One hundred, as in the number of goals she wanted to score as a member of West York's soccer team.
The senior reached that mark on Saturday in a win and added to it on Wednesday by scoring the first goal of the game in a 3-0 victory against Eastern York.
"When I came in as a freshman, I wanted to reach 100 goals," Kimbrough said. "I'm just happy I've been able to help the team so much by scoring."
After an evenly matched first half, Kimbrough got West York (6-3, 6-1-1 Division II) on the board by coming up the right side and taking a feed from Brittany Jones and beat Golden Knights keeper Cassidy Layman to her right at 37:21 of the second half.
Kimbrough, who scored goals 100 and 101 of her career on Saturday, added No. 102 on Wednesday.
"I played the ball to Brittany and we had a give and go," Kimbrough said. "I beat a defender and beat the goalie low."
Added Bulldogs head coach Sarah Waybright of Kimbrough, "She's definitely at the best (level) I've seen her play the last four years. She's developed so well as a player and a leader for our team."
The Bulldogs added their second goal on Elle Stine's marker at 20:25. The freshman scored off an assist from Alexis Sheffer.
The final West York score came off an Eastern own goal at 14:33.
Eastern (2-7, 1-6-2) had a few golden chances in the first half but couldn't capitalize. One opportunity went wide right and another hit off the left side of the goal post.
"Our year's been like that this year," Eastern head coach Brian Lyle said. "We've been in every single Division II game. They get frustrated when they're not putting the ball in the net. We just don't get the breaks right now."
Lyle and Waybright are in similar positions. Both were assistants last year before getting the head coaching jobs this season.
Lyle took over for Chrissy Crumling and Waybright for Brett Maxwell. Crumling and Maxwell had successful runs with their respective teams and the new head coaches know the standard has been set.
Eastern is also making a transition from Division III -- a division they had won the past three years into Division II.
"I was the assistant head coach, so I was kind of ready (to become a head coach)," Lyle said. "I think the thing I didn't realize was the speed of the game in Division II is so much better. It took us a while to get used to that and adjust."
The Bulldogs are coming off a Division II crown last season.
"Coach Maxwell has left me some big shoes to fill into, just how he has developed the program," Waybright said. "I feel a lot of pressure on myself and the girls. The girls have had so much success the last couple of years, we just want to keep it going."
Layman and Bulldogs keeper Stevie Gross each finished with four saves.
WEST YORK 3, EASTERN 0
Eastern -- 0 0 -- 0
West York -- 0 3 -- 3
Second Half -- 1. WY, Shyanne Kimbrough (Brittany Jones), 37:21; 2. WY, Elle Stine (Alexis Sheffer), 20:25; 3. EY, own goal, 14:33.
Shots On Goal -- EY 7, WY 11.
Corners -- EY 2, WY 4.
Goalies -- Eastern York, Cassidy Layman (4 saves) and Hailey Heistand; West York, Stevie Gross (4 saves).