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Dogs look to snap skid at two
GEORGE RANDOLPH ... CHS wide receiver
This is a high-wire act which the Flying Wallendas might not want to touch.With back-to-back losses to Lower Richland and Dreher the past two Friday nights, the Camden football team finds itself tied for fourth place in Region 4-AAA with LR with identical 1-2 records. One spot above them in the conference standings are Dreher and Westwood, both 2-1, which trail a 3-0 Chapin squad which can wrap up the league crown with a win over Dreher.When Camden hits the road to meet Westwood tonight, the Dogs know they can ill afford a loss if they want to keep their playoff hopes alive. On the other hand, a win by the Redhawks will give the second-year program their first post-season berth.While Camden may have to win tonight and then next week’s regular season finale with Chapin to guarantee its first trip to the playoffs since 2010, Bulldog boss Jimmy Neal said his team can ill afford to get caught up in the numbers game and/or doing any scoreboard watching.“I think the most important thing that we can talk to our young men about is Westwood.