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Chapin hands Bulldog netters first loss, 6-0
BEN GOODRICH AND CAMDEN will travel to meet rival Lugoff-Elgin today in a 4:30 p.m. match.
It is going to take a strong, if not an experienced, team to stop Chapin from winning a fourth consecutive state class AAA tennis championship come May.A young Camden squad found out just how tough the Eagles could be as the Bulldogs returned home from Thursday’s trip to Chapin with a 6-0 loss.The defeat was the first in six outings for Roger Smoak’s troops, who saw their Region 4-AAA record evened at 1-1. Chapin improved to 9-2 overall and 3-0 in 4-AAA play.“It’s going to take a might good team to beat them,” Smoak said as to Chapin’s chances of adding another state championship trophy to its collection.“They have all seniors playing singles, which you hardly ever hear of. They are very mature.