Clarksville was cruising to a 4-1 lead when…

Clarksville High’s boys soccer program used to be among the best in the midstate for more than a decade under former coach Dave Donahue.

Juliet in the Region 5-AAA soccer tournament semifinal was the culmination of that revitalization under third-year coach Jeff Jordan.

Jordan took over the girls soccer program five years ago and in the past three years, he’s won two Class AAA state championships and finished another state runner-up.

Last year his boys soccer program won its first regular season District 10 title in half a decade and this year, his team advances to the region championship for the first time in eight years.

Clarksville’s Ryan Gasaway gets tangled with a teammate during their Region 5-AAA soccer tournament semifinal against Mt.

“All the credit goes to him,” said senior David Jones, whose header midway through the second half gave CHS a 4-1 lead on Mt.

Clarksville’s David Jones (left) tries to work his away around Mt.

Juliet’s Chance Boyce (7) during the first half of their Region 5-AAA soccer tournament semifinal Tuesday at CHS.

Clarksville High’s Ryan Gasaway tries to gain control of the ball against Mt.

Juliet’s Briscoe Massa (10) during the first half of their Region 5-AAA soccer tournament semifinal Tuesday at CHS.