See below for boys soccer results and highlights from Wednesday’s playoff action in all classifications. We will add more highlights as we receive them. Coaches may email results and details to [email protected].
The quarterfinals are on Saturday.
Jesuit 4, South Eugene 1 – After a scoreless first half, South Eugene got on the board first when Parker Dickson converted a penalty kick in the 48th minute. Jesuit responded on a Remi Grayson goal assisted by Aiden Azavedo six minutes later to knot the score and the Crusaders scored three more times in the next 12 minutes to pull away. Grayson finished with two goals, Truman Delaney had a goal and assists and Azavedo two assists for the top seeds.
Summit 4, Liberty 0 -- Kamdon Simmons scored twice to lead the Storm into the quarterfinals.
Forest Grove 1, Central Catholic 0 -- Junior forward Antonio Cipriano tapped it in the back of the net with 12 minutes left to lift the Vikings.
Centennial 1, Clackamas 0 -- Centennial scored in the 47th minute then used stout defense to hold off league foe Clackamas, which defeated it, 3-1, during the regular season.
Franklin 1, Lincoln 0 (O.T.) -- Sophomore Darren Green scored in the first overtime to put the Lightning into the quarterfinals for the first time in school history.
Grant 1, Tigard 0 -- Grant scored in the first half and withstood a Tigard onslaught after the break to make the goal stand up.
Cleveland 2, Sunset 0 -- Aidan Burns scored in the 62nd minute, beating a defender and shooting from about eight yards out, and Saul Sosa added another goal in the 70th minute, blasting it from 25 yards off the post.
Reynolds 2, Tualatin 0 -- Reynolds scored midway through the second half and tacked on insurance late in the 2-0 shutout.
La Salle Prep 5, The Dalles / Dufur 0 -- The top-seeded Falcons led 4-0 at the half and tacked one on after the break to win going away. Sky Charley-Bolyard tallied twice for the victors, who also got a goal from freshman Quentin Strange and two All-State players from last year, Noa Taylor and Luke Strange.
Corvallis 4, Churchill 1 -- Senior forward Edgar Monroy had a hat trick as the Spartans ousted the Lancers. Mauricio Nieves-Bernal had the other goal for Corvallis, which led 1-0 at half.
Hillsboro 2, South Albany 1 (PKs) -- Each team scored in the first half. After two scoreless overtimes, Hillsboro won the penalty-kick shootout 5-4.
North Salem 2, Eagle Point 1 -- The Vikings, playing with a one-man advantage in the last 30 minutes after an on-field altercation, scored twice in the last seven minutes to come from behind and get the road win over the Eagles.
Wilsonville 4, Willamette 1 -- After spotting Willamette a 1-0 lead in the fourth minute, Wilsonville scored the next four goals. Adam Landy scored off headers on assists from Ryan McCord in the 25th minute and Angel Ulloa in the 30th minute. Sam Blohn and Elijah Powilson scored unassisted goals late in the second half to seal the win.
Silverton 5, Ridgeview 0 – Ezra Bradford and Britton Ullan scored first-half goals for the Foxes, who added three more after the break in the shutout win.
Hood River Valley 3, West Albany 0
Ashland 4, Parkrose 0 -- After losing in the first round the last four years, the Grizzlies finally advanced with a win over the Broncos. Carson Pindell scored off an assist from Davidson Graham in the 15th minute and Scott Gustafson added an unassisted goal to make it 2-0 at half. Michael Holden converted an assist from Graham in the 72nd minute and Rio Giancarlo added the final goal in the 78th minute.
Marist Catholic 2, Baker / Powder Valley 0 -- Justin Guzman and Irwin Leon scored as the Spartans extended their winning streak to 13.
La Grande 3, North Marion 0
Stayton 8, Molalla 1 – Omar Renteria scored Stayton’s first two goals and the Eagles scored four more times in the first half to build a 6-1 lead at the break in the decisive win. Martin Ruiz scored in the fifth minute for Molalla to knot the game before Stayton reeled off seven unanswered.
Phoenix 1, Seaside 0 – In a match that featured aggressive play on both sides, Phoenix scored the only goal with two minutes left in the first half, when Jorge Mejia crossed the ball to Miguel Conchas, who scored from 16 yards to the top of the far post.
Ontario 3, Gladstone 1 – Greg Rodriguez scored twice in the first half to put Ontario in command at the break. Gladstone scored with five minutes left in the match to make things tense. Ontario came back three minutes later, getting insurance from Jaime Gonzalez to seal the win, the Tigers’ first in the playoffs since 2012.
Woodburn 2, North Valley 1
McLoughlin 1, Hidden Valley 0 -- Kael Castruita scored in the first five minutes as the Pioneers won on the road.
Valley Catholic 1, Cottage Grove 0 – The Valiants scored the match’s only goal on a penalty kick midway through the second half.
Catlin Gabel 6, Umatilla 0 – In a match played Tuesday, Catlin Gabel scored two goals in the first 12 minutes, went into the half with a five-goal lead and cruised to the shutout win. Jed Whalen Stewart, Felipe Rueda, Mateo Sufuentes and Spud Ward were the goal scorers for the Eagles. "Umatilla showed tremendous heart throughout the match and brought out one of our best performances of the year,” said Catlin Gabel coach Peter Shulman. “They made us work hard for everything and Coach Ortiz has a talented, competitive group of young players. We got outstanding performances from Senior Captain Evan Karp in the midfield, aided by Junior winger Mateo Sufuentes, and sophomore striker Felipe Rueda; and Senior defender Will Swan. We had to execute at a high level to be successful, and tonight we hit the mark."
Santiam Christian 4, Umpqua Valley Christian 1 -- The Eagles took an early 3-0 lead and held on for the win. Ben Galceranm, Hayato Kojima and Devon Fitzpatrick scored for Santiam Christian in the first half. Koby Sewall scored for Umpqua Valley Christian in the second half, and Kojima scored again to make it 4-1.
Riverdale 1, Delphian 0 -- Anders Nielsen scored off a free kick with 15 minutes left for the win.
Taft 11, Central Linn 0 -- Undefeated Taft scored five in the first half and rolled. Keeper Sam Cortes recorded his 11th shutout on the season.
Brookings-Harbor 3, Westside Christian / Perrydale 2
St. Mary’s, Medford 6, Sutherlin 0 -- Junior midfielder Nate Sternenberg had a hat trick to stake St. Mary's to a 3-0 halftime lead. Cooper Hopkins, Will Kranenburg and Charlie Reade added second-half goals.
Riverside 7, De La Salle North Catholic 2 -- Riverside raced to a 4-0 halftime lead and withstood second half goals from Emanuel Montoya-Pena and Bereket Getachew for De La Salle to take the win.
Oregon Episcopal School 9, Cascade Christian 0 -- The Aardvarks scored twice in the first five minutes and led 6-0 at half in the runaway victory. Kennedy Balandi scored four goals and Connor Mansfield had one goal and three assists.