The A-D-M boys’ soccer team picked up their 13th win of the season Tuesday night in a conference battle on the road with the Boone Toreadors.


In what was a goal dominated game for the Tigers, A-D-M came out with nine goals scored while T.J Klocke successfully came back to shut out the Toreadors.


The Tigers didn’t wait very long to get their offense going courtesy of Dakota Kahler who drove in one of his two goals on the night just 35 seconds into the game. Davis Barton had a night to remember picking up four goals in the contest which started with a successful penalty kick within the first two minutes of play.


It took ten more minutes for the Tigers to strike again as Barton picked up his first of three assists on the night passing the ball to Eli Schqarzkopf for his 12th goal of the season. That gave the Tigers an early 3-0 lead which was then increased to a 4-0 lead with 15 minutes left in the first half. Barton set up the fourth goal with a pass to Dakota Kahler for his second goal on the night. That set up the Tigers with a 4-0 lead entering the halftime break.


The next forty minutes was similar to the first as the Tigers dominated ball possession and created multiple scoring opportunities. The first scoring opportunity of the second half for A-D-M game came within the first two minutes after Davis Barton rebounded an Ethan Meyer miss to score goal number five.


Five minutes later Braidon Lee issued a nice cross to Davis Barton who connected on his third goal of the contest and the sixth overall goal of the game. Josh Pike picked up his fourth goal of the year with a nice header while Davis Barton picked up his fourth goal of the game on a cross from Davis Coppinger for goal number eight for the Tigers.


The scoring parade concluded with Zach Madden finding Justin Schumacher for goal number nine on the night.


The seventh ranked Tigers are now 13-3 overall with the win and finished conference play with at an unblemished 7-0 mark. That unbeaten conference record gives the Tiger boys’ the 2018 Raccoon River Conference crown.


The next event on the docket for the Tigers will be the regular season finale on Thursday, May 17. The Tigers will be at home for their regular season finale which will begin at 7 p.m