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Dogs avenge loss to Lancaster
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Placing five players in double figures while scoring 31 fourth quarter points, Camden improved to 2-1 on the season with an 82-78 victory over visiting Lancaster in a Tuesday night boys’ basketball game played inside the Dog Pound.

CHS lost the first meeting to the Bruins, 97-91.

Junior center Tyrone Kelly led the way for Ron McKie Jr.’s troops with 13 points. Senior forward D.J. Wilson and junior forward Tylen Turner added 12 each while junior guards Taylor Kelly and Shamire Jacobs added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Lady Bulldogs fall to 0-3: Losing leading scorer Brooke Dixon to a first quarter injury left the Camden girls short-handed in what turned out to be a 55-35 loss to visiting Lancaster on Tuesday night.

The setback was the third in as many outings for Natalie Jeffcoat’s Lady Bulldogs.

With Dixon injured before she could score a point, Camden was led by 11 points from sophomore Janai Crim. Treana Perry was next with eight points while Ariyan Massey added six for Camden.