The Lady Wildcat softball sluggers leveled their Region 1-7A record (2-2) last Friday at home, a 3-2 walk-off victory in the opener followed by a more comfortable 9-2 triumph in the nightcap.
Friday night will be homecoming in more than one sense at Chris Gilman Stadium, as a former Wildcat brings his Forest Park team to Kingsland.
McEachern gave convincing evidence of its No. 4 state rank Friday night, seizing on early short-field opportunities to defeat the Wildcats, 34-3 in the third annual Frank Smith Classic at Chris Gilman Stadium.
Jared Fleming and the Camden County boys cross-country runners took home individual and team victories, and the Wildcat girls notched second last Thursday in meets at Blythe Island.
With two defeats in three matches last week, the Camden County High spikers took a 14-6 overall mark into this week’s court action, with only a few dates left before the Area 1-7A tournament.
Two teams that have enjoyed plenty of winning over the years will collide for the first time Friday night at the third annual Frank Smith Classic in Kingsland.
Staying very busy last week, the Lady Wildcat softball team split a pair with nearby rivals and earned one victory in four games at a North Cobb tournament.
For coach Billy Moore and the Camden County High volleyball program, it’s onto the next 500 wins.