Now is not the time to look back, but if he could, Camden head coach Jimmy Neal would love to have about five minutes back from his team's 14-10 loss to Crestwood in a game played three weeks ago.
Who says 13 is an unlucky number?
Sometimes, the best fiery, pre-game pep talks are the ones you save for when they are really needed.
DARLINGTON – Now, the math gets so easy, even a caveman can do it.
Coming back home is supposed to feel better than this.
It must be the blue and gold of Lewisville's uniform which seems to bring out the worst in North Central.
By TOM DIDATO
It is never easy for the Camden Military Academy football team the week after the school's fall break.
With four games left in the conference season and having started conference play with a loss to Carolina Forest last week, tonight would be as good a time as any for Lugoff-Elgin to see if it can find that magic which led them to the Region 6-4A title a season ago.
Twice this season, Camden has endured two-game skids only to win on the third time out.
Gio Ponti tracked down Get Stormy in deep stretch to win his second consecutive $600,000 Shadwell Turf Mile on Saturday afternoon at Keeneland.
CONWAY -- Friday in Conway was no ordinary day at the beach for Lugoff-Elgin.
KELLEYTOWN -- As he was about to head to the practice field on Tuesday afternoon, Camden head coach Jimmy Neal was met by trainer Stephen Murphy, who was a holding a piece of paper which the Bulldog boss did not want to see.
As he watched the film of Great Falls' loss to Andrew Jackson in a game played earlier this season, North Central head football coach Louis Clyburn noticed that Great Falls wide receiver, Xavier Holmes, was dropping pass after pass.
Just when he thought his Friday night could not have gotten away worse, Camden High football coach, Jimmy Neal, was informed of Hartsville's 75-28 blitzing of Lakewood.
Saturday afternoon can't get here soon enough for Will Rice and his Camden Military Academy football team. Only then will the Spartans be able to erase the bad memories from last week's 34-28 loss to the Carolina Wildcats.
It was not going to happen on their watch.
Their offensive numbers may not be as gaudy and they may not have a nationally ranked recruit, but don't think that the Spring Valley squad which will host Lugoff-Elgin tonight is not dangerous.
How long could tonight's North Central at Indian Land football game last? To hear NC head coach Louis Clyburn tell it, fans could return to the cars with the engines still hot from the drive to the contest.
For several weeks, Camden was missing something. And, it perplexed the Bulldogs' coaching staff.
Recovering one onside kick in a game is great. You do it twice and you raise some eyebrows. Getting the hat trick draws the ire of the opposing coach. But when they all happen in the final six minutes of the same game on three successive attempts?
This was not the way she and her Lugoff-Elgin volleyball team would have scripted it, but Jessica Mullins and company still have some unfinished business left in front of themselves in this, the final week of the regular season.
Parris Island can be hell on earth for most United States Marine Corps recruits who are sent there for boot camp as they learn the ropes as to what it takes to be a Marine.
Long snappers are a lot like plumbers. You never realize how much you need one until there is an inch of standing water in your kitchen.
It was business as usual for the football program at Lugoff-Elgin in the early part of the spring and summer.
For almost as long as North Central fans can remember, schools such as Andrew Jackson, Indian Land, Buford and Chesterfield have been the region rivals of the Knights' athletic teams.
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