— Leave it to the player sidelined for the season with a concussion to offer perhaps the most suitable analysis of the Jamestown girls soccer team's 8-0 win Thursday over Warhill. Once the Eagles got going, they really got going, senior defender Setta Brown opined.
Jamestown led 3-0 at halftime before netting fve goals in the next 26 minutes for a mercy-rule victory.
"Once we found our rhythm," Brown said, "we were able to connect with the ball really well."
Jamestown stayed unbeaten in the Bay Rivers District at 4-0 and improved to 6-1 overall. The Eagles are doing it without Brown, a standout performer in central defense last season. Her absence may...