An uncatchable fourth down pass landed harmlessly on the Camden sidelines with a little more than four minutes left in Friday's 25-20 loss to visiting Chapin, with the bouncing ball went the host Bulldogs' AAA playoff chances.
His players huddled around him following last week's loss to Westwood, Camden head coach Jimmy Neal told his Bulldogs that their playoff chances were probably done and the game with Chapin would, more than likely, be for pride and, for the seniors.
After having closed out regular season play with a 4-2 win over Lower Richland last Thursday afternoon, the Camden High girls' tennis team will head to Clinton for Tuesday's AAA Upper State tournament first round match which starts at 4 p.m.
Led by a 20th place finish from senior Jordan Wood, the Camden High girls' cross country team finished fifth in last Wednesday's Region 4-AAA championship held at Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site.
BLYTHEWOOD – It was as if Westwood stole the sheet music which Camden was playing off of in the first half, leaving the Bulldogs out of tune in the second 24 minutes of Friday's Region 4-AAA pairing at Richland District 2 Stadium.
Waiting more than two hours due to a scheduling snafu and then, having to deal with a rowdy River Bluff student section which lined the court, Camden overcame that set of circumstances to leave Lexington County with a 3-2 win last Tuesday in a Region 4-AAA volleyball match.