continued On the other half of the Class D bracket, the Chazy Lady Eagles (16-1-0) scored a 5-0 victory against the Willsboro Lady Warriors (3-13-1).
Megan Reynolds opened the scoring on a penalty kick in the 28th minute and scored again in the 43rd minute (Caitlyn LaPier assist), while Hannah Laurin scored in the 36th minute (Kirsten Doran), Amanda Kempainen scored in the 40th and LaPier scored in the 62nd minute (Rachel Pombio).
LaPier is the leading scorer alive in Section VII girls, adding to her totals with her 14th goal and 21st assist.
Stephanie Blanchard had 18 saves for the Warriors, while Katharine Tooke made just one save in picking up her 14th shutout of the season.
The Eagles will face Wells in the semifinals, who scored a 1-0 win over Minerva/Newcomb.
Class B boys playoffs
The fourth-seeded Peru Indians scored in the first minute of the second 10-minute overtime period as they defeated the fifth-seeded Saranac Chiefs, 2-1.
Justin Wiley scored the eventual golden goal for the Indians (8-7-1) in the 91st minute assisted by Ian Spear. The Indians had a 1-0 lead in the third minute of the game thanks to a William Thew goal, but Kyle Erikson scored the equalizer for the Chiefs (6-9-2) in the 68th minute off a Brandon Terry assist.
The Indians will play the Plattsburgh High Hornets (14-0-1) in the semifinals.
In the other half of the Bracket, the Beekmantown Eagles and Northeastern Clinton Cougars cruised into the semifinals.
The second-seeded Cougars (11-1-2) earned a 7-0 win against the AuSable Valley Patriots (0-15-0). Kyle McCarthy netted three goals for the Cougars, while Avery Trombley, Liam McDonough, Bo LeDuc and Austin Tetreault each scored once.
The third seeded-Eagles (10-5-0) scored a 6-0 win against the Saranac Lake Red Storm (2-11-0) as Zach Towle scored a pair of goals and Zach Brockway, MacCullen Cope, Brenden Carnright and Adam Goldfarb each scored once. Chris McIlroy made six saves for the shutout.