TAMPA — After four consecutive years of losing region playoff games in penalty kicks or on a late penalty kick, the PKs finally went Robinson's way."We have exorcised our demons," Robinson coach Billy Helms crowed after the Knights defeated Osceola 3-2 in Tuesday's Class 3A region semifinal. "The curse has been broken!"Broken largely by Robinson junior Sarah Jennewein, who suffered through the previous two region penalty-kick losses, but was all smiles Tuesday after scoring all three Robinson goals — the last two on PKs."We were all a little nervous before the game after knowing what happened the previous few years," said Jennewein, who slipped in her last penalty kick at the 45th minute for the game's final goal. "But we were ready to fight for it. We were never going to let ourselves get down."Overall the teams played pretty evenly, with Osceola (16-3-1) taking a 1-0 lead at the 24th minute when Rachel Dirks broke free and fired in a shot from 20 yards.Robinson (12-8) answered a few minutes later when Jennewein scored on a similarly hot shot from 20 yards.At the 36th minute, Osceola took the lead again when Sophia Masut scored on another breakaway. But once again Robinson quickly answered, scoring just before the first half ended on Jennewein's first penalty kick.In the final 10 minutes, Osceola applied a furious charge, narrowly missing on a few close-range shots. Robinson, meantime, never let up on its hard-charging defense."We were not going to let up," Jennewein said. "We were giving it everything we had to the end."