Combating a much taller opponent in Lugoff-Elgin, you can only imagine what was going through Camden High coach Ron McKie's head when his two tallest players were both tagged with their second personal fouls in the opening five minutes of Saturday's game.
For a coach whose team is already short on numbers, playing three games in the same week is bad enough. When you have two contests coming within 20 hours of each other, the task become even more menacing.
After having opened Saturday's Red Raider Duals at Greenville High School with a loss to Hillcrest, the Lugoff-Elgin wrestling team rebounded to win three straight matches before falling to West-Oak in the third-place match to finish the exhausting day with a 3-2 record.
Due to the threat of inclement weather, all Kershaw County high school athletic events scheduled for the weekend were postponed and, in the instance of the Bearcat Invitational at Rock Hill, cancelled.
It is a phrase which has become so commonplace at college signings that it is almost standard issue when a student-athlete talks about the biggest change they can expect in making the jump from playing high school to college sports.