The Stoughton girls soccer team’s season came to an end after a 10-0 loss to Oregon on Tuesday, May 28, in a WIAA Division 2 regional semifinal at Huntoon Field.

The Vikings were shut out by Evansville in a regular season finale on Thursday, May 23, on the road.

Oregon (13-0-1), ranked second in the Division 2 Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association state poll, advances to host Fort Atkinson in a regional final at 1 p.m. on Saturday.

Oregon 10, Stoughton 0

Oregon sophomore midfielder Jenna Bennett scored three goals on Tuesday to power Oregon to a 3-0 win over Stoughton in a Division 2 regional semifinal at Huntoon Field.

The Panthers exploded for six goals in the first half. It marks the second time this season the Panthers have defeated the Vikings. It’s the 12th shutout this season for Oregon.

Junior forward Avary Fanning had two goals and two assists.

Senior forward Ella Hughes scored on an assist by junior forward Avary Fanning at 1 minute, 53 seconds. Fanning scored about eight minutes later to give the Panthers a 2-0 lead.

Bennett had her first goal on a pass from sophomore forward Bri Sauer at 10:09. She scored her second goal on an assist from senior Macie Cox at 27:24 to extend the Panthers’ lead to 4-0.

Senior midfielder Maddy Swartzmiller scored on an assist by junior forward Kaitlyn Schrimpf at 31:47. Senior defender Sydney McKee scored at 44:31 to give the Panthers a 6-0 lead at the half.

Oregon outshot Stoughton 13-0.

The Panthers scored three goals in the first 12 minutes of the second half.

Evansville 2, Stoughton 0

The Blue Devils scored two goals in the first half to top the Vikings 2-0 on Thursday.

Evansville outshot Stoughton 10-6. Sedlacek had five saves.

The Blue Devils got first-half goals from Abby Eftemoff and Megan Christens.