Hutchinson CC Sports Information
The Hutchinson Community College women's soccer team scored four goals in the first 7 minutes, 22 seconds and rolled to its second victory of the season on Saturday.
Sophomore Brailey Moeder had a hat trick and three Blue Dragons added two goals each as Hutchinson defeated North Iowa Area 11-0 at the Salthawk Sports Complex in the first meeting ever between the two programs.
The Blue Dragons improve to 2-0 heading into Wednesday's Jayhawk West opener at Northwest Tech. North Iowa Area falls for the first time this season, falling to 2-1.
Hutchinson started an early onslaught when Moeder beat NIACC keeper Sydney Shea 1 on 1 with a goal just 1:29 into the game. The assist came from starting goalkeeper Yadira Delgado, who sent a long punt that bounced over a pair of defenders and Moeder chased it down and moved in for the score.
Delgado, who was making her first start in goal, became the first Blue Dragon keeper since Bailey Shupe in 2012 to record an assist.
The Blue Dragons the broke open the game with three goals in a span of 1 minute, 55 seconds. Sophomore Megan Maslak, Moeder's second goal of the game and freshman Addi White's first goal of the season came in that span and gave the Blue Dragons a 4-0 lead just 7:22 into the contest.
Moeder's first goal was her first of the season. She is the second Blue Dragon in as many games to record a hat trick. Maslak, who had a four-goal performance in Hutch's last game on August 22, finished with two goals and an assist. White and freshman Ashley Venegas each scored two goals, both scoring their first goals of the season.
The Blue Dragons outshot NIACC 31-3
Delgado made three saves to earn her first victory as a goalkeeper.
Hutchinson led 7-0 at halftime.
GAME NOTES – Moeder's hat trick is the 83rd in Blue Dragon history. … This was Moeder's third career hat trick. … Delgado's assist was the fourth was the fourth goalkeeper assist in team history. … Head coach Sammy Lane won his 195th game as Hutchinson head coach. … The Blue Dragons recorded their 141st all-time shutout.