John Reisig put together a record-breaking performance Tuesday as Model rolled past South Laurel.
The senior halfback scored a school-record eight goals and also had an assist in the Patriots’ 10-0 victory Monday in Richmond. Noah Valencia and Rishav Aikat also had goals for Model (4-1).
“He was shooting well,” Model coach Steve Savage said of Reisig. “We were passing well and we were playing decent defense. They have really given us trouble in the past.”
Last season, Model defeated South Laurel, 2-1.
This time, the Patriots were up 6-0 at halftime. The game ended up with 10 minutes left after Reisig scored his final goal.
The previous school record was six goals by Jason Owen in 1998.
Turner Curtis earned his fourth shutout of the year and also had an assist. Andrew Wylie and Valencia had two assists each and Taylor Gentry had an assist.
Model is set to return to action Thursday at home against Pulaski County.
Madison Central 2, East Jessamine 1
The Indians battled back from an early deficit to pick up a road win Tuesday in Nicholasville.
Luke Hall scored with 2:14 left in the second half to lift Madison Central (2-3) to a 2-1 win over East Jessamine.
The Jaguars scored first and took a 1-0 lead into halftime. The Indians pulled even with 20 minutes left in the game.
Sean Livingston was fouled in the box and Daniel Parke converted on the penalty kick.
Hall’s game-winner deflected off an East Jessamine player.
Ben Durham had two saves for Central. Austin McAlister had eight shots, Zach Owsley and Addison McCoy had three shots each, Livingston had two shots and Hall and Evan Roberts had one shot each.
Central will wrap up its season-opening six-game road trip Thursday at Madison Southern.