Bridges Prep boys soccer kicked off its regular-season slate by knocking off the defending SCISA 1A state champions Thursday, downing Holy Trinity on the road 5-1.
Both teams found the back of the net towards the end of the first half to draw even, but the Bucs rode a dominant four-goal second half and a brilliant performance from goalkeeper Darick Fisher to pull away from the Mighty Lions.
Sophomore Zaire Nelson led an impressive offensive output, scoring two goals while Clay Sanders, Liam Sanders, and Timothy English each added one. Fisher shut down the Mighty Lions in net in the second half and finished the match with six saves.
Bridges Prep (1-0) travels to John Paul II on March 17.
Holy Trinity (1-2, 1-0) plays at Hilton Head Christian on Tuesday.
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