North Montgomery boy’s soccer head coach Mike Margeson thought that his guys had run into some bad luck the past couple of weeks but his Chargers were able to defeat the winless Sheridan Blackhawks 13-1.

North Montgomery has not won a game since Aug. 23 when they shut out North Putnam 7-0. That was the furthest thing on any of the player’s minds as they sent Tuesday’s match to garbage time early marching into halftime with a 10-1 lead.

“It was nice to break out offensively, I feel like we'd been running into some bad luck the past two weeks.” Margeson said. “Hopefully we can keep this momentum going into Thursday against Lebanon.”

The Chargin’ Chargers did as their namesake says and attempted 25 shots on goal while holding Sheridan to five. Corbin Osbourne led the way with six goals while Kevin Ambriz scored two while recording two assists. Mathew Ireland, Monte Bushman, Jeff Miller, Corwyn and Braydin Hall all scored the other goals for the Chargers. Goalkeeper Logan Slovacek recorded four saves for the Chargers.

Miller and Bushman scored their first career goals in the second half of the game.

I've always known we're capable (of an offensive showcase), it's just been a matter of putting everything together offensively at once.” Margeson said. “We're looking a lot sharper in our offensive third than we did earlier in the season.”

North Montgomery stays home for a 5:30 p.m. match against Lebanon on Thursday.