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Dogs eyeing fourth straight win
CHARLIE NASH ... CHS lineman/punter
In the process of applying the brakes on a 10-game skid in conference games with last week’s 34-33 win over A.C. Flora, Camden also found out a little something about itself.After the Falcons closed the gap to its final one-point differential in the final three minutes of play, the Bulldogs preserved the victory by blocking the PAT kick. Then, the guests iced things with a key third down completion which made the clock a non-factor.What he saw from his team in the closing minutes, as well as in the first half when the Dogs trailed, 21-6, made CHS head coach Jimmy Neal a proud and happy man.“Our coaches didn’t panic and our players’ resolve to be successful is pretty neat,” Neal said in looking back to last week’s emotional victory. “Heck, a lot of teams, a lot of kids, would have been really down after giving up a late score like we did on the long pass and then, would not have given an effort on the extra point.