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OT unkind to Bulldogs for second straight week in 20-14 loss to Indian Land
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CAMDENS DAVEA CAUTHEN HEADS upfield on this 24-yard pass reception in action from Fridays game with Indian Land at Zemp Stadium. - photo by Tom Didato
In the span of eight days, Camden went from a team vying for a conference football crown to one which has to rely on closing the regular season with a win over Keenan on Friday and then, hope Fairfield Central defeats Indian Land in order to invoke a three-way tie-breaker for second place in the circuit and get the first round home playoff game which it brings. For the second straight Friday night, the Bulldogs came up short in overtime, falling to Indian Land, 20-14, in a contest in which Camden used three quarterbacks in its four-play extra session and managed nine yards. The visiting Warriors answered by getting a one-yard Brandon Britton scoring run for the victory and took over second place behind unbeaten Chester in the Region 4-AAA standings.