Edmond Memorial scored on the sixth penalty kick of a shootout to defeat Edmond Santa Fe, 2-1.
The game was tied 1-1 at the end of regulation and neither team scored in two overtime periods.
Santa Fe, 10-4, had defeated Memorial 1-0 in a shootout in the regular season.
“It's tough to go out in the first round,” said Santa Fe coach Joe Peeler.
Edmond Memorial, 11-3, advances to meet Edmond North in the second round.
ZEPEDA'S BIG GAME LIFTS WESTERN HEIGHTS
Western Heights' Cesar Zepeda scored six goals as the Jets routed Guymon 8-0 in the 5A playoffs.
Western Heights (13-0) plays the winner of Chickasha and Northwest Classen on Friday.
Robert Owusu and Brian Garay each added a goal for the Jets, who led 3-0 after one half.
HERITAGE HALL REMAINS UNDEFEATED
The Heritage Hall duo of Austin Gordon and Connor McGinnis proved too much for El Reno in the opening round of the Class 5A boys soccer playoffs on Tuesday in a 9-1 victory.
The duo combined for five goals, with McGinnis recording three of them, as Heritage Hall continued its impressive offensive output this season. The Chargers have now outscored their opponents 84-8 this season.
The win moves the Chargers to 14-0 on the season and sets up a matchup with the winner of Capitol Hill and Lawton MacArthur in Friday's quarterfinals.
BETHANY EDGES CACHE
Bethany went on the road and delivered a strong performance to advance in the Class 4A playoffs.
Junior Michael Ross scored two goals in the first half, and that's all the Bronchos needed in a 2-1 victory at Cache.
Bethany (10-5) was also aided by a stellar performance from senior keeper Colin Spencer, who recorded eight saves.
Norman North cruised as senior Garrett Gibbs scored twice in a 4-1 victory over Yukon. ... Trevor Moore, Kirby Falcon and Matt Collier each scored a goal in Edmond North's 3-1 win against Westmoore. ... Junior Theo Ostas scored at the 31-minute mark in the first half, proving enough to lift Norman over McGuinness 1-0 in the Class 6A playoffs.
MAGRUDER PROPELS MUSTANG
Mustang's Alina Magruder waited until nearly the last minute to deliver the decisive blow.
The sophomore scored the lone goal Tuesday in the 78th minute to propel Mustang to a 1-0 victory over Norman.
It was Magruder's 10th goal this season, but perhaps her biggest as it propelled the Broncos (10-4) to Friday's semifinals against Norman North, which beat Southmoore 6-0 on Tuesday.
DIKE LEADS EDMOND NORTH
Edmond North's Courtney Dike did her job.
The senior scored one goal and assisted another to help the Huskies advance in the Class 6A girls soccer playoffs with a 2-0 victory over McGuinness on Tuesday.
Edmond North (12-2) now plays Putnam City North on Friday in the quarterfinals in a rematch of last week's district finale.
“If we can play how we know we can play with the consistency of today's game, then it should be a good game,” Edmond North coach Meagan Anderson said. “They're not in the second round of the playoffs because they're not a good team.
“We're not going to change anything we do. We're going to pressure and get the ball forward. Nothing different.”
DEER CREEK ROUTS LAWTON MAC
Mikayla Lowery scored three goals and Deer Creek rolled to the Class 5A quarterfinals with a 10-0 victory against Lawton MacArthur.
Deer Creek (11-3) plays Chickasha, which beat Heritage Hall 2-1 on Tuesday, in Friday's quarterfinals.
All three of Lowery's goals came in the first half as the Antlers jumped to a 6-0 lead.
But she wasn't alone in the scoring output. Sophia Brazil added two goals and an assist, while Taylor Gross scored once and had two assists.
“It's really not just them,” Deer Creek coach Misty Thompson said. “Our system, the way it allows and the way we play it, they just play off each other.”
Kylee Johnson also scored twice in the second half.
NOBLE GIRLS REMAIN PERFECT
Noble remained unbeaten on the season by knocking off Northwest Classen, 6-0, in the first round of the playoffs.
Jesse Goodner and Gracie Jonas each scored two goals for the Lady Bears, who improved to 14-0 on the season.
Noble will now host Carl Albert in the quarterfinals on Friday night. Carl Albert defeated Durant 1-0 on Tuesday night.