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Down and out in Inman
Chapman turns fumble into late-game score to end Dogs season, 28-21
CAMDEN TAILBACK MIKAH DAVIS (3) follows the lead block from wide receiver Landon Goodwin on Chapmans Andrew Colasurdo (14) on this first half carry in Fridays AAA Upper State second round playoff game in the Upstate won by Chapman, 28-21. - photo by Tom Didato
INMAN – In a late season stretch of games marked by near-misses, this one hurt most of all. In the midst of a fourth quarter go-ahead scoring drive, a Camden fumble --- only its sixth of the season --- was recovered by Chapman’s Chad Smith at his own 26 with 4:44 left in the fourth quarter of a 21-21 game. The hosts Panthers transformed Camden’s first turnover into an 11-play, 74-yard scoring march capped by quarterback Mikele Colasurdo’s one-yard plunge to give Chapman a 28-21 lead.