Savanna Jackson, shown here earlier in the year, scored a school-record six goals in the Jefferson girls' soccer team's 10-0 victory over Monroe Area. 

Behind a record night from Savanna Jackson, the Jefferson girls' soccer team defeated Monroe Area 10-0 on the road Tuesday (March 10). 

Jackson scored six goals, breaking the school record of Stephanie Lamm, in the victory.

"The night belonged to Savanna Jackson and the soccer net," coach Molly McCarty said. "The beauty of what Savanna did came from the team who rallied behind her to break Stephanie Lamm’s 2012 record, who happened to be with us since it was her spring break."

"She also assisted a goal, too. She has worked so hard in the offseason and weightroom and trains with intensity. She is a true team player. Steph was probably the most excited person of us all because she told them it was about time for that record to change."

A.K. Navas added two goals and Abbey Eison and Carter Drake each scored one.

Sarah LaMar had two assists, and Jackson, Drake, Chloe Hopcraft and Valerie LaDue had one assist.


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