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The Daily Guide - Waynesville, MO
  • Lack of offense drowns WHS in Laker Soccer Invitational

  • The Lady Tigers scattered four goals across three games in Camdenton on Friday and Saturday while giving up 10 to their opponents
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  • CAMDENTON — For the Waynesville Lady Tigers (7-13, 3-4 in Ozark Conference) soccer team it was three games and three Ls in the Laker Invitational in Camdenton on Friday and Saturday.
    Each game featured a starving offense for the most part, as just the first game produced more than one goal.
    Friday's game was against Warrensburg, and was the most productive offensively.
    Waynesville outshot Warrensburg 12-9 (9 on goal to Warrensburg's 8) and had the advantage in corners, 5-1.
    Unfortunately for the Tigers, they fell 4-2.
    Waynesville received both of their goals from junior Camia Blash, one in the 15 minute of the first half to shrink the lead to 2-1 and another 8 minutes into the second half to cut the lead to 3-2. Head Coach Mike Gow said her performance was not at all a surprise.
    "Camia had a typical Camia game,” he said. “Get her the ball and she knows what to do. Two goals on four shots; I just wish she'd shoot more."
    Warrensburg scored the final goal with 23 minutes to go.
    In the first game on Saturday, the Lady Tigers lost 2-1 against Heritage, a school out of Rogers, Arkansas.
    Junior Megan Craven had the only goal in that game almost 8 minutes into the game to take the lead.
    Heritage scored with 22 minutes remaining in the first and 3 minutes in second to take the lead.
    Barstow beat Waynesville 4-1 in the second game on Saturday.
    Senior Liz Sisson scored the only goal with 11 minutes to go in the game. Barstow jumped out early hitting two goals in the first four minutes.
    Up next for the Waynesville Lady Tigers will be West Plains on Tuesday with games starting at 5:00 p.m.

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