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Soccer falls to Harlem 2-1, hosts Johnson Tuesday

With their road to the playoffs now a little more complicated, the SCHS Lady Gamecock soccer team will host the A.R. Johnson Lady Panthers at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
T.W. Josey’s Lady Eagles are scheduled to be here Thursday, April 17, for the final regular season home game.
In between is a crucial trip to Dublin to face the Lady Irish Wednesday. All are region contests.
Now sporting an overall record of 9-5, 6-4 in 3AA, the Red and White lost a chance to clinch a state playoff berth April 2 at Kelly Memorial Stadium with a 2-1 loss to visiting Harlem.
The Lady Bulldogs used a penalty kick with 22:08 remaining in the game to take the comeback victory.
The score was the reverse of the March 13 contest which saw the Lady Gamecocks claim a 2-1 win in Harlem using overtime penalty kicks for the victory.
With no region games on tap this week, standings through the weekend past of the “Big Five” against each other showed East Laurens, who has already clinched the region title, 6-0; Dublin 3-3; SCHS 2-4; Westside 2-4; and Harlem 2-4.
Each of the five has two games remaining against each other.
After head-to-head, the first tiebreaker is goals allowed. That is extremely muddled in head-to-head as SCHS and Westside split matches, each winning 3-0; and SCHS and Westside split, each winning 3-0.
The Red and White lost to Dublin in their first meeting 3-0.
On paper, each school behind East Laurens has a chance to finish from second to out of the playoffs.
Obviously, the presumably safe assumption is that none of the five will lose to Johnson, Laney (which forfeited to SCHS April 3), or Josey.
In a makeup game canceled on the previous Friday, SCHS hosted Harlem April 2.
Things started exceptionally well for the home team as a Dana Kemp goal less than seven minutes into the game put them up 1-0.
The scoring play began with a Lindsey Thomas throw in and a Haleigh Thompson kick to Kemp.
For the better part of 20 minutes of the first half, the Red and White controlled play, but could not score again.
The visitors knotted the game at 1-1 with just 4:05 remaining until intermission.
With only two subs on a better than 80-degree day, the Lady Gamecocks tired and lost the advantage.
By halftime, Harlem outshot SCHS 12-5 with the advantage rising to 24-13 on the day.
Whitney Gay kept her team in the game with six first half saves and a game total of 11, but it was not enough.
A penalty in the box gave HHS the PK at the 22:08 and they converted.