The beat goes on for the Hudson girls soccer team.
The Lady Explorers moved to 5-0 after earning a 2-0 win over Jackson Aug. 30 in Massillon.
It was Hudson head coach Costa Kalorides' 100th career win.
"It's always a great game when we play Jackson," he said. "They are consistently well-coached and competitive.
"We played a good game and were able to come home with a win. Our girls played with a lot of heart and passion and it showed with their performance."
The Lady Explorers scored one goal apiece in each half.
Erin Torrence and Victoria Breeden found the nets. Breeden also had an assist.
Hudson had a 10-6 advantage in shots on goal. Both teams had four corner kicks.
Lady Explorers goalkeeper Sarah L'Hommedieu made 10 saves in the nets.
"While it is difficult to point out specific players, without mentioning everyone after a solid team performance, I felt our two senior captains, Taylor Koscho and Alyssa Pamer, played extremely well," Kalorides said. "Taylor was strong in her tackles defensively and Alyssa's distributions from the middle of the field got everyone involved."
It seemed like everyone contributed in some way for Hudson.
"The defense was once again solid in defending and attacking," Kalorides said. "The midfield was very effective and the forwards created multiple opportunities.
"Every player influenced the game in a positive manner and when that happens, we will always be content with the result."
The Lady Explorers are scheduled to host Northeast Ohio Conference rival Twinsburg Sept. 3 at Hudson Memorial Stadium.
They are set to entertain Wadsworth Sept. 6. Both varsity games are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.