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Lack of discipline haunts Camden in 26-14 setback
CAMDEN TIGHT END Parker Rankin heads downfield after making what turned out to be a eight-yard catch in Fridays loss to West Florence. The senior scored the games first touchdown on a 22-yard grab from quarterback Devin Beckley. - photo by Tom Didato/C-I photo
Doing everything but setting up a separate station for gift wrapping, Camden all but hand-delivered one over to West Florence. A combination of four personal foul penalties, three turnovers, an ineffective running game and just five first downs, the Bulldogs saw their record even to 1-1 on the season with a 26-14 loss to the visiting Knights on Friday night at Zemp Stadium. In what has almost become commonplace for the game following the season-opener with rival Lugoff-Elgin, Camden was not in sync, something which 18th year head coach Jimmy Neal admitted to in an empty locker room.