See who won and lost at the SCHSL boys and girls soccer state championships

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IRMO — The SCHSL state soccer championships have begun at Irmo High School just north of downtown Columbia.

Friday was packed full of excitement -- Powdersville's girls, Daniel's boys and both teams from Eastside all competed for state championships.

Here is the live updates, roundup and recap of the SCHSL state soccer championships in Columbia:

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​5A boys: Riverside denies Chapin state title

Riverside took the lead after junior Keagan Price scored from the right side of the pitch with a strike to the left side of the goal. It was Price's 21st goal of the season. Riverside doubled their lead with a goal from Andres Moreno inside the box before Chapin finally answered in the 47th minute with a goal from junior Thomas Holstein.

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The Warriors ended the match with a 2-1 lead and their second consecutive state championship in boys soccer. It is the 14th in Riverside boys soccer program history.

​​5A girls: Wando ends T.L. Hanna's Cinderella run in overtime

After striking first with a goal, T.L. Hanna proved they belonged to be on the state championship stage with No. 1 ranked Wando.

Wando eventually answered late in the first half to tie it. Both teams remained tight thanks to the incredible effort from T.L. Hanna's backline and goalkeeper Henley Grunst to send the game into overtime.

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Fatigue took a toll on T.L. Hanna as they only made one sub throughout the entire match. Wando capitalized on that and tucked away another goal to go up in overtime and win the game.

T.L. Hanna ends the season with a 15-8-1 overall record.

2A boys: Christ Church wins another title

It was a quiet first half between Gray Collegiate and Christ Church at Irmo High School on Saturday. With a 0-0 score at the break.

Then Joji Ejiri broke the game open in the 47th minute with the first goal for either team. His shot kicked the door open and allowed Woods Windham to tack on an insurance goal late just six minutes later to make it 2-0, which would be the final score.

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The state title is the Cavalier boys soccer program's 14th all-time. Which is good for third all-time. Riverside also has 13 coming in to Saturday and can tie the Cavs with 14 with a win over Chapin late on Saturday.

2A/1A girls: St. Joseph's wins again, tops Christ Church

The Knights went up 2-0 in the first half and never looked back.

With just under 10 minutes left in the second half, the Knights still led 2-0. Senior Bailey Manfredi opened the scoring with a free-kick from about 35 yards out to put SJCS on the board first.

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The Knights continued their strong play in the second half and held the Cavaliers scoreless. St. Joseph's won last season's state title in AA by beating Southside Christian. Christ Church ends its season with a 17-2 overall record.

1A boys: Southside Christian wins second title in a row

The Sabres topped Palmetto Scholars Academy on Saturday to win their second-straight state championship in Class A.

The game, which began early Saturday, was tight until SCS managed to sneak one by with three minutes left in the first half. Isaac Masone scored the goal for Southside Christian.

SCCS finished its season with a 15-4 overall record.

4A boys: Eastside boys beats North Augusta

The time had finally come for the Eagles.

After a scoreless first half from both teams, Eastside senior Jack Redmond scored the game-winner with just under 35 minutes left in the match. Then Eastside had to play a man down for much of the second half after one of their players was assessed a second yellow card.

It is the Eagle's first state championship since 2014.

4A girls: Eastside falls to James Island

The Eagles trailed 2-0 at the half against James Island. Both goals were scored by James Island sophomore Alexis Spivey.

James Island dominated again in the second half and defeated Eastside 5-0 to win the state title. The Trojans were led by Spivey, who's two early goals in the first half set the tone for a dominant performance.

The Trojans have now won back-to-back state championships in AAAA.

3A boys: Daniel prevails in PKs

Daniel prevailed in a penalty shootout over Brookland-Cayce for the Class AAA title. Daniel won the match after it started nearly four hours previously and was delayed due to weather.

It is the Lions' first state championship in boys soccer since 2003.

After Daniel stormed to a 2-0 lead against Brookland-Cayce on Friday afternoon, things turned. The Lions fell behind in regulation, 3-2, after giving up three straight goals in the second half.

Lions' senior Liam Desjardins scored from nearly half field on a free kick to tie the game with just under two minutes left in regulation and send it to overtime. Daniel finished its season with a 22-5 overall record. The Lions now have won five boys' soccer state titles.

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3A girls: Powdersville loses to Oceanside Collegiate

Powdersville lost 4-0 to Oceanside Collegiate, ending the season with a 19-1 overall record.

"We came in at the beginning of the season and (state) was our goal," coach Colin Melton said postgame. "We said, 'hey, let's win region and then let's get to state,' and we fell short of that last goal of winning state. But they gave it 100 percent and I couldn't be more proud of them."

Check back for updates. Joe Dandron and Joshua Miller cover high school athletics for The Anderson Independent-Mail and The Greenville News.

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