With only three state spots guaranteed in Region 1-7A, a key game-two win last Friday over Colquitt sent the diamond Wildcats into third place outright.
Narrow losses in their final two regular-season matches sent the Camden County High boys and girls netters to the Region 1-7A tournament with 15-3 records.
Always up for a challenge, Camden Middle School teacher Terrie Walker is tackling the Boston Marathon next Monday to benefit a charitable youth initiative.
The Camden County High boys golfers joined four varsity teams for 18 holes last week in Blackshear, and defeated Ware by 11 shots over nine holes at Osprey Cove.
The boys netters survived a close call against Brantley and the girls another with Coffee last week as both CCHS teams won twice in Kingsland and improved to 15-1.
The diamond Wildcats snapped a five-game losing string Monday night, coming from two behind at Pierce to take a 5-4 non-region verdict.
The kickoff to the Camden County High football season is less than five months away, and two special visits this month aimed to strengthen the Wildcats both individually and as a collective force.
A doubleheader loss last Friday at Colquitt dropped the diamond Wildcats from first to third on the Region 1-7A ladder.
After 20 years at Camden County High School, head athletic trainer Jereme Vendette is preparing for a new opportunity, and joining some familiar faces at his next stop, too.
The Camden County High girls netters captured the Viking Invitational for the third straight year and the boys placed second last Friday and Saturday in Valdosta.