SOPHIA Primary was the top team after they crushed Tucville Primary 4-0 when the round-of 16 action in the seventh annual COURTS/ Malta School Pee-Wee football competition continued yesterday at the Banks DIH Thirst Park, ground.Sophia who are still to be beaten, had Leonard King and the prolific David Weeks at the helm of their destruction.King was in ominous form as he netted a hat-trick (8th, 15th, 35th mins), while Weeks powerfully breached the defence in the 29th.2016 losing finalist, St Agnes Primary continue to show their class and seems to be heading to another final after they defeated Goed Fortuin 2-0. First-half goals from Darius Chester (12th) and Justin Alcindor (17th) sealed the comfortable victory.Meanwhile, inaugural champions, Marian Academy were pushed to the limit by F.E. Pollard Primary, requiring extra time to find a winner. The Carifesta unit, who displayed great technicality, found the critical goal from Chad Henry (42).Likewise, former champions Stella Maris edged South Ruimveldt Primary in a 2-1 thriller. Nashawn Bristol placed South Ruimveldt in the ascendency when he scored in the 19th minute.Tensions were brewing with some missed chances by both sides. Stella Maris broke free when Fedel Norville had his first of two important goals in the 27th minute. With the match seeming all but certain for extra time, Norville scored again in the 32nd.The match which had many parents biting nails involved School of the Nations and Mae’s Primary which the former won 3-2 on penalty kicks.It was a match built on a tense second half as after Mikhil Mason struck for Mae’s in the 9th and once more in the 26th ,it was all School of the Nations. The duo of Ewart John (27th) and Timothy Braithwaite (40th) then pulled off stunning heist, rescuing their team.The steamrolling then began when West Ruimveldt humbled Den Amstel 7-1 with Ian Daniels leading the route with a helmet-tick. Daniels scored in the 3rd 5th 16th , and 19th min. while Scyon Sampson (21st, 39th) and Jonathan Andries (31st) added the final touches. Keishan Humphrey was the lone scorer for the West Coast unit in the 24th.St Ambrose Primary were on the receiving end of a thumping when they went down 0-3 to Enterprise. Shamar Richardson (18th, 37th) and Mark Eastman (25th) were the scorers.Additionally, Parfait Harmonie Primary lost 1-2 to Redeemer, due to goals from Kevin George (27th) and Migwell Alexander (37th). Joshua Daniels goal in the 33rd minute was not enough for the West Bank Demerara outfit.With no more teams being eliminated at this stage, matches will continue next Saturday at the same venue from 10:45 hrs.