For the second year in a row, the West Florida High girls soccer team ended Gulf Breeze's season.
And for the second game in a row, the Jaguars made history.
Senior midfielder Kaysi Roberts scored on a rebound just a little more than 1:30 into overtime to give West Florida a 2-1 victory over Gulf Breeze in the Region 1-3A semifinals Saturday night at Dolphin Stadium.
The Jaguars (15-7-2) were making the program's first appearance in the region semifinals and now will be making their debut in the Region 1-3A championship game at Ponte Vedra at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Until then, West Florida will revel in its semifinal victory.
"That was amazing," Roberts said of her game-ending shot. "We worked so hard for this. And it was everyone on my team -- it wasn't just me. I just found the rebound, and I put it in the goal."
Roberts got her opportunity after junior forward Andrea Rivera flew by the Dolphins' defense up the right side of the field, worked her way toward the goal and found open teammate Brianna Schubeck, who flicked a shot right into the hands of Gulf Breeze goalkeeper Mollie Johnson.
The shot was knocked away, but that's when Roberts struck, sending a perfect shot into the right corner of the goal.
"For the seniors on our team, we didn't want the season to end tonight," Roberts said. "We worked hard for this all season, and we want to take the team as far as we can."
The Dolphins (21-4-4) haven't lost a region semifinal since 2005. And they've been to the state playoffs 21 times in the past 22 seasons. Last year was the year Gulf Breeze missed after losing to West Florida during their district tournament.
"I told the girls that Gulf Breeze wasn't going to give up, and they didn't," West Florida coach Peter Stephens said. "But maybe this will be our postseason tradition now. You never know."
And if the Dolphins -- who had three previous wins over the Jaguars this season -- were a challenge, Ponte Vedra certainly will be, too.
The Sharks are the defending Class 3A state champions and also won a state title in 2009.
"We all just want this so bad," said Rivera, who scored the game's first goal in the 16th minute after whizzing by four defenders. "We want this not just for ourselves, but for the team and the seniors who are leaving and for West Florida. This win tonight just feels amazing."
After Rivera's goal, the Dolphins had numerous opportunities but were thrown off by the Jaguars defense, which sometimes had nine players in the backfield.
Gulf Breeze senior midfielder Allison Proctor -- who finished the season with 22 goals -- finally scored on a rebound to tie the game with 13:40 left in regulation. The Dolphins then held off the Jaguars' attack to send the game to overtime.
"That was a great game," Stephens said. "We had a good game plan coming in, and we followed it as much as we could. And, you know, it's just hard that one team had to lose in this game. It was such a beautiful game to watch."
Region 1-3A Semifinal
At Gulf Breeze
WEST FLORIDA 2, GULF BREEZE 1 OT
West Florida (15-7-2) -- Goals: Andrea Rivera 1, Kaysi Roberts 1. Assists: Brianna Schubeck 1. Saves: Morgan Duckworth 4, Brianna Wisniewski 10.
Gulf Breeze (21-4-4) -- Goal: Allison Proctor. Saves: Mollie Johnson 6.