Yet another Waynesville and Camdenton girls soccer match comes down to the wire

CAMDENTON — For the third year in a row, a Waynesville (5-5, 3-2 in Ozark Conference) vs. Camdenton (7-2-1, 2-1) girls soccer game was decided by one point.

On Tuesday the Lady Tigers fell to the Lady Lakers 3-2 in a game that went down to an overtime shootout.

“This was a classic Tigers-Lakers match,” Waynesville coach Mike Gow said. “The past three years have seen our games decided by one goal. It was an exciting game. I'm sure the parents enjoyed the intensity in which their daughters played.”

Waynesville junior Camia Blash and Camdenton senior Whitney Snow stole the show in regulation.

Blash scored goals at the 24 minute mark and six minutes into the second half.

Snow answered after each of those goals. One at the 29 minute mark and the other with 13 minutes left in regulation.

Waynesville goalkeeper D'Anna Hasik made a save with three minutes to go to force the game into overtime. She saved six out of the nine shots that were on her goal Tuesday.

The Lakers made their winning goal on the second kick of the shootout. The Tigers missed both and fell 3-2 to Camdenton.

Waynesville will be at home on Friday and Saturday, playing Hazelwood Central and Hazelwood West on those days.