Bobby Engram presented Camden High School with a gold football last Friday which the NFL supplies to high school alma maters of players who played in the Super Bowl. The day in Camden commemorated Engram's playing as a member of the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL.
Harrods Creek, a stakes winner on the flat who showed promise over fences in 2014, returns to the races Saturday as the starting highweight in the $30,000 Budweiser Imperial Cup, the featured race of the golden-anniversary running of the Aiken Spring Races.
March 25, 2016|
By DON CLIPPINGER
Special to the C-I (Camden, S.C.)
From the loud ping of the bat making contact with the ball, Sophia Holland's deep fly to center field brought the Lugoff-Elgin crowd to its feet in anticipation that the junior catcher had smacked what looked to be a game-winning home run.
March 22, 2016|
Two things were readily evident following Lugoff-Elgin 10-0 win over visiting rival Camden in a Monday night softball game. First, the Lady Demons do not take kindly to losing. Second, they can rake with the bat.
Facing some of the toughest competition that the Carolinas have to offer, the Lugoff-Elgin softball team finished with a 4-1 record which was good for third place in last weekend's two-day Lady Wildcat Invitational in Lexington.
March 15, 2016|
By Sean Bates
Returning to his classroom after his own bout with the flu-like illness which was making its way through North Central High School, Knights' head baseball coach Robbie Cash was greeted by several of his players who were suffering from similar symptoms on Friday.
March 15, 2016|
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Bobby Engram, the most decorated athlete in Camden High School history, will return to his high school alma mater on Friday, March 18 to present the school with a commemorative gold Super Bowl football.
Each time his pitchers would return the mound, Lugoff-Elgin head coach Randy Stokes went to his pitching coach, Jeremy Ray, to find out where Camden's big sticks in the order were in relation to that inning.
On the same day that Camden senior Darrius Clark signed his National Football Letter of Intent (LOI) with Coffeyville Community College, 32 former Red Ravens were affixing their signatures on LOI's with four-year college programs.