Senior Marissa Kalkar and junior Lily Gilbertson had a pair of hat tricks to lead top-ranked Wayzata over Lake Conference rival Eden Prairie 6-0 at home in girls' soccer Tuesday.

The Trojans (6-0-1), led by goalies Madison Lo and Julia Morrison, have only allowed one goal through seven games this season.

The Trojans have won three games in a row after a 0-0 tie on Sept. 5 against Edina. They will take on the 10th-ranked Minnetonka in a road match Thursday.

St. Louis Park 5, Bloomington Kennedy 0: The Orioles traveled to Bloomington Stadium and shut out the Eagles to collect their third shutout on the season and continued a four-game winning streak.

Rafferty Kugler scored the first goal for St. Louis Park in the ninth minute. She scored again in the second half.

Also scoring for the Orioles were sophomore Elizabeth Kent, senior midfielder Malaika Bigrindavyi and senior Rosa Sigrunardottir.

Senior netminder Olivia Massie earned the shutout.

St. Louis Park (5-1-0) will play Chanhassen at home Thursday.

Eastview 2, Shakopee 1: Forwards Mariah Opheim and Abby Sutton scored two first-half goals to put the Lightning on top in Shakopee.

The Sabres attempted a second-half comeback when Jessica Millis scored off an assist from Bailey Bakken. Eastview's defense didn't allow another goal.

Bloomington Jefferson 5, Chaska 0: Sarah Ceurvorst and Luci Bianchi led the Jaguars offense with two goals each. Sophia Erickson rounded out the offensive attack with her own goal.

Goalkeeper Sofia Peraza earned the shutout after saving 11 shots on goal.

Rogers 3, Chisago Lakes 0: Senior forward Claire Swan led the Royals offense with two goals and an assist.

Emily Kilby scored the other goal for Rogers and Cassidy Lehrke earned the shutout.

Boys' soccer

Orono 2, Minneapolis Southwest 1: The Class 1A, No. 2 Spartans remained undefeated as Christopher Nordlie scored the go-ahead goal on a rebound that hit the crossbar late in the first half.

Senior Guyvenson Mohs collected goal No. 14 on the season, which is tied for second in the state.

The Spartans will travel to Rockford on Thursday.

Stillwater 3, Cretin-Derham Hall 2: Spencer Scott singlehandedly kept the Ponies record flawless with his hat trick. His last goal came with under a minute left to beat the Raiders. The junior has scored six goals in his past two games.

Stillwater, ranked No. 1 in Class 2A, will travel to Roseville to take on the 10th- ranked Raiders.

Legacy Christian 2, Heritage Christian 1: Freshman Daniel Gerber scored both goals to lead the Lions over the Eagles. Carson Sharp and Harley Kendall had the assists on Gerber's goals.

Senior Danny Vieceli scored the lone goal for Heritage Christian.

Bloomington Jefferson 1, Chaska 1 (OT): The Jaguars and Hawks finished in a draw after matching goals in the second overtime period.

Junior forward Ben Werner scored the first goal of the game for Jefferson 10 seconds into the last overtime.

With 1:10 left in the game, senior William Parra Orjuela scored on a penalty kick after the Jaguars defense committed a hand ball in the box.

Benilde-St.Margaret's 3, Chanhassen 2: Senior Santi Lambert's second goal with 31 seconds remaining in regulation gave the Red Knights a victory over its Metro West opponent.

Caelan Woog also found the back of the net for Benilde.