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Crestwood is no match for CHS girls

Posted: March 13, 2012 2:14 p.m.
Updated: March 14, 2012 5:00 a.m.

So far, Region 6-AAA play has been a walk in the park for the Camden High girls’ soccer team.
After having opened league action with a 13-0 win over Darlington, the Lady Bulldogs crushed visiting Crestwood, 12-0, in a Friday night match played at Zemp Stadium.
The win gave Stephen Sutusky’s charges a 3-1 overall record and 2-0 in 6-AAA action.
CHS came out firing against Lakewood in jumping out to a 7-0 lead at the break. Junior forward Jazzmine Devlin set the pace early with her second hat trick in as many games. 
Twelve minutes into the contest Ginny Smith lofted a pass some 30 yards to senior Maddie Phillips, who would volley the ball and pass it to Devlin for the game’s first goal.  “Ginny played as good of a game as she’s played in a Camden uniform,” Sutusky said of Smith’s effort. “If we get her playing like that every night we will be just fine all season long.”
Just three minutes later, Smith scored from 28 yards away on a free kick which deflected off a Knight defender. Devlin would then score a pair of goals, both on assists from classmate Audriana Dubose.
“When Jazz and Dree (Dubose) are connecting and getting good touches, our offense gets even more lethal,” said Sutusky. 
With ten minutes left in the half, midfielder Owens Morgan placed a ball between the post and keeper after receiving a pass from fellow midfielder Maggie Wehunt. Dubose would then notch a goal as would Phillips.  Phillips, starting for the first time, made the most of her opportunity with a goal and assist.
Sophomore Jordan Woody played keeper in the first half and earned the 15th shutout in her varsity career. Classmate Savannah Locke manned the goal in the second half, recording three saves. Dubose and Morgan started the second half scoring with Dubose getting an assist from Devlin while Morgan scored on a penalty kick that followed a Crestwood handball. Smith earned her fourth assist of the year on a pass to Wehunt, with Wehunt dribbling through the defense and firing a shot past a diving goalkeeper. 
With less than five minutes to go freshman Breanna Barnes received a pass from Morgan and sent a shot to the far side of the goal for her third goal of the season.  Kayla Wallace would end the scoring as she received the ball and did most the work herself dribbling 30 yards and beating the keeper to the corner. 
“Right now our offense is clicking, but we must get better,” Sutusky said. “We are playing well together and moving the ball well, but we can’t be content with this early success.” 
Camden will play host to Hartsville Friday in a 6 p.m. game which pits the top two teams in conference play.


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