BROKEN ARROW — D’waylan McIntosh scored two goals to lead a balanced attack as Broken Arrow’s boys soccer team rolled to an impressive 6-2 victory over Jenks in the first round of the Class 6A playoffs Tuesday night at Broken Arrow Memorial Stadium.

Ramez Shawareb, Chase Gaddis, Zayne Wykoff and Jonathan Garcia also scored for Broken Arrow (14-2), which won its seventh straight game by a combined margin of 28-4.

“D’waylan McIntosh is definitely leading the team in goals. He’s been very effective, but we’ve got three or four guys that don’t typically score,” Tigers first-year coach Shane Schwab said.

“We got to rest our starters for the last 20 minutes, which was huge, and our reserves came in and played really, really well and got a couple of goals, so I couldn’t be more proud of the effort of the team tonight.”

The Tigers, who won all seven district games to claim the 6A-3 title, advanced to the quarterfinals on Friday against the winner of the Bixby-Edmond Deer Creek match.

While Schwab acknowledged that nothing less than the state championship is the team’s goal, Broken Arrow needs to keep its focus at one game at a time.

“Very happy with the performance,” Schwab said. “In the last eight or nine games, we’ve really stepped it up. We’re clicking right now and things are really flowing for us, so we want to keep that going.

“We talked about staying focused on our next opponent. One game at a time, that’s what we’re doing.”

Dal Lam Tung and Samuel Short scored second-half goals for Jenks (7-8), which ended its season having lost three of its last four.

Broken Arrow snapped the scoreless tie 11:34 into the match when Gaddis drilled a 15-yard shot that forced Jenks goalkeeper Jason Dausses to make a spectacular diving save. The rebound bounced right to McIntosh, who popped home a 5-yard shot.

Shawareb gave the Tigers a two-goal lead with 6:23 left in the opening half when he corralled a short pass from Parker Ainsworth and chipped a 5-yard shot past Dausses.

Gaddis made it 3-0 just 1:17 into the second half and less than five minutes later, McIntosh got his second of the night to make it a four-goal margin.

Broken Arrow 1, Westmoore 0 (girls)

Paulina Chavez scored with 17:56 remaining to lift Broken Arrow (12-4) to a first-round victory over Westmoore (8-8).

After stealing the ball near the left sideline, Chavez dribbled into the middle and evaded several defenders before unleashing a 15-yard blast into the upper left corner.

Westmoore nearly tied it with 6:31 left, but Allyson Pamplin’s 12-yard shot bounced off the crossbar, and Celeste Ceballos’ point-blank rebound chance sailed over the net.

BA won for the sixth time in its last seven outings and advances to the 6A quarterfinals on Friday against Union, which defeated Enid 6-0.

Broken Arrow 1, Westmoore 0 (girls)

Westmoore 0 0 — 0

Broken Arrow 0 1 — 1

Goals: BA, Chavez. Saves: W, Tillison 11; BA, Nance 3.

Broken Arrow 6, Jenks 2 (boys)

Jenks 0 2 — 2

Broken Arrow 2 4 — 6

Goals: J, Lam Tung (Edwards), Short (Moody). BA, McIntosh 2, Shawareb (Ainsworth), Gaddis, Wykoff, Garcia (Shrum). Saves: J, Dausses 6, Knepper 5; BA, Anderegg 3, Gallegor 1.