The year of 2018 was an exciting one for Camden County sports, filled with championships, highlights and new beginnings.
Rematches with River City Academy had a familiar ring for Camden County, the Wildcat boys and girls both winning on the road Dec. 18.
With 10 individual champions, the Camden County A-team wrestlers captured the Capital City Classic last weekend in Tallahassee, Fla., and the B squad placed seventh in a 26-team lineup of mostly Fl
Limited to their two lowest point totals of the young season, the Camden County High boys hoopsters (7-2) still ran their winning streak to six last week by beating two Florida opponents in Kingsla
Though team scores were not officially kept, the Camden County High wrestlers made a strong showing last weekend at the Danny Byron Invitational in Kissimmee, Fla.
Three victories last week shoved the Camden County High boys hoopsters’ win string to four ahead of a Tuesday visit this week from another Florida foe, Terry Parker.
Two comfortable victories last weekend extended the Lady Wildcat cagers’ record to 4-1, and their winning streak to four ahead of two scheduled games this week.
The Lady Wildcats recorded two fewer field goals last Saturday at Brunswick, yet more than made up for it elsewhere in a hard-earned 53-44 victory.
The Camden County High boys hoopsters alternated wins and losses in their first four games, the final result in that stretch a Monday triumph at Ridgeview.
Thanksgiving dinner for the Lady Wildcat cagers should taste a little better after they rebounded from an opening loss to beat Pedro Menendez last Saturday.