OSKALOOSA — Perhaps Oskaloosa’s girls soccer team should lose resoundingly more often.
After getting beaten by five goals against Grinnell last week, the Indians have recorded back-to-back shutouts since then.
The latest coming Tuesday night as the 5-2 Indians blanked North Polk 6-0 behind Ciara Conley’s hat trick and two other goals from Andie Reif.
“We had a good effort and North Polk is a better team that it showed tonight,” Oskaloosa coach Greg Walter said. “We put some chances in the goal. We took some good shots and I felt like we were pretty confident going into the game.
“Tonight showed we have a good offense. We played well and I think it was one of our better efforts. When they had the attack, we really stepped it up and shut down their attack with only one shot on goal.”
Oskaloosa struck early against the Comets as Conley began the scoring in the 10th minute with the assist coming from Sarah Overbergen.
Oskaloosa took the 2-0 lead into halftime as Andie Reif got her first goal of the night in the 39th minute with the assist going to Katelyn Anderson.
Conley got the assist from Rachel Adams 10 minutes into the second half for the 3-0 lead then the floodgates really opened up.
The Indians tacked on three goals in the final 7 minutes with Conley, McKenna Plate and Reif doing the honors.
Oskaloosa has Senior Night Thursday against Fairfield.
Oskaloosa 6, North Polk 0
NP 0 0 — 0
O 2 4 — 0
O — Ciara Conley (3) (Sarah Overbergen assist), 10th minute
O — Andie Reif (1) (Katelyn Anderson assist), 39th minute
O — Conley (4) (Rachel Adams assist), 50th minute
O — Conley (5) (Katelyn Hasselman assist), 73rd minute
O — McKenna Plate (3) (unassisted), 79th minute
O — Reif (2) (Samantha Stearns assist), 80th minute
Shots — 19 (Conley 6, Andie Reif 2, Aleda Renter 2, Katelyn Hasselman 2, Sarandyn Curtis 2, Riley Berg 1, McKenna Plate 1, Laura VanKooten 1, Keely Blanchard 1, Jackie Reif 1). Shots on goal — 17 (Conley 5, A. Reif 2, Curtis 2, Hasselman 2, Renter 2, Plate 1, VanKooten 1, Blanchard 1, J. Reif 1). Save — 1 (Sandra Blom 1).