Oak Ridge knocked off District 14-4A champion Aldine MacArthur in the Region II-6A bi-district playoffs Friday night at Thorne Stadium, winning 4-3 in penalty kicks following a 1-1 draw.
Belinda Alvarez scored the lone goal for the Lady War Eagles (9-9-1) in regulation. Madison Wetzig, Katilyn Werleman, Rosie Montes and Emely Reyes all converted penalty kicks.
Oak Ridge moves on to the area round, where it will take on Tomball. Tomball defeated Langham Creek 6-0 on Friday night to advance.
College Park routs Aldine
College Park earned its first playoff victory since 2017, defeating Aldine 6-0 in the Region II-6A bi-district round Friday at Woodforest Bank Stadium.
Ashley Washburn and Taylor Molina each scored two goals to lead the Lady Cavaliers (15-3-2). Carli Rabosn and Sarah Kelly each scored a goal as well. Washburn also had two assists, while Kylee Burns Faith Autery and Crystal Percival each had one.
College Park moves on to the area round, where it will take on Klein Cain, a 1-0 winner over 16-6A champion Bridgeland on Thursday night.
Montgomery falls to Consol
Montgomery saw its season end with a 5-0 loss to A&M Consolidated in the Region III-5A bi-district playoffs Friday night in College Station.
The Lady Bears finished the year with a 13-8-2 overall record.
Consol heads to the area round, where it will face McCallum or Bastrop.
Oak Ridge edges Aldine
Oak Ridge picked up its first playoff victory since 2000, beating Aldine 1-0 in the Region II-6A bi-district round Friday at Woodforest Bank Stadium.
Jair Alverez scored the game’s lone goal in the fifth minute, and the War Eagles (11-6-3) held on.
Oak Ridge advances to the area round, where it will take on Klein Forest next week. Klein Forest defeated Cypress Lakes 5-0 on Friday night.
Splendora throttles Bridge City
Splendora earned its first playoff victory since 2016, beating Bridge City 7-0 in the Region III-4A bi-district round Friday at Barbers Hill High School.
Hector Villegas scored three goals to lead the way. Fabian Aretega had two, and Martin Barajas and Angel Caballero each had one.
The Wildcats (19-6-4) will take on Houston Furr in the area round early next week. Furr defeated Sweeny 3-2 in the bi-district round Thursday.