The South Charleston defense held Capital scoreless in the first 12 minutes of action though the Cougars dominated possession.
Reeves scored the game's first goal, unassisted, in the 13th minute. Two minutes later Pomponio tallied her first goal, with Reeves on the assist. Another 2 minutes passed before sophomore Josie Barnhart scored unassisted.
Pomponio later added two more goals in the final 16 minutes of the first half, as Capital led 5-0 at halftime.
Reeves scored her second goal less than three minutes into the second half and provided the assist to Peyton Leach later in the half on another goal. Leach later added another goal with the assist from Pomponio.
Also in the second half, Morgan King scored a goal and provided the assist to a Hannah Moore goal. Rebecca DiMarco and Amy Glasow each scored unassisted in the second half, too.
As the Capital offense took center stage, Cougars keepers Jenna Bshara and Mikuela Aguero combined for the shutout. The goalies played well in place of Hannah Jack, the team's preseason starter at keeper before she broke her left leg during the third practice of the summer.
Capital will return to action to visit Winfield 12 p.m. Saturday, while South Charleston will play host to Woodrow Wilson at noon Saturday.