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Dogs clamp down on Knights in 35-20 win
Jamari Ferguson
CAMDEN'S JAMARI FERGUSON cuts to the basket during Tuesday's win over Crestwood at the Coach Michael G. Culp Court.
Comfort is knowing that even though your team only scores one fourth quarter basket, you still win a game by double figures.While he will never admit to doing everything but kicking back and sipping on a cup of water during the fourth quarter of his team’s 35-20 win over visiting Crestwood, Camden head basketball coach Ron McKie could not have felt too nervous on the bench Tuesday night at the Coach Michael G. Culp Court. Let’s face it, there was no reason to think that after having scored 18 points in the first 24 minutes of the Region 6-AAA contest that the visiting Knights would explode for, at least, 14 in the final eight minutes to overtake the Bulldogs, who snapped a three-game skid while improving to 2-3 in conference play with the victory. The 35-point total equaled the Dogs’ (8-4, 2-3) high-point output which they reached in three losses suffered a week ago.