Brie Severns has been on a tear for the Blue Springs South girls soccer team.

That trend continued in the first game of the Blue Springs South Invitational against Pembroke Hill as her team earned a 4-1 decision Monday.

Severns, who now has 18 goals on the season, notched a hat trick to pace the Jaguars (8-4), scoring in the 33rd, 53rd and 55th minute to break a 1-1 tie. Morgan Wallace scored South’s other goal in the 18th minute.

“Our possession game continues to improve and is getting us more looks at goal,” South coach Todd Findley said. “I'm proud of how we strive to work on our game and the younger girls are stepping up. Several had some nice shots and Brie Severns took over the middle part of the match with three consecutive goals to seal the victory. Brie's athleticism and shooting power makes her one of the best forwards in the area.”

Jaguar goalkeeper Alaina Werremeyer saved seven of eight shots.

FORT OSAGE 10 SAXONY LUTHERAN 0: The Fort Osage girls soccer team had little trouble winning the Moberly Tournament on Saturday.

The Indians dispatched of Saxony Lutheran of Jackson, Mo., 10-0 in the championship game to improve their record to 9-1.

Aliyah Ayala paced the Fort offense with five goals, tying the school record for goals in a single game held by Beth Bedsworth in 2010. Emma Hogland added two goals and Megan Lyon, Haley Jones and Rachel Newberry each had one.

In the semifinals, the Indians defeated Winfield 4-0. Ayala scored two goals; and Jones and Sophia Smith each had one.

CLINTON 2, VAN HORN 0: The Falcons were short handed in the third-place game of the Belton Tournament against Clinton as they fell Saturday.

Jasmine Williams collected for saves for Van Horn (6-6).