Eastside comes up with 3 hat tricks in pair of wins
Seven different Lady Eagles got involved in the score sheet for Eastside (2-3, 1-0 4-AAA) as they defeated Drew 9-0 on Tuesday. Tara Harrison intercepted a Drew goal kick and sent the ball to Sarah Gaddis who forwarded it to Amber Lafond who sent it back to Gaddis for the goal and a 1-0 Eastside (2-3, 1-0 4AAA) lead in the 5th minute of the match.
Lafond stretched the lead to 2-0 when she put a penalty kick in five minutes later. Halfway through the first half, Harrison sent a free kick into the scoring area that Gaddis stuck in the back of the net to make it 3-0. Lafond scored twice more in the first half to lead Eastside to a 5-0 halftime advantage.
Gaddis added her hat trick of three goals and Lafond had an assist.
Sophomore Alexis Langford scored her first varsity goal with 14 minutes left in the game.
Harrison notched three assists while Kari Dylong, Alex Morvik and Alli Coberth each had one assist. Eastside outshot Drew 39-1.
“We finally got some consistent ball movement,” Eastside coach Joel Singleton said. “We utilized both sides of the field very well. We have no time to relax. We have a big game with Alcovy on Friday. It’s always a great rivalry game.”
Eastside 4, Drew 1
After the girls had two separate hat tricks for Eastside, the boys’ team continued the trend thanks to Trent Taylor.
Taylor led the way with three goals, and Eastside defeated previously un-