The girls soccer district tournaments ended last week. Here is the list of area champions, all of which secured a spot in the playoffs with most hosting a region quarterfinal match on Tuesday.
Class 7A, District 6
The Wolves, who took home the Western Conference title last week, extended their win streak to 12 matches, beating Haines City, Strawberry Crest and Durant by a combined 17-1.
Megan Anderson had a goal and an assist in the semifinal win against the Chargers.
In the final, Newsome got past the rival Cougars for the third time this season.
Class 7A, District 7
Palm Harbor University
The undefeated Hurricanes, ranked No. 2 in the class, No. 7 overall in the state and No. 12 nationally by MaxPreps, survived an epic showdown with Steinbrenner (No. 9 in the class) in the final.
Makenna Egan, Morgan Little and Alyssa Tutas each scored goals for PHU. Teammates Kassie Fragale, Lindsay Nicholson and Erin Walker each had assists.
Class 6A, District 9
Land O’ Lakes
Wesley Craven and Miliya Maldonado scored to lead the Gators to a 2-1 victory over Sunlake in the final.
Jordyn Keene also had an assist for Land O’ Lakes.
The Seahawks’ lone goal was scored by Adia Symmonds off an assist from Campbell Taylor.
Class 6A, District 10
The Terriers avenged a loss to Sickles last month with a 2-1 victory in the final.
Victoria Madison led Hillsborough by scoring both of its goals.
The district championship culminates a remarkable turnaround for the Terriers, who posted their first winning season in more than a decade.
Class 6A, District 11
The Bulls, who lost three of four matches heading into the district tournament, turned things around at the right time with wins over Lennard and Armwood to take home the title.
Elizabeth Egan scored a team-high four goals and Jordin Gundin had a goal and an assist for Bloomingdale.
Class 5A, District 7
For the second time this season, the Coyotes were dominant against Wesley Chapel, beating their rival 4-1 in the final.
Avery Belvins, Brooke Evans, Ashley Olds and Allison Souers each scored to lead Cypress Creek to its first district title. Belvins and Souers also had assists, along with Jordan Fulop.
Lexi Mangione had the lone goal for the Wildcats.
Class 5A, District 8
The Patriots, who entered the district tournament with a 4-8 record, got their offense on track to win the title.
After being shut out in four straight matches on the field (one win came via forfeit), Freedom beat Blake and Brandon by a combined 7-0.
Vanessa Hutto scored a combined four goals in both matches and Olivia Leary had two against the Yellow Jackets.
Class 5A, District 9
The Warhawks won their first district title since 2013 by beating St. Petersburg for the second time this season.
And Seminole did it in dramatic fashion, scoring the winning goal in the final six minutes, then holding on for a 2-1 victory.
Class 4A, District 6
Relying on a stellar defense, the Sharks beat rival Weeki Wachee for the third time this season in the final.
Kennedy Rasmussen made six saves and recorded a shutout in the 3-0 victory. The offense was led by Jaiden Gilbert (two goals) and Madalyn Cullum (one goal, one assist).
In three matches, Nature Coast has outscored the Hornets by a combined 12-1.
Class 4A, District 9
The Falcons got off to a quick start, which was key in a 2-0 victory over Gulf in the final.
Sarah Didriksen had a goal and an assist and Myleigh Oglesby scored once for Dunedin. Ava Michado also made four saves and recorded a shutout.
In two district matches, the Falcons outscored foes by a combined 6-0.
Class 4A, District 10
Lakeland McKeel Academy
The Wildcats got payback from a loss to Academy of the Holy Names in the final by grabbing the lead in the first half, then holding on for a 2-1 victory in the final.
Class 4A, District 11
The Knights’ offense went on a tear, outscoring Bradenton Bayshore and Lakewood by a combined 15-0 for the title.
After losing four straight matches last month, Robinson has turned things around with four straight victories.
Class 3A, District 7
Tied in regulation and overtime, the Buccaneers got past rival Tampa Catholic in penalty kicks (3-2) to take home the title.
That helped Berkeley Prep get even after losing to the Crusaders in December.
Charlotte Cuddy scored Berkeley Prep’s lone goal in regulation off an assist from Kate Cunningham.
Class 3A, District 8
Sarasota Cardinal Mooney
The Cougars got off to a strong start in the final, beating St. Petersburg Catholic 4-2 to snap the Barons’ five match win streak.
Class 2A, District 4
Mount Dora Christian
The Bulldogs extended their win streak to five matches with a 3-2 victory over Bishop McLaughlin in the final.
Class 2A, District 9
Ahead by goal at the half, the Chargers turned it on after that, scoring three more goals in a 5-1 victory over Carrollwood Day in the final.
Kaja Dionne ended up with three goals and an assist, Avery McDonald assisted on two goals and Adelaide Oman and Lili Scoby each scored once for Shorecrest.
Katia Torres had the lone goal for the Patriots off an assist from Lauren Smith.
Class 2A, District 10
Bradenton Saint Stephen’s
The Falcons went ahead by two goals in the first half, then held on for a 3-2 win over Indian Rocks Christian in the final.
Alana Bennett and Amelia Clarkson each scored for the Golden Eagles.