The Northview boys' soccer team has been looking for a breakout win for much of the season and perhaps got just that with a 9-1 pounding of South Vermillion on Thursday night.
The Knights' Sean Brockman posted a hat trick in a match that had coach Dustin Jorgensen raving about his squad's WIC win.
"We had 35 total shots on goal. It all finally came together. We have been working all year for a result like this," Jorgensen said. "It was great to watch our offense make so many beautiful passes. We switched the formation a little tonight and it helped our offense get some different looks. It was obviously something that worked for the guys and we are probably going to stick with it."
Mark Underwood tallied two goals for the Knights and Nick Ross, Austin Frankville and Levi Brown all found the net. Ross had two assists for the Knights, Brockman, Kaleb Britton, Frankville and Mitchell Thomas each had assists.
Dylan Dyar led the team with six steals, Ross had two, Thomas had one and Guy Wiss added a steal. Chandler Reeves had five saves for the Knights.
The Knights travel to Terre Haute South on Tuesday night at 5 p.m.