Enjoying advantages in size and experience, the Brunswick boys put visiting Camden County in an early bind and ran off, 65-35 in the Wildcats’ opener last Saturday night.
Hard work and sacrifice have paid off in a district championship for the Camden County 9- and 10-year-old football all-stars, who are eyeing a bigger prize.
In Denton Spencer, Gardner-Webb University welcomes a decorated wrestler with more than 100 victories at Camden County High and abundant national and state experience.
Milan Ellerson has always dreamed about playing Division I college baseball, and the Camden County High standout will get his opportunity after signing with Charleston Southern last Friday.
A second-half goal lifted the St. Marys Middle boys to their sixth victory last Thursday, and two halves couldn’t separate the Bobcat and Camden Middle girls.
The Lady Wildcats couldn’t get enough shots to drop in their opener last Saturday, falling 65-45 to host Terry Parker at the Smile for Mitch girls basketball showcase.
The top performers from Region 1-7A softball have been announced, and eight Lady Wildcats have received either first or second-team accolades.
Going unbeaten in five matches, the Camden County High A-team wrestlers breezed to first place last Saturday at the season-opening Swamp Duals in Waycross.
The Camden County High boys placed 23rd as a team and the girls 24th last Friday at the Class 7A state championships last Friday in Carrollton.
Fans who enjoy fast-paced hoops may see a lot to like this season about the youthful Camden County High girls.