Trojan forwards Jose Amador and Jonathan Schwindt both had “hat tricks” with three goals apiece against the Coyotes. Dillon Jansen scored the other goal for the Beeville boys.
One of Schwindt’s kicks came off a corner kick that curved into the goal crease and the back corner of the net without a Coyote getting a hand, head or foot on it.
The Trojans led 4-0 at the halftime intermission and then came back and scored three more times in the second 40 minutes.
Trojan keeper Arturo Martinez finished the night with six saves to preserve the shutout.
“Our soccer team has been playing much better as a team. We have been playing with more chemistry and with each soccer match we are improving to reach our overall goal which is to win a district championship and play deep into the playoffs,” said JHS head coach Gerald Bermea.
“This is easier said than done; however, we are excited about this year and up to the challenge.”
The Trojans will open District 57-4A play on next Friday night at San Antonio Southside.