St. Clair reached a season-long goal Monday on the soccer field.

The Lady Bulldogs (6-12-1, 2-4) recorded a 4-2 home Four Rivers Conference win Monday over St. James.

The six wins is the most for the St. Clair girls soccer program in a single season.

“The girls were real excited about getting our sixth win, which is the most our girls program has had. It’s been a goal since the beginning of the season to get to this number,” said St. Clair Head Coach Ted Koenigsfeld. “Now that we’ve done it, I still feel like the girls have some fuel left in the tank.”

St. Clair started the game fast, jumping to a 3-1 advantage at halftime.

“The girls came ready to play. We’ve struggled at times with first-half lulls, which usually puts us behind and makes it tough to come back,” Koenigsfeld said. “We really stressed starting the game fast and the girls responded well. We started the game playing strong and it snowballed from there.”

Heather Pendegraft had a hand on all four of the Lady Bulldogs’ goals, finishing the contest with one goal and three assists.

Sandra Abboud added one goal and one assist.

Bree Anderson and Tori Martin both netted one goal.

Sam Deason played the entire game in goal for St. Clair.

“Danni Krouper played an excellent game at sweeper. Nicole Nardi and Bree Anderson both played very well,” Koenigsfeld said. “Sandra Abboud came off the bench and had a breakthrough game. It was a total team effort. I was pleased from front to back.”