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High Score

November 14, 2005

ALBANY - The top-ranked and undefeated Darton women's soccer team opens up play in the Junior College National Championship playoffs Thursday in Phoenix.

While the team will board an airplane for the first time tomorrow, the Darton offense has been flying all season long.

The Lady Cavs have outscored their opponents 135 to 14 this year, and head coach Ken Veilands says the scoring attack is very diversified.

"We've got a lot of good people that can score, and you really can't key on one player."

Freshman Katherine Trim adds, "We're all good players, we don't rely on one person to score the goals, or one person top defend. We're all good."

Freshman forward BreeAna Dove isn't worried about teams trying to keep her off the scoreboard in the playoffs.

"Some people may mark me up, so that leaves a lot of other good players open to score as well."

Coach Veilands says, "We have so many other weapons that can step up for us, and then if they fall off on Bree she's going to take over."

The Lady Cavs will play Anne Arundel Community College out of Maryland in the first round of the four-day tournament.

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