Soccer team blasts EP; Ramadani sets career record

Bryan Veginski

The Washington boys soccer team wrapped up a dynamite boys soccer regular season Oct. 13.

A 7-0 Mid-Illini Conference victory over East Peoria gave the visiting Panthers a 3-0-1 finish in their last four games.

Washington (13-5-2, 7-3-2) wound third in the league, its best finish since 2006.

The 13 regular-season wins is the most for the program since ’00.

It was the second triumph for the Panthers over the Raiders, who still are looking for their first win this fall.

With four goals, Washington senior Toni Ramadani broke the career scoring record of Todd Sluder (’03-06), who had 79.

Ramadani is up to 81 goals entering regional play.