CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- It's a good time to be a member of a soccer team at Sissonville.
The No. 2-ranked Indians girls team are currently undefeated with a 16-0-3 record and have two of the top goal scorers in the area in Madison Jones and Karli Pinkerton.
Meanwhile, the Sissonville boys team is more than pulling its weight, having a solid season as well, and it continued Thursday night when the Indians earned a 4-0 victory over Herbert Hoover at Joe Sawyers Field.
The Sissonville victory improves them to 12-3-2 on the season. The Indians are ranked No. 4 and celebrated Senior Night with a win over their rivals from Falling Rock.
"It's pretty great to be able to come out with a big victory and celebrate with the seniors," Sissonville senior Josh Rawson said. "It's pretty great. Us seven guys have been playing together since as long as I can remember."
Rawson, along with the six other Sissonville seniors were honored at halftime, and before they did, they made sure the Indian faithful had plenty to celebrate.
Sissonville led 2-0 at halftime behind two goals from Rawson, with the first one coming with 21:32 left in the first half and the second wasn't too far behind at 11:51 off an assist from Chase McVey.
Rawson is the Indian's top goal scorer on the season and with his pair of goals against the Huskies Thursday night, the senior now has 18 goals on the season.
"There isn't any 'I' about it," Rawson said. "It wasn't anything I did special. It's all of us together. All of us on the team contributes just as much as anyone else."
Rawson and the rest of the Sissonville boys team are happy to be involved in such a solid soccer program along with the girls.