Moral victories have long since gone the way of the Edsel at Camden Military Academy. In the moments following his team's gut-wrenching 20-18 loss to visiting East Clarendon in Friday's late afternoon game at Spartan Field, CMA head coach Will Rice was in no mood to slap either himself or his players on the back after the hosts fell to 0-2 on the season. The visiting Wolverines used a sack on a two-point conversion pass ...
There was almost a sense of relief in Will Rice's voice as he talked about Camden Military Academy's game with visiting East Clarendon this afternoon at Spartan Field.
Some fans circle this Friday on their calendars. For the coaches, the only circles they have are those around their eyes. The morning after a night which he spent watching films of both his team and rival Camden, Lugoff-Elgin head football coach Scott Jones looked every bit the man who was in need of a nap, if not a solid night's rest. This game will lead a coach to restless evenings. While tonight's meeting ...
It has been more than two decades since MC Hammer was last seen on the record charts. That has not stopped Louis Clyburn from reviving hammer time in Boonetown.
By TOM DIDATO C-I (Camden, S.C.) sports editor Fans attending Friday night's Lugoff-Elgin at Camden football game at Zemp Stadium will have to navigate their way around a portion of Broad Street in downtown Camden which will be closed from, approximately, 5:30 p.m. until past 10 p.m. Due to the LeMons pre-race block party, the ...
People in and around Kershaw County have always known that the Camden vs. Lugoff-Elgin football rivalry was special. Now, the rest of the nation will find out what people here already know.
ere are some of the highlights from horses which were given their start at various barns in and around Camden and which have found success on the race courses both in this country and abroad.
A tale of two halves. That phrase, or cliché, can sometimes be overly used when talking about the game of football. But this time, however, it was never truer on Friday night when Lugoff-Elgin played host to West Florence. Going for their first win in 20 games, the host Demons took a 14-10 halftime lead before the Knights scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to get the eventual win, 31-14. It was a ...
Having held their own in a first half which ended with his team trailing North Central, 20-7, Camden Military Academy head coach Will Rice saw his worst fears realized early in the third quarter.
In a perfect world, Scott Jones and his staff at Lugoff-Elgin High School would be coaching a group of experienced players each year and things would be rolling along like a bike ride down a hill on a warm spring day.
Picture Louis Clyburn as the pit crew chief exhorting his North Central football team to step on the gas and put the hammer down.
Some football coaches dread having of roster filled with new faces to their programs. Not Will Rice. After enduring back-to-back winless campaigns over the past two seasons, the Camden Military Academy head coach is hoping that an influx ofnew blood to the program will bring a new mindset to the team as the Spartans prepare for Friday's night's season opener against nearby North Central in Boonetown. Rice and his staff greeted a more physical and ...
FORT MILL -- Using an aggressive and overwhelmingly strong air attack, Nation Ford handed visiting Lugoff-Elgin its second loss in as many starts this season, 45-14, on Friday night.
Midway through the first set of Thursday's match with rival Camden, Lugoff-Elgin head volleyball coach Jessica Mullins started clearing her bench. And, the Lady Demons never skipped a beat.
KELLEYTOWN --- Not that Hartsville needed any help, but Camden gave the defending AAA state champions plenty of it.
Hammond opened its game at the Camden Military Academy with a 17-0 run and coasted to an 85-22 win over the Spartans in a Saturday matinee played at the White Field House.
Part roller derby. Part bar room brawl.
Sometimes, the less said the better.
After putting in countless hours during what was a wet summer, the Camden High girls' basketball team reaped the rewards of their hard work on a late autumn night when drops of rain fell from the sky.
If you are old enough to remember when a record would skip and play the same part of the song over and over again on a record player, you can probably sympathize with the plight which Camden head coach Ron McKie found himself in on Tuesday.
While it may not have been on the flat track, The Elkstone Group LLC's Bodie Island roared to a 2 ¾-length win a short trip from where he was developed when he jumped his way to victory in the $20,000 Hobkirk Hill Starter Allowance at the Nov. 23 Marion duPont Scott Colonial Cup in Camden.
Camden High offensive tackle Mauric James was selected to play in the 2013 Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl in Myrtle Beach on Saturday, Dec. 14.
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