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Mistake-prone Bulldogs doubled-up in 28-14 loss
CAMDEN TAILBACK LANCE MCCRAY finds running room in Thursdays 28-14 loss to West Florence. - photo by Tom Didato
FLORENCE --- In a numbers game, these were some of those which did not add up the way Camden would have liked in a Thursday night special at Florence Memorial Stadium: • Six CHS turnovers including two fumbles inside the West Florence five, a muffed punt at the WF 11 which turned into a touchdown and three interceptions, one leading directly to a Knights’ touchdown •14 penalties against the visitors for 105 yards which were still less than the 15 for 141 yards walked off against WF • One player ejected from each team • And, a one-hour 44-minute first half The worst four digits for the visiting Bulldogs, however, were those on the scoreboard following a 28-14 loss at the hands of the host Knights who won for the first time in four outings. Camden fell to 1-4 with its third consecutive loss. In a game, obviously, marred by penalties and meetings by officials, CHS head coach Brian Rimpf said the statistical number which stood out to him was the first one.