At Inglemoor 4, Puyallup 3 (OT): Right after Blake McMillian scored in the 75th minute to give Puyallup a 3-2 lead, Inglemoor tied it 30 seconds later on Derek Kuhn’s header – and went on to win a shootout, 6-5, at Pop Keeney Stadium in Bothell.
After Tanner Vogt, McMillian, Trevor Lee, Eric Orse and Michael Berge converted penalty kicks in the shootout for Puyallup to tie it at 5-5, Isak Visser’s attempt was deflected.
Christian Nesselquist made the game-winner on Inglemoor’s next attempt.
“They were putting huge pressure on us,” Puyallup coach Matt White said. “They have 13 seniors.”
At Richland 3, Stadium 0: Ali Kamara’s goal in the 28th minute gave the Bombers a 2-0 lead, and all but sent the Tigers home from Richland High School with an opening-round loss.
Stadium had a chance to cut it to 2-1 early in the second half. Austin Yon and Gabriel Castillo had two close-range shots that were deflected by a defender.
At Kennewick 3, Enumclaw 2: Clinging to a 2-1 lead, the Mid-Columbia Conference champions put the match away on Miguel Lopez’s one-on-one goal in the 73rd minute, and the Lions won at Lampson Stadium.
The Hornets scored on Austin Walsh’s header six minutes later, but ran out of time.
Franklin Pierce 1, at Archbishop Murphy 0 (OT): The underdog Cardinals advanced to the quarterfinals by shocking the host Wildcats, 4-2, in a shootout at Everett’s Memorial Stadium.
Franklin Pierce goalkeeper Steven Wolfe deflected the Wildcats’ first penalty-kick attempt, and Sanford Stabbert, Cory Shockley, Dakota Scott and Sawyer Webster all converted their shots in the final session for the SPSL 2A co-champions.
Webster won it when his shot went inside right post. Wolfe had 12 saves in a shutout performance. Franklin Pierce hosts Tyee on Saturday night.
At Tyee 4, Capital 1: Kellen O’Neill gave the Cougars a 1-0 lead midway through the first half on a 20-yard blast, but after that, it was all the Totems in a victory at Highline Stadium.
Tyee scored three goals in a 14-minute span – the last on Hamidou Kante’s putback in the 53rd minute.
Seattle Christian 1, Cascade Christian 0: Warriors’ standout Grant Fremmerlid did not score, but his feed from the corner to Keeton Kerr netted the match’s lone goal in the 16th minute, and Seattle Christian won at French Field in Kent.