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Dogs, Demons have night off
SCHSL ruling extends seasons by a week
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CAMDEN AND LUGOFF-ELGIN will close their regular season with games on Nov. 4 as the High School League allowed tonights postponed football games to be played at the end of the refular season due to problems associated with Hurricane Matthew. - photo by Photo courtesy of goflashwin.com
For the second time in as many seasons, Mother Nature threw a wrench into the fall high school sports seasons in Kershaw County. Only this time, the South Carolina High School League stepped in to help level the playing field for those schools affected by the weather. Due to the impending threat of inclement weather as the result of Hurricane Matthew, football games scheduled to have been played tonight were allowed to be pushed back to Nov. 4 as the SCHSL extended the season by one week.

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