The Camden Bulldog Club continues its efforts to support the athletic programs of the school throughout the school year.
As he took his official visit to Miami University in Oxford, Ohio last weekend, Alvonta` Jenkins got a good look at the campus, met with members of the school's football coaching staff, took in a basketball game and toured the town.
If the Camden High boys basketball team is to continue its stretch of playing in the AAA state playoffs, it has plenty of work to do and just four regular season games left in which to do it.
Comfort is knowing that even though your team only scores one fourth quarter basket, you still win a game by double figures.
Here's a simple math equation.
On a night in which Camden High would rename the basketball court in memory of its former girls basketball coach Mike Culp, the current edition of the Lady Bulldogs looked like one of Culp's versions of the Runnin' Rockettes in Friday's 61-47 loss to visiting Marlboro County.
Fittingly, the one shot which Camden hit from beyond the 3-point arc on Friday night on the Coach Michael G. Culp Court was waved off due to a traveling violation.
The Camden wrestling team opened Region 6-AAA competition by splitting a pair of matches Wednesday night in Darlington.
Camden High School and the CHS athletic department will celebrate the life and career of its former girls basketball coach, Mike Culp, when the school names its basketball court inside the CHS gym after Culp during next Friday night's (Jan. 21) home game with Marlboro County.
Led by three players in double figures, the Camden girls basketball team gave Natalie Jeffcoat her first win in her second go-'round as the program's head coach in blitzing visiting McBee, 68-18, Wednesday night inside the Dog Pound.
Camden High School sophomore Katie Tiller was named as the 2010 Region 6-AAA girls' tennis player of the year after completing an undefeated season for the Lady Bulldogs.
It stood out like an elephant in a dog show.
The Camden High wrestling team scored their first win of the season on Wednesday in Columbia by thumping Keenan, 48-12.
Sometimes, Plan B works out fine. And, for the Camden Middle School football team, Plan C was no slouch, either.
Camden High School sophomore Maggie Speaks was named as the Region 6-AAA volleyball player of the year after voting conducted by the conference's six head coaches.
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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