The Wilmington High School boys soccer team had six players score goals Tuesday in a 9-0 win over Clinton-Massie in a South Central Ohio League match at Alumni Field.
The win puts the Hurricane at 11-2 overall and 10-0 in the SCOL.
“We’re happy to see the boys reach a level of consistency with the way they play,” WHS coach Imad El-Macharrafie said.
Wilmington honored its seniors at this match.
“We want to thank those guys who have committed their senior season to the Hurricane soccer program,” El-Macharrafie said. “We want to thank the crowd for coming out, too. We hope to have the same atmosphere our last home game against Chillicothe in a few weeks. We also want to send a huge thank you to Kerry Steed and Generations Pizzeria for their contribution to youth soccer night.”
Wilmington needs one more win to clinch at least a share of the SCOL title. Chillicothe has just one league loss, El-Macharrafie said.
Against Clinton-Massie, Jalen Douglas had eight saves in goal for Wilmington to record his sixth shutout of the season.
Sam Spirk led the offensive charge with three goals and two assists. Wyatt Kessler had two goals and two assists.
Alex Plas, Graham Vilvens, Charly Schumacher and Avery Greenlees had one goal each.
Assists went to Seth Gundlach, Greenlees, Fernando Marin, Schumacher and Josh Vaughan.