With two individual rounds of 70 or better, the Camden County High boys golfers lapped the field at the Region 1-7A tournament Monday in Valdosta.
Jesse Beck routinely covered the stat sheet as a Lady Wildcat dribbler. It’s that same work ethic and sense of team contribution she will take to West Virginia Tech.
A sweep of Coffee last Thursday concluded 17-1 regular seasons for both the Wildcat boys and girls tennis teams, and prepped them for this week's Region 1-7A tournament.
Down 3-0 in the nightcap last Friday night, the diamond Wildcats got off the the deck to salvage a doubleheader split with Tift and maintain first place in Region 1-7A.
Few young tennis players dreaming of becoming pros can say they shared a court with Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal or another of the game's luminaries.
Keeping busy over spring break, the Wildcats took two of three in a road swing through Ware, Fernandina Beach and Baker County.
Two weeks after Ian Smith and Aaron Wainright fired shutouts at Tift, they again stacked complete-game gems in a Region 1-7A doubleheader as the Wildcats downed Lowndes, 5-0 and 4-2 last Friday in
A 100.75 total put the Camden County High gymnasts second of five teams last Saturday in Moultrie, and hitting the century mark had an added bonus, too.
The Lady Wildcats’ youth movement was on full display last week, ninth-graders accounting for eight of 10 goals in wins at Brunswick and Lowndes.
James Ballato fired a low-medalist 75 as the Camden County High golfers carded a third-place 318 last Saturday at the Viking Invitational in Valdosta.