[cleeng_content id="762787297" description="Read it now!" price="0.49" t="article"]MARTINSBURG — Tristen Reid went on a scoring rampage last Tuesday at Cobourn Field and his Martinsburg teammates helped post a 5-0 shutout over visiting Washington in a boys soccer game.
Reid scored four of Martinsburg’s goals as the Bulldogs improved their overall record to 4-0-0. He has 11 goals in the team’s four games. The loss evened Washington’s record at 1-1-0.
Washington was limited to six shots by the Martinsburg defense. Jason Hill was the goalkeeper for the all-winning Bulldogs in the shutout victory.
On Saturday, Washington traveled to Randolph County and tripped homestanding Elkins, 1-0. The Patriots improved to 2-1-0 overall and the Tigers dropped to 4-2-0 and absorbed only their second loss of the season.
On Monday, the Patriots quickly snapped a scoreless halftime tie and scored three goals in the second half to post a 3-0 win over Berkeley Springs. The shutout win moved Washington’s record to 3-1-0. The Indians went to 3-4-0.
Nathaniel Sanders gave Washington a 1-0 lead after getting a pass from Ben Capriolo. Cole Reistrup scored next to give the Patriots a little breathing room. Zach Stehney’s penalty kick made it 3-0.[/cleeng_content]