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St. Mary's tops Cascade Christian

With leading scorer Emily Smith out of the lineup due to an injury, the St. Mary's girls soccer team needed someone else to pick up the slack.

And Margo Chamberlain filled the bill in the Crusaders? regular-season finale Tuesday.

Chamberlain scored one goal and assisted on two others in a 4-1 win over Cascade Christian. St. Mary's clinched a second-place Skyline Conference tie at 6-1-1 with Henley.

A coin flip will determine the league's No. 2 spot in the state playoffs, while the other team will have to win a league playoff game to advance to state.

Smith, a sophomore forward, sprained an ankle against Henley on Tuesday but is expected back for the playoffs.

Chamberlain opened the scoring when her corner kick went off the Cascade goalie and into the net at the 6:50 mark of the first half.

HIDDEN VALLEY 3, PHOENIX 2 -At Talent, freshman Shea Ford scored all of Hidden Valley's goals, while freshman Larrisa Wiltrout tallied both for Phoenix.

Phoenix (6-7-1, 4-4 Skyline) finished fifth in the conference and will open the league playoffs at fourth-place Hidden Valley on Saturday.

NORTH VALLEY 8, ILLINOIS VALLEY — -At Cave Junction, junior Malloree Enoch scored a hat trick and broke the school's career scoring record to help the Knights finish undefeated in District 6.

Enoch has 62 career goals, breaking her sister's (Ashley) school career record of 60.

The first-place Knights have a first-round bye in the state playoffs. Their first match is Nov. 7.

HENLEY 5, ROGUE RIVER 0 -At Klamath Falls, sophomore Becky Schwartz scored a hat trick to lead the Hornets to the District 6 win.

Schwartz scored two goals in the first half and one in the second.

MAZAMA 1, EAGLE POINT 0

— — At Klamath Falls, senior Marcy Burk scored with 6:30 remaining in the game and Amanda Bosse posted her second shutout in goal as the Vikings won a non-league contest.