KAOL coed soccer runs record to 7-0

Kingman Academy’s Cengiz Arik scored two goals in the Tigers’ 12-0 win on Tuesday against Mohave. JC AMBERLYN/Miner

Kingman Academy’s Cengiz Arik scored two goals in the Tigers’ 12-0 win on Tuesday against Mohave. JC AMBERLYN/Miner

KINGMAN - The Kingman Academy of Learning coed soccer team filled up its stat sheet and kept its perfect season intact with a 12-0 win on Tuesday against Mohave at Centennial Park.

Playing its final home game of the year, KAOL was in control from the beginning. The Tigers had an 8-0 lead by halftime and inserted all of their second-string players during some point in the game.

Zack Gilbert, Rocky Vines, Adam Lucier, and Cengiz Arik each had two goals for the Tigers, and Manuel Alberdi, Chris Guerrena, Jordan Monroe and Greg Nowell also scored.

"This was a good warm-up for us," KAOL coach Holly Vines said, alluding to Friday's game with Yuma EOC. "Friday will be a tough game against the second-place team in the conference."

Of the three goals Kingman Academy (7-0) has allowed this year, two came against EOC in the two team's first meeting on March 27, a 3-2 win for the Tigers.