The nine strongest students have been identified from the Camden County High girls strength training program, a group that has three seniors, four juniors, a sophomore and a freshman.
After grabbing the opener in its Region 3-AAAAA tussle with rival Glynn Academy, the Wildcat baseball team was limited to four hits last week in the final two games of the series, both Terror wins.
The best week of the sports calendar? We’re in the thick of it. No seven-day stretch offers as many events sports fans eagerly anticipate, and early April this year has already been memorable.
Camden Gymnastics’ Ella Marroquin and Chloe Thrift have qualified for regional competition following their performances March 19 at the state meet in Acworth.
The baseball Wildcats tossed consecutive shutouts last week to complete a Region 3-AAAAA sweep of Brunswick last week, then knocked off Glynn Academy Monday to stretch their winning streak to five.
An injury sustained junior year only strengthened Rojuan Wright’s resolve to get back on the football field and produce. On Tuesday, March 22, that hard work paid off in the Wildcat tight end signing with Tusculum College.
Keenan Hellesto proved a steadying influence on the offensive line for the Wildcats, and he will continue on the gridiron at Belhaven University.
Piedmont College added a Wildcat to its cross-country and track teams last Friday as Nick Lemons signed with the Lions.
Another solid performance spurred the Camden County High boys golfers over Ware last Thursday at Osprey Cove.
Coffee was the tonic the Lady Wildcat soccer team needed to get back on balance after falling to Glynn Academy earlier last week.