Polk County Middle prepares Monday to take the pitch at Smoky Mountain Middle (photo courtesy Olivia Whiteside)

Reeve Carroll found the net four times Monday as Polk County Middle raced to an 8-0 victory in girls soccer action at Smoky Mountain Middle.

The Wolverines improved to 2-0 with the win.

Molly Justice followed her own four-goal game from last week with two more goals in Monday’s win. Polk also got goals from Kenley Savaia and Arie Parmalee.

“The girls displayed their skill by winning balls out of the air with some headers, Emily Dotson being one of them,” said Polk Middle head coach Jessica Marrow.

“They were able to distribute the ball up the field and played a great game defensively and offensively.”

Polk, which has outscored its first two opponents 17-1, is scheduled to make its home debut on Wednesday, weather permitting, with a 4:30 p.m. match against Canton Middle.

Polk Middle goalkeeper Sofie Abrahamsen recorded her first shutout of the season in Monday’s win (photo courtesy Olivia Whiteside)