LOUISVILLE – The Western Hills boys soccer team traveled to the Christian Academy of Louisville Tuesday. The Wolverines played an impressive all-around game and won 6-0.
The Wolverines’ Elma Nfor scored first at 32:03 followed by a Cory Rogers score at 8:53 on a pass from Nfor.
In the second half, Adam Goss broke through the defense to score at 37:11. Rogers scored for the second time on a pass from Nfor at 21:38 and Goss scored again on a put-back from a Nfor kick that was blocked.
WHHS’ final goal was scored by Lalo Juarez at 0:15 on a long punt by sophomore keeper Andrew Bates.
Senior keeper Will Davis made several key saves in the game and Bates also stopped a scoring threat as backup in preserving the shutout.
“I thought the boys played an excellent game tonight,” WHHS coach Daniel Cowan said. “They really looked liked one of the top teams in the state, I thought.”
The Wolverines improved to 8-0-1 on the season. The Wolverines JV team also played a solid game and won the opening contest 3-1.
On Thursday night, the Wolverines host Danville at Sower Soccer Field with the JV playing at 6 and the varsity at 7:30.