While the first Wednesday of February is traditionally signing day for college football, Camden County High handled its business this year differently than in the past.
All 14 wrestlers the Wildcats took to sectionals in Valdosta last weekend qualified for the state Class 7A traditional meet starting today in Macon.
Winning 12 of 14 weight classes, the Camden County High wrestlers barreled to another Region 1-7A traditional championship last Saturday in Kingsland.
A lopsided loss last Friday at Tift didn’t change the fact the Camden County High boys cagers still have plenty at stake as the Region 1-7A tournament tips off this week.
Already with a rich football profile, Camden County stands to gain more gridiron visibility once legendary coach Steve Spurrier brings the Orlando Apollos to Kingsland.
The Camden County High rifle ‘Cats swept Brunswick and Savannah last Thursday and Friday to improve to 3-1.
The last time Camden County High hosted a region basketball tournament, the boys won the top prize.
Battering four foes by an average of 51 points per match, the Camden County High wrestlers brought home their sixth state duals title in eight seasons last Saturday from Macon.
Harrison McNeil and Lex Barnes won for the boys and Jena Cash had a runner-up finish for the girls as the Camden County swimmers placed second overall at the Region 1-7A meet last Friday in Douglas
The inaugural season of Camden County High riflery began with a bullseye last Friday, as the Wildcats outpointed St. Vincent’s in Savannah.