BUCKHANNON - West Virginia Wesleyan exploded for seven first-half goals Tuesday night, ending the issue early and cruising to a 7-0 victory over Ohio Valley in West Virginia Conference soccer action.
Six different Bobcat players scored in the balanced offensive attack.
Joe Ferraracci got the Bobcats on the board with lightning speed, hitting the net only 30 seconds into the match off a combination from Matthew Brown and Daniel Smee.
Five minutes later, the score was extended to 2-0 when Jordan Haplern scored off a pass from Sam Turner.
Goals came in pairs for the rest of the half. Smee and Halpern scored a minute apart at the 18 and 19 minute marks, while Tyler Marshall and Brown also scored a minute apart at the 32 and 33 minute marks. Adrian Eccles ended the evening's scoring barrage three minutes before intermission with the seventh goal of the match.
Smee ended the evening with three assists to match his goal, while Ferraracci tallied a pair of assists to go with a score.
The potent Bobcat offensive attack outshot the Fighting Scots 13-1 in the contest.
Wesleyan had all 10 of the game's corner kicks.
Bobcat goalkeeper Derek Ayers had one save in producing another shutout. Ohio Valley keeper Darcy Turner had six saves.
Ohio Valley falls to 0-11 with the loss and 0-4 in league play. Wesleyan improves to 9-3 overall and 4-1 in the WVIAC.
Coach Gavin Donaldson's Bobcats will be back in action on Sunday when they visit Shepherd.
It will be Wesleyan's last road game of the regular season.
Shepherd 1, A-B 0
SHEPHERDSTOWN - Abel Setegn's goal lifted Shepherd past Alderson-Broaddus 1-0 Tuesday in West Virginia Conference action.
Matt Robins had 10 keeper saves in goal for the Battlers (3-7).
The Rams held a 24-9 advantage in shots on goal.
Alderson-Broaddus will host Pitt-Johnstown Saturday at 2 p.m. for another conference matchup.
Shepherd will entertain West Virginia Wesleyan on Sunday.