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Lucas leads E.P. to victory

EAGLE POINT -- Stephanie Lucas broke out of her scoring slump in a big way Monday night, depositing six shots into the net for Eagle Point to raise her season total in goals to 29.

Lucas, who had been held in check during recent Southern Oregon Conference girls soccer matchups, helped carry the Eagles to a 10-3 romp over Del Norte in a non-league contest.

It took Lucas just 14 minutes of play to register a hat trick, with the Eagle scoring machine adding another goal in the first half and two in the second half to complete her feat.

When the team doesn't know to mark her, she can get free before they're aware of what's going on, Eagle Point coach Tim Sweeney said following the game. Unfortunately, teams in our conference are pretty well aware of who she is and that she needs to be stopped.

With the win, Eagle Point improved to 6-6 on the season.

I don't think we've ever been near .500 this late in a season before, so this is a lot of fun, the coach said. Winning covers a multitude of sins, aches, and pains.

Tanya Ulsted added two goals and two assists, with Michelle Morton and Aaron Rogers each adding a goal. Necia Wilkinson chipped in two assists, with Sara Rendtorff and Moriah Kruis each adding an assist.