So much for low scoring games and shutouts.
Stephenville's girls were finally in a wild one Friday evening in Birdville's tournament as Skylar Chipman and Cody Beyer each scored two goals in a 5-4 win over South Grand Prairie.
The victory sends the Honeybees to the championship at 5 p.m. Saturday at Birdville Fine Arts and Athletics Complex. They likely face Burleson Centennial or Keller Timber Creek.
It was back and forth until the teams were tied at 3-3, but the Bees scored the next two including the winner by Beyer. South Grand Prairie cut it to 5-4 with six minutes left, but Stephenville held on.
"That team just never quit," said Stephenville coach Casey Weil. "They just kept coming and coming."
Abby Cole had Stephenville's other goal, scoring on a penalty kick after the keeper came out and tackled Beyer.
It was the first time this season the unbeaten Bees have allowed more than one goal in a match.
"It was the first time this year I've seen the girls truly fatigued, and it showed," Weil said. "This tournament will do that to you, it can wear you down."
He hopes the Bees will be better rested for the championship.
"Not having to play leading up to it (Saturday) is big," he said. "A good day of rest will help a great deal."