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Dogs cruise past Westwood
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Westwood threw a scare into Camden before throwing a pitcher whose repertoire did not consist of a constant diet of off-speed offerings.Scoring five times in the bottom of the sixth against the Red Hawks’ reliever, the host Bulldogs pulled away to a 10-1 victory on Tuesday night at American Legion Park.The contest was knotted at 1-1 after the guests matched a first inning Bulldog run with their own in the top of the second. CHS tacked on three runs in the third to take the lead for keeps, then adding another in the fourth before closing the deal in the home half of the sixth.The win gave Denny Beckley’s squad a 2-1 record in Region 4-AAA play and a 5-3 overall ledger.For the Camden offense, seeing more fastballs was a welcome sight in the sixth frame.“We’ve been struggling offensively,” Beckley said of his team which had scored one run in their previous two games coming into Tuesday. “Westwood started a soft-throwing lefty, who had a slow curveball, who gave us some issues with our balance at the plate.