Tied at 0-0 after 90 minutes of soccer, the Carlmont girls’ soccer team used five penalty kicks to come away with a victory in the opening round game against Salinas.
The Scots came away with a 5-4.
Carlmont’s Peninsula Athletic League sisters, Menlo-Atherton, fell in their opening game to Santa Teresa by a goal, 3-2.
PAL Bay Division champion Woodside showed absolutely no mercy in its opening round bout. The Wildcats took it to Overfelt High School and did not let up, finishing with a 9-0 win.
Woodside led 5-0 at half time.
Over in boys’ soccer, Sequoia fell to Homestead 1-1, 5-3 in penalty kicks.
Nathan Rosental was the hero for Carlmont in its opening round game against San Benito.
After 103 minutes of soccer, Rosental scored the game-winning and the Scots eliminated San Benito 2-1 in double overtime.
South San Francisco was blanked in its opening round game against Willow Glen.
South City lost 2-0.
Gilroy High School also eliminated a PAL team. The Wildcats were eliminated 2-1 in double overtime.