The Washington boys soccer team stayed on a roll Sept. 11.

The Washington boys soccer team stayed on a roll Sept. 11.

The Panthers outshot Pekin 8-2 en route to a 3-0 Mid-Illini Conference victory.

Washington elevated its league record to 2-0-1 ahead of a week-four showdown with four-time defending champion Morton.

Panther Mason McCoy had the only scoring in the first half, then produced an insurance tally in the 67th minute.

In between, Riley Woodward found the net right after halftime to increase Washington's edge to 2-0.

Goalkeeper Tyler Martin earned the victory defending the Panther net.

WCHS 5, Limestone 1
The Panthers made it through the first four full weeks of the boys soccer season without a loss.

Washington (9-0-1) toppled the Rockets in a non-conference game Saturday at home.

The Panthers faced four-time defending M-I champion Morton Tuesday in Washington in a colossal matchup with title implications.

Joe Quinn had two second-half goals for Washington. Both scoring plays were assisted by Sean Mayginnes.

The only tally for either side in the first half was by Panther Grant Cotner in the 39th minute.

Aaron Henderson gave the hosts a 3-0 advantage on a feed from Jayme Belsley.

After Limestone got within 3-1, Quinn's second strike restored a three-goal margin.

Colin Anderson stretched it to 5-1 on a Woodward assist in the 64th minute.

Washington keeper Nick Shirk had to defend only three Rocket shots on goal for the positive decision.