The Howard Community College men's and women's soccer teams are playing in the NJCAA Division III Soccer Championships. After district championship wins on Saturday, both teams will compete for national titles Nov. 8-11. The men's tournament will be held at Wehrum Stadium in Herkimer, N.Y., while the women's event will take place Wedgbury Stadium in Loves Park, Ill. The Dragons men's squad (11-8) found its rhythm in the Region 20/District H tournament after an up-and-down regular season. In the semifinals against Prince George's Community College on Thursday, Anthony Perez Rodriguez (Hammond) scored six minutes into overtime to clinch a 2-1 victory. And two days later, first-half goals from Anderson Marroquin (Hammond) and Bryce Waller (River Hill) were enough to upset top-seeded Anne Arundel Community College, sending the Dragons to the national tournament for the second straight year. On the women's side, Howard CC (11-7) beat Anne Arundel in its semifinal Wednesday thanks to a score from Kylie Toler (Reservoir). That set up Saturday's championship tilt with Oxford College of Emory University, where the Dragons continued to dominate. Hailey Montoya and Nikki Vieira each scoredbefore halftime, while Cassandra Padellford made three saves in a 2-0 triumph. The Dragons will head to Illinois in search of the program's first national championship.