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Red Hawks make Bulldogs first victim in 27-7 victory
CAMDENS DONTRELL MILLER HEADS upfield with this first half kickoff return during Fridays loss to Westwood.
Who could have blamed Westwood for looking a bit confused as they took the field for the final play of the game on Friday.All the Red Hawks’ offense had to do was take one snap, kneel with the ball and seal a 27-7 win over Camden. But junior quarterback King Davis looked to his bench for instructions and to make sure the right personnel was on the field for the “victory” formation.You can understand why this was a bit of a problem since it was the first time Westwood ever had to line up in such a manner.The first-year program scored the initial victory in school history as they scored the final 24 points against a reeling Bulldog squad which fell to 2-7 overall and 0-4 in Region 4-AAA play. The loss wiped out CHS’ faint playoff hopes while assuring the Dogs a sixth-place finish in the conference, regardless of what happens in Friday’s season finale at Chapin.After he watched his players file out of the locker room following the loss, Camden head coach Jimmy Neal talked about what was a bitter pill for the Bulldog program to swallow.“It just got to where we were doing some good things and we were moving the ball,” he said, “then, one play got us here and another play got us there.