The Greencastle boys' soccer team traveled to Clayton last night to take on Cascade in a key WCC match up. Both teams were 2-1 in conference play, each team having dropped their games to rival Speedway.
The Tiger Cubs easily handled the Cadets, winning 4-0 and improving their overall season record to 12-3. The win assured the Cubs of at least a second place finish in the WCC.
David Cath scored for the Greencastle squad with just a tick over one minute played (38:59), and the Tiger Cubs never let up.
Greg Lilly extended the advantage to 2-0, taking a pass from Cody Watson and beating the Cadet's keeper with 18:45 left on the clock.
Nate Jones added his first goal of the season with 4:30 remaining, assisted by Kyle Parker.
The score was 3-0 at the break.
The Tiger Cubs controlled play again in the second half and were able to substitute freely, with 18 players seeing action.
With 11:49 to play in the match, Watson put Greencastle ahead 4-0, finishing on a crossing pass from Spencer Moore.
The Tiger Cubs out shot the Cadets 22-2 in the match.
Greencastle will be back home at Dee Monnett Field at 5 p.m. Monday to battle with Owen Valley.
This will be the final home match of the season and the seniors will be recognized at halftime.
Greencastle 3 1 -- 4
Cascade 0 0 -- 0
Goals -- Cath, Lilly, Jones, Watson (G).
Assists -- Lilly, Watson, Parker, S. Moore (G).
Next match -- Greencastle (12-3) hosts Owen Valley at 5 p.m. Monday.