Make it four in a row for Rachel Harmon.
With a low score of 81, Izard County's Harmon earned her fourth straight district medalist title Sept. 9 at The Golf Course on Turkey Mountain in Horseshoe Bend.
Harmon's 81 helped pave the way for the Lady Cougars to take the 2A North District Tournament championship with a team score of 304.
The Melbourne Lady Bearkatz, led by Maggie Cooper's 90, came in second with a score of 381. Calico Rock was third with a score of 410, with Salem finishing fourth at 417.
Kiley Mettler added a 93 for Izard County, while Kristen Doty shot a 130.
Melbourne got a 142 from Haley Wheelis and 149 from Abby Haley in the tourney.
Abbey Blevins paced Salem with a 121, with Sam Massey adding a 143 and Brandy Deloach a 150. Delaney Perky finished with a 153 and Makenzie Jewell a 163 for the Lady Hounds.
Calico Rock was paced by Emily Johnson's 107. Kaitlyn Fry finished with a 153 and Lauren Weatherford tallied a 174.
Alex Duncan shot a 175 for the Viola Lady Longhorns.
Kaitlyn Haney carded a 126 and Alex Blankenship a 143 for the Mammoth Spring Lady Bears.
In boys' action, Sam Cooper earned medalist honors for Melbourne with a 72, while teammate Bradley Lamb was close behind with a 76.
The Bearkatz finished atop the team standing with a 244, followed by Izard County's 293 and Salem's 294. Hillcrest shot a 335 and Calico Rock a 387.
Ben Cooper added a 96 for Melbourne, while Adam Cooper had a 100.
Izard County was led by Preston Harmon's 90. Uriah Mead logged a 97, with Caleb Cowan adding a 106 and Zack Logan a 115.
Ryan Rich and Beau McBride finished with a 94 apiece for Salem, while Matt Twilley had a 106 and Jesse Romine a 124.
Skylar Robbins shot a 92 for Viola.
Mammoth Spring's David Clark carded a 108, while Austin Lemonds had a 126.
Zack Taylor paced Calico Rock with a 118, while Sam Mason shot a 128, Jared Long a 141 and Julius Jarosz a 196.