Move over Montgomery High School.Make room for Byron Nelson.The Byron Nelson Lady Bobcats are the new Class 4A girls golf state champions.The Lady Bobcats shot a 621 on Austin's Onion Creek Course April 29-30 to win by four strokes over - who else? Montgomery.Montgomery, located about an hour north of Houston, had won four consecutive state championships and 11 in the previous 12 years. In 2012, Montgomery edged runner-up Nelson by three shots.“It’s very apropos that the Byron Nelson High School girls golf team won the state championship, considering the town was built around the only golf course designed by Ben Hogan and the namesake of the school is a golf legend," Trophy Club mayor pro tem Glenn Strother said."The Town Council and residents of Trophy Club are so proud of these young ladies and their huge accomplishment to become the best 4A girls golf team in the State of Texas.”Town manager Mike Slye echoed Strother's praise.“We are so proud of these exceptional athletes and their incredible achievements throughout the year. Go Bobcats!” he said.Nelson was led by Maty Monzingo, who shot 4-over-par 144 (72-72) for two days. She was the runner-up medalist behind Grace Choi of Dallas Wilson, who posted a 132.Also for Nelson, Alexandra Batista was 15th overall with a 153 (80-73) and Zoey DaneshFar tied for 17th with a 156 (80-76).Rounding out the Lady Bobcats' scores were Allyson Springer with a 168 (84-84) and Aimee Mires with a 173 (89-84).The top four scores from each round comprised the team total.Four of the five, with the exception of Batista, were on the team last season. Springer, DaneshFar and Mozingo were also on the squad when they finished fifth in 2011.Nelson Boys FourthLike their lady counterparts, the Nelson boys have established themselves at perennial powers with back-to-back state tournament appearances. The Bobcats shot 590 to finish fourth this season.Highland Park won with a 560, Cedar Park was second with a 585, and Austin Vandergrift was third with a 589.Ryan Johnson led the Bobcats, shooting a 142 (75-67) for ninth overall individually. Scottie Scheffler of Highland Park won with a 135.Johnny Jones finished with a 147 72-75) for Nelson, followed by Ty Hazlewood with a 148 (73-75), Hayden Springer at 153 (76-77) and Mitchell Ray at 158 (78-80).Also like the Lady Bobcats, four members of this year's team were on the team last season when they placed third, the exception being Hazlewood. He replaced Major Mozingo, who also advanced to state individually in 2011 and brought home a bronze medal for third place.