SCRANTON — When Southern Columbia’s Loren Gehret just barely got a foot on a long beautiful pass in from Peyton Wisloski less than two minutes in to Tuesday’s PIAA Class A first-round game, sending it into the back of the net for the first goal of the night, her assistant coach, Erin Spotts, looked on and saw a version of herself.

Why? Because that goal — the first of Gehret’s three in the contest — broke the three-time state champion program’s record for most goals in a career, a 130-goal mark originally set by Spotts (formerly Snyder) that stood for 21 years.

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