Over the last school year, Camden County High School once again set the standard in Region 3-AAAAA athletics.
Summer is hardly a time of leisure for Camden County High School football, especially with the curtain rising on the regular season in less than two months.
Start with tutelage from top teachers, add competition to put that knowledge into action, and wrestlers from three states expended plenty of sweat last week at the Southern Hospitality clinics at C
Local cyclists have been pedaling all over Georgia and are promoting the sport through summer events and plans for a November ride spotlighting Camden County.
The Camden Boomer swimmers grabbed first place in 46 of 57 events last Friday in a Southeast Summer League Peach meet with the Okefenokee Aquatic Club in Kingsland.
Staying out of the kitchen means one thing for an habitual snacker at home, but it has a totally different interpretation on the pickleball court.
The Camden County A wrestling squad won seven matches and placed second of 25 teams last weekend at the Jazz Town Duals in New Orleans.
Anglers competing in the second annual Historic St. Marys Fishing Classic targeted a host of species over the weekend competition.
Rising second- through fifth-grade students are invited to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes summer baseball camps led by FCA staffer and former college coach Joe McFarland. Sessions will be June 6-9 and June 14-16, with instruction from 8:30-11 a.m. each day at the Camden County High baseball fields.
More than a month remained in the school calendar when Camden County High baseball was eliminated from the Region 3-AAAAA tournament in mid-April.