Margins can be slim between wrestlers who win state titles and those who aspire to, and that extra splash of knowledge could be the difference.
As Sunday marks two months to the season opener, a four-team home camp and visits to three SEC campuses kept the Camden County High gridders hopping through the first half of June.
A win May 15 at the Brunswick May Days softball tournament gave the Camden Chaos U14 squad a first, a second and two fourth-places in five spring competitions.
Despite a dreary weather forecast, dozens of accomplished regional anglers took the water last Saturday for the annual Historic St. Marys Fishing Classic.
For Camden County High softball coach Melany Corsi, the program’s summer camp is not only “learning through fun,” but also a chance to foster players who may want to be Lady Wildcats someday.
If early turnout at the Camden County High baseball summer camp is any indication, Wildcat head coach Brian English could have a very welcome problem down the road.
The Stingray swimmers returned Monday from the Georgia Recreation and Park Association opening meet in Waycross with personal-best times and two event victories.
Camden Gymnastics’ XCel Silver and XCel Platinum athletes earned a combined 20 medals from the AAU Southern Regional Championships May 18-19 in York, S.C.
Camden wrestlers captured three varsity, four junior varsity and two youth individual crowns May 11 at the Florida AAU Springs States tournament.
Improving 28 shots over the first day, the Camden County High girls golfers cracked the top 10 of the Class 7A tournament May 20-21 in Homer.