The Sussex Tech Ravens field hockey squad broke a two-game losing streak, defeating rival Sussex Central 11-1 on Thursday afternoon.
The Ravens wasted little time taking over Thursday’s contest, scoring seven first half goals putting the Golden Knights behind big early.
Courtney Tate and Hannah Collins found the back of the net twice in the first half, while Marino, Torrie Huk and Dorian Zimmerman added goals for the Ravens.
The barrage continued in the second half, as four different Ravens tallied goals to help Sussex Tech pull away for good.
Sophomore Brooke Stoeckle scored the lone Golden Knights goal.
The Ravens outshot Sussex Central 29-6; Tech’s Macey Mitchell and Derya Sen combined for seven saves.
The win breaks a two-game losing streak for the Ravens who now stand at 4-2. Tech is back in action on Tuesday when they travel to Seaford (0-6-1).
The Golden Knights have yet to find the win column, falling to 0-6 on the year. Central is back on the field Tuesday hosting the Smyrna Eagles (1-6).