Natalie Thompson had no trouble finding motivation for Friday night's game.
"I had a hard time last year against Grovetown," the Greenbrier senior said. "I missed numerous shots."
This time around, the speedy forward had no such trouble.
When asked about Greenbrier's domination thus far, Mekhi Honore put it succinctly.
"We've won every single game, and we haven't conceded any goals," the junior forward said. "We've scored 20 goals in the past two games.
Over the weekend, Georgia Southern pulled off a three-game sweep of the University of Georgia.
UGA came into the series ranked No. 18 in the country, but dropped the first game 4-3, then were shut out 1-0, before losing the finale 4-3 as well.
It's easy to be impressed with C.J. Pearson. The precocious Grovetown middle-schooler is an impressive young man. He's bright, outgoing, likeable and presents himself with the kind of sunny self-confidence that is hard to resist.
When Kiana Robinson moved to Grovetown for her sophomore year, it didn't take long for her to realize that she wasn't in Kansas anymore.
"I remember moving to Kansas and being OK, and then coming here and it's like a whole 'nother world," she said.