Closing out its home season with a pair of second-place finishes in a meet held at Historic Camden on Wednesday, the Camden High cross country teams can now shift their sights toward the final regular season meet and then, the Region 4-AAA meet in Chapin on Oct. 22.
Racing on a course over which the Region 4-AAA cross country championships will be held Oct. 22, the Camden High cross country teams continued their string of strong finishes in a multi-team meet hosted by Chapin High School last Wednesday.
Sending out a first-time starter at quarterback behind a young and rebuilt offensive line is hardly the recipe for a big offensive night. And, it wasn't for Camden.
What a difference a week or, in this case, a game makes.
Camden High Volleyball will hold its Dig Pink event tonight with Cardinal Newman and Irmo coming to the Dog Pound for a 5 p.m. tri-match.
SUMTER --- You can use your own adjective to describe Camden's 24-0 loss to host Lakewood on Friday night at J. Frank Baker Stadium.
There is nothing like a taste of victory to wash away the sour strench left thanks to a pair of losses.
Decked out in new camouflaged-themed game jerseys in honor of Military Appreciation Night, Camden went old school in its 14-0 win over previously unbeaten Lancaster last Friday night at Zemp Stadium.
This is not the team which Camden head coach Jimmy Neal thought he would see when he agreed to play Lancaster last winter.
Tonight marks Military Appreciation Night, sponsored by the Army National Guard, for the Camden High football team and program.
With the rain --- which caused a one-hour delay --- followed by the heat and humidity, Saturday was hardly the optimal conditions for a cross country race.
After playing visiting East Clarendon to a standoff in a scoreless first quarter, North Central head football coach Louis Clyburn briefly thought of reworking his team's schedule the next time around.
Hartsville unleashed its big red and black threshing machine and put it a nearly identical effort against Camden as it did a year ago.
Like an image seen in a car's rear-view mirror, Camden's view of the back of Brian Rivers' jersey got smaller and smaller with each passing carry.
Running over a challenging course on a hot and muggy Tuesday afternoon, the Camden High girls' cross country team returned home from Great Falls with its first win in the initial meet of the season.
Less than enthralled with Tyler Jordan's first at-bat in Tuesday night's game with visiting Richland Northeast, Camden head baseball coach Denny Beckley had no complaints following his second baseman's second trip to the plate. And after the third, the Bulldog boss was ecstatic.
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