Fourth-seeded Webb City won a penalty kick shootout 3-0 to knock off fifth-seeded Parkview on Monday night in a quarterfinal contest of the Class 3 District 6 girls soccer tournament at Cardinal Stadium.
Converting PKs for Webb City were Anea Bemo, Piper Chapman and Austyn Mickey.
Webb City goalkeeper Delaney Duke earned the clean sheet.
In other action at Cardinal Stadium, top-seeded Branson defeated eighth-seeded McDonald County 8-0.
Kaylor Alms recorded a hat trick for the Pirates, while Hadley Houston and Chloe Grimm added two goals apiece. Abigail Jones added one goal for Branson.
In matches at Carl Junction’s Bulldog Stadium, second-seeded Carl Junction beat seventh-seeded Hillcrest and third-seeded Willard topped sixth-seeded Neosho 7-0.
The semifinals are set for Wednesday in Carl Junction. Webb City takes on Branson at 5:30 and Carl Junction meets Willard at 7.
The district title match is slated for noon on Saturday.
MCAULEY ADVANCES TO TITLE GAME
In Monday’s semifinals, top-seeded Greenwood beat fourth-seeded Fair Grove 8-0 and third-seeded McAuley Catholic (with College Heights) beat second-seeded Mountain View-Liberty 6-1.
McAuley Catholic will meet Greenwood at 6 on Wednesday in Springfield for the district championship.
SEASON ENDS FOR JOPLIN, CARTHAGE
Girls soccer teams from Joplin and Carthage saw their respective seasons end in the quarterfinals of the Class 4 District 5 tournament this past Saturday.
Third-seeded Nixa defeated sixth-seeded Joplin 2-1, while fifth-seeded Republic beat fourth-seeded Carthage 2-1.
Joplin finished the season with a record of 9-9. Carthage concluded the season at 10-9.
In other matches, No. 1 Kickapoo beat No. 8 Springfield Central 8-0 and No. 2 Ozark topped No. 7 Waynesville 1-0.
The semifinals are slated for Tuesday night in Springfield, with Kickapoo taking on Republic and Ozark meeting Nixa.