The women’s soccer team went all offense as they beat the Victor Valley College Rams 7-0.
Forward Kiara Washington led the Brahmas by scoring a hat-trick.
Washington said she is happy for her start to the season.
“Just taking a lot of shots and being focused and being persistent,” Washington said. “The most important thing for me is to stay focused,”
Washington scored the first two goals in the game and midfielder Alexandra Meza gave Pierce a 3-0 lead at the half.
In the second half, Pierce kept going on the attack.
Washington scored to make it 4-0.
Minutes later, defender Natalia Puccio scored a penalty and midfielder Brenda Alas got on the scoresheet as the Brahmas continued their dominance.
Meza wrapped things up to ensure head soccer coach Adolfo Perez got his 296th win.
Meza said she’s proud of the team’s performance.
“Feels great to get a win altogether. Hopefully we can get more assists, goals and help out our teammates,” Meza said.
Perez said he is excited that the team is still undefeated.
“I’m pleased because we are coming together. Our chemistry is improving. I wish I had more subs to play, but overall the commitment is there,” Perez said.
Perez is pleased that they will have a week to prepare for their next game.
“We will have fresh legs and we will be ready to go,” Perez said.
The Lady Brahmas are back in action next Friday at LA Harbor. Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m.