LINDEN – Danville proved that they were one of the top teams in the Sagamore Conference Monday evening.

They were aggressive in the offensive zone, and did not allow any North penetration on the defensive side on their way to an 11-0 win.

“This game was a 100 percent learning experience.” said Charger head coach Julie Hodges. “We had quite a bit of confidence coming into this game, and this by no means takes away from that.”

Danville (2-0-1, 1-0 SAC) scored their first goal 10 minutes into the game and led 7-0 at the break.

“We were a little shocked at halftime.” Hodges said of the Warriors hot start. “We haven’t had to adjust to that extreme yet, and it was nice to get to halftime and regroup and make some necessary adjustments.”

Danville managed to rack up 23 shots on goal during the game while North Montgomery could muster one. Charger goalie Regina Dodds had 12 saves.

The Chargers (2-1, 0-1 SAC) will not get much time to dwell on this one, as they travel to Greencastle tomorrow to face the Tiger Cubs at 5:30 p.m.

“The great thing about this situation is we get to play tomorrow.” Hodges added. “It’s a whole new game, and we’ll have a whole new mindset, and I expect us to get back to playing our type of soccer.”