"She's a fantastic player and she is one of many that we have, but she is definitely hard to handle and there is no other way of describing her," Danville coach Michael Lauer said.
"I told the girls before this game that Somerset is one of our rivalry games and I told them not to come into this game with any expectations. In the past we have done that and have come up on the short end of the stick.
"Our team has been clicking on all cylinders. We played in the Fayette County Soccer Spectacular last week against some good competition and I know this is only Somerset's second game. I know Somerset will get better and if we were to play them again it is not going to be the same game."
32-5 shooting by the Ads
For the game, Danville outshot Somerset 32-5 with Somerset freshman keeper Kelby Cowan collecting 14 saves in the Admirals' constant attack on goal. The game was actually stopped two minutes before regulation due to the 10-goal mercy rule.
"Year after year Danville comes up with a good team and there is nothing bad you can say about their program," Somerset coach Steve Watkins said. "They are an organized team, they all know exactly what their job is and they did it.
"With a young group like ours, it is hard to defend against a team like Danville. This is only our second game and we meet up with a top team like Danville and this will be a learning experience for us."
What few attempts Somerset had at goal came from Megan Moore - a six-yard cross blocked by Danville keeper Emily Jacobsen and a 25-yard lob shot that was caught by Jacobsen -and Whitney Wallace, who sailed a 20-yard free kick just over the top cross bar.
Danville's Lindsey Walton had a hat trick of her own with a 15-yarder off a Steber assist, a header at goal off a Rachel Ricker corner kick and a score at goal off a crossing assist by Rachel . Maddie Meckes scored Danville's other goal off a 22-yard free kick.
Danville (3-1) will advance to the All "A" semi-state match.