By JEREMY McGUIRE
HAYS, Kan.-The Hays High Lady Indians broke out of an offensive slump in a big way on Monday with a 7-0 win over Junction City at the Hays High field. The Lady Indians scored early and often in the first half. Taleia McCrae got things going in the sixth minute and things exploded from there. Jersey Johnson, Allison Shubert, and two goals from Maggie Robben capped off the first half scoring to give Hays High a 5-0 lead at halftime.
The Lady Indians extended the lead in the second half with a goal from Caroline Robben and Kallie Leiker to give Hays a convincing 7-0 win. The Lady Indians were in a sharing mood as they assisted on five of the seven goals. Johnson, McCrae, Caroline Robben, Shubert, and Hannah McGuire all had assists to help the team effort. It was a game dominated the whole way by the Lady Indians with the ball rarely crossing the midfield stripe on the Hays High side.
The Lady Indians improve to 5-1-1 on the season and will travel to Great Bend on Tuesday to face the Panthers. That game is set to begin at 4pm.
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