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End of the road?
Dogs fall to Chapin, 28-10; await word on final appeal
CAMDEN DEFENSIVE TACKLE Nick Jenkins (99) stops Chapin tailback Chandler Engle at the line of scrimmage in action from Fridays game.
CHAPIN – Throughout what was three-game win streak, ball security and finding a balance on offense between the run and the passing games led Camden to making a run at the Region 4-AAA title. That journey as well, as the paucity of turnovers and a balanced offense, came to an abrupt ended here on Friday night as the visiting Bulldogs dropped their regular season finale to Chapin, 28-10, at Cecil Woolbright Field. The loss capped a 5-5 regular season and a 3-2 conference campaign for Jimmy Neal’s charges which will finish third in league play and, should the S.C. High School League’s Appellate Panel overturn last Thursday’s SCHSL Executive Committee decision of a stay on Camden’s post-season ban, the Bulldogs will be on the road for a first round AAA Upper State playoff game.