As he watched Dreher go through its pre-match warm-ups on Wednesday, Camden High tennis coach Roger Smoak thought to himself that the visiting Blue Devils were not all too impressive.
Continuing an early-season trend, the Camden High offense remained in high gear with a 16-hit attack which led the way to a 14-0 thumping of host Crestwood on Tuesday night in Columbia.
Camden and Lugoff-Elgin renewed their Kershaw County girls soccer rivalry Thursday night with Camden earning a 6-0 victory over the host Lady Demons.
By all accounts, a young Lakewood squad is not expected to be much of a factor in the Region 6-AAA baseball race.
Camden limited host Brookland-Cayce, the 12th ranked AAA team in the state's pre-season rankings, to just two goals, but that was more than enough as the Bearcats downed CHS, 2-0, in Tuesday's regular season opener.
It was not too long ago that a Camden versus A.C. Flora tennis match meant either team winning by a 4-3 count in a contest, which on more than one occasion had to be completed by traveling to a nearby court which had lights.
Turns out, Camden's orginally scheduled baseball game with Lakewood will be played on Thursday after all.
Due to concerns regarding the possibility of inclement weather on Thursday, Camden High School's scheduled home baseball game for that night against visiting Lakewood has been moved to tonight.
The Camden High and Lugoff-Elgin junior varsity baseball teams played to a 2-2 tie in a contest stopped due to lightning in the fifth inning of last Monday's game.
While on his visit to North Carolina Tech Preparatory Christian Academy (NCTPCA) a few weeks ago, a member of the school's football coaching staff sized up Camden High senior Jerel Robinson. We'll let the 6-foot-2, 310-pound Robinson take it from there.
DogFest: A Celebration of Being a Camden Bulldog, will be held on Saturday, March 19 at Camden High's baseball/softball complex.
This was not how a high school sports career was supposed to end for SaVonn Wingate.
If you are going to lose to a conference rival, it's better to come up short in a game which does not count in the league standings.
There is not enough room to list all the accomplishments and/or "firsts" which the Camden High boys tennis program has recorded in head coach Roger Smoak's first 40 years on the job.
Having taken their lumps against the likes of 4A baseball powers Sumter and Spring Valley in scrimmages, Camden did some dealing of its own on Tuesday.
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.
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