The heat is on.
Even though it is still August, the 90-degree temperatures weren't the only thing that was causing sweat.
The Broadfording Christian boys soccer team turned up the heat on Tuesday when it opened its season with a convincing 10-1 win over Calvary Christian in a Mason Dixon Christian Conference game.
"I think it was a strong first showing," Broadfording assistant coach Jeff Brown said. "I think that we have a lot of talent on the team, because we have a bunch of dedicated guys that practice a lot outside of the regular team practices. They have a lot of experience."
Brown was filling in for Broadfording coach David Grimm, who was out of town.
The Lions dominated from the start with a 20-4 shooting edge over the Eagles.
Sophomore Michael Torres scored both of his goals in the first half to help Broadfording build a 5-0 halftime lead.