Three victories last week put the Camden County High boys and girls tennis teams each at a perfect 5-0 leading into the six-team Camden Invitational, which begins today and concludes Saturday.
Behind school-bests of five individual champions and 12 placers, the Camden County High wrestlers successfully defended their Class AAAAA state traditional crown over the weekend in Gwinnett County
Buoyed by a thunderous home crowd, the Camden County boys hoopsters downed Statesboro, 68-57 Friday night to win the Region 3-AAAAA title.
The Camden County girls hoopsters will head to state after defeating Effingham, 76-69 Tuesday night in the second round of the Region 3-AAAAA tournament in Kingsland.
A comfortable Region 3-AAAAA triumph last week at Glynn Academy led to a bigger prize for the Wildcat boys hoopsters.
Strengthening their quest for a state traditional repeat, the Camden County High wrestlers qualified all 14 from sectionals last weekend in Acworth to the Class AAAAA meet.
Eight Camden County High football players inked college letters of intent Wednesday, Feb. 3, and head coach Welton Coffey expects several more will too in the near future.
Apparently, Glynn Academy didn’t get the message the Lady Wildcat cagers delivered to Brunswick two weeks earlier.
The Camden County High wrestlers grabbed the Area 3-AAAAA traditional title last Saturday in Kingsland as all 14 Wildcats qualified for sectionals and 11 won their weight classes.