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Bulldogs whitewash CMA, 5-0

Posted: April 1, 2014 1:20 p.m.
Updated: April 2, 2014 5:00 a.m.

Bryan Jones scored two first half goals and that would be more than enough for the Camden High soccer team and goalkeeper Richard White who shut out Camden Military Academy, 5-0, in a Monday night match played at Zemp Stadium.
Jones scored the first goal of the night in the 11th minutes as he broke through the Spartan defense, took a pass from Roberto Pena and squeezed home a shot just inside the near post for a 1-0 lead. Some 16 minutes later, Jones struck again. This time, Jones received a header from Clark Joseph and headed it in himself past the CMA keeper who had come off his line.
The two-goal lead stood through intermission before the Dogs tacked on three second half goals within a 25-minute span.
After assisting on the second goal, Joseph found the back of the CMA nets in the fourth minute of the second half when teammate Amuari Meza was pulled down in the box and received a penalty kick which Joseph pushed past the keeper. When the referee said said CHS entered the box early, Joseph was forced to kick again with the same result.
Nick Ranges got into the scoring act in the 60th minute when he half-volleyed a shot past the keeper off a pass from Joseph for a 4-0 lead. Nine minutes later, Pena closed the scoring when he headed a throw-in from Ranges.
Second-year CHS head coach Mark Chickering said he was pleased to see so many players contribute to the scoring on this night.
“It was nice to see guys like Bryan Jones, Roberto Pena and Nick Ranges play well,” he said. “They don’t have much experience, but, they are starting to come along. Clark Joseph started off a little slow, but he came alive midway through the first half. When he started leading, the players followed.”
In spite of the one-sided outcome, Chickering said the visitors gave his team all they wanted and more in the first 40 minutes of play.
“We started off very slow,” he said. “CMA was really dictating play and getting some good scoring chances. Luckily, Richard White played really, really well stopping 12 shots. He really made some big saves and kept us in it until we got our heads straight and started playing.”

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