The Class 4A boys soccer state championship trophy is going to reside on the south side of Oklahoma City.
The only question is which school gets to take it home.
Southeast defeated Fort Gibson 2-0 Tuesday night at Putnam City West to advance to the championship match in search of its first boys soccer title.
On the other side of the bracket, Santa Fe South knocked off Poteau 3-1. Santa Fe South is looking for its second title, after winning it all in 2009.
The game will be played at OU, either Friday or Saturday. The date and time will be announced Wednesday.
DEER CREEK GIRLS CHASING THREE-PEAT
With a pair of goals from Madi May, two-time defending champion Deer Creek advanced to the Class 5A girls title game with a 2-0 win over Claremore.
Claremore managed only five shots on goal against the Antlers, who improved to 14-2.
Deer Creek has won four girls soccer titles, in 1995, 2009, 2012 and 2013.
MEMORIAL GIRLS UPSET TULSA UNION
Tulsa Union came into Tuesday’s girls semifinal match against Edmond Memorial looking to continue its unbeaten season, but instead, the Redskins were sent home.
Edmond Memorial pulled off a 2-1 upset victory over Tulsa Union to clinch a spot in the Class 6A title game.
Lana Duke and Hannah Molone scored goals for the Bulldogs, both in the first half.
NORMAN NORTH BOYS, GIRLS ADVANCE
Norman North will have two shots at a soccer title this weekend.
Both the boys and girls advanced to the finals, each with 1-0 wins over Broken Arrow.
The Norman North girls got a goal from Lexi Carroll in the final minute to pick up the victory. The boys got an early goal from Carson Cacciatore and held on to advance in pursuit of its third state title, all in the last five years.
Norman North will face Owasso for the boys title.
On the girls side, Norman North will take on Edmond Memorial. Sites and times for all championship matches will be announced Wednesday.
HERITAGE HALL KEEPS ROLLING
Heritage Hall scored three second-half goals and cruised to its 33rd consecutive victory over the past two seasons.
Tuesday’s 4-1 win over Tulsa East Central puts the defending champion Chargers back in the 5A title game, where they’ll face Skiatook.