The Lady Hoyas (20-0), who last allowed a goal March 4 — a span of more than 1,200 minutes — will host Parkview on Wednesday for the right to reach next Saturday’s championship at Kennesaw State. It will be a chance for Harrison to exact some revenge for last year’s championship game, which Parkview won on penalty kicks.
Harrison spread out its offensive wealth, with four different players — Treva Aycock, Carly Rich, Melissa Cameron and Lizzy Sieracki — scoring goals. Rich also had two assists, with Sieracki and Audrey Tanner each contributing one.
Kelsey Daugherty and Allison Leone combined for seven saves to record their latest shutout.
Grayson 6, Kennesaw Mountain 1: Kennesaw Mountain played well in the first half before falling on the road to the fifth-ranked team in the nation, according to the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll.
Melanie Monroe scored an unassisted goal off a corner kick for the Lady Mustangs (13-7-1) to tie the contest at 1-all with 25 minutes left in the first half.
But Grayson added another score before halftime and then reeled off four goals in the second half.
Meredith Bailey had eight saves for Kennesaw Mountain, which made its second quarterfinal appearance since 2011.
Pope 11, Decatur 8: Tyler Borko scored three goals with two assists to help the Greyhounds advance to the Class A-AAAAA state semifinals.
Pope will travel to Northview on Wednesday for the right to play for the state championship.
Zach Lynch finished with three goals and an assist, while Liam Lynch finished with two goals and an assist.
Josh Wells had a goal and an assist, while Johnny Sexton and Davis Glover each added a goal.
Michael Oswald made 18 saves in net.
Lassiter 14, Chattahoochee 12: Lassiter held off a furious rally to claim the Class AAAAAA state quarterfinal on the road.
The Lady Trojans held a 9-5 halftime lead, but they had to fend off the charging Lady Cougars in the second.
Mary Carter Putman had six goals and one assist, while Cydney Tutchton added two goals and four assists. Alyssa Gattis added two goals and an assist, Lucy Mills contributed one goal and three assists and four other players — Jill Rankin, Isabella D’Alba, Alana Abbott and Mika Mapp — each had one score.
Cara Anderson made 11 saves for Lassiter, which will host Walton in the state semifinals Wednesday.