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The Noblesville Millers traveled to Brebeuf Jesuit as part of a Girls and Boys Varsity Doubleheader.
The Millers took an early 3-0 lead and never looked back, finishing 19 – 3 winners. The Millers had several big performances led by senior midfielder Emma Potter. Potter set a new single game record with 8 goals. She also became the first player to record 100 career goals and 150 career total points in program history. Potter finished the night adding 6 draw controls and 6 ground balls. Maddie Christie also had a big night with 4 goals and 4 draw controls. Sidney Klinger scored 3 goals and added 1 assist. Chloe Barnett 1 goal, 3 ground balls, 1 forced turnover, and 2 interceptions; and Chaney Cornell with 2 ground balls and 2 forced turnovers led the Miller defense.
The Millers will play host to out of state perennial powerhouse Kentucky Country Day Saturday at noon at Beaver Materials Field.