Greenwood's Walt Stevens fires a shot Tuesday against Easley.
(MADDY JONES | INDEX-JOURNAL)
Greenwood's Walt Stevens fires a shot Tuesday against Easley. (MADDY JONES | INDEX-JOURNAL)
For a couple of weeks now, the Greenwood High School boys soccer team has been winning games without playing its best soccer.
Wednesday night, it was more of the same for the Eagles.
Greenwood had to rebound from a 2-1 deficit with two late goals, then withstood a wild, disputed finish to take a 3-2 victory against Easley.


"For the last few games, we've won games and shut people out, but we've played poor," Greenwood coach George Sugden said. "We've had four games now where we haven't played to our full potential, and yet they're still winning games.
"(Wednesday's win) was luck for sure," he added, laughing. "But the bottom line is we're still winning games."
Knocking off Easley didn't come without some work, and a lucky break.

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