The CCHS boys golfers finished third and a freshman Wildcat earned low-medalist distinction last Saturday at the 15-team Sonny Stewart Camden Classic.
The beat went on last week for the Wildcat netters, who continued their march through Region 1-7A and easily dispatched a Florida opponent, too.
More strong pitching over the weekend lifted the baseball Wildcats to a 3-0 start, as Jenkins and Brunswick were silenced to the tune of a combined one run and seven hits.
The list of victories was lengthy for the Camden County track and field program, which entertained Wayne County last Thursday in the season opener.
As half the brackets at the Class 7A traditional belonged to one team, the overall champion wasn't hard to pick out.
Staying humble yet hungry was a common thread for Camden County's latest individual state champions, four of whom will return to help lead the Wildcats next season.
For the second straight week, the Camden County High tennis teams hit the road and aced a Region 1-7A opponent.
Fixtures in Camden County High girls soccer since their ninth-grade years, Brogan Boudreaux and Mackenzie Wood will remain in state to play in college. Both signed Wednesday, Feb.
The National Signing Day football spotlight fixated on Wildcats Jordan Strachan, Casey McCormick and Bryant Walker, who all finalized their college choices Wednesday, Feb.
A familiar group of foes awaits the Camden County High boys soccer Wildcats as they take the leap to Region 1-7A.