Field hockey: St. Dom’s opens up, spills Wells

AUBURN — Sophomore ahead Emily Andrews used to be simple to identify at the box hockey box.

Andrews spent maximum of Thursday’s sport in entrance of the Wells internet, scoring 5 targets and spearheading St. Dom’s 10-0 victory over the Warriors.

She introduced herself with loud bangs after a few her targets slammed into the again of the Wells cage. She scored all 4 of the undefeated Saints’ (9-0) targets within the first quarter.

“Usually I play really up (in front of the net),” Andrews mentioned. “There is not any offsides, so I simply truly play up, after which my group is truly just right at using the ball as much as me, and generally I’m in the appropriate position on the proper time. But it’s most commonly my group that may get it up the sector and get it to me — and I’m simply, like, the remaining phase and I am getting it within the target.

“We all played a really good game. We have been really working hard at our practices, and we are just starting to bond better as the year goes on, and that really helps with the goal count, in general.”

Andrews scored her 5th target within the 3rd quarter after the Saints  constructed a 7-0 lead by way of halftime.

St. Dom’s trainer Karli-An Holt mentioned Andrews’ five-goal extravaganza used to be “insane.”

“It tends to be the trend that we have one girl who kind of scores the several goals in a game,” Holt mentioned. “I guess it is just the momentum, and (Andrews) has been performing really well. We’ve pulled her down to midfielder for a little bit, and she has been performing well there. She’s been killing it at forward. She is definitely a great athlete — a good asset.”

Andrews wasn’t the one Saints participant to show in a hat trick.

Forward Lorelei Bonney additionally scored 3 targets, two of the ones in the second one quarter. Eighth-grade ahead Ava Martin additionally scored an unassisted target in the second one, giving the Saints a 7-0 lead. Senior Ava Apodaca and Madeline Andrews every gathered an lend a hand throughout the Saints’ three-goal attack.

“I think the girls were kind of — I don’t want to say settled or complacent, but I think that today they definitely took their energy to a new level and ground it out,” Holt mentioned. “I am really satisfied with the results. We really played well together. It was awesome to see some girls score multiple goals and (get) a lot of different assists.”

The Saints had been nonetheless happening a tear in the second one part, including 3 targets to their lead. Emily Andrews scored her 5th within the 3rd quarter. Martin tallied her 2d target and an lend a hand and Bonney were given her 3rd target within the fourth quarter to make it a 10-0 sport.

St. Dom’s saved Wells at bay all of the sport, preserving the Warriors to 2 pictures on internet. Winning freshman goalie Maia Cote made only one save.

Wells (3-5) trainer Katelyn Rich mentioned the Warriors are a tender group, with simplest two seniors at the roster.

“Yeah, (the Saints) are a tough team,” Rich mentioned. “I imply, particularly in the second one part, we began getting our momentum again. If there’s something I will be able to say about this group is that they didn’t surrender. 

“(The Saints) are a very competitive team. They have been very strong for years. They are a passing team. It is hard to defend that when you are struggling to create chemistry yourself with a young team.”

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