Jesse Jasso’s penalty kick goal in the final minute of regulation play gave visiting Winnetonka a 1-0 victory Tuesday over William Chrisman at Norm James Field.

“We played really well,” Chrisman coach John Straub said. “It was one of our best games of the year. We were unlucky at the end.”

Chrisman was a 2-0 junior varsity winner.

GRAIN VALLEY 4, O’HARA 1: Adam Chaiprathum scored two goals and Alex Thiessen and Michael Pellham one each to lead Grain Valley to the home victory Monday night.

The Eagles, now 7-1 after also winning Tuesday, led 1-0 after two minutes and never looked back.

LEE’S SUMMIT 2, BLUE SPRINGS 0: Two first-half goals were all visiting Lee’s Summit needed to post a Suburban Big Six victory Monday night.

Goalkeeper Josh Hubner, to no avail, kept the Tigers scoreless in the second half. The Wildcats fell to 3-4 and 1-2.

PARK HILL SOUTH 2, BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 1: A strong Park Hill South team held off the visiting Jaguars on Monday.

Jacob Gowan scored the only South goal on Sam Leech’s in the 40th minute. Dylan Kintner scored both Trojan goals, including the winner in the fourth minute of the first 10-minute overtime.

“They’re a good team, and we proved that we can play with good teams,” Jaguar coach Jon Grice said. “The boys played well, and I’m proud of their efforts.”

PARK HILL 5, TRUMAN 1: Truman remained winless with the Suburban Middle Six loss at Park Hill. Amilcar Hernandez scored the only goal for Truman (0-7, 0-2).

“We came out in the first half and played uninspired, unintelligent and unacceptable,” Truman coach Jared Byrne said. “We came out in the second half and played as a completely different team. We played much better.”

Park Hill scored all of its goals in the first half.

TRI-CITY CHRISTIAN 2, EAGLE HEIGHTS 1: Tri-City improved to 4-1 win Monday’s victory, as Seth Sanders scored the winning goal in the 71st minute off an Alex Ruiz assist.

David Ruiz’s penalty-kick goal put Tri-City ahead in the 27th, and Eagle Heights Christian forged a halftime tie with Spencer Register’s breakaway goal in the 32nd.

Alex Andersen had eight saves in goal for Tri-City, while Christian Lynch and Conner Hill had non-goalie saves.