Chanel Rose hit her first career home run but it was not enough as the Camden softball team was eliminated from the AAA District 2 playoffs with an 11-1 loss to Seneca on Monday in the Upstate.
Camden, extended its season with a 7-6 win over Emerald on Saturday.
Lynn Looney’s squad trailed, 4-1, after Rose’s blast only for the Lady Bobcats to answer by scoring seven runs in the bottom of the fifth to invoke the 10-run rule.
CHS girls’ jayvee soccer closes season with a win: Using successful penalty kicks from Joyce Edwards, Deanna Jeffcoat and Greer Younghans, the Camden High junior varsity girls’ soccer team out-shot rival Lugoff-Elgin to win in penalty kicks, 3-1, in a match tied at 0-0 after regulation.
Elizabeth West was in goal for Camden and made saves on three penalty kick tries which came her way following regulation.
The win capped a 15-3 season for the Lady Bulldogs under first-year head coach Clark Joseph. The jayvee squad won one match all last season.
“The season was a great success for these girls,” said Camden head varsity coach Pam Chickering. “They really developed over season and improved their soccer skills.