MEMORIAL FIELD — The Burroughs High boys’ soccer team created enough of its own scoring opportunities in the first half of its match against Fulton Prep.
However, after 33 minutes and 10 shots, the Indians were still without a goal.
Burroughs was finally able to hit paydirt late in the first half, and opened the floodgates with three goals in the second to earn a 4-0 victory Thursday in the first round of pool play in the 16th annual Ralph Brandt Tournament at Memorial Field.
The Indians were paced by junior forward Cameron Collier, who tallied two goals.
“We have some good midfielders who are able to get us the ball,” Collier said. “And we have a good defense that is very fast. That all helps us a lot.”