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Crestwood 'pistol' whips Dogs, 22-0
CEDRIC COOK STRETCHES in trying to come up with this catch in Camdens loss to Crestwood on Friday night.
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 final score was about as one-sided as the statistical battle as the Knights rolled up 209 yards on 28 plays --- all on the ground. Camden, meanwhile, used all four of its quarterbacks in a contest in which the Bulldogs ran for 31 yards on 21 carries while throwing for an additional 19 yards in an offensive scheme which was trimmed to a few base plays since members of the coaching staff at Cheraw --- which hosts the Dogs in Friday’s season opener --- were in attendance at Zemp Stadium.As for the Knights, Keith Crolley’s squad has been built around the Wing-T offense in the past. Friday, Crestwood came out in the “pistol” look, a variation of the Single-Wing set.