The Lady Wolves soccer team has gone undefeated in all 14 of their games this season.
Their most recent victory came at Habersham Central, where they secured a dominant 8-0 win.
Despite this staggering scoreline, it’s not even the most impressive game the Lady Wolves have played so far.
In fact, Buford girls soccer has necessitated the use of the GHSA mercy rule — which terminates a match when the scoreline reaches 10-0 — on five different occasions this year.
The team has scored a jaw-dropping 108 goals this season with 16 of them coming from top-scoring senior Carley Borgelt. Close behind her with 14 goals apiece are senior Victoria Bahr and sophomore Shea Owings.
On top of that, 12 of their 14 wins have been shutouts, showing just how well-rounded the team as a whole truly is.
“We have several top players,” said head coach Megan Hill. “There are many teams that have one to two stud players. We have a solid team.”
Ten of the team’s 14 straight victories have been against region opponents, meaning the Lady Wolves have more than qualified for the state playoffs, and could certainly be considered favorites for the state championship.
“If we can stay injury free, control our controllables and stick with our style of play, we are hopeful to be in contention for a deep run into the playoffs and into the state championship,” Hill said.
Buford boys and girls soccer teams next play at Dacula on Friday, March 25, starting with the girls team at 5:30 p.m., followed by the boys at 7:30.