With the Camden County High tennis season starting in two weeks, a Lady Wildcat has cemented her plans to continue playing in college.
The good-news, bad-news scenario last week for the Lady Wildcat dribblers was their 12th victory of the season, but losses in their first two Region 1-7A outings.
Routs of Tift and Colquitt last Saturday brought another Area 1-7A duals title and a state ticket for the Camden County High wrestlers.
The Wildcat girls cagers closed the 2017 portion of their schedule with two wins last Thursday and Friday at the Richmond Hill Holiday Classic.
Before the season, Camden County head wrestling coach Jess Wilder pointed to the Knockout Christmas Classic in Kissimmee, Fla., as a stern pre-state examination.
Camden County High put two teams in the top five of the 36-squad Coastal Clash last Friday and Saturday in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The sports year of 2017 was one of change and accomplishment in Camden County, with regional and state championships, new faces, heart-stopping finishes, and a former Wildcat reaching the pros.
The Wildcat girls won two of three last weekend and Monday at the Memorial Health Holiday Classic in Savannah, and placed third of eight teams in the Oglethorpe Square bracket.
While the Internet has changed the scope of college football recruiting, pounding the pavement can still pay dividends too.
Quinn McKeon won two individual events and Harrison McNeil another as the Camden County High swimmers finished a combined fourth last Friday at the Cadet Invitational in Savannah.