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The Boiling Springs Field Hockey Team opened play in the District 3 Tournament by routing #15 Bermudian Springs by a score of 11-0 on Wednesday, October 26. During the game, Lexi Hanlin scored a goal, earning her 100th career point in the process.
The Bubblers did not wait long to get the offense rolling, with Genna Bush finding the back of the cage just 44 seconds into the game. The purple & gold tacked on another goal when off a corner, Shae Bennett rocketed a ball toward the goal and Alex Bandura directed it past the goalie to make the score 2-0.
The Eagles slowed the Bubblers onslaught temporarily before Lexi Hanlin took over. Hanlin scored two goals in just over a minute to extend the lead to four. Haley Lenker got into the act, scoring off a fast break. In the closing seconds of the half, Reese Hays found Reagan Eickhoff for a goal, giving Boiling Springs a 6-0 edge going into the half.
Hanlin scored the Bubblers lone goal of the third quarter off a pass from Eickhoff, giving Hanlin a hat trick. In the process, Hanlin earned her 100th career point becoming the third current Bubbler to reach the mark. She would not stop there, scoring her fourth goal of the game in the fourth quarter. Bush dished out two assists, setting up Lexi Boyle and Hays for goals. Eickhoff finished off the win, scoring her second goal of the game and securing the 11-0 victory.
The Bubblers dominated the game, outshooting the Eagles 31-1 and holding a 9-4 edge in corners. Boiling Springs is now 19-0 this season and has outscored their opponents by a score of 136-3.
Boiling Springs will continue their run through the District 3 Tournament when they host #7 Annville-Cleonna on Saturday, October 29 at 7:00 p.m. The Dutchmen are 15-4 this season.