Oregon high school girls soccer quarterfinals: Vote for Saturday’s top star

By Dan Brood  

Some highlights from Saturday’s action in the Oregon high school girls soccer state playoffs …


Beaverton 4, Bend 3 (OT)

Beaverton got two goals from Meg Unruh and one each from Lauren Ashe and Emily Rice in its 4-3 win over Bend in a match played Saturday in Bend.

Hannah Rice and Riley Unruh each had an assist for the Beavers, who got four saves from goalkeeper Brielle Fernando.

Beaverton moved to 14-2-1. The Beavers will play host to Forest Grove at 6 p.m. Tuesday in a semifinal match. Bend finished its season 11-4-1.

Forest Grove 2, Sherwood 1 (5-4 PKs)

Forest Grove goalkeeper Paige Everson made a save on Sherwood’s final attempt in the penalty-kick shootout to clinch the second straight dramatic win for the Vikings, who shocked Jesuit 2-1 in overtime in the second round.

Sophomore Joanna Long scored for Forest Grove in regulation, and Sherwood got a goal by freshman Savannah Leahy.

Forest Grove improved to 12-2-3. The Vikings will play at Beaverton in a semifinal match starting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday. Sherwood finished its season 8-4-6.

Grant 1, Oregon City 0

Grant received a goal by junior Katarina Roesinger with 1:08 left in the second half to get the 1-0 win over Oregon City in the match played Saturday at McDaniel High School.

The Generals improved to 15-1-1. They’ll face Sunset in a semifinal match Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at Delta Park’s Strasser Field. Oregon City finished its season 13-5.

Sunset 2, Lake Oswego 1 (4-2 PKs)

The Apollos edged the Lakers in a penalty-kick shootout. Read the full story here.


Wilsonville 6, Putnam 0

Wilsonville, with record-setting senior Lindsey Antonson scoring three goals, got a 6-0 win Saturday at Wilsonville High School. Read the full story here.

Crescent Valley 2, Corvallis 1

Crescent Valley got a goal by Abby Smith, off an assist from Nicole Huang, in the 52nd minute to get a 2-1 win over Corvallis in a match played Saturday at Crescent Valley High School.

The Raiders took a 1-0 lead when Charlotte Patel scored off an assist by Huang in the 22nd minute. Corvallis tied the score on a goal by Sahallie Wolfe in the 29th minute.

“Nicole Huang had an impressive showing, with two assists and solid distribution from the midfield.  Juliah Lyon and Molly Campbell were solid in the back for CV,” Raiders coach Blake Leamy said. “Sahallie Wolfe and Sydney Soskis were dangerous in the attack for Corvallis.”

Crescent Valley moved to 12-1-1. The Raiders will play at Wilsonville in a semifinal match Tuesday. Corvallis finished its season 11-4.

North Eugene 1, West Albany 0

Lauren Becraft, Chloe Wallace and Kara Becraft teamed for a goal in the 42nd minute, with Becraft knocking the ball in the net, giving North Eugene a 1-0 win over West Albany in a match played Saturday at North Eugene High School.

North Eugene goalkeeper Delanie Stiffler picked up her 13th shutout of the season.

North Eugene improved to 13-0-2. The Highlanders will play at La Salle Prep in a semifinal match Tuesday. West Albany finished its season 9-7.

La Salle Prep 4, Pendleton 0

Natalie Gonzalez, Sydney Spotts, Emilia Watrta and Maya Gutmann each scored a goal, helping La Salle Prep get a 4-0 home win over Pendleton on Saturday.

La Salle Prep improved to 14-2-1. The Falcons will play host to North Eugene in a semifinal contest Tuesday. Pendleton finished its season 11-4-1.


Gladstone 1, Marist Catholic 0

Madison Hill scored the only goal of the match, and goalkeeper Emersyn Stepp and the Gladstone defense posted a shutout in the Gladiators’ 1-0 win over Marist Catholic.

Gladstone moved to 15-1. The Gladiators will play host to Woodburn in a semifinal match Tuesday. Marist Catholic finished its season 13-2-2.

North Marion 1, Philomath 0

Dominique Huapeo scored off an assist from Teagan Welch in the 59th minute, giving North Marion a 1-0 win over Philomath in a match played Saturday at North Marion.

The Huskies also received strong play in the midfield from Ximenez Diaz. Adrie Lader, Ashley Delgado, Melanie Kirstein, Welch and Chloe Comerford also played strong in back. Mallory Patzer had eight saves.

North Marion improved to 12-3-1. The Huskies will play at Hidden Valley in a semifinal match Tuesday.

Woodburn 2, La Grande 0

Woodburn advanced with a 2-0 victory over La Grande in a match played Saturday at Woodburn High School.

The Bulldogs’ first goal was scored by captain Myranda Marquez, coming off a cross from Luz Rojas, 31 minutes and 30 seconds into the match. The left-footed shot came from about 25 yards, with the ball sailing just over the goalie’s hands.

Woodburn struck again about five minutes later, with Juli Rios scoring on a one-touch volley off a cross from Elizabeth Valdez Vasquez.

The shutout was Woodburn’s ninth of the season.

Woodburn moved to 11-0-4. The Bulldogs will play at Gladstone on Tuesday in a semifinal match starting at 6 p.m. La Grande finished its season 11-3-1.

Hidden Valley 1, Valley Catholic 0

Hidden Valley moved on with a 1-0 win over Valley Catholic in a contest played Saturday at Hidden Valley High School.

Hidden Valley improved to 14-0-2. The Mustangs will play host to North Marion in a semifinal match Tuesday. Valley Catholic finished its season 13-2-1.


Catlin Gabel 5, St. Mary’s 0

Catlin Gabel scored four goals in the second half to pull away and get the 5-0 win in a match played Saturday at Catlin Gabel.

The Eagles got two goals each from Charlotte Long and Kendrick Dahlin. Annika Sirtori had the other goal. Dahlin, Pia Patrikson, Lola Diaz-Gonzalez, Long and Grace Mueller each had an assist. Macy Fry had two saves in goal.

Catlin Gabel moved to 12-2-1. The Eagles will play host to Riverdale in a semifinal match Tuesday. St. Mary’s finished its season 7-7.

Oregon Episcopal School 4, Riverside 0

Oregon Episcopal School advanced with a 4-0 win over Riverside in a match played Saturday at OES.

OES improved to 10-2. The Aardvarks will play host to Dayton in a semifinal match Tuesday. Riverside finished its season 11-3-1.

Dayton 3, Sutherlin 0

Dayton, getting an impressive effort from its defense, moved on in the playoffs with a 3-0 win over Sutherlin in a match played Saturday at Dayton High School.

The Pirates struck early, getting a goal by first-year player Taylor Wilson (a former volleyball player) in the fifth minute. Dayton added a goal by sophomore Tana Williams, off a corner kick by Kya Kearns, in the 28th minute, giving Dayton a 2-0 halftime lead. Wilson scored again in the final three minutes to wrap up the scoring.

Dayton senior goalkeeper Adalynn Williams helped preserve the shutout. The Pirates also received strong play on defense from center back Jasmin Reos.

Riverdale 1, Pleasant Hill 0

Riverdale edged Pleasant Hill 1-0 in a match played Saturday at Pleasant Hill High School.

Riverdale improved to 8-5. The Mavericks will play at Catlin Gabel in a semifinal match Tuesday. Pleasant Hill finished its season 11-3.

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