The Hannibal boys soccer team is in the habit of breaking school records every time it takes the field.

The Hannibal boys soccer team is in the habit of breaking school records every time it takes the field.

Two more fell Thursday night during a 7-1 win at Warrenton.

Adam Albright netted a hat trick to break the program record for goals in a season. The junior has recorded 41 tallies this campaign, eclipsing the previous best set by Jack Baumann in 2015.

Not to be out-shined by the offensive accolade was senior goalkeeper Gabe Falconer, who picked up his 19th win of the fall to set a new Hannibal single-season mark. 

Cory Allensworth led Hannibal (19-4) with four goals Thursday and now has 39 on the season. 

Allensworth got things started in the 12th minute with an unassisted goal before Albright scored off a Lucas Brown assist for the Pirates' second tally nine minutes later. Allensworth netted his second goal off a feed from Brice Terrill to make it 3-0 in the 29th minute. 

Albright scored the next two goals thanks to helpers from Keaton Bartz and Caleb Ketsenburg before Allensworth capped his first-half hat trick with a score assisted by Colton Brown in the 40th minute to go ahead 6-0.

Warrenton countered for its lone goal of the match in the 62nd minute.

Allensworth capped the scoring with a goal three minutes later.

Hannibal travels to play Marshall Saturday and can secure the North Central Missouri Conference championship outright with a victory.