Hopkinsville and University Heights moved into the championship game of the Girls Second Region Soccer Tournament following semifinal wins Tuesday night.
Hopkinsville beat Trigg County 10-0, and UHA surprised Caldwell County 5-4 in overtime.
Bennett Peck scored five goals to lead the Lady Tigers to the mercy rule win, with the game ending just under six minutes into the second half. Anjel Grajales added two goals, and Samantha Michaud, Lexie Bozell, and Savannah Young each had a goal. Hannah Snyder and Kelsey Humphries each had two assists, and Christiane Soldo and Brittany Kinnard shared the shutout in goal.
Trigg County's season ends with a record of 8-12-1. It was Trigg's third straight appearance in the region tournament with all three ending with first round losses to Hopkinsville.
In the opener, Eden Mack scored in overtime to help UHA beat Caldwell County 5-4. Mack finished with a hat trick, while Allyson Parker scored the other goal for the Lady Blazers. Parker, Sally Morse, and Meg Thalmann had the assists, and Layton Atwood got the win in goal.
Anna Nix and Ashlea Holt each had two goals for Caldwell County (17-3-1).
Hopkinsville (17-3-1) and University Heights (12-4-3) will meet Thursday night at 7pm at the Stadium of Champions for the region title.