The Camas High School Girls Varsity soccer team qualified for the WIAA Final Four Tournament for the third consecutive year by defeating Skyline of Sammamish by a score of 4-1 last weekend. They will next compete against Issaquah at Puyallup’s Sparks Stadium in the semi-final on Friday in their drive to defend their state title. This is the third time this team has been down this road.
The girls made it to the state semifinals by averaging 4.2 goals per game, led offensively by junior Maddie Kemp (who’s scored 40 goals this season). Defensively, Perrin Belzer is the team’s defensive anchor, which has been an essential ingredient to the team’s success this season, and throughout Belzer’s high school soccer career.
Camas has only allowed nine goals this entire season. In 2015, Issaquah beat Camas in a shootout following two overtimes. The match was scoreless until the shootout.
This weekend’s state games will be broadcast on www.nfhsnetwork.com
The games begin at 8 pm Friday.
Last Saturday’s Soccer Match
Here are some of the statistics from last weekend’s Skyline match at Doc Harris:
Carla Jooste (Jazzi Paulson)
Maddie Kemp (Paulson)
Kemp (Liz Parker)
Saves in Goal: Falissitie DePasquale 6
Soccer Image Gallery
Photos by Kris Cavin