HILLSBORO — Senior forward Elle Frazier’s overtime goal lifted Grant High School to a 4-3 victory over Beaverton in the 6A girls soccer state championship match Saturday night at Hillsboro Stadium.
Frazier’s second goal of the match came about halfway through the first of two 10-minute overtime periods after the schools played to a 2-2 draw after 80 minutes of regulation.
Grant, which finished 17-1-1, went up 2-0 just 12 minutes in with goals from Frazier and Kate Ratanaproeksa before Beaverton rallied to tie it 2-2 before halftime. After a scoreless second half, junior Katarina Roessinger tallied for the Generals two minutes into the first extra session before Beaverton junior Roxanne Rundle leveled the score less than a minute later.
That set up Frazier’s game-winning goal, which sent the Generals to their first state girls soccer championship in school history after the teams played a second 10-minute overtime period without scoring.
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Wilsonville 4, La Salle Prep 2
At Hillsboro, Wilsonville senior Lindsey Antonson, the leading scorer in state girls soccer history, tallied three times in leading the Wildcats past La Salle Prep in the 5A girls title match at Hillsboro Stadium.
Antonson finished her prep career with 139 goals, 51 of which came during her senior campaign as Wilsonville closed at 18-0-1 and won the school’s first girls state soccer championship. Antonson is committed to play college soccer at Oregon State.
Senior Dalton Mermis also tallied for Wilsonville, which began the second half tied 2-2 with La Salle Prep before holding the Falcons scoreless throughout the final 40 minutes of play. La Salle Prep finished 15-3-1, with two losses coming at the hands of Wilsonville.
Woodburn 1, Hidden Valley 0, PKs
At Hillsboro, Cassidy Garibaldo scored in the eighth round of penalty kicks to lift Woodburn to victory Saturday night in the 4A girls final at Liberty High School.
Following 80 minutes of regulation and two 10-minute overtime periods, neither team solved the opposing goalkeeper. After six rounds of penalty kicks, the schools remained tied, advancing the PK format to sudden death
In the eighth round of kicks, Bulldogs goalkeeper Litzy Gonzalez stopped a Hidden Valley attempt before Garibaldo netted the game-winner.
Woodburn finished 13-0-4.
Catlin Gable 1, Oregon Episcopal School 0
At Hillsboro, with time running out in regulation, Alicia Ye scored the lone goal of the match to lift Catlin Gable to victory in the 3A/2A/1A state championship match.
Catlin Gable finished 14-2-1 and won its second consecutive state title.