Brookfield Central's top-ranked girls soccer team outscored two opponents by the ridiculous combined score of 30-0 and rolled to the WIAA regional championship.
The Lancers only played a half and beat Milwaukee Morse-Marshall, 21-0, on May 31 at home in the regional semifinal and then blanked Greater Metro Conference opponent, Sussex Hamilton, 9-0, on June 4.
They advance to the sectional semifinal at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 9, against Divine Savior Holy Angels at Central. The top two teams in the state played to a 1-1 tie on May 24.
In the 9-0 win over the Chargers on Saturday, Central took a 6-0 lead into intermission.
Four goals in the first half came from Emma Staszkiewicz, Claire Haynes and Sarah Knopp. The three second-half goals came from Brandi Thomsen, Knopp and Haynes.
Assists went to Knopp (two), Mikayla Lazarski, Jenny Cape and Caroline Bush.
The Lancers had beaten the Chargers, 4-0, on May 10 at Sussex, so they more than doubled their score this time around.
Brookfield Central blanked Milwaukee Morse-Marshall/Madison, 21-0, on June 2 in the regional semifinal match at Central.
Leading 21-0, the game was halted at halftime (WIAA says at least one half is to be played in soccer).
Staszkiewicz scored three unassisted goals to give the Lancers a quick 3-0 lead five minutes into the match.
Ashlyn Mattes scored three goals and had two assists; Ashley Borowski scored three goals and had an assist; and Mikayla Lazarski added three goals.
Adding to the total, Caroline Busch and Jenny Cape each scored twice and had an assist; Abbey Mumm scored two goals; Knopp had a goal and two assists; and Julie Wolfla had a goal and an assist. Central also got credit with an own goal from the Eagles.
Marissa Jurasovich had two assists and Thomsen had one to round out the Lancers' 11 assists.