Tigers trounce Central
Demopolis (9-5, 3-1) picked up a pair of region wins Tuesday when it downed Central-Tuscaloosa 10-0 and 10-1 in a double-header.
The Tigers scored five goals in each half of both games, connecting on 10 of its 11 shot attempts in the first match.
That game saw Jacob Roemen score four goals, getting assists from Kevan Momenpour and Tyler Howerton, Cameron Fendley and Austin Brooks. An eighth-grader, Brooks scored two goals of his own in the contest, getting assists from Mitch McPherson and Osvaldo Ayala.
Howerton scored a goal with a helper from Fendley before adding an unassisted effort later in the game. Jarvis Lawson had an unassisted goal and Gray Scarbrough also connected on a penalty kick in the win.
Game two saw Roemen add another hat trick, netting two unassisted goals and one with an assist from Lawson.
Brooks had his first hat trick of the game, finding two unassisted chances and one off the pass from Roemen.
Fendley scored a goal with an assist from Roemen while Oscar Valdivia scored an unassisted goal.
Scarbrough added two more penalty kicks in the contest to round out Demopolis’ scoring.
The Tigers hit 10 of their 19 shot attempts while allowing Central to take only one shot.
“We took off last week. To come back and play like that, you can’t ask for much more than that,” Demopolis head coach Peter Keen said. “Still some mistakes, but we’re getting there.”
Demopolis returns to action Friday at American Christian.