BIG RAPIDS \u2014 The Crossroads Charter Academy boys soccer team took care of business by defeating Pine River 5-0 Thursday at home. Ethan Davis notched a hat trick and David Hunt and Josh Scott each added one goal. Cameron Carnes earned the shutout in goal for the Cougars. \u201cWe are in the process of regaining some of our foundational play,\u201d head coach Josh Yurick said. \u201cWe have a lot of guys who think that they can push through on skill alone and forget that it takes everyone to get together. We didn\u2019t get anything in the second half and that\u2019s been haunting me all season long. If we can break that cycle, that would be fantastic. \u201cOverall I think we did pretty well. Everyone got some time out there.\u201d CCA scored all five goals in the first half and was unable to find the back of the net in the second half. \u201cWe\u2019ve got some guys that need to break that mental glass and find the back of the net,\u201d Yurick said. \u201cIf they can do that before the end of the season, that would be fantastic. I think that stopped us tonight. There were guys who had 4-5 shots and were not on target. \u201cAs soon as they\u2019re frustrated, they\u2019re not calm enough to find the back of the net.\u201d Part of the reason CCA couldn\u2019t score was due to the play of Pine River goalkeeper Caleb Bowman, who rebounded after a rough first half to keep the Cougars from scoring in the second half. Bowman finished with 15 saves. \u201cI congratulated him on his performance,\u201d Yurick said. \u201cHe\u2019s a real strong keeper. There were a couple of those five he could\u2019ve cleaned up too. It\u2019s amazing to see a guy with the athleticism to be in a foot race one-on-one with the guy with the ball.\u201d Also for Pine River, Jake Johnson\u00a0had\u00a0nine blocks\u00a0and one\u00a0shot on goal, Tyler Lindquist\u00a0had eight blocks and Omar Aguilar had four shots on goal.