By Dylan Kleintop, Student Reporter
On a beautiful afternoon at Adams Ricci Park, the men’s soccer team kept their winning streak alive with a 5-1 victory against Patrick Henry to improve to 4-0-1. The Knights were determined to jump out to a fast start, and they did just that.
Within the first minute, the Knights got the scoring started through freshman Derrick Miller, on a through ball from Kyle Stauffer. Moments later, Taylor Martin, scored with an assist from Stauffer.
The Knights were not done scoring, as Stauffer found himself on the scoresheet, before Kyle Vargas made it 4-0, with Miller picking up the assist. The Knights went into halftime with a commanding lead.
The second half started with a monumental moment, as junior Treyor Linnane (right) was subbed in as a goalkeeper. This was Linnane’s first game in over a year, after being sidelined with an injury.
The men kept their momentum in the second half, when Martin scored again, this time on a pass from Zach Morrill.
Patrick Henry pushed for a goal, before finding one late in the second half. The game got physical, but the Knights kept their cool, and secured the victory.
The Knights look to continue their winning ways, when they play Williamson Trade at home on Saturday, Sept. 22 at 1 p.m.