There's domination, and then there's what Helias did to Kirksville on Monday night.
For starters, Helias scored 1:53 into the game. It took Kirksville nearly 19 minutes just to gain possession of the ball on the Lady Crusader side of the field. By that point, Helias had already put four balls in the back of the net.
That pretty much summed things up, as Helias cruised to a 10-0 victory at the 179 Soccer Park.
"To put 10 goals on the board, that's all right," Helias coach Chuck Register said. "You can't always do that, though, but I'm happy to see 10 goals. It was just a barrage of shots."