Jimmy Neal is not a big believer in a team which has one full game under its belt having the advantage over one which is making its season debut.
Having been on Cheraw's side of the field so often in the first half that the Camden offense could have claimed squatters' rights, the Bulldogs had only a 7-0 lead to show for it at halftime of Friday's season opener at Zemp Stadium.
One of the perks in playing a week zero game is that sometime during the season, your team gets a week off to heal up and coaches can work out any kinks. One of the pratfalls of an early opener is the lack of information on your opponent.
Redemption, thy name is the 2013 edition of the Camden Bulldogs' football team.
All players interested in playing on either the Camden High School junior varsity and/or ninth grade football teams are asked to attend a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 13 at 5:30 p.m. inside the commons area which adjoins the school's gymnasium.
Camden High School is adding girls' golf to its roster of athletic programs beginning this fall.
The Camden High School Bulldog Club Membership Drive is in full swing for the 2013-14 school year.
As a seventh-grade member of the Camden High softball program, Allison Hill probably found herself taking a peak at the adjoining field and wondering "what if?"
For the 60th consecutive year, student-athletes at Camden High school were honored by The Bulldog Club at the organization's annual awards banquet on May 21.
Usually, the fruits of summer start out as seedlings in the spring.
There was hardly a word said as to last fall's 2-8 campaign before, during or after Camden's spring football practice for the 2013 season.
Crystal Johnson, a 2003 graduate of Camden High, who was a volleyball and basketball standout for the Lady Bulldogs during her high school career, will be the guest speaker at the Camden High School Athletic Banquet to be held on Tuesday, May 21, in the school gymnasium.
The Camden High School Athletic Banquet will be held on Tuesday, May 21, in the school gymnasium.
A short night, a short morning at school and a trip to Greenville for AAA District 3 elimination game made up a whirlwind Wednesday for the Camden High baseball team.
As if to prove that Tuesday's no-hitter which she threw against Travelers Rest was not a fluke, Walhalla's Taylor Crawford threw another one against Camden, one day later.
Chalk it up to the wooden bats. Better yet, give the credit to the two pitchers.
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