different winners in four rounds.
On Thursday, the Arcata Tigers made their move with a big team performance to re-take the season lead for the team championship.
The Arcata girls out-shot their league rivals by 19 strokes to move well ahead in the standings.
The defending league champions will be tough to stop after opening up a 45-stroke lead, with Eureka in second and McKinleyville now two strokes further adrift.
Del Norte’s Madi Calleja also had a big round and shot a 95 to finish just one stroke behind Finck and Tygart.
Nelson, who had the low score in the opening two rounds of league play, remains atop the individual season standings.
Nelson has a total of 290, which is nine strokes ahead of Tygart (299) in second.
Finck (308) and McKinleyville’s Neyr-res Bartoo (308) are now tied for third just nine strokes further back.
Lopez (311) rounds out top five.
Bartoo shot a 104 on Thursday to tie Arcata’s Lily Cunningham for sixth best round of the day, followed by St. Bernard’s Estella Monahan in seventh with a 106.
Del Norte’s Sophia Jager and Fortuna’s Sophia Campbell each shot a 107 to tie for ninth on the day.
Three more rounds remain in league play.
Next up, the girls will compete at the Redwood Empire Golf & Country Club in Fortuna on Monday.