Mackenzie Krieser and Anna Thorndike each pulled off a hat trick Saturday to keep St. Mary's undefeated in District 4 girls soccer with a 6-0 win over Cascade Christian at U.S. Cellular Community Park.

Mackenzie Krieser and Anna Thorndike each pulled off a hat trick Saturday to keep St. Mary's undefeated in District 4 girls soccer with a 6-0 win over Cascade Christian at U.S. Cellular Community Park.

Thorndike curled in a corner kick in the 15th minute to put the Crusaders (12-0-1, 7-0 Dist. 4) on the board, and Krieser scored 16 minutes later on a nice shot from about 20 yards.

The Challengers (3-6-1, 2-4) staved off any further damage with a solid effort to trail only 2-0 at intermission, but St. Mary's proved to be too much for the 11-deep squad.

"The first half was very, very entertaining and very well contested," said Cascade Christian head coach Mick Power. "We played well, but you can't take it away from St. Mary's, especially with people like Krieser."

Thorndike scored two straight goals to open the second half, with Abby Steinsiek earning the assist on the final effort. Krieser then closed out the Challengers with goals in the 66th and 79th minutes.

"Krieser's goals were just quality, they really were," added Powers.

ROGUE RIVER 8, LAKEVIEW 1 — At Rogue River, Allison Coulter and Jessa Fricke both netted two goals to propel Rogue River.

Laura Bennett, Kelly Maxey, Alyssa Evans and Savannah Poston each scored one goal for the Chieftains (11-1, 6-1 Dist. 4). Kendra Milligan had two assists for Rogue River, which led 3-0 at halftime.

Jessie Nicholl had Lakeview's lone goal.

GLIDE 5, ILLINOIS VALLEY 1 — At Glide, Stephanie Agee scored on a breakaway in the 48th minute for Illinois Valley to cut the deficit to 3-1 but Glide answered with two more goals to earn the District 4 win.

Caroline Brown had two goals to pace Glide (4-4, 1-5 Dist. 4). The Cougars dropped to 2-9 overall and 0-7 in league.

Southern Oregon Hybrid

ROSEBURG 3, SOUTH MEDFORD 1 — At Roseburg, Roseburg used a pair of late second-half goals to beat South Medford and remain tied with Grants Pass for second place in the Southern Oregon Hybrid.

Brooke Strawn put in a goal with just two minutes left in the contest, and Beka Lofstedt capitalized on a corner kick a minute later in the 79th.

Hannah Russo scored in the 33rd minute for Roseburg (7-5, 4-3 SOH). Katie Littleton tied things up in the 50th on a penalty kick for the Panthers (3-10, 1-6 SOH).

Lindsey Namanny had seven saves for South.

CRATER 5, EAGLE POINT 0 — At Central Point, Amber Parker scored twice and Kayla Burns had two assists as Crater built a 4-0 lead by halftime and cruised to the nonconference win at Dutch Meyer Field.

Parker scored in the 12th and 35th minutes, with Burns notching the first assist and then setting up Emily Walker's goal in the 14th minute. Jaime Dirksen scored from 35 yards out on an unassisted effort in the 23rd minute, then Parker closed out the half by following up her blocked penalty kick with a rebound effort.

Erika Williams scored in the 53rd minute to cap the scoring for the Comets (4-8, 2-5 SOH).

Shy Ashworth and Sierra Bitterling combined on the shutout in goal.

Skyline Conference

KLAMATH UNION 3, NORTH VALLEY 2, OT — At Merlin, Venessa D'Arpino scored in the first and second half to give North Valley a 2-0 lead, but Klamath Union battled back to tie the match and scored in the first of two 10-minute overtime sessions.

The Pelicans (6-5, 4-4 Skyline) tallied their first goal off a corner kick and scored in the eighth minute of the first overtime session. The Knights dropped to 5-7 and 2-6.

MAZAMA 1, HENLEY 0 — At Klamath Falls, Mazama remained tied atop the Skyline standings at 7-1 and improved to 9-1-1 overall with the win.