Camden County High volleyball should have plenty of experienced hitters returning for the 2017 season. Identifying who gets the ball to them is head coach Billy Moore’s primary summer focus.
Learning sound technique is one thing. Putting it into matches is another.
As a youngster, playing soccer came naturally to Jonathan Glenn. As he matured into a professional, the desire to spread his love for the game flows just as easily, too.
In the first full school year of Class 7A athletics, Camden County High boys and girls sports programs finished a combined 24th overall in the annual Regions Bank Director’s Cup standings.
A season after hurricanes quashed two games, the Camden County High gridders will deal with another in a reshuffled 2017 slate.
Reaching the second round of the state Class 7A tournament may have cut into the after-season respite, but the trade-off for Camden County High baseball is a renewed vigor for the summer.
How the Camden County High boys cagers adjust to their opponents’ adjustments will determine their growth in an offensive facelift begun last season and continuing this summer.
The Challenger British Soccer Camp will be Monday through Friday, July 10-14, at the Camden Soccer Complex. Players ages 3-16 are invited. Mini-soccer for ages 3-5 will be 5:30-7 p.m. each day, and will be $90. Half-day camp for ages 6-16, from 9 a.m. to noon, will be $125, and full-day camp for ages 7-16, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., will be $175.
Anglers hunted several species last Saturday in the third annual Historic St. Marys Fishing Classic.
Tackling the weather as well as the competition, the Camden County High boys golfers shot matching rounds of 316 for fifth place May 22-23 at the Class 7A tournament in Braselton.