BROOKLET - In her varsity debut, freshman Emily Barnard scored four goals to lead Southeast Bulloch to a 10-0 season opening victory over Dodge County in girls soccer Thursday at Fred Shaver Field.
Kera Olsen, Cole Robertson and Kristin Crawford each scored two goals to lead the Yellow Jackets in the dominating win.
Olsen put SEB up 1-0 two minutes into the game on a low shot from just inside the penalty area. Barnard then scored two quick goals to make it 3-0.
Robertson scored her first goal with a strong left-footed shot from just outside the 18-yard box to make it 4-0. Barnard then recorded her third goal and Olsen made it 6-0 at halftime with a goal in the final minute.
Crawford scored her two goals in the second half, finishing off the game with a goal to make it 10-0 with 19 minutes to play.
In the boys game, freshman Evan Heidler scored two goals to lead Southeast Bulloch to a 4-0 victory.
Andrew Kalaani and Ben Sneathen also scored goals to help the Jackets take their season opener.
Heidler put SEB ahead 1-0 with 19:43 to go in the first half when he outraced the Dodge defense to a through ball and sent a low shot past the Dodge keeper.
Leading 1-0 at the half, sophomore Kalaani wasted little time making it 2-0 on a short shot 1:34 into the second half.
About five minutes later, Heidler again outraced the Dodge defense to a through ball and blasted another low shot for his second goal.
Sneathen completed the scoring, finishing a perfect free kick from Andrew Cribbs.
Defender Nathan Pollard preserved SEB goalie Chris Kalaani's shutout, blocking a shot at the goal at the final whistle.
Both the SEB boys and girls play at Effingham County next Friday. The Jackets' next home game is scheduled for Feb. 24.