OTTOVILLE -- The Kalida and Continental girls soccer teams will have a chance to take care of unfinished business from the regular season after both teams won their sectional final games on Saturday.
The two teams, which played to a 1-1 draw in the regular season on Oct. 11, will play in the district semifinals at 6 p.m on Wednesday at Ottoville.
Kalida ousted Ottoville 1-0 after the two teams went into a shootout where the Wildcats held a 4-2 advantage.
Kalida held a 15-3 edge in the shots-on-goal department but Erika Brinkman of Kalida (13-1-3) and Lauren Kramer (11-7) kept everything out of the net during regulation and sudden victory time.
In the nightcap, a second half goal by Sloane Zachrich proved to be the difference as the Pirates (12-3-2) knocked off Fort Jennings, 3-2.
Whitney Miller scored a goal on an assist from McKenna Scott and Kiana Warnement had a penalty kick goal to give Continental a 2-0 lead early in the first half but two Macy Schroeder goals made it a 2-2 tie by halftime.
Zachrich's goal to break the tie came with 26.08 left in the game.
Kalida 1, Ottoville 0
Kalida won 4-2 in a shootout
Kalida (13-1-3) - Shots 15. Saves: Erika Brinkman 3. Ottoville (11-7) - Shots 3. Saves: Lauren Kramer 15.
Continental 3, Fort jennings 2
Fort Jennings (13-3-2) - Goals: Macy Schroeder 2 (18' 34'). Shots: 14. Saves: Kelsey Von Lehmden 8. Continental (12-3-2) - Goals: Whitney Miller (2'), Kiana Warnement (5'). Assist: McKenna Scott. Shots: 11. Saves: Leva Weller 12.
Lima Bath 3, Ottawa-Glandorf 0