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Red-hot Cycs roll to 7th straight win

The only thing that has slowed the roll of the Community Christian School girls soccer team of late has been spring break. The Cyclones returned from that with the same zip as prior to it with a 9-0 home romp against first-year team Heritage Christian of Zebulon on Tuesday.

It was the first mercy-rule outcome for the Cyclones, who improved to 7-2 with their seventh consecutive victory. CCS still sits atop the Mid-Atlantic Christian Athletic Association 2-A South Region at 5-0.

“From previous scores and a scouting report of Heritage, we knew that the outcome of the game could be lopsided, but as our first game back after spring break, I challenged the girls specifically to work on their first touches and playing the ball out of the back in triangles as they advanced up the field,” said CCS head coach Carl Bradshaw. “I also asked them to play unselfish, and the girls worked hard and showed improvement in all of these areas of the game. We ended the game with nine goals and seven of them were assisted.”

Aspen Evans led the charge with three goals and an assist while Ava Dunn supplied a goal and two assists. Olivia Carter scored twice and Barrett Godwin finished with two assists. Abril Ventura and Gracie Beamon each tallied an assist and a goal with Beamon’s score coming on a penalty kick. Haley Brown also scored for CCS, which led 8-0 after 20 minutes.

The Cyclones will host Bethel Christian of Hampton, Virginia, in a MACAA match Monday at 4 p.m.