Stevens' PK helps Axemen advance.
Daley Stevens made a penalty kick after a hand ball to give South Eugene a 1-0 victory over visiting Wilson in a Class 6A boys soccer playoff game Saturday.
Wilson was called for a hand ball near the goal line in the 65th minute to set up the opportunity for South Eugene, which will play host to McNary at 6 p.m. Tuesday in a second-round game.
Evan Turner had five saves in his seventh shutout of the season for the Axemen, who were the lone Southwest Conference team to win Saturday.[Text]
Class 5A boys playoffs
Glencoe 7, Thurston 4: Gustavo Machuca had a hat trick, and Sam Valenzuela had a goal and three assists for the Colts, who gave up two goals late in the first half after tying the score at 2-2.
Machuca's second goal got Thurston within 4-3 two minutes into the second half, but the Colts got no closer.[Text]
Class 4A boys playoffs
La Grande 3, Sisters 1: Max Quinn had the only goal for the Outlaws in their first-round loss on the road.[Text]
Philomath 5, Coquille 3: Morgan Foster and Devan Stucki scored twice apiece to lead the Warriors to the first-round victory at Coquille.[Text]
Class 6A girls playoffs
Redmond 1, South Eugene 0: Syndey Tucker scored from 30 yards out in the 94th minute to push the host Panthers past the Axemen in overtime.
Shelby Green had four saves for South Eugene, which finished the season with a 6-8-2 record.[Text]
Class 5A girls playoffs
Churchill 3, Silverton 1: Kallynn Adkinson and Melyssa Weber each scored and also assisted on each other's goal as the Lancers rallied for a first-round victory over the visiting Silver Foxes.
Sasha Ousterhout gave the Foxes a 1-0 lead in the seventh minute. The Lancers rallied on goals by Adkinson in the 45th minute, Ali Wonn off Tara Denehey's assist in the 61st minute and Weber in the 73rd.
Christine Wilson had four saves for Churchill (7-8-1), the third seed from the Midwestern League, which advances to play at Cleveland at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.[Text]
Class 4A/3A/2A/1A playoffs
Cottage Grove 1, Western Mennonite 0: Reed Levings scored off a pass from Brittan Hemenway in the 50th minute to give the Lions the victory over the visiting Pioneers in a first-round state playoff game.
The Lions had a 16-4 advantage in shots. Kyla Walley earned the shutout for Cottage Grove, which will play at District 7 champion Baker in a second-round game on Tuesday.[Text]
Sisters 5, Umpqua Valley Christian 2: Amity Calvin scored twice in the first two minutes to lead the Outlaws to the road victory.
Marin Allin scored twice for Sisters, which got a goal and an assist from Kelly Cole.[Text]