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Former Bulldogs to play for a cause
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A new wrinkle has been added to the Camden High School’s Gold and Black spring football scrimmage game at Zemp Stadium on Friday, May 20 at 6 p.m.

This year, following the conclusion of the contest between members of the 2016 Bulldogs, there will be an alumni flag football game being played which will benefit the Sterling Felder Foundation.

Felder, a senior starting linebacker for the 2015 Bulldogs, was fatally injured as the result of a car accident last November. He was to have been a member of the 2016 Camden High School graduating class.

There is no admission for either event but donations to the Sterling Felder Foundation, which benefits local community and youth programs, will be accepted. 

The alumni game, to be played in Felder’s memory, is open to Camden High School graduates and former football players. The cost to play is a $5 donation which will be made to the Sterling Felder Foundation. 

The two teams of 21 players will play a pair of 25-minute halves.

Former Bulldog players who would like to play in the game or, make a donation to the Sterling Felder Foundation, may sign up at the Camden High School Wellness Center. 

Further information on the game may be obtained by contacting Cedric Malone at (803) 549-1121.