It was just another day at the office.
Or, on the soccer pitch, rather.
Michael Geer and Max Young both punched in three goals as Wayne Country Day remained undefeated and cruised past Kerr-Vance Academy, 9-0, in a non-conference match contested on Tuesday afternoon.
From the start of the game, Kerr-Vance Academy struggled to keep up with the high-scoring Chargers.
The Chargers scoring barrage began three minutes into the game.
Thad Moore pushed the ball in front of Anthony Valentine, who then moved inside the box and scored.
Geer scored his first goal of the game just five minutes later. Thomas Gurley passed the ball to Geer, and the junior finished the play by kicking the ball into the net.
Geer completed the hat trick midway through the first half, and the Chargers led 4-0 at halftime.
The Chargers kept up the pressure in the second half, and the Spartans had no answer.
Overall, four different Chargers scored.
Young scored all three of his goals in the second half, while Gurley and Valentine each tallied one goal in the second half.
The Chargers are currently riding a four-game winning streak. Wayne Country Day has outscored its opponents 22-3 this season. However, the three goals were allowed in a 4-3 win against Liberty Christian Academy in September.
The Chargers will look to extend their winning streak to five when they face off against Fayetteville Academy on Wednesday.