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CHS tops KC runners with pair of seconds
L-E'S CHANDLER BARRETT finished seventh in Wednesday's meet at Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site. - photo by Tom Didato/C-I photo
With second place finishes from its boys and girls teams, Camden High led the way in what could be considered Kershaw County’s official/unofficial cross country championship. Indian Land won both ends of the seven-school event, contested Wednesday at Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site. The Warriors edged Camden in the boys’ division, 35-39, with Sumter (70), Lugoff-Elgin (115), North Central (139), Camden Military Academy (151) and Columbia (179) rounding out the field.