MOULTRIE — The Colquitt County girls soccer team got three goals from Lindsey Causey en route to a 4-0 Region 1-AAAAA victory over Coffee High in Douglas on Tuesday.

The victory raises the Lady Packers record to 4-2 overall and 4-1 in the Region 1-AAAAA standings.

The Lady Packers played without injured starters Suzi Hernandez and Lauren Kelshaw, but still had little trouble with the Lady Trojans, who fall to 0-5 in the region.

Anna Hall moved into the stopper position for Hernandez “and she controlled the game for us,” said Lady Packers assistant coach Andy Chapura.

Meagan May opened the scoring with a goal with 14 minutes left in the first half.

Causey got the assist and the next three goals.

She scored with 3:45 left in the first half to put the Lady Packers up 2-0, then added two more goals in the second half.

Causey now has seven goals this season and has scored in five of the six games.

The Colquitt County boys fell 1-0 to Coffee in the second game.

The Packers are now 3-3 overall and 2-3 in the region.

Coffee raised its Region 1-AAAAA record to 2-3.

The Trojans scored the only goal of the game with nine minutes left in the first half.

Packers coach Rob Craft said the goal came on shot from about 25 yards out that just made it inside the post.

“We just didn’t do a good enough job on closing down on him,” Craft said.

Craft said the Packers had a few chances to score, “but not enough, not what we need.

“I’ve got to figure out a way to create things for us up front. We are playing good defense, but we are not generating enough offense.”

Colquitt will play host to Tift County on Friday.

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