FLORENCE -- You do the math. With a offensive line which dwarfed Camden's three-man front, plus two running backs who weigh more than any Bulldog linebacker, guess which direction West Florence went when it had the ball in the Knights' season opener. If you answered, running the football give yourself a cigar … or a pat on the back. Taking advantage of a disparity in size and experience, the Knights rushed for all but 63 ...
When the dust had settled following his team's 51-38 loss to Cheraw in last Saturday afternoon's season opener, Camden head football coach Jimmy Neal said there was plenty to build on.
For the past four seasons, when the Camden High volleyball team convened for pre-season practice, they may as well have spent a half-day designing a conference championship T-shirt. That was how certain it was that the Lady Bulldogs were going to win the Region 6-AAA title.
CHERAW – Final exams are not supposed to be given on the first day of school. That did not stop Cheraw from throwing the book at a young Camden defense in what turned out to be a 51-38 victory for the host Braves in Saturday afternoon's season opener. More times than not, the Bulldogs were with one --- and sometimes, no --- returning starter(s) on defense against a Cheraw offensive scheme which opened in the ...
There have been times when even some of the best teams which Jimmy Neal has coached were so keyed-up that they nearly or, did, lay an egg in the first game of the season.
There are those who look back at last season's opening game --- in which Camden led host Spring Valley, 16-7, with less than five minutes to play only to lose a 20-16 decision --- as the turning point in what spiraled into a 2-8 season. Not since the 1974 campaign had a Bulldog squad won less than three games. Camden's fall from grace was staggering, considering a year earlier, Jimmy Neal's troops went ...
As if having a completely rebuilt defense was not enough of a challenge for the Camden coaching staff, Crestwood compounded that problem and shred the Bulldogs on that side of the football in a 22-0 victory in the final game of Friday's 37th annual Camden Shrine Club Football Jamboree.
The Camden High School boys' and girls' cross-country teams will begin practice for the 2012 season on Wednesday, Aug. 1.
Sometimes, coaches do not know who may or may not be coming out for their team until they stage tryouts for their squad.
All prospective junior varsity and ninth grade football players at Camden High School who would like to play for either of those teams are asked to attend an organizational meeting on Thursday, Aug. 9 starting at 5 p.m. in the Commons Area located inside the CHS gym.
The Camden High School Bulldog Club Membership Drive is in full swing for the 2012-2013 school year. The organization, founded in 1952, provides financial assistance to all athletic programs at the school through the membership drive and various fundraising activities.
AUGUSTA, GA. --- Camden native and Francis Marion University basketball player Evrik Gary was named to the Peach Belt Conference's 21st annual Presidential Honor.
For the 59th consecutive year, student-athletes at Camden High school were honored by The Bulldog Club at the organization's annual awards banquet on May 22.
When Roger Smoak called his friend and Chapin High boys' head tennis coach, John Rodgers, to congratulate him on the Eagles' third consecutive AAA state championship, the veteran Bulldog boss heard the phrase which would make any coach feel good, at first, before cringing after thinking about it for a while.
For the 60th consecutive year, student-athletes at Camden High school were honored by The Bulldog Club at the organization's annual awards banquet on May 21.
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