Some high schoolers wait until the last possible moment before deciding where they will spend their college years.
Short in height, but long on heart.
There was no easing into the start of Region 6-AAA play for the Camden girls' basketball team.
Camden, S.C.) sports editor
When they first met some three weeks earlier in Camden, the CHS boys' basketball team saw Newberry rally from a halftime deficit and use a 26-11 third-quarter run to pave the way for a 63-56 victory.
So much for scouting reports.
There was, basically, one path which Camden needed to block in order to come away with a victory over visiting Newberry on Tuesday night.
As he made his way from the gym to the locker room at halftime of Tuesday's game with visiting Newberry, Camden head coach Ron McKie overheard some of his players talking about being worn out.
A pair of right-handed pitchers will figure prominently into the Lugoff-Elgin at Camden basketball game to be played inside the Dog Pound on Friday, Dec. 9.
You only have one chance to make a first impression and Fidel Wise took full advantage of his this past season.
C-I (Camden, S.C.) sports editor
Being a social studies teacher, Stephen Sutusky has a keen appreciation for history.
Led by top 25 finishes from Clark Joseph and Davis Goodrich in last Saturday's AAA Lower State Championship Cross Country meet, Camden qualified for this Saturday's AAA state championship meet.
Two weeks ago, Camden dispatched of Chapin in three straight games in a non-region volleyball match.
ENNETTSVILLE – Walking into his team's locker room at halftime of a 7-7 game with host Marlboro County on Friday night, Camden head coach Jimmy Neal must have thought he was having a déjà vu.
Talking to Brooke Dixon, you get the feeling that no matter what school at which level recruited her or, offered her a chance to play for their program, that she was going to hold out as long as she could for her dream school.
Just like his broken-in glove, Cole Irick found the perfect fit for a college where he can continue both his academic and baseball-playing endeavors.
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