The ninth-ranked Madison Central boys’ soccer team ran its winning streak to 10 games Tuesday with a 10-0 blanking of visiting North Laurel (2-12) in Richmond.

Central (10-0), which has allowed only three goals all season, ran out to a 7-0 advantage at halftime and never looked back.

“It was good for our seniors (Ryan Blake and Daniel Trost) to go out with their last home game with a win,” Central coach Jeremiah Duerson said. “We got to play everybody quite a bit and our two seniors got to score goals on their big night so it was a successful evening.”

Junior Nick Smith got scoring under way for Central when he netted a crossing pass from Trost at the 35:53 mark of the first half. Central added three goals later in the period in a span of 1:17 when Blake scored off an assist from Clay (28:56), Clay returned the favor by scoring on assist from Blake (28:32) and Gordo Horn scored from long range at the 27:29 mark to make it 4-0 Central.

Other first-half goals for Central came from Jon Newman (12:08), Alex Barrette — off an assist from Nathan Blum (9:38) and Horn on another assist from Blum (:12).

Trost began the second half by putting one in from the right side off an assist from Blake at the 39:04 mark. Scott Whitehouse made it 9-0 with 24:30 remaining with a goal and Jonathan Tate evoked the mercy rule with his goal at the 24:01 mark.

Hayden Short, Matt Haney and Ryan Blake shared goalkeeper duties for the Indians.

Central has outscored its opponents 49-3 this season and has recorded seven shutouts among its 10 victories.

The Indians travel to Pulaski County at 8 p.m. Thursday.

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