On their senior night, Circleville picked up a hat trick from one of those upperclassmen on the way to a 5-1 win over Logan Elm.
Circleville senior Faith Yancey started the game’s scoring in the 20th minute, and she assisted junior Makya Cockerham on a goal in the 30th minute to give the Tigers a 2-0 lead which stood at halftime.
While Logan Elm scored early in the second half on a goal by Maggie Wilson, Yancey added her second goal a few minutes later.
Cockerham made it 4-1 Circleville in the 59th minute and Yancey completed her hat trick, with an assist from fellow senior Emma Groff seven minutes later.
Groff had two assists in the game and freshman Josei Randle had one as well.
Kylie McCain had four saves in goal for CHS.
The win gives the Tigers initial possession of the new traveling trophy that will be earned by the team winning the annual matchup between the Tigers and the Braves.
Circleville (10-3-3) has one last regular season matchup as the Tigers host Fairfield Union Wednesday.
The Braves (5-10-1) finish up the regular season Wednesday at Wellington.