Pohl connected at 40:31 and Curtis added another score at the 51:54 mark. Hillary Osborne completed the scoring at 63:40.
Kirk said the second goal put the guests away.
"Once we got the second goal soon after the restart, the result was not in doubt," he said. "If we can play this well consistently over the next few games, then we will be in a good position going into district play."
Kirk said his team remains a work in progress.
"Our finishing was better, but still needs a little work, but this team has a good work ethic and a desire to succeed," he said. "I'm pleased with the performance."
The junior varsity team finished runner-up in the Rachel Sutherland Memorial Saturday.
The Lady Cards handed Grant County an 8-0 loss as Lauren Woosley scored three goals and Cora Kerber added two for Clark. Kirstin Logan, Shelby Detring and Megan McClure added one each to pace the Lady Cards' offense.
"We came together as a team an put together a real solid game," Clark junior varsity coach Coke Shukla said. "Our offense and defense both played well."
In a game played Friday, Clark rolled to a 10-0 win over Garrard County. Woosley had a hat trick to lead the team's offensive showing. Kerber added two scores, while Logan, Te'Rehya Lewis, Courtney White, Cathryn Banker and Jessica Caristo each scored for the Lady Cards.
Woodford County won the tournament, followed by Clark, Grant County and Garrard County.
All-Tournament team: Woodford — Becca Garrison, Tonya Cocanougher, Michelle Varner and Rachel Effinger. Clark — Kerber, McClure and Woosley. Grant — Dana Liggett and Alexa Willen. Garrard — Kara Wade. MVP — Hanna Worrell, Woodford County.