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LR no match for Lady Bulldogs

Posted: March 14, 2013 1:30 p.m.
Updated: March 15, 2013 5:00 a.m.

Scoring six times before intermission, Camden rolled to an 8-0 win over visiting Lower Richland in a Region 4-AAA girl’s soccer match played at Zemp Stadium on Tuesday.
CHS improved to 6-2 overall and 1-1 in Region 4-AAA play heading into tonight’s 7 p.m. match at Dreher in Columbia.
Coach Stephen Sutusky’s club got off to a blazing start as they scored five goals in the opening 14 minutes of the contest. Senior Audrianna Dubose kicked off the scoring, just 1:45 into play, as she took a pass from fellow senior Katie Tiller and raced past the LR defense to place the ball to the right side of the goal. One minute later, junior midfielder Maggie Wehunt made a pass to senior Jazzmine Devlin, who dribbled 10 yards and placed the ball just out of reach of Lower Richland’s goalkeeper to make it a 2-0 lead. The goal was the fourth of the young season for Devlin.
At the nine-minute mark, Tiller and Wehunt would work the ball offensively to Devlin, who provided a pass for Breanna Barnes. Barnes, a sophomore, would then notch her first of two goals. Just 90 seconds later, Tiller took command of the ball on the LR side of the field and dribbled nearly 60 yards through the defense to make it 4-0. It was Tiller’s fourth goal of the year.
Freshman Serena Hayes would score off a crossing pass four minutes later. With a 5-0 lead, CHS junior goalkeeper Jordan Woody was moved to the field and scored her first goal of the season on a pass from freshman Taylor Jordan. 
Leading 6-0 at the break, Barnes scored the first goal of the second half on a pass from Wehunt. Woody would score the eighth and final goal of the contest, just 12 minutes into the second half of play 
“We were able to jump on them early and rest most of our starters and regulars,” Sutusky said after the rout. “Actually, our starters played only about a third of the game, but it was important for us to get some rest."
With tonight’s key region match-up looming, CHS held out starters Kayla Wallace and Owens Morgan with the hopes that each would play against Dreher. “We are battling a few injuries and our girls are playing well without the entire team being available. I hope we are ready for Friday night and, I think we will be,” Sutusky said.
A year ago, Dreher beat CHS in penalty kicks to break a 1-1 tie. That loss is still in the back of the Lady Bulldogs’ minds.
“We had two goals called back in that game last year and, our girls are using that as motivation for the game (tonight),” said Sutusky.

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