Much remains to be decided in the Region 1-7A softball race after Camden County swept an important doubleheader at Tift last Thursday.
Threatening 600 total yards, the Wildcats delivered another point-a-minute performance and celebrated homecoming last Friday night by dismissing Brunswick, 48-20.
Standing between the Wildcats and 5-0 is homecoming foe Brunswick, which has altered its offensive profile under third-year head coach Sean Pender.
For a team which hadn’t trailed in the fourth quarter this season, Camden County knew what to do last Friday when facing a deficit.
Following a string of nine wins in 11 games, the Camden County High softball squad lost four of five between two Region 1-7A doubleheaders last week and a narrow Monday home setback.
Amber Griffin fired a complete game and stung an RBI double, and a three-run first was enough for the Lady softball Wildcats in a 4-1 non-region home win Monday over Brunswick.
The trip from Jacksonville, Fla., to Kingsland is only about 30 miles. For Camden County High football assistant Shawn Thomas, an unconventional path took him all over the world.
The Camden County High gridders stayed unbeaten last week without hitting the field.
The Wildcats’ first half last Friday night against Wren, S.C., showed how much they’ve progressed in the last two-plus seasons.
The Lady softball Wildcats allowed the first two runs of the day but little else in sweeping a Region 1-7A doubleheader from visiting Tift last Thursday.