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CHS girls soccer team splits with L-E, LR

Posted: May 6, 2014 1:51 p.m.
Updated: May 7, 2014 5:00 a.m.

Camden scored five second half goals en route to a 7-0 win over Lower Richland in a Region 4-AAA girls’ soccer match played at Zemp Stadium on Friday.

Fifteen minutes into the game, CHS senior Kayla Wallace received a pass from freshman Brooke Galdeen and placed the ball into the back of the net to give the hostesses a 1-0 lead. Ten minutes later, senior Owens Morgan sent a pass from the back of the defense to midfielder Shan Woody who made it 2-0 in favor of the Lady Dogs with a header into the goal. 

Senior Savannah Locke kept the Diamond Hornets scoreless in the first half in goal along with the help of defenders Margeaux Laschanzky and Sarah Anne Semple. 

“We played well in the first half, but just couldn’t manage to get the shots to drop.  In the second half, we found a way,” said Lady Bulldog head coach Stephen Sutusky. 

Senior Maggie Wehunt got the scoring started just four minutes into the second half on an assist from senior Jordan Woody.  Less than ten minutes later, Morgan earned a second assist by finding classmate Kayla Wallace for Wallace’s second goal.  Jordan Woody scored her second goal of the night on an assist from Galdeen to make it 5-0.

Camden scored on a second header when Wallace’s corner kick found the head of Locke, who headed the ball to Jordan Woody who finished the goal scoring opportunity to give the Lady Dogs a 6-0 lead.  The final goal of the night came via an assist from defender Sarah Anne Semple, who crossed the ball and found the head of Locke for goal number seven. 

“We were really rolling in the second half and finishing our crosses, connecting on corners, and scoring on headers.  I really thought things were clicking on all cylinders,”

Last Thursday, Camden fell to host Lugoff-Elgin, 1-0, in a match which was as close as the final score.

L-E put 11 shots on goal to Camden’s 11 with the Lady Demons scoring the lone goal of the night just five minutes into the contest.

Camden’s best scoring chance came some two minutes later when Wallace received a pass from Serena Hayes and raced down the right side of the field. With the L-E keeper playing on the ball, Wallace sent a shot to the far post that just missed wide. 

“Breanna Barnes was trailing and nearly got to the ball to put it in the back of the net,” Sutusky said.

Jordan Woody was in the nets for the guests and was flawless after allowing the first Lady Demon goal. "Jordan played one heck of a game in the net for us,” Sutusky said. “She saved us all night and had about three or four A-plus saves; it was just one of her best games ever,”

 “We played pretty good ball and offensively we played about our best game in a while.  We just couldn’t find a goal, but we did move the ball well. Coach (Carl) Spoto has done an excellent job of getting L-E playing well.  Like us, they’ve played a tough region schedule, but they have really risen up and played well against quality opponents every night.”





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