How bad were things for Camden on Friday night?
When we last left Camden and Crestwood, the two conference rivals were, basically, going through the motions in the Camden Shrine Club Football Jamboree on Aug. 12.
For the better part of the first month of her team's season, Camden High volleyball coach Paige Wilson was looking for that one signature victory on which her squad could hang its collective hat.
There are "must win" games and there are your "better win this one" contests.
Officially, tonight's game with Andrew Jackson marks homecoming for Camden High School.
Fortunately for the Camden High volleyball team, the Lady Bulldogs had some challenging contests in the first two weeks of the season because things got ugly once Region 6-AAA play began.
The Camden girl's tennis team earned their first victory of the season last Thursday evening as they defeated the visiting Manning, 4-3, in a non-conference match played at the CHS tennis complex.
Led by top six finishes from Davis Goodrich and Clark Joseph, the Camden High boys' cross country team finished second in a six-team meet which was contested at Historic Camden last Thursday afternoon.
FLORENCE -- One would have to go back more than a decade in order to find a more disappointing offensive effort than that turned in by Camden in Thursday's 30-7 loss to West Florence on Thursday night at Memorial Stadium.
Three weeks ago, West Florence head football coach Trey Woodberry was sitting in the catbird's seat. Since then, the West Florence head football coach has seen his quarterback position turn into a game of musical chairs.
Had they been in the business world, Camden's starters would have been paid less than a half-day's wages for their work on Friday night.
When former 4A entry Hartsville dropped down and was placed into Region 6-AAA, Camden High volleyball coach Paige Wilson thought the addition of the Red Foxes to circuit would give her team some decent conference competition for the first time in three seasons.
For the first 43 of the 48 minutes of last week's season-opening 20-16 loss to Spring Valley, Camden looked as if it was ready to put another notch in its belt against a 4A opponent.
COLUMBIA – That fickle beast which is known as week zero grew fangs and came back to bite Camden, whose self-inflicted wounds proved too much to overcome in a 20-16 loss to Spring Valley on Friday night at Harry Parone Stadium.
Just because Camden has played three previous week zero games does not mean that head coach Jimmy Neal has this early season opener thing down pat.
After having played football for his first two years at Camden High School, Xavier White decided to hang up his cleats and dive head first into wrestling following his sophomore season.
Due to the threat of inclement weather on Thursday, the Camden Bulldog Club has moved its winter and spring sports "Meet the Bulldogs" to Monday, March 2 at 6:30 p.m.
Camden High School will host a "5 on 5 at 5:00" basketball marathon to be played on Saturday, Feb. 21 from 5 p.m. inside the school's Gym. School clubs will play on a rotating basis throughout the day.
There is nothing like familir faces to make you feel at home.
D.J. Wilson has always stood out above the crowd. But it was not until the fifth grade when he had a birds-eye view of life.
Camden High School will host a "5 on 5 from 10 to 10" basketball marathon to be played on Saturday, Feb. 21 from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. inside the school's Gym. School clubs will play on a rotating basis throughout the day. The event will conclude with an alumni game at 7 p.m. featuring members of Bulldogs' 2008-09 AAA state championship team.
For most of his young life, Chase Truesdale spent his falls playing football before switching over the basketball in December.
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