Soccer playoff pairings
Class 6A Girls
Tuesday's Games (west side only)
Bishop McGuinness (7-2) at Edmond North (11-2), 6 p.m.: Third-ranked Edmond North is riding a seven-game winning streak entering the playoffs.
Putnam City North (9-4) at Edmond Memorial (11-2), 6 p.m.: Karla Cabello leads the Lady Panthers with 22 goals. Edmond Memorial tied Norman North for district title but lost head-to-head meeting and got No. 2 seed. Leading scorer is Lisa Robinson, who has signed with Oklahoma.
Southmoore (8-5) at Norman North (10-2), 6 p.m.: A rematch of a season opener won by Norman North, 2-0.
Mustang (9-4) at Norman (9-3), 6 p.m.: Lexi Jones leads Lady Broncos with 15 assists while Alina Magruder has nine goals.
Class 6A Boys
Westmoore (6-7) at Edmond North (11-2), 8 p.m.: Trevor Moore leads top-ranked Edmond North with 15 goals. Chris Ong and Francisco Arvizo are Westmoore's top scorers.
Edmond Santa Fe (10-3) at Edmond Memorial (10-3), 8 p.m.: Senior defender Austin Place is Santa Fe's best player. Senior defender Sam Arnold and goal keeper Evan Helker were the big reasons the Bulldogs allowed just one goal in final six district games, all Edmond Memorial wins. Santa Fe won regular season meeting in a 1-0 shootout.
Yukon (8-6) at Norman North (10-3), 8 p.m.: Defending state champion Norman North's all three losses this season have been in shootouts. Junior Mauro Cichero of Norman North is considered by many the best player in the state. Yukon's top scorer is LondN Khamphanthala
Bishop McGuinness (6-4) at Norman (12-1), 8 p.m.: Norman's only loss of the season was 1-0 to Edmond North. Tigers' goal keeper Andrew Arledge has six shutouts and Matt Hockett leads the team in scoring with eight goals.
Class 5A Girls
Lawton MacArthur (5-5) at Deer Creek (10-3), 5 p.m.: Lauren Haivala and Sophia Brazil lead Deer Creek in scoring with a combined 24 goals.
Heritage Hall (8-5) at Chickasha (10-3), 5 p.m.: Seniors Kelsey Taylor and Hannah Elrod lead the Chickasha attack. Baillie Miller has scored 22 goals for Heritage Hall.
Northwest Classen (7-6) at Noble (13-0), 7 p.m.: Noble has allowed just one goal all season. Sidney David is the Lady Bears' best defender. Elizabeth Rojas is Northwest Classen's leading scorer.
Durant (10-3) at Carl Albert (8-5), 6:30 p.m.: Freshman Brea Davis is Carl Albert's leading scorer with 11 goals. Goal keeper Janessa Egler has 97 saves and allowed just 10 goals in 13 games.
Class 5A Boys
El Reno (7-5) at Heritage Hall (13-0), 6 p.m.: Connor McGinnis leads third-ranked Heritage Hall with 21 goals, while Austin Gordon has 15.
Capitol Hill (9-3) at Lawton MacArthur (8-4), 7:30 p.m.: Eduardo Moncada and Victor Bernal lead Capitol Hill in scoring with seven each. Tyler Hall leads Lawton MacArthur with 11 goals.
Guymon (5-5) at Western Heights (12-0), 6 p.m.: Seniors Cesar Zepada and Robert Owuso led the Jets to their first unbeaten regular season in 19 years.
Chickasha (7-5) at Northwest Classen (8-5), 7:30 p.m. at Taft Stadium: Devin Warden has seven goals for Chickasha to lead the team. Northwest Classen is the defending state champion.
Class 4A Girls
Classen SAS (4-5) at Elk City (11-2), 5 p.m.: Elk City has won seven in a row and only two losses were in shootouts
Newcastle (8-3) at Harrah (11-2), 6 p.m.: Harrah went unbeaten in district play, outscoring opponents 34-2
Weatherford (13-3) at Piedmont (12-2), 5 p.m.: Piedmont won nine consecutive games since losing 4-3 to Harrah in a shootout on March 14
Bethany (7-7) at Cache (11-2): Cache outscored opponents 45-6 this season. Bethany has won six in a row since a 2-0 defeat to Harrah in the district opener.
Class 4A Boys
Dove Science-OKC (7-3) at Woodward (9-2): Woodward is riding a six-game winning streak
Clinton (7-5) at Santa Fe South (10-3), 7 p.m.: No. 2 Santa Fe South only three losses have been to 5A and 6A opponents
Weatherford (11-2) at Southeast (9-3), 7:30 p.m.: Midfielders Juan Ulloa and Joe Alvarez are Southeast's best players. The Spartans have qualified for the playoffs four of the last five seasons.
Bethany (7-7) at Cache (9-4): Cache won seven of its last eight and went unbeaten in district play. Bethany has won six of its last seven with the only loss coming to Santa Fe South in a 3-2 shootout.