SEYMOUR – Kiana Brown has become a scoring machine for Bedford North Lawrence.
The senior forward exploded for five goals as the Stars ran over Trinity Lutheran 11-1 on Thursday afternoon. While it’s unclear whether that represents a school record, Brown’s eruption matched the five that teammate Kat Emery scored last year at Brown County.
Brown has now scored 19 goals in the last six outings, and the Stars improved to 9-3-3 with their fifth victory in the last six matches.
“Our passing was stellar and it got us some great looks at the goal,” BNL coach Kelsey Pace said. “Kiana had a huge night and Kat helped her out with some great assists.”
Emery got the Stars rolling with goal in the 7th minute, and Lexi Russell followed with two straight (in the 15th and 23rd minutes). Brown started her scoring spree with first-half goals in the 24th minute and 31st minute.
Brown completed the hat trick in the 43rd minute before Trinity Lutheran got on the board with a goal by Sidney Hoene. BNL finished the blowout with scores by Brown (66th minute), Emily Baer (67th and 73rd), Georgia Cushing (79th) and Brown one final time (80th minute).
“We worked like a well-oiled machine,” Pace said. “We only have some minor changes we are making now in preparation for the sectional. We are ready.”
BNL will visit Edgewood on Monday.