Mikayla McCarthy beat the Althoff goalkeeper three times Friday night and her teammates contributed another three goals as Collinsville rolled 6-0 at home in non-conference play.
McCarthy’s three goals doubled her output for the season. Combined with her goal and two assists from Thursday, McCarthy looks more like the player who scored 20 goals in the 2013 season.
Collinsville Head Coach Clay Smith said McCarthy was like her old self.
“She was out there having fun,” Smith said. “She was making creative runs,”
After winning by a combined 13-0 in two nights, Smith said his steam is starting to play well as a result of moving players around and changing up formations.
“Right now we’re moving the ball really well and we are definitely finding the right people’s feet at the right time, and we’re clicking pretty good,” Smith said
Collinsville (11-5-2) scored four second half goals Friday night against the Crusaders (9-9-3), after scoring six of seven goals Thursday in the second half. Sophia Sharos scored both Collinsville first-half goals Friday, her team leading 12th and 13th goals of the season.
Freshman Andrea Frerker scored her third goal of the season and second in two days.
Collinsville concludes their regular season at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Kahok Stadium against Ursaline Academy.