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.
Bolstered by an early special-teams highlight, Glynn Academy scored on five of six possessions between the first and second halves and celebrated a 35-14 homecoming win over Camden County last Thur
Fighting uphill the whole way, the Camden County High spikers lost a 25-22, 25-20, 25-19 second-round state decision Oct. 17 to East Coweta in Kingsland.
Displaying ample evidence of its No. 1 ranking, Lowndes staggered Camden County with touchdowns on its first five possessions and stayed unbeaten, 52-10 last Friday night in Kingsland.
Behind a powerful rushing attack, a scoreless first-half stalemate turned Colquitt’s way, 27-6 over Camden County last Friday night in Kingsland.
Sustaining the momentum from the Region 1 tournament, the Lady softball Wildcats swept a best-of-three set from visiting Campbell last Friday and booked a Class 7A second-round berth.
The Area 1-7A volleyball title belongs again to Camden County High after the Lady Wildcats dunked Colquitt and tournament host Lowndes Oct. 3.
Needing one victory at the Region 1-7A softball tournament for a state invitation, Camden County High got payback on two rivals in Kingsland last week and earned a first-round home series.
The Wildcats erased any suspense quickly last Friday night, notching three touchdowns in the first seven minutes and bouncing Forest Park, 53-7 on homecoming.