The Eagles improved to 6-4 this season with the shutout victory, their sixth shutout of the year.
Two Eagles scored three goals each in the Smyrna High School girls soccer team's 7-0 win at Woodbridge Tuesday.
The victory was also Smyrna's sixth shutout this season, as the team improved to 6-4. Every win has been a shutout.
Destiny Zapata and Hannah Osborne scored three goals apiece, and Kendra Mounts added one goal for the Eagles.
Skylar Campanicki had two assists, and adding one each were Parthenamary Fekry, Zapata and Osborne.
The Eagles outshot the Blue Raiders 31-4 and held a 6-2 advantage in corner kicks.
Smyrna goalkeeper Cassidy Cook made three saves.
NEXT GAME: Thursday, May 3 at Caesar Rodney, 6 p.m. The Riders are 9-1 this season.