DAYTON, Tenn. – The Cumberland Valley Christian Blazers wrapped up the National Association of Christian Athletes (NACA) Division 3 boys soccer championship by pummeling Forest Lake (Minnesota) 13-2 in the finals Friday afternoon.
Kenneth Hott wrapped up his stellar CVCS career by scoring eight goals and distributing four assists. Hott finished the season with 39 goals and 19 assists, having cracked the 100-goal and 100-assist barriers earlier in the season.
The Blazers, who had beaten Kings Academy of Emporia, Kansas, in the semifinals, left little doubt in this game, rolling to a 6-2 halftime advantage.
Elijah Randolph and Mario Wiesman each added a pair of goals, and Seth Bumbaugh directed in the final goal.
Besides Hott, picking up assists were Randolph with three, Ryan Winters with two, and Wiesman, Blaine Minnier, JunHyeon Seo and Josh Rowe with one apiece.
Goalkeeper Jack Gabler was called on to make only two saves. The Blazers led 7-1 in corner kicks.
The Mason-Dixon Christian Conference champion Blazers finished with a 17-7-2 record.