Soccer: Kingsford whitewashes Three Lakes, 7-1

Kingsford's MacKenzie Schwamlien (22) battles for the ball in Thursday's game against Three Lakes at Commemorative Field. (Burt Angeli/The Daily News)

Kingsford's MacKenzie Schwamlien (22) battles for the ball in Thursday's game against Three Lakes at Commemorative Field. (Burt Angeli/The Daily News)

KINGSFORD — Kingsford erupted for six first-half goals and defeated Three Lakes, Wis., 7-1 in non-conference girls soccer Thursday at Commemorative Field.

The Flivvers (9-3-2) celebrated “Senior Night” in the season’s final home game.

“Very nice win,” said Kingsford coach Jon Lorenzoni. “It was nice to score some goals. We weren’t even scoring in practice for goodness sakes.

“I kind of thought that once we started, goals would come in bunches, and they certainly did tonight.”

Six different players scored goals in the first half — Brooke Blaskowski, Tori Dalsanto, Hannah Carlson, Madison Koski, Brianna Robinson and Abbey Erickson.

Lorenzoni was particularly impressed with a Robinson cross to Blaskowski to start the scoring and an Erickson pass to Carlson for the third goal.

“That was beautiful soccer,” Lorenzoni said.

Dalsanto scored on a penalty kick. Carlson added a pair of first-half assists while Grace Lorenzoni, Robinson and Erickson each had one.

Erickson scored a second-half goal.

The Flivvers honored seniors Abi Person, Mallory Jayne, Carlson, Robinson, Erickson and Dalsanto for playing their final home game.

“We did some reminiscing about their freshmen year,” Lorenzoni said. “We had some tears, some hugs. And we won the game. All in all, it was a pretty good night.”

The Flivvers travel to Minocqua, Wis. tonight to face Lakeland.

Three Lakes 0 1 — 1

Kingsford 6 1 — 7

First Half

K — Brooke Blaskowski (Brianna Robinson)

K — Tori Dalsanto (penalty kick)

K — Hannah Carlson (Abbey Erickson)

K — Madison Koski (Grace Lorenzoni)

K — Robinson (Carlson)

K — Erickson (Carlson)

Second Half

K — Erickson

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