TAMPA — Two years ago, Jordan Almasy helped Wesley Chapel make history by throwing a shutout in her school’s first-ever playoff victory. After missing the postseason last year and suffering a tough loss to Land O’ Lakes in last week’s district final, the memories of that playoff win were on Almasy’s mind Wednesday night as she guided Wesley Chapel past Jefferson 2-0 in the Class 6A region quarterfinals. "That first year I remember the emotions of going into that game to win our first-ever playoff game," Almasy, a junior, said. "This team wants it just as bad this year. We want to go further this year than my freshman year and every girl here is committed to that."The Wildcats, whose record improved to 15-6 after finishing 9-16 last season, advance to play Robinson in Tuesday's semifinal."We had a losing year last season so this has been a year to get that winning culture back," first-year coach Lauren Pasquale said.Pasquale believes in an aggressive baserunning strategy and that was on display in the first when Almasy singled to lead off the game, stole second and advanced to third on a wild pitch. Almasy then scored on Ashley Garrison's single.“I coach very aggressively on the bases,” Pasquale said. “We grab our opportunity to make something happen. Chaos creates confusion and if our runs came off stolen bases, then we made it happen.”With four stolen bases in the game, the Wildcats’ second run was scored when Kadence Means doubled, advanced to third, then stole home.Returning from last year's season-ending knee injury two before the end of the regular season, Almasy scattered three hits and struck out four in the shutout. "This was amazing," said Almasy, a UCF commit.Jefferson (12-14) came closest to scoring in the second and fourth innings when Jasmin Fontela reach third. Fontela doubled in the second but was left stranded on third when the Dragons hit into a double play. Fontela reached third again in the fourth inning with two outs, but Almasy preserved the Wildcats’ shutout when Jefferson grounded out.