Dove Season, a graduate of Fred and Wilhelmina McEwan's Fenwick Farm in Boykin broke his maiden at first asking by winning a $45,000 maiden race on Sunday at PARX Racing in Bensalem, Penn.
One of the first things which Jessica Mullins did after being named the head volleyball coach at Lugoff-Elgin High School last spring was to meet with her predecessor, Susan Morris, to discuss the returning members of the 2011 Lady Demons.
Camden native and former Camden High standout Vonnie Holliday agreed to and signed a one-year contract to return to the Arizona Cardinals for the 2013 NFL season on Monday.
(Camden, S.C.) sports editor
It is a coach's worst fear; especially one who oversees a young team.
It was a scene which could have been from anywhere in the country or, even, on a sitcom.
What a bad time for the offense to get picked up again.
The Kershaw County Post 17 Senior American Legion baseball team wraps up its first week of play in League IV with two games in three nights.
Athletes will, oftentimes, go to great lengths in order to change their luck during an event and/or a season.
Gone are games which count with League III rivals Sumter, Hartsville, Cheraw and Manning-Santee. In fact, that circuit is now in Kershaw County's rear-view mirror.
When Roger Smoak called his friend and Chapin High boys' head tennis coach, John Rodgers, to congratulate him on the Eagles' third consecutive AAA state championship, the veteran Bulldog boss heard the phrase which would make any coach feel good, at first, before cringing after thinking about it for a while.
The Carolinas Hound Show held on May 12 at the Springdale Race Course, brought together fox hunts from North and South Carolina. Hound breeds, including English, American, Crossbred and Penn-Marydell, were judged on conformation according to breed standards. Camden hound Midnight was judged champion brood bitch.
While the Camden High golf team missed earning a spot in this week's AAA state golf championship held at the Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina University, the two-day event did have a Bulldog presence along the Grand Strand.
Things opened up much differently for Jonathan Sheppard than they finished in Saturday's 71st running of the Iroquois Steeplechase in Nashville.
As he prepared to tack up Cougar at Heart for a mid-Monday morning gallop at the Springdale Race Course, Brian Crowley peered beneath the neck of the 5-year-old mare and pointed a finger across the way to the vacant stall 618 which was occupied by Arcadius.
Bargain basement purchases, horses with Camden ties and an Irish import making its first start over fences on this side of the Atlantic. What more could you ask for in a jump race?
Less than enthralled with Tyler Jordan's first at-bat in Tuesday night's game with visiting Richland Northeast, Camden head baseball coach Denny Beckley had no complaints following his second baseman's second trip to the plate. And after the third, the Bulldog boss was ecstatic.
Officially, Minimambo carried jockey Rosemary Homeister and 120 pounds on her back in Saturday's fifth race, a $16,500 maiden claimer run at Tampa Bay Downs.
Five novice jumpers are expected to take the starter's flag for Saturday's $75,000 Carolina Cup steeplechase race after entries were accepted Monday by the National Steeplechase Association.
An athlete is an athlete is an athlete.
Everything about it reeked of "trap" game. But Camden High baseball coach Denny Beckley would have none of that talk following his team's 3-2 come-from-behind victory over visiting Dreher Friday night.
Given the harsh winter in the Mid-Atlantic region, there was more than a bit of concern as to how many horses would be ready and headed for the Saturday's March 28 running of the $75,000 Carolina Cup steeplechase race in Camden.
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