Defending Class 4A champion Kennedale got off 16 shots in the first half, with goals from Allie Thornton and Alondra Olmos, and 30 shots total in defeating Argyle 3-1 in a Class 4A Region I quarterfinal girls soccer game at Mustang-Panther Stadium.
Abby Olmos hit Thornton for her 36th goal of the season in the 33rd minute to get the Wildcats on the scoreboard.
Three minutes later the Wildcats capitalized on a corner kick when Thornton gave it right back to Alondra Olmos for her fifth goal and a 2-0 lead at the 14:29 mark of the half.
Eryka McIntyre added her 21st goal with 6:58 left, and Argyle (18-7-2) scored at the buzzer on Abbi Neece’s 41st goal.
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Kennedale (23-2-0) will host the regional tournament, which starts at 11 a.m. Friday.
Arlington Martin 1, Wolfforth Frenship 0: Elissa Mentesana’s goal in the 69th minute gave the Arlington Martin girls soccer team a 1-0 win over Wolfforth Frenship at Bulldog Stadium in a Class 6A Region I quarterfinal game in Abilene.
The goal with 10:28 to play came just 6 1/2 minutes after a power outage stopped play for a little more than 10 minutes.
Madeline Wasden recorded seven saves for the Warriors (21-3-1).
Martin advances to its second consecutive regional tournament, which starts Friday at Grande Communications Stadium in Midland.
Dallas Life Oak Cliff 2, Fort Worth Diamond Hill-Jarvis 1 (OT): Dallas Life Oak Cliff scored with two minutes left in the second half of overtime to end Fort Worth Diamond Hill-Jarvis’ season 2-1 in a Class 4A Region I quarterfinal game at the Gopher-Warrior Bowl in Grand Prairie.
The Eagles (14-6-5) scored first with a goal from Jose Levario in the 48th minute before the Lions tied it three minutes later.
Both offenses stalled, sending the game to overtime, where the Lions (20-0-2) scored late, ending the Eagles’ shot for a regional tourney bid.