Centennial 1, Coeur d’Alene 0
Sheva Mozafari lifted the defending state champs into the semifinals when she one-timed a bouncing ball out of the air and to the far post. Coeur d’Alene goalkeeper Julia Roach got a piece of it, but Mozafari’s shot had enough pace to slip through the keeper’s hands for a game-winning goal — her first goal of the season — in the 75th minute.
Mtn. View 1, Hillcrest 0
Senior midfielder Sydee Glynn scored the game’s only goal off an assist from senior forward Keneika Webster to vault Mountain View into a semifinal against Lake City.
Lake City 4, Rocky Mtn. 3
Rocky Mountain’s defense couldn’t contain Lake City junior forward Havana Johnson, who notched three goals. Lake City, which also got a goal and an assist from Camryn Wendlandt, advances to the semifinals for the second straight year. Junior midfielder Morgan Farrington accounted for all three of Rocky Mountain’s goals.
Century 0, Sandpoint 0
(Century wins on PKs 3-1)
Two-time defending state champion Sandpoint failed to advance out of the quarterfinals for the first time since 2012. Century got 13 saves from goalkeeper Mikayla Sherer, and the Diamondbacks move into the semifinals for the first time since 2013.
Twin Falls 1, Kuna 0
After losing in the first round the past two seasons, Twin Falls set up a semifinal game against Century thanks to sophomore Madison Glascock’s game-winner.
Preston 3, Middleton 1
Junior forward Morgan Hall scored two goals to secure Preston a semifinal rematch against Bishop Kelly, which beat the Indians 2-0 last season. Middleton got its only goal from senior midfielder Bailey Crofts.
Bishop Kelly 4, Canyon Ridge 0
Canyon Ridge had no answer for junior forward Samantha Webster, who scored three goals to lead Bishop Kelly into the semifinals for the sixth consecutive season. Hannah Heaton added the other goal for BK, and goalkeeper Kylee Atkins had eight saves.
Coeur d’Alene Charter 3, Shelley 2
Defending state champion Coeur d’Alene Charter got goals from three players, advancing to the semifinals against Timberlake, a team the Panthers defeated 1-0 in last year’s title game.
Timberlake 2, Community School 1
Senior Carleen Simpson and junior Allison Kirby each scored for Timberlake, which is seeking the program’s first state title since the Idaho High School Activities Association began sponsoring the tournament in 2000.
Weiser 10, Bliss 2
Junior forward Lauren Bouvia extended her national record for goals in a single season to 120 with nine goals in Weiser’s rout. Bouvia’s nine goals are an all-class tournament record for goals in a single game and tournament total.
Marsh Valley 3, Teton 1
Marsh Valley gets the unenviable task of trying to slow Bouvia when the Eagles face the Wolverines in the semifinals.
Rocky Mtn. 3, Bonneville 2
Rocky Mountain won its first state tournament game in program history with the help of two goals from junior Jonah Dalmas. Vincent Singleton also scored for Rocky Mountain.
Lake City 2, Boise 1
Boise lost in the first round for the first time since 2010, getting its lone goal from senior midfielder Muganza Katanga. Seniors Jack Barrett and Matt Robitaille each scored for Lake City, which last appeared in the semifinals in 2010.
Timberline 5, Hillcrest 1
Timberline began its state title defense with a rout. Skyler Munroe and Alain Murhula notched two goals apiece, and senior Cole Fuller contributed a goal and an assist for the Wolves, who have scored a classification-high 85 goals this season.
Centennial 3, Vallivue 0
Centennial was the only 5A team to record a shutout in the opening round, taking down conference foe Vallivue. The Patriots received goals from Bekir Cinac, Manasse Mbuyi and Trevor Tarter.
Lakeland 4, Blackfoot 0
Lakeland goalkeeper Max Baker made nine saves, and Juho Reiman found the back of the net twice for the Hawks, who draw 2014 consolation champion Bishop Kelly in the semifinals.
Bishop Kelly 2, Twin Falls 1
Senior midfielder Brennan Gazdik spearheaded Bishop Kelly’s offense with two goals, assuring the Knights a spot in the semifinals for the first time since 2010. Junior Adnan Sose scored the lone goal for Twin Falls.
Century 2, Moscow 0
Senior Cade Roske netted both of Century’s goals, and goalkeeper Jorge Santos made five saves to preserve the shutout. Century last played in the semifinals in 2009.
Caldwell 3, Wood River 1
Reigning District Three champion Caldwell won its opener for the first time since 2011. Emilio Gonzales, Jose Aguilera and Adrian Arguello scored for Caldwell, which is seeking its first state title since 1997. The game was scoreless at the half.
Teton 6, Emmett 4
Junior forward Salvador Velazquez was the only player to score multiple goals for Teton with two. Emmett fell into the losers bracket despite scoring four goals, including two from junior midfielder Jordan Gleim.
Community School 6, Bonners Ferry 0
Senior forward Jay Fitzgerald took over for Community School, scoring five goals in a shutout of Bonners Ferry.
Weiser 10, Filer 0
Weiser had the most lopsided victory of the day as seniors Oscar Padilla and Jose Perez each scored three goals. Senior Roy Arana added two goals, and Daniel Prado and JaCobi Beesley each had one as the Wolverines chase their first state title since 2000.
Sugar-Salem 1, Marsh Valley 0
Sugar-Salem, last year’s state runner-up, edged Marsh Valley to move into the semifinals for the third year in a row.