Theresa Kloeker\r\nContributing Writer\r\n\r\n\r\nPCHS, 1\r\nElkins, 10\r\n\r\nThe Pocahontas County High School Warrior Boys Soccer team hosted the Elkins Tigers August 28, and despite the final score of 10 to 1, Warrior junior goalie Kyle Cohenour was a key player in the game with 25 saves. Sophomore Dakota Workman had five saves. The lone Warrior goal was scored by senior Trey Rabel off a corner kick from freshman Tony Duncan.\r\n\r\nNicholas County, 0\r\nPCHS, 3\r\n\r\nThe Warriors traveled to Nicolas County September 5 to take on the Grizzlies. The rain and cold did not deter them, and they brought home a 3 to 0 win. Trey Rabel led the Warriors with two goals and junior Hunter Shafer added one. Assists came from senior Matthew Pritt, Tony Duncan and Shafer. Kyle Cohenour had another busy game with 22 saves on goal.\r\n\r\nMidland Trail, 0\r\nPCHS, 8\r\n\r\nThe Warriors headed to Midland Trail for the second away game of the week. The Warriors dominated the field with an impressive 8 to 0 victory. Trey Rabel led the Warriors with three goals. Other players adding to the score were Matthew Pritt, Hunter Shafer, Elijah Robertson, Peyton Coleman and Kolton Alderman. Assists were from Alderman with two, and Pritt, Shafer, Tony Duncan and Jose Corona each with one. \r\n\r\nKyle Cohenour had only nine shots on goal due to the Warriors\u2019 great defensive line.