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Park View keeper Marctavious Holmes is perfectly positioned for a save during the Dragons shutout victory over Windsor High School Monday at PVHS. / May 16, 2018

Park View head coach Trudy Gentry has her Dragons soccer squad primed to make a run at the Tri-Rivers District championship and to make some serious noise in the regional playoffs as well. The 15-0 Dragons had a pretty easy time of it on the pitch at PVHS Monday evening and keeper Marctavious Holmes got another shutout as PV sent Windsor home with a 6-0 loss.

PV got goals from freshman forward Justin Zincone at the 6th minute, junior midfielder Jaydon Turner at the 12th minute, senior forward Luke Wilson at the 21st minute and Elias Fadool at the 25th minute in the first half to take a commanding 4-0 lead at the half. The second half saw junior Aaron Reamey add a goal at the 5th minute and sophomore Chance Melton closed out the scoring with a goal in the 9th minute.

The Dragon defense was strong as well and keeper Marctavious Holmes stuffed all three scoring chances that the Dukes got.

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