Clark continued to stamp their credentials for a district girls’ soccer title as they managed a win over Jay at Farris Stadium on Wednesday night. Clark dominated the match from the opening whistle and claimed a big 7-0 win.
The undoubted star of the show was Clark’s freshman forward Andrea Santos who was involved in all bar one of the goals in the match. Santos managed a hat-trick of both goals and assists to continue what has been a phenomenal start to her varsity career.
Such was the performance of Clark in the match that Santos wasn’t the only player involved in more than three goals. Junior midfielder Alexandra Theriot was also impressive in the match as she scored twice and also laid off two assists.
From the opening whistle Clark went for the match and they dominated the match opening the scoring early. That goal came through Theriot as she was able to get on the end of the ball from sophomore midfielder Brenna Traa and made it 1-0.
Santos had her first contribution of the match in the second goal as she was able to lay off an assist. In this one she was able to get space and cross the ball in to freshman defender Gracie Gibson forward to do exactly what she did, heading home the goal.
Before half time the two stars of the match combined as Santos was able to get her second assist of the match. That saw her put in Theriot who completed her brace before half-time after putting away Santos’ ball, making it four.
Early in the second half Santos continued her form and sealed her brace as she was able to score the fifth goal of the match. Junior forward Isabelle Creagh cut the ball back to Santos who was able to bury the chance.
Santos turned provider on the next goal as she was able to see Gibson wrap up her brace as she managed a second good finish. Santos was able to cross the ball in again finding Gibson who got a header on to it and bury the goal, Santos’ third assist of the match.
The final goal of the match came through the combination that had controlled the match for Clark scored the seventh. Theriot was able to cross in a ball for Santos, allowing Santos to seal her hat-trick with a strong finish and wrap up the 7-0 win.