Jeremy Allsbrook set a new Polk County single-season record for assists as the Wolverines rolled past Madison 6-0 Wednesday in a Western Highlands Conference soccer match at Polk County Middle School.
Allsbrook had two assists in the win, giving him 20 for the season. That tops the former school record of 19 set in 2000 by Tristan Kooistra.
Polk County is now 12-4-1, 8-1-1 in WHC play. Madison dropped to 4-14, 4-7.
Allsbrook also scored a goal in the win. Both of his assists were to Wil Rimer, who scored three goals to lift his season total to 30.
Tom Artmeier opened the scoring in the fifth minute on an assist from Nate Smart before Rimer and Allsbrook teamed for goals in the 10th and 17th minutes. Ewan Pratt tallied shortly before halftime on a feed from Smart to give the Wolverines a 4-0 lead at the break.
Rimer scored again early in the second period and Allsbrook tallied a few moments later to close out the scoring.
Polk County hosts Mountain Heritage on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in its final home game of the regular season. Wolverine seniors will be honored before the match. The Polk County junior varsity will host Christ School at 4:30 p.m., with both games to be played at Polk County Middle School.