AVON - Haverling scored early and often on its way to a 4-0 victory over Bishop Kearney Saturday in the Section V Class B2 finals for its second title in as many seasons.
The Rams scored 50 seconds into the game when a Thomas Binkowski corner kick found Sam Arnts to give Haverling a 1-0 lead.
"It certainly helps when you score early and take the wind out of their sails," said Hill.
Haverling continued its onslaught with two more goals in the half and added another goal in the second half.
Lorenzo Serafini had two goals for the Rams while Arnts and Teddie Robbins added single goals. Binkowski led Haverling with three assists and Brendan Strong added an assist.
The Haverling defense allowed only nine shots on goal and didn't concede a score to a Bishop Kearney that averaged almost four goals a game in the regular season.
“They had a couple real strong kids up front," Hill said. "Sam Arnts and DJ smith did a great job up front. Defense did a really great job."
Haverling wins a sectional title for the 16th time in program history and head coach Matt Hill captured his eighth as head coach.
The Rams will play the Class B crossover game Tuesday against the winner of the Section V Class B1, either Pal-Mac or Geneva.