The Wayland girls soccer team notched one overtime upset in the North Division 2 bracket. It took penalty kicks, but Wilmington made sure the Warriors couldn't make it two.
The sixth-seeded Wildcats took a 1-0 lead just before halftime and held onto that edge until midway through the second half.
But the upstart Warriors, the tournament's No. 14 seed, tied the game on a Wilmington own goal in the second frame. After 20 minutes of sudden death overtime with no winner decided, the teams went into penalty kicks.
Maddy Jones and Morgan Fletcher each connected on their penalty kicks to give Wilmington a 2-1 edge, but Wildcat goalie Kim Woods stuffed the other three tries, including a final Wayland attempt to tie it.
The loss came one round after the Warriors stunned third-seeded Danvers in ocertime. The team's season comes to an end with a record of 9-7-1 while Wilmington advanced to face Hamilton-Wenham on Friday in the bracket semifinal.