It was easy for the Grain Valley girls soccer team.

It was easy for the Grain Valley girls soccer team.

Cory Henson scored three goals and Kali Carson two to lead the Eagles to a 10-0 Missouri River Valley Conference victory over Holden on Monday.

Sarah Turner, Darby Scharfenkamp, Devan Fairfield, Amy Galloway and Eden Lindenbusch each scored one goal for the Eagles (3-1). The game was stopped after 49 minutes because of the mercy rule. Keeper Chelsey Wilson didn’t have to make a save for the shutout.

“Grain Valley came out very strong early on,” coach Aleana Balistreri said, “This was our first conference game of the year and the girls were pumped from the get-go. Our defense was solid and controlled the game. This win was a big team effort.”

TRUMAN 4, RAYTOWN SOUTH 0: The Truman girls soccer team got its first win of the season against Raytown South on Monday. The Patriots (1-2) were led by Amy Soto who scored two goals and tallied another assist.

Shayla Jochum scored a goal with an assist from Sandra Chiles. Amber Young scored the first goal of the game with an assist from Soto.

“It was good to get our first win of the year,” Truman coach Jared Byrne said. “We came out with a lot of intensity the first 10 minutes and got the first goal. We let off the pressure and struggled to take advantage of our opportunities in the first half. Second half we played much better and created more scoring chances. Amy Soto, Amber Young, and Shayla Jochum played well together and looked to combine with each other. It was important to get the first win and start gaining some confidence for our young group.”

Raytown South fell to 3-2.

SPRINGFIELD KICKAPOO 3, BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 1: McKenna Adams led Kickapoo past visiting Blue Springs South 3-1.

“Kickapoo has a strong team full of juniors and seniors,” coach Todd Findley said of the South season opener on Friday.

“We played with a young squad to gain some valuable experience and just weren’t quite ready to match their work.

“This game will make us better and will teach us how to work better off the ball and compete with a good team. It was a good learning experience in our first outing.”

Lainey Horn assisted on Beth Landon’s goal in the 61st minute for the Jaguars.

The scheduled game Saturday with Ozark was rained out.