Camden dropped both ends of a doubleheader to visiting Lower Richland on Friday night inside the Dog Pound.
In the girls’ contest, Camden trailed by two points at halftime before the 10th ranked Diamond Hornets took things over in the second half to pull away for 57-42 victory.
"(LR) went on one little run, but that was enough, to pull away from us. After that, we played them even," said CHS head coach Natalie Jeffcoat following the setback. "We just got too far behind and could not catch back up."
Senior guard Brooke Dixon led Camden with nine points.
In the boys’ contest, Camden held a 24-21 halftime lead over Lower Richland only to see the guests us a 16-9 fourth quarter advantage to walk off the Michael G. Culp Court a 58-47 winner.
Junior guard Taylor Kelly led the hosts with 14 points while senior forward D.J. Wilson added nine for Ron McKie Jr.’s troops which receives six points from junior center Jonathon Leet and five from freshman guard Jericho Murphy.