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B-HP frustrates Dogs, 28-9, to end CHS season
B-HP QUARTERBACK AUSTIN ESTES tries to elude a pursuing Camden linebacker Brandon McCaskill during Fridays AAA Upper State playoff game. B-HP knocked off the visiting Bulldogs, 28-9. - photo by C-I photo by Tom Didato
BELTON -- By doing what it does best, Belton-Honea Path forced Camden into doing something which it would rather not have done. The host Bears used a relentless ground attack, rushing for 316 yards on 53 carries, to advance to the second round of the AAA Upper State playoffs with a 28-9 win over Camden on Friday night in the Upstate. The loss capped a roller coaster 5-6 campaign for the Bulldogs whose playoff fate was not determined until Monday afternoon after the South Carolina High School League’s Appellate Panel voted 4-1 to overturn the organization’s earlier post-season ban for both Camden and Dreher.