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Dogs cant climb from a 21-point hole in 42-35 loss
Camden still alive for playoffs, need to beat LR Friday night
Murphy
CAMDEN TAILBACK JERICHO MURPHY runs for some of his 113 yards in Fridays loss to Chapin. The sophomore suited up for and played for the first time this season after being cleared to return by a physician. - photo by Tom Didato/C-I photo
Well-wishers came by to shake Jimmy Neal’s hand to congratulate him on how hard his Camden High football team played following Friday’s 42-35 loss to still-unbeaten and fifth-ranked Chapin in Friday’s game at Zemp Stadium. The Bulldog head coach politely acknowledged all those who took the time to lend their words of encouragement. But the 18-year CHS boss later said a moral victory was not what his team was either looking for or, needing to come away with on this night.