Beaufort High blanked familiar rival Battery Creek 4-0 in a boys’ high school soccer game last Thursday. The victory over Battery Creek allowed productive Beaufort High to notch its fifth win in the 2016 season. With the win, Beaufort High improved to 5-5-1.
Braden Wilson led Beaufort High with two goals. Wilson allowed Beaufort High to claim an advantage against the Battery Creek squad. Joining Wilson in the Beaufort High scoring column, Noah Kimbrell and Will Trumps added one goal apiece for the Eagles. Beaufort High turned in a dominant defensive performance as experienced goalkeeper Brooks Wilson and several of his teammates kept Battery Creek from scoring throughout the game.
Battery Creek faced a deficit early in the match as Beaufort High produced offensively. The balanced Eagles used a stellar defensive effort to keep Battery Creek playing from behind throughout the contest.