Park Center, which won just two games in the adapted soccer physically impaired division regular season, scored a 9-4 upset victory over Minneapolis South on Friday in the state tournament quarterfinals at Stillwater High School.

Navarro Tollefson led the Pirates (3-7) with four goals. Abby Witters and Kirby Gilbertson had two each. Gilbertson also had three assists. Mark Runquist led the Tigers (5-5) with two goals, and Tavin Samara had 10 saves.

In other matches, Robinsdale/Hopkins/Mound-Westonka defeated St. Paul Humboldt 12-1 behind six goals by Izear Joiner and five by Andy Hanson. Defending champion Anoka-Hennepin defeated South Suburban 10-0, with Mohammed Sahel, Stevey France and Michael Arends each scoring two goals. Dakota United defeated Mounds View/Irondale/Roseville 9-0.

In the cognitively impaired division, South Washington County scored in the last seconds of regulation and then in overtime to defeat St. Anthony Village 7-6. Defending champion Park Center edged Burnsville/Farmington/Lakeville 5-4 behind four goals from Alfred Konneh. Anoka-Hennepin, behind six goals by Cole Denny, advanced with a 10-6 victory over Minneapolis Roosevelt. North Suburban defeated North/Tartan 8-2, with Anthony Bengston scoring five goals.