Blue Springs South’s Nina Stine had herself a game.
She tied the school girls soccer record for goals in a game with five and pushed her total to 21 on the season during a 8-0 win against Pembroke Hill in the Blue Springs South Invitational.
She tied Sharaya Sidebottom's career goal record from 2008 with her 60th. She is also five goals behind from her school record 26 goals she set last season.
Three of Stine’s goals came in a six-minute span
Mallory Kroencke and Kaylee Connors each had a goal as well. Kroencke had three assists and Madi Poertner and Katie Poertner each had one. Megan Swanson recorded the shutout.
“Although we didn't start great, the girls turned it on and played great soccer,” South coach Todd Findley said. “It was a great team effort today including our reserves, who gave us quality minutes.”
WILLIAM CHRISMAN 5, GRANDVIEW 0: Just a day after she displayed her basketball skills at the Stateline Showdown, Adreon Bell showed she can do a little something on the soccer field, too.
The senior forward notched a hat trick during a non-conference win against the host Bulldogs Monday.
Cassie Simpson and Maureen Hennessy also each had a goal. Tierra Lopez and Katie Laughlin each had an assist.
MOBERLY TOURNAMENT: Fort Osage notched three straight wins in the Moberly Tournament to take the championship over the weekend.
The Indians defeated Southern Boone 2-1 by winning a shootout, and they also beat Moberly 9-0 and then topped Winfield 3-2 in the semifinals.
Megan Lyon and Karlee Tatum led the Indians (9-2) with four goals each in the tournament.
Lyon scored the goal in regulation in the final, and she and Elisha Miller notched the shootout goals. Amber Lee made four saves in the shootout.
Against Winfield, Lyon had two goals and Tatum had one.
LEE’S SUMMIT 4, BLUE SPRINGS 0: The Wildcats fell to 3-7 overall and 0-4 in the Suburban Big Seven following a loss to the Tigers Monday.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS 3, OAK GROVE 2: The Panthers fell into an early hole and couldn’t recover in a loss to the Tigers Monday during a Missouri River Valley Conference West game.
Oak Grove was down 3-1 at halftime. Carlee Doss and Jule Wiedemann each had a goal for the Panthers (8-4, 0-3).
“Great second half, but too many mistakes early,” Oak Grove coach Michael Brown said.