In its third match with an injury-plagued squad, the Eastside soccer team came away with another win, beating Locust Grove 11-1 Thursday.
Senior captain Trent Taylor scored six goals in a game for the second time this season.
His sixth was the final goal of the match, stopping it on the 10-goal rule.
The game started with purpose and a full out assault by Eastside as it scored in the first 18 seconds.
The opening kickoff was sent down the right side, gathered up and put across the face of goal where Jake Shelton put it away.
After the restart the Eagles quickly won possession back and went right down the field for its second goal as Jacob Alwes blasted one to the bottom corner.
Just a few minutes later, Taylor scored his first of the night. From that point forward Eastside didn't take its foot off the gas. The entire team played aggressively and seemingly won every tackle.
The Eagles dominated throughout, giving up just one goal to prevent their only shutout of the season.
"We manage to have one lapse of concentration every game that costs us," Eastside coach Champ Young said.
Locust Grove didn't threaten the rest of the match as Eastside keeper Andreas Sarmiento had a very quite night in goal.
Eagles seem to be able to score at will as both Shelton and Alwes score again for two each on the evening.
Zach Chambers would add one late in the second half before Taylor's sixth. As the referee blows an early whistle Locust Grove fall prey to the Eagles 11-1.
"That was nice to see us play to our potential, and we'll continue to work hard," Young said.
Eastside faces another team on a multi-game winning streak, in Spalding Thursday.