The Los Alamos boys soccer team stayed undefeated with a 3-0 victory over St. Mike's on Wednesday.
The closest thing about the game, however, might have been the score.
Los Alamos outshot St. Mike's 30-5 in the contest and had an 10-0 advantage in corner kicks.
"They battled and played hard, but I always felt like we were in control," Los Alamos head coach Ron Blue said.
Los Alamos was in possession of the ball for the vast majority of the game.
Los Alamos also had no problems getting shots off, but many off them were off target. Seven of its first 11 shots missed high or wide. Out of the four that were on goal, two of them scored.
Eric Burnside created the first opportunity, dribbling past a pair of St. Mike's defenders on the right sideline. Burnside then centered the ball to DC Kim who scored with his left foot in the sixth minute of the game.
Burnside then put Los Alamos up 2-0 in the 17th minute. Levon Wiggins stole the ball deep in St. Mike's territory and passed to Burnside who kicked it off the left post and in.
Four of the 'Toppers last five shots in the half were on goal, but saved.
"We didn't finish well, but they were a difficult team to break down," Blue said. "They had a lot of numbers behind the ball."