So much for home-field advantage.

Playing on its school's field didn't help the Woods Cross boys soccer team Tuesday night in its 4A quarterfinal match against Provo. The visiting Bulldogs squeaked away with a 1-0 win over the Wildcats.Provo scored on a corner-kick early in the first period, as Jacob Bardsley punched the ball in the net in a crowd.

Craig Chambers turned away all 13 of Woods Cross' shots to get the win for the Bulldogs.

With the victory, Provo advances to the semifinals, where it will face Mountain Crest. The game will be played at 11:30 a.m. at Woods Cross High.

The other semifinal will feature Bountiful, last year's 5A champion, and tournament favorite Timpview at 1:30 p.m.

The 4A championship game will also be played at Woods Cross High Friday at 6 p.m.

In Tuesday's other quarterfinals:

MOUNTAIN CREST 3, SPRINGVILLE 1: Youth helped the Mustangs prevail, as sophomore Brady Smith scored twice while freshman Adrian Stewart added Mountain Crest's other goal.

Mustang goalie Chris Howell played a solid game, giving up only a meaningless second-half goal after Mountain Crest had taken a 3-0 lead.

BOUNTIFUL 7, LONE PEAK 0: Nate Parker fired in a pair of goals and five other Braves scored as Bountiful walloped the first-year Knights.

Steve Cruze picked up the shutout for Bountiful, which also got goals from Jake Eggett, Babe Kilgore, Casey Nordfors, Alex Guzman and Danny Farnes.

TIMPVIEW 3, EAST 0: Ethan Ross notched a hat trick, scoring two first-half goals and another in the second period, to lead the Thunderbirds. Goalie Mike Ross earned the shutout against the Leopards.


BOYS - WATERFORD 4, WENDOVER 2: The Wolves finished an undefeated season with the club title, thanks to goals by Abel Bromley, Erick Christiansen, Matt Pendleton and Jeremy Pendleton.

GIRLS - WATERFORD 7, ST. JOSEPH 2: Rachel Burks and Leah Peterson each tallied a pair of goals to lead the Wolves to the club championship. Ali Bagley, Sarah Johnston and Kristin Maetani also scored for Waterford. Jordan Johnson notched two goals in the first two minutes for the Jayhawks.