George Washington took an early lead and the Patriot defense made it stand in a 2-0 boys soccer win over Nitro Tuesday.For GW (8-3-1), Peter Nelson tallied a goal in the first half with an assist from Daniel Glines while Drew Davis found the net in the second half off a pass from Andrew Wells. Nitro fell to 6-6.SC 3, RIVERSIDE 1: Justin Bumgarner netted a pair of goals as Class AAA No. 9 South Charleston bested Riverside at Trace Fork. Devyn Harris had a single tally for the Black Eagles (6-3). Alex Goode scored the lone goal for the Warriors (3-7).RAVENSWOOD 3, HOOVER 0: Andrew Ely notched a pair of goals as Class AA-A No. 5 Ravenswood blanked host Herbert Hoover. Nathan Carte had the other goal for the Red Devils (8-2-1). James Carmichael only needed to make two saves for Ravenswood, while Brett Strickland stopped eight shots for the Huskies (3-8-1).
GirlsHURRICANE 2, SPRING VALLEY 0: Class AAA No. 2 Hurricane scored in each half as the host Redskins downed Spring Valley. Abby Watson and Brittany Minor each netted a goal for Hurricane (10-0), which outshot the Timberwolves 21-2.CAPITAL 2, WOODROW 0: Michelle Newhouse turned aside six shots, including several diving stabs, to help the visiting AAA No. 17 Cougars snap a three-game losing streak. Lauren Johnson and Katie Crowder netted one goal apiece for Capital (6-5). AAA No. 13 Woodrow Wilson fell to 6-6.POCA 6, SCOTT 2: Harley Hutchins and Marissa Perkins each tallied a pair of goals as Poca earned a road win. Mariah Cook and Madi McGrew added a goal apiece for the Dots (5-5). Kali Scott and Lindsey Cook each had a goal for the Skyhawks.HOOVER 4, POINT 0: Amber Williams recorded a pair of goals as Herbert Hoover earned a road win over Point Pleasant. Melody Strickland and Hannah Schoolcraft added goals for the Huskies (8-4).
Monday's girls gameSISSONVILLE 2, FAIRMONT SENIOR 0: Lydia Murray and Karli Pinker scored one goal apiece and assisted on each other's goal to help visiting Sissonville shut out Fairmont Senior. Brooke Reed made five stops for the AA-A No. 2 Indians (11-2), who haven't allowed a goal in six games. AA-A No. 6 Fairmont Seniors falls to 5-4.