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Dogs need to avoid letdown against visiting Lakewood
Marcus Williams
MARCUS WILLIAMS ... CHS linebacker
As expected, Monday was not the best of practices at Camden, which was coming off its first win of the season, a 46-35 victory over rival Lugoff-Elgin.Fortunately for Jimmy Neal’s charges, things picked up in the days leading up to tonight’s game with visiting Lakewood, the final tune-up before next Friday’s Region 4-AAA opener with A.C. Flora.“Monday wasn’t a great day, but it wasn’t a bad day, either,” Neal said. “We had a case of the Monday ‘blahs.’ Being around school and talking about the game, their mind was on the wrong business. After that, we did a good job of focusing.”The win last Friday put an end to an eight-game skid for the Bulldogs who scored the most points they had posted in a game since a 46-42 win over Darlington in 2009.Neal said he hopes the Bulldogs will build on the confidence they gained a week ago and would like nothing better than for it to carry over throughout the remainder of the season.