All three of the Division-I schools in Ascension Parish made the girl's soccer playoffs, and two of those teams advanced to the second round.

All three of the Division-I schools in Ascension Parish made the girl's soccer playoffs, and two of those teams advanced to the second round.

For the girls, Dutchtown earned the highest seeding in the parish at No. 13. Dutchtown finished the regular season with a 9-5-7 record, and they finished as the district runner-up.

They were able to achieve this despite having multiple starters injured throughout the season--including first-team all-district performer Riley Ely.

For the opening round, they hosted No. 20 Comeaux, who came into the matchup with a 7-10-3 record.

The Lady Griffins were impressive. They came away with a 3-1 victory to advance to regionals. This was the third straight season in which Dutchtown has won at least one postseason game.

With the Lady Griffins' victory, they improved to the second round to face fourth-seeded West Monroe on Tuesday night.

West Monroe had a bye in the opening round. They finished the regular season with a solid record of 18-2-2.

Another parish team that will be advancing in the postseason is St. Amant.

The Lady Gators entered the playoffs as the No. 19 seed. They finished the regular season with a 9-9-4 record.

St. Amant was also able to claim the District 5 championship after coming up with a 2-0 victory over Dutchtown late in the year. It was their second league title in three seasons.

The Lady Gators had to compete this year without their two best players. All-State star Adelaide Gaffney sustained a season-ending knee injury, and fellow All-State performer Mya Guillory graduated early in order to join the Southeastern soccer program.

In the opening round, the Lady Gators hit the road to face No. 14 Alexandria (9-8-2).

In the first half, St. Amant took a 1-0 lead after a score by Kaylynn Broussard. They then went up 2-0 with a goal by Sadie Bourgeois.

Alexandria cut the deficit in half, but it was too little too late. St. Amant was able to pull off the upset, 2-1.

It marked the fourth year in a row in which the Lady Gators were able to win at least one playoff game.

The victory advanced St. Amant to the second round of the playoffs, where they'll face third-seeded Mandeville on Tuesday night.

The Skippers had a bye in the opening round. They finished the regular season with a 20-3-3 record.

This is a rematch from last year's playoffs. In the 2018 state semifinals, Mandeville came to The Pit and upset the Lady Gators, 2-1. They went on to lose to St. Scholastica, 3-1, in the state title game.

Dutchtown and St. Amant will be heading to the second round without East Ascension.

The Lady Spartans were the No. 22 seed in the playoffs. In the opening round, they hit the road to face No. 11 Baton Rouge (13-7-4).

East Ascension played them tough, but they just couldn't get over the hump.

At the 60th minute, Karsyn Marchand had a good look at the Baton Rouge goal, but her shot wouldn't go, and at the 70th minute, Emma Cockrum's shot went wide right.

Baton Rouge took advance of their opportunities. Bailey Dupre scored from just over 10 yards out at the 67th minute. It proved to be the game winner.

In defeat, East Ascension goalkeeper McKenna Gautreau had 13 saves.

The loss ended the Lady Spartans' season in the opening round for a second straight season. They end the year with a final record of 6-9-4.