After pacing their team to a third-place finish in Region 4-AAA Camden High School's Katie Tiller and Madison Hudson were named to the all-conference girls' tennis team.
Camden High School junior Clark Joseph and CHS freshman Abigail McLaughlin both qualified for Saturday's AAA state cross country championships to be contested at 9 a.m. at Clemson's Sandhills Research facility in Columbia.
As if they could not have felt any worse after a third round exit from the AAA Upper State volleyball tournament in Pickens on Monday, Camden has salt applied to its wounds when it learned that Region 4-AAA runner-up Chapin knocked off top-ranked Daniel in a match played just up the road.
You don't become aa successful a coach as Paige Wilson is by leaving things to chance.
CHAPIN -- Given the chance to use an escape clause, which was losing starting quarterback Josh Council with three winnable games left in the Region 4-AAA season, Camden head coach Jimmy Neal refused to play with "what if" card.
It would be easy for Camden and head coach Jimmy Neal to look to the heavens and ask, "Why us?"
Led by a second-place finish from Clark Joseph, the Camden High boys' cross country team finished fifth in last week's Region 4-AAA cross country championship held in Chapin.
Getting payback and the top seed for the state playoffs all in the same night: It could not get much better for the Camden High volleyball team.
Who could have blamed Westwood for looking a bit confused as they took the field for the final play of the game on Friday.
This is one game ball which Camden head coach Jimmy Neal wants the referee to return to him after the final horn sounds.
For the second time this season the Camden High girls' tennis team defeated first year school, Westwood, by a score of 6-0.
Last week, the Camden High girls' tennis team dismantled Region 4-AAA foes Lower Richland and Dreher, while dropping a non-conference match to West Florence.
It seemed as if every time Ross Hough looked out over center, all he saw was a vast expanse of green grass.
It will be homecoming at Camden High tonight, but the football game will give the Bulldog faithful a look into the future.
Chalk it up to the wooden bats. Better yet, give the credit to the two pitchers.
So much for a "ho-hum" victory over Westwood.
Of all his team's losses this season, Camden High tennis coach Roger Smoak said this one stung the most.
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