Courtney Eisman scored two goals and Kristi Blau and Sarah Franklin added one each to lead Truman to a 4-1 Suburban Big Six road victory over host Oak Park Monday night.

The undefeated Truman girls soccer team rolls on.

Courtney Eisman scored two goals and Kristi Blau and Sarah Franklin added one each to lead Truman to a 4-1 Suburban Big Six road victory over host Oak Park Monday night.

Truman (3-0, 2-0 Big Six) led 2-1 at halftime. Julie Bjerke, a foreign exchange student from Norway, assisted on Blau’s goal for a 1-0 Truman lead in the 28th minute. Eisman scored on an assist from Callie Lucas in the 35th minute to give the Patriots the one-goal lead at the break.

Truman posted a 2-0 junior varsity win.

PARK HILL 3, BLUE SPRINGS 2: Bailey Hensley had a goal and an assist and Beka Lowery added another, but the Wildcats came up short at home in a shootout in their season and home opener.

Park Hill edged Blue Springs 4-2 in the shootout after a pair of scoreless 10-minute overtime periods.

The Wildcats led 2-0 in the second half, but gave up two goals in the last eight minutes of the game to send it into overtime.

“We played well,” Wildcats head coach Doug McLagan said. “We should have won. Really, for 90 percent of the game, we dominated and deserved to win, but we caved, which is pretty disappointing. But we played well.”

KEARNEY 4, FORT OSAGE 0: Although the Indians were shutout, head coach Andrew Fletcher was pleased with the play of his team in their home and season debut.

“It was a good game,” Fletcher said. “They scored three quick goals right before halftime, which made it difficult for us.”

In junior varsity action, the Indians lost 10-0.

WINNETONKA 4, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 1: Two second-half Stephanie Tholl goals assured visiting Winnetonka of the Suburban Big Six victory.

Meg Nichols scored in the second minute, giving the Griffins a 1-0 lead. Seconds later, Chrisman junior Mariah Wheaton tied the score. Winnetonka went ahead 2-1 in the 35th minute.

“It was good to see us rebound at the beginning of the game,” Chrisman coach John Straub said. “I was disappointed we couldn’t have more on the scoreboard for the opportunities we had.”

Chrisman dropped to 2-2 overall and 0-2 in the conference.

Chrisman was a 1-0 winner in the junior varsity and C team games.

OAK GROVE 7, CAMERON 1: Sophomore Haley Hayes put together arguably had her best high school game with four goals – three unassisted – and two assists to power Oak Grove to an easy victory over visiting Cameron.

Oak Grove (3-2) coasted after taking a 4-1 halftime lead. The other three goals came in the final 10 minutes.

Tara Hamilton scored two goals and assisted on another and Jordan Stanley scored one goal for the Panthers.

“We played the hardest the last 15 minutes,” Oak Grove coach Calea Bourne said. “Everyone got a lot of minutes. It was a whole team effort.”

Oak Grove was 5-1 junior varsity winner.