Owen Demmerly scored four goals, including the 200th of his career, to lead Shawnee to an 11-4 victory over Kingsway in the state Group 3 boys lacrosse tournament on Tuesday.
Jake Dean and Kyle Borbi added two goals each for Shawnee (15-5), the No. 7 seed.
The Renegades, who have won 12 of 13 and six in a row, advanced to face second-seeded Ridgewood in the state quarterfinals on Thursday.
Ryan Davidson scored two goals and had an assist and goalie Conor Beers made 12 saves for 10th-seeded Kingsway (15-6).
Demmerly is the first Shawnee player to score 200 goals. He reached the milestone early in the third quarter, and quickly added No. 201 to give the Renegades an 8-3 lead.
"It's an awesome feeling," Demmerly said of scoring 200 goals. "It's very exciting for me but I didn't want to focus on that and not keep track of the game. That was more important."
Kingsway broke to a 2-0 lead but Shawnee outscored the Dragons, 11-1, over the next 40 minutes of play.
Shawnee goalie Reece Tursi made seven saves.
"It was our best defensive performance of the season," Shawnee coach Tim Gushue said.
-- Phil Anastasia