Tyler Corbin has 41 goals for Cross Lanes while Brent Prudich, Christian Rohr, Josh Pauley, Jacob Dolan and Matt Cooper have also been instrumental in the Warriors' success this season.
"I think I have the two best strikers at least in single-A and double-A,'' smiled Geis. "We're very much a team. The guys understand that team ball is the way to play.''
Davis said his goal total has even surprised him this year.
"It just kind of happened,'' he said. "It really starts with the defense and goes to the midfield. Tyler Corbin, he's a big part of it, too.
"It if wasn't for him I wouldn't be doing what I do out there. We're both unselfish about the ball. It doesn't matter who scores as long as the ball goes in the back of the net. As long as we win, that's all I really cared about.''
Davis said it was tough at times this year as the marked man for the Warriors, facing double- and triple-teams.
"It's kind of physical,'' he said. "Sometimes [opponents will] bang you up pretty good. Just try to get in your head. You just have to play through it. There's nothing else you can really do. Just try to pass the ball and move, get open and whenever an opportunity arrives, just take it.''
Geis said the next couple of years should be special, too, for the Warriors.
"I think this is kind of a once-in-a-lifetime [team] in the next three or four years,'' said the Cross Lanes coach. "I think next year we'll be better than this year. We started three freshmen and had as many as five freshmen on the field. And a lot of these guys don't play travel ball. The other guys just kind of show up on Aug. 5. We'll give anybody a run for their money in the next several years.''
Reach Tommy R. Atkinson at tatkin...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-4811.