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Parkway College Showcase - McCluer North vs. DeSoto

McCluer North's Skyla Koch (18) tries to clear from her defender during the first day of play at the Parkway College Showcase at Lou Fusz Soccer Complex in Maryland Heights, Mo. Ben Loewnau,

Freshman forward Jahia Qualls scored the game-winning goal in overtime as McCluer North defeated Hazelwood West 3-2 for the Class 4 District 5 title at Ritenour.

The win was the first by a McCluer North soccer team over Hazelwood West in at least 35 games. West had beaten North in 34 consecutive meetings dating to the 2000 season.

North (17-5), which won its second district title in three seasons, also got a pair of goals from junior forward Skyla Koch.

“It was an unbelievable match from both teams,” Stars coach Nathan Kern said. “Skyla gave us a two-goal lead early, but Hazelwood West kept coming at us. They got the equalizer with four minutes to play on a beautifully placed free kick. Karina made a huge save and then we get the match winner from Jahia. I cannot tell you the last time McCluer North beat Hazelwood West in girls soccer. This was a special victory.”

Junior Karina DuFour earned the win in goal.

The Stars, who also won district titles in 1985, 1997 and 2017, advanced to play Francis Howell Central in a Class 4 sectional next week.

St. Charles West 6, Lutheran St. Charles 0 • The Warriors won their fourth district title in five seasons.

St. Charles West (17-8) rolled past Lutheran St. Charles to capture the Class 2 District 7 title at O'Fallon Christian.

“We have played most of our season with two, three, or sometimes four-plus players out so it's been a revolving lineup at times,” Warriors coach Matt Dwyer said. “We finally have most of our lineup back and have just been trying to grind out results. The girls really wanted this after injuries got the better of us last season so it was refreshing to see them jump early and put one in right away. Our girls just continued to battle and it paid off.”

West got two goals, including the game-winner, from senior midfielder Abbie Gilblair.

Sophomore defender Lindsay English, junior defender Meagan Papin, senior defender Alyssa Pavlacic and sophomore defender Makenzie Smelser also added goals.

Senior Savannah Gilblair made two saves to earn the shutout win in goal.

The Warriors advanced to play Southern Boone in a Class 2 sectional next week.

Summit 4, Webster Groves 0 • Senior forward Lily Schneiders scored a pair of goals and senior midfielder Anna Walsh scored the game-winning goal as the defending Class 3 champs won the District 3 title at home.

The Falcons (16-3-3, No. 4 in the small-schools rankings) scored a pair of goals in each half.

Junior midfielder Anna Williams added Summit's other goal and sophomore Katie Nash made three saves to earn the win in goal.

Summit will next take on St. Joseph's in the sectional round next week.

St. Joseph's 3, Clayton 0 • Sophomore midfielder Ella Kertz scored the game-winner and senior defender Greta Seal added a pair of goals as the host Angels won the Class 3 District 4 title.

Junior Emily Puricelli played the first half to earn the win in goal as she shared the shutout with sophomores Bella Buebendorf and Flynn Wiegner.

St. Joseph's (18-2, No. 1 LS) moved on to play Summit in the sectional round next week.

Duchesne 2, Principia 1 • Freshman midfielder Haley Stockhausen's second-half goal made the difference as the Pioneers won the Class 1 District 4 title.

Duchesne (10-8) also got a first half goal from senior forward Allison Seiler as the teams were tied 1-1 at the half.

Sophomore Belle Boschert made seven saves to earn the win in goal.

Duchesne will play the winner of the Crossroads/Medicine and Bioscience district championship game, slated for Thursday, in a Class 1 state quarterfinal May 22.

Rosati-Kain 6, University City 2 • Sophomore Hannah Al-Baaj scored a trio of goals as the Kougars (16-7) rolled to the Class 2 District 4 title.

Sophomore Kailyn Bridges added a pair of goals and sophomore Sophia Henson added a single tally.

Junior Annaliese Wilmsmeyer made five saves to earn the win in goal.

Rosati will play the Roosevelt/Vashon district winner Saturday in a Class 2 sectional game.

Windsor 1, Hillsboro 0 • A second-half goal by sophomore Jordan Kolinski was the game's only goal as the Owls (11-12) won a district for the fourth time in school history and first time since 2014.

Sophomore Piper Montgomery made five saves to earn the win in goal in the Class 3 District 2 title game.

Windsor will play the Cape Central/North County winner in a sectional May 21.

Union 2, Washington 0 • Sophomore forward Emily Gaebe and midfielder Kaylee Simpson scored second-half goals as Union (24-1-1), which took fourth in Class 3 last season, won the Class 3 District 9 title.

Union will face Rolla in the sectional round.

Westminster 1, Parkway Central 0 • A first-half goal by senior midfielder Kiley McKee proved the difference as the Wildcats (10-10) took the title at the Class 3 District 6 tournament.

Sophomore Zoe Lintner made six saves to earn the win in goal.

Westminster will play Incarnate Word in a sectional game May 21.

Howell Central 2, Pattonville 0 • Junior midfielder Olivia Fong scored the game-winning goal and senior defender Mariah Johnson added insurance as the Spartans (13-8-1) rolled to the Class 4 District 6 title win.

Junior Caitlyn Brown made five saves to earn the win.

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