St. Marys Middle split a hoops doubleheader Monday with visiting Bethune, the Bobcat boys cruising to their first win and the girls sustaining their first defeat.
Down 16 in the third quarter, the Lady Wildcat dribblers stormed back behind Nicole Jones’ game-high 21 points and stunned Johnson, 46-41 last Friday in Savannah.
Allowing just 89 points total, the Lady Wildcats swept their first three games between their opener last Thursday and two weekend wins at the Effingham Rebel Classic.
Mario Amaro and Kasey Crossley won the overall men’s and women’s titles last Saturday morning in the Turkey Trot 5K at the Kingsland Catfish Festival.
The road to more state gold promises to be tougher for the Camden County High wrestlers, who return just a handful from last year’s bunch that swept the state Class 7A duals and traditional.
Playing college golf has always been in Chase Weathers’ thoughts, and the Camden County High linkster will get his chance with Valdosta State.
Catchers who hit .300, play solid defense and can steal bases are fairly rare, and it’s those abilities Charleston Southern will welcome in Wildcat backstop Brooks Bryan.
Compared to last year, the Camden County High boys showed great improvement last Saturday at the state Class 7A meet in Carrollton.
Two late first-half touchdowns and an insurance score in the fourth quarter were enough for host Tift to withstand a spirited, physical Camden County bunch last Friday night, 21-10.
Defense ruled the day as Camden Middle invaded St. Marys Middle Monday afternoon in the soccer openers for both schools.