WINDSOR -- Monica Chen was medalist with a score of 3-under 69 to lead the Mission San Jose High girls golf team to the North Coast Section Division I Tournament of Champions team title Monday at Windsor Golf Club.
Chen had six birdies on the front nine and three bogeys on the back on the short but tricky course.
The Warriors had a five-player team score of 390, followed by runner-up Justin-Siena-Napa (395) and Foothill (402).
The top three teams, plus the top four individuals not on a qualifying team, advanced to the Northern California championships Nov. 5 at Brookside Country Club in Stockton. The state championship is at Red Hill Country Club in Rancho Cucamonga on Nov. 13.
Alex Sborov of Foothill and Heritage's Megan Conder each shot a 70 to tie for second, and Granada's Yuri Ahn and Justin-Siena's Kathleen Scavo both shot a 71 to finish tied for fourth.
Katie Sborov, Alex's twin sister, had a 74 to finish sixth for Foothill, which has surged in the postseason. The Falcons had the low team score at last week's NCS Division I Qualifier.
"We had a really great day," Falcons coach Ashley Kettmann said. "Lucky for us we've improved each week that we've played, so that's kind of been in our favor."
Carondelet was fourth with a team score of 417 and East Bay Athletic League champion Amador Valley, which was seeking a third consecutive NCS title, finished fifth (420).
East Bay players advancing as individuals besides Conder and Ahn were Acalanes' Elizabeth Schultz (73) and Amador Valley's Kimberly Liu (75), who won a playoff for the fourth individual spot.
Mission San Jose had a memorable postseason run last year, placing second at the NCS Tournament of Champions, first at the NorCal Tournament -- with Chen as the individual runner-up -- and fourth at the state championship.