Caleb Dunbar had a pair of goals as the Madison Southern boys soccer team picked up a solid road win Saturday.
Elijah Sexton, Tanner Kidwell and Tyler Conley also scored as the Eagles defeated Danville, 5-0.
“We came out and played better than we did the last time out,” Southern coach James Ray said. “I was really pleased.”
Southern (2-0) scored inside the first 10 minutes and took a 3-0 lead into halftime. Led by the strong play of Lukas Gabbard and Corey Wagers on the back line, the Eagles have allowed only one goal in two games this year.
Southern is set to return to action Tuesday at Bourbon County.
Boyle County 1, Central 0
Despite dominating the second half, the Madison Central boys soccer team could not come up with a score and fell 1-0 to Boyle County on the road Saturday.
The first half was all Boyle County, as the Rebels got the game’s only goal of the game despite the efforts of Indians goalkeeper Levi Knutson, who had seven saves in the half.
The damage could have been worse if not for some outstanding steals and blocks by senior Addison McCoy, (four), Tate Renzinbrink (two) and senior Chad Barnes (one).
In the second half, the Indians had several opportunities to score — two corner kicks, three shots, two on goal, by McCoy, and shots by Peyton Netherton, Hunter Jackson and Dylan Dotson — but could not find the net.
Knutson recorded two more saves in the second half, while freshman Sammy Perkins had three steals and Luke Powell and McCoy had two blocks each.
The Central JV team downed Boyle County 5-0 to run its record to 3-0 on the season.
Freshman Zlzin Isufi had two goals, while Jackson Gilbert, Brandon Carney and Jake Reynolds tallied one goal each.
Cameron Young and Reynolds had one assist each for the Indians, while Worthie McGuire and Christian Roberts combined for the shutout.