Being a member of the Camden High track team is not the easiest gig in high school sports.
Record-setting Camden High girls' soccer player India Robinson has been named to the AAA All-State soccer team after having helped the Lady Bulldogs to their third consecutive Region 6-AAA championship this year.
When your substitutes play as much as your starters, it's because of one of two things; either you are very good or, well ... you are struggling.
For some high school basketball players, the season does not begin until the coach opens the door to a warm gym the first day or so in November.
It's not often that a team gets a chance to exhale when competing for a berth in the state championship as compared to trying to secure a slot in the Upper State tournament.
One call. One shot. One changed game.
There were Camden-related fingerprints all over the most prized hardware possessions at Churchill Downs last weekend.
On Saturday, hounds from fox hunts located in North and South Carolina, as well as Virginia, will be kenneled at the Springdale Race Course for the annual Carolina Hounds Show.
Who needs two when nine will do?
As Kyle Ham was about to talk about his signing to play football at Gray Military Academy, his former high school coach, Scott Jones, wanted to add one last comment about his three-year starter at Lugoff-Elgin.
A tear slowly made its way down Lilith Boucher's left cheek as she stood inside the shedrow at her barn on the grounds of the Springdale Race Course Tuesday morning while talking about her friend and former rider, Jorge Torres.
Quickly but surely, they came off the court in rapid succession starting with Jo Jo Tiller, who needed just 33 minutes to put away his first singles opponent from Cane Bay.
On Saturday, May 14, hounds from fox hunts located in North and South Carolina, as well as Virginia, will be kenneled at the Springdale Race Course for the annual Carolina Hounds Show.
While there may not be a horse with Camden connections in Saturday's 137th running of the Kentucky Derby that hardly means there will not be a local presence on the grounds of Churchill Downs this weekend.
As hard as his team worked to score nine runs in the first two innings of Monday's District 1-A elimination game with visiting Williston-Elko, North Central baseball coach Robbie Cash was not about to let the effort go down the drain.
As he was heading home in the wee hours of Friday morning from Thursday's evening's baseball game at Georgetown, Kershaw County American Legion baseball team pitching coach Will Dorton stopped by a gas station to fill his car's tank. While there, Dorton, who still had his Post 17 uniform on, had a local police officer come up to him asking how the team did and who was pitching in that night's third game.
Kershaw County will make its long-awaited American Legion State Tournament debut on Saturday when Post 17 takes on Rock Hill in the third (scheduled for 4:30 p.m.) game at Riley Park in Sumter.
Perched in front of their dugout, members of the Kershaw County American Legion baseball team started leaning as they prepared to rush the field after Bradwin Salmond's diving grab of Mark Allen Nash's liner to right field put the locals on the door step of a long-awaited trip to the state American Legion tournament.
Before they left following Wednesday morning's off-season contioning session, members of the Lugoff-Elgin football team took a knee and listened to their head coach who was in his third full day on the job.
It was a normal day which was about to take an abrupt U-turn.
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