The North Montgomery boys’ soccer team wasted little time in putting away North Putnam on Tuesday evening.

The Chargers managed to scored six goals while holding their opponent to none in the first half. The mind-blowing statistic of the match was the shots on goal attempts for each team. North Putnam was only able to squeeze out two shots on goal while North Montgomery racked up 26 shots on goal.

“I thought we played pretty well tonight on both sides of the ball.” Head coach Mike Margeson said. “We talked about stepping up our defense of pressure to create more opportunities offensively and we did a good job of that.”
Connor Osbourne led the way with a hat trick while his teammate Kevin Ambriz scored two goals of his own. Mathew Ireland and Mason Adams scored the Chargers other two goals. 
Ambriz led the team with two assists as well. Jesus Giron, Dawson Odle and Adams each had one assist.
“I like the fact that we've improved in each of our first three games.” Margeson said. “With conference play starting on Thursday vs Frankfort we will need to be at our best—so hopefully the improvement continues.”
North Montgomery is now 1-1 with games against Covington and Benton Central postponed due to weather. The Frankfort match on Aug. 25 is set to begin at 5:30 p.m.