Overland Park Freshman Stef Stuever scored twice and sophomore Kathleen Hermesch added her own tally as the Lawrence High girls soccer team knocked off Shawnee Mission North, 3-1, on Tuesday night.
Stuever and Hermesch struck in the first half to give the Lions (3-6-1) a 2-0 lead, and Stuever closed out the scoring after the break with her second goal.
Freshman goalie Emma Lumpe only needed to make two saves for LHS.
"We probably outshot them 30-2. We dominated the time of possession," said LHS coach Matt Anderson.
The Lions finally caught a break after a stretch of games that included five straight opponents ranked in the state's top 10, followed by Monday's rain-shortened affair against Blue Valley.
"We've got a little momentum going now," Anderson said. "We could possibly get to sixth place in the Sunflower League, which would be a big jump."
The Lions return to action Thursday against Leavenworth at the Youth Sports Inc., fields.