"Cameron worked hard the whole game," McMann said. "He is a key player for us, and tonight he showed why.
"He had great composure and patience to wait for the ball at the far post and put it in.
"Michael Hopper played another great game in goal, our defense was well organized, our midfield did a super job of distributing the ball and our forwards were very creative with their runs. I'm very pleased with everyone."
Aaron Curtis, who has moved from defense to forward this season, put Boyle on the board in the first half when he scored on a rebound. Later in the first half, Curtis directed a crossing pass to Mason Otter, who headed the ball into the net from near the goalpost.
Marion (1-1, 1-1) got one goal before the first half ended, then tied the game in the second half with a header off a free kick.
Hopper had five saves for Boyle.
Danville 9, Taylor County 1 - At Danville, Alen Karapndzic scored three goals and Chris Bright and Matthew Schulz added two each as Danville (3-1, 2-0) rolled over Taylor (3-1, 1-1).
Taylor had outscored three previous opponents 26-0, but the Cardinals gave up two goals in the first seven minutes, and Danville led 4-1 by the midpoint of the first half.
Danville coach Gary Reynolds said he tried to convince his players that Taylor is a stronger team than last year, but he said they first tried to defend the Cardinals while facing the ball rather than with their backs to the goal until a defensive adjustment changed the course of the game.
"You can't defend somebody that you don't see," Reynolds said. "Once we made that adjustment, we began to defend Taylor County with some authority. (Casey Maupin, Nick Winkler and Eric Tandrian) really allowed nothing to go through the middle once we put that together."
Meanwhile, Reynolds said the Danville offense benefited from through balls sent from the midfield all night by Karapndzic and Jordan Gay.
Michael Ward (fifth minute), Chris Bright (seventh), Karapndzic (15th) and Ross Hempel (19th) scored in the first half for Danville, with Taylor getting its only goal in the middle of that sequence.
Karapndzic scored two unassisted goals in the second half, when the Admirals also got two second-half goals from Schulz and one from Bright, who scored on a header.
Gay and Karapndzic had two assists each, while Ross Snead and Eric Smiley had one each. Danville outshot Taylor 34-2.
Danville 10, Taylor County 1 - At Danville, Jordan Beth Davis scored four times as Danville (3-1, 1-0 29th District) romped over Taylor (1-2).
The Lady Admirals scored three goals in the first half and seven more in the second, and they outshot Taylor 44-4.
"We came off an extremely well played game against Owensboro Catholic, and I wanted to see us come out with the same intensity and soccer intelligence we displayed during that game," Danville coach Michael Lauer said. "We displayed it sporadically in the first half, but in the second half we put Taylor County under tremendous pressure for much of the half. We played with intelligence and pace and accomplished most of the pregame goals I had set for the team."
Tasha Milby scored twice, including once off a penalty kick, and Maddie Meckes scored once in the first half for Danville.
Jordan Beth Davis scored all of her goals in the second half, and the Lady Admirals also got two goals from Jessie Davis and one from McKenzie McAfee.
Kayla Steber and Ashley Howe had two assists; Milby, Jessie Davis, and Rachel Ricker had one each.
"We're still an unfinished product, but we took some definite positive steps offensively toward being a team that will be difficult to contain," Lauer said.
"I thought our midfield played very well, and it was also good to see our forward line working well together tonight."
Danville goalkeeper Taylor Brown had one save.
Mercer County 6, Lincoln County 1 - At Harrodsburg, Alex Prigmore scored five times for Mercer (3-0) as the Titans romped over Lincoln (0-4).
Prigmore scored her first goal in the third minute, then got another in the 25th minute, four minutes after Lincoln tied the game. She scored three times more in the last 15 minutes of the first half.
Samantha McCroskey capped the scoring for Mercer six minutes into the second half.
Maggie Dunbar, Savannah Fox, Caitlin Campbell and Rachel Keller had assists for the Titans.
"We played extremely well tonight," Mercer coach Stacie Herron said. "We had a very unselfish team, and patience and fluid passing were the keys to our win tonight."