You only have one chance to make a first impression and Fidel Wise took full advantage of his this past season.
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.
C-I (Camden, S.C.) sports editor
Being a social studies teacher, Stephen Sutusky has a keen appreciation for history.
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.
They are the four numbers which longtime Camden football fans dread hearing: 126.96.36.199.
All that's left on the table, now, is pride.
Camden's boys tuned up for Thursday's Region 6-AAA cross country championships by running off with last week's three-team meet hosted by Lancaster High School.
Now is not the time to look back, but if he could, Camden head coach Jimmy Neal would love to have about five minutes back from his team's 14-10 loss to Crestwood in a game played three weeks ago.
DARLINGTON – Now, the math gets so easy, even a caveman can do it.
Twice this season, Camden has endured two-game skids only to win on the third time out.
Throughout the month of October, the Camden High School volleyball team is participating in the "Dig Pink" National Breast Cancer Awareness Rally. They are promoting breast health education in the community as well as raising funds to help eradicate Breast Cancer.
The Camden High girls' tennis team picked up their second out-of-region victory last Thursday at Manning in convincing fashion, 5-1.
KELLEYTOWN -- As he was about to head to the practice field on Tuesday afternoon, Camden head coach Jimmy Neal was met by trainer Stephen Murphy, who was a holding a piece of paper which the Bulldog boss did not want to see.
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.
First-year schools and their athletic teams are not supposed to be this good.
Pitching on just four days' rest is not common in high school baseball. But recently, Camden's Grey Hoke has been anything but ordinary.
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