Soccer: Archbishop Hannan reach semifinals while Lakeshore, STA fall short

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Prep Soccer Playoff Report for Saturday, Feb. 15

No. 3 Beau Chene is used to going deep into the soccer playoffs. This season is no exception.

The Gators defeated No. 19 Lakeshore 2-1 in Division II action Friday.

Bryson Noel put Beau Chene ahead with a goal in the second minute and the Gators extended the lead to 2-0 on a header by Trey Whaley in the 33rd minute.

The Titans were able to score once in the second half but could not get the equalizer.

Beau Chene (19-6-2) advances to the quarterfinals to play at Lee Hedges Stadium in Shreveport against No. 11 Caddo Magnet next Tuesday at 6 p.m. Lakeshore finished its season 9-12-3.

In Division IV, No. 6 Holy Savior Menard blanked No. 11 St. Thomas Aquinas 2-0. Menard advances to play at No. 3 Newman in the quarterfinals.

In girls action, top seed St. Thomas More is on to the semifinals. The Lady Cougars ripped No. 8 Benton 8-0.

In Division III, No. 2 Archbishop Hannan advanced to the semifinals with a 3-0 shutout of No. 7 Sterlington.

Emily Barre scored a pair of goals for the Hawks while Maddie Rogers added the other goal for Hannan.

The Hawks (17-4-1) advance to the semifinals in Hammond.

Prep Soccer Playoff Schedule for Friday, Feb. 14

Boys

Division II

No. 3 Beau Chene 2, No. 19 Lakeshore 1

Division IV

No. 6 Holy Savior Menard 2, No. 11 St. Thomas Aquinas 0

Girls

Division II

No. 1 St. Thomas More 8, No. 8 Benton 0

Division III

No. 2 Archbishop Hannan 3, No. 7 Sterlington 0

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