After experiencing its first loss of the season Wednesday against Lawrenceville School, Sacred Heart Greenwich got right back on the winning track Thursday, topping St. Luke’s, 20-4, in New Canaan.
Senior Hilary Hoover scored a season-high five goals to pace the Tigers. Freshman Franny O’Brien registered three goals and one assist, while junior Lily DeConcini recorded a hat trick.
Sophomore Hannah Dempsey had two goals, one assist and gathered three ground balls, while senior Caroline Paul tallied twice and collected three ground balls in the winning effort. Senior Athena Corroon also powered Sacred Heart, notching two goals.
Ryan Smith, a senior added one goal and one assist for Sacred Heart, which received one goal apiece from sophomore Jacey Heffernan and freshman Dylan Drury.
Sophomore Fiona Lewis assisted on two goals, freshman Abby Barnett had two assists, junior Morgan Smith had two assists, junior Claire Chmiel collected three ground balls and eighth-grader Laura O’Connor made four saves for the victors.
Sacred Heart (12-1) hosts FAA foe Greens Farms Academy Friday at 4:30 p.m.