High school soccer roundup: Putnam City North wins

By Justin Harper, Staff Writer, jharper@opubco.com Published: May 5, 2010
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m style="b">Ramiro Becerra scored twice and added two assists as the Saints outshot the Boomers 26-5.

Mustang girls top Norman
Mustang got a historical monkey off its back with a 3-1 victory over longtime nemesis Norman on Tuesday.

Mustang moved to 14-1 and will meet Westmoore in Friday’s quarterfinal round. But to get there the Broncos had to beat a team that knocked them out of the playoffs seven times in a 10-year span and once (from 1991-1995) ended Mustang’s season five straight years by a combined score of 30-0.

Tuesday, Tyler Barajas scored a goal and had an assist, while Bailey Boulware scored her 20th goal of the season and Alissa Jones had two assists.

Perennial power Norman stayed even with the Broncos in the first half as Lauren Goodman scored off an assist from Mackenzie Burkhart. The seven-time state champion Tigers close the season at 10-4.

Huskies record shutout win
Edmond North’s girls, ranked second in Class 6A, bested Norman North 3-0 as Courtney Dike collected a playoff hat trick. Sherri Collins, Camille Sanders and Carly Yates each had assists in the Huskies’ win.

The victory sends Edmond North up against rival Edmond Memorial in Friday’s quarterfinals.

Irish rock Lawton Mac
With Alexa Gonce collecting three goals and two assists and CC Guzman adding a hat trick and an assist, McGuinness beat Lawton MacArthur 7-0 in the Class 5A girls playoffs. The Irish outshot Mac 41-5, and McGuinness keeper Elyse Hight posted her 11th shutout of the season.

Memorial shines late in win
Edmond Memorial’s girls scored three second-half goals to send their match into overtime and then got the game-winner to knock off Putnam City North 4-3.

Maddi Hillis had two scores and an assist in the 15th-ranked Bulldogs’ upset of the fifth-ranked Panthers. Edmond Memorial moved to 6-4 on the season, while PC North closes at 10-5.



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