When the game started, Proctor earned a corner off the get-go, but that is all they would get. Off the corner, St. Paul's countered as Charlotte Clark would score the opening goal, just over 90 seconds into the game. Four minutes later, Gillis Frichette found Bridget Babcock, to go up 2-0. Two minutes after that, Clark made a great run down the sideline and put in a perfect cross, probably the best cross we have seen all season, to Amanda Sudnik, who put it away with an easy tap-in. Then with just over 19 minutes left in the half Isabelle Yonce would score, to make it 4-0, as they would go into the half the same.
Eight minutes into the second half, St. Paul's continued to dominate, as Frechette would find the back of the net. With just 16 minutes to play, Ellie Neel would make it six, then five minutes later Ruthie Covo, would make it seven. With about 30 seconds left, Eliza Farris would wrap up the scoring, as St. Paul's would take a well-earned victory 8-0.
Even though Clark did not have glittering stats, she was the focal point of St. Paul's offense. Usually, it is Josie Varney at the center of attention, but seeing Clark step-up in that role, is a huge positive for St. Paul's, knowing they have someone else that can control a game. Clark was simply brilliant all evening.
As a team, St. Paul's dominated. They only allowed Proctor two corners and didn't allow them to have a shot on goal. St. Paul's earned 12 corners, and took 25 shots.