continued A nine-year Symetra Tour veteran, Fererro, a California native, a shot a bogey-free 67, while Little, a recent University of Oregon graduate, started her round by holing out for eagle on the par-four 10th, was four under through five holes and played par golf the rest of the way.
Five players - Courtney Massey, Olivia Jordan-Higgins, Michelle Shin, Cydney Clanton and Rachael Schmidt - share fourth place at three-under-par 68, Son and Rohanna sharing the low rounds in the afternoon wave.
Five more, including Breanna Elliott, Amy Meier, Marina Alex, Seehee Son and Rachel Rohanna, are at 69. In all, 23 players broke par and 11 matched it.
Section III girls golf champion Larissa Carter, from Auburn, was one under through two holes, but fell to an 81 by day's end. Defending champion Victoria Elizabeth struggled, too, only managing a 77, while 2009 champion Jenny Suh had a 75, likely knocking both of them out of contention early.