Taylor Song and Harper each finished with two goals.
Darrell McDonald had 37 saves in the net, including 10 in overtime.
Chris Johnson scored for the Phantoms (5-6), Trevor Horton had an
assist and Sean Easton had 29 saves.
In other playoff action:
Thunder 4, Avalanche 2
Bijan Nafison, Cole Thormodsgaard, Dylan Dongird and Christopher Bill
all scored, Thormodsgaard, Brett Webber and Jacob Gonzales each had an
assist, and Jonathan Criss recorded 27 saves to lead the Thunder (5-5-1).
Nicholas Modrak scored both goals for the Avalanche (3-8), and Joshua
Gane had 29 saves.
Slapshots 7, Spitfires 6
Austin Garcia scored unassisted in overtime to lift the Slapshots
(7-4) into the second round.
It was the last of three goals scored by Garcia, who also picked up an
Other Slapshots goals were scored by John Aldinger, Cory Cunningham,
Nathan Wing and Brad Murchison.
Murchison and Matthew Kibler also had an assist.
Sean Wing stopped 27 shot attempts.
Carsten Beith and Chad Morris each scored two goals to lead the
Spitfires (6-5). Christian Beith and John Sacco also scored, Christian
Beith, Sacco and Michael Feirstein each had an assist and Andrew Fabrigas
had 37 saves.
Biscuits 5, Jaguars 3
Colby Rios was the division's high scorer on the day with four goals
and an assist, as the Biscuits (6-5) advanced.
Andrew Livezey scored a goal, Charles Condron had an assist and
Matthew Inouye recorded 27 saves to complete the Biscuits attack.
For the Jaguars, who ended the season at 7-4, Drew Jordan, Richard
Killian and Dmitri Sedykin all scored, Travis Beckman had an assist, and
William DeWitt had 28 saves.