CLAREMORE — Commerce picked up a win, but missed the Class 4A boys’ soccer playoffs.

The Tigers wrapped up their season with a 2-1 overtime win against Claremore Sequoyah.

The Tigers wound up fifth in the district standings behind Skiatook, Tulsa Webster, Miami and Grove at 4-3.

“Our loss to Webster (4-1 on April 17) made it difficult for all the pieces to fall our way,” Commerce coach John Medlin said. “Once Miami beat Skiatook (3-2 in overtime Friday) we were effectively eliminated.

“We just didn’t take advantage of our opportunities.”

Anthony Cardenas and Gabriel Gonzalez scored for the Tigers against Sequoyah.

CHS finished with a 6-5 record.

The Tigers have gone 21-19 over the past three seasons after winning just seven times the two previous campaigns.

They qualified for the playoffs for the first time ever last season.

“The kids have worked extremely hard to build this program,” Medlin said. “The future is bright due to their commitment and dedication.”

The Commerce girls suffered a 5-0 loss against Sequoyah.

They finished the season 2-6 in the district and 3-9 overall.