From the very first snap of the rising freshman scrimmage, a new era for Camden County High football was unfolding.
After reaching the final 16 of the Class 7A playoffs, Camden County High baseball had seven players earn either first-team, second-team or honorable mention all-region honors.
Chala Carey had the best placements for Camden County High track and field at the Class 7A state meets last weekend in Rome, with third in the 100 meters and fourth in the 200.
Many lessons take place within the walls of Camden County High each school day. The same holds true for spring football workouts at Chris Gilman Stadium.
Athletes with the Camden County PSA track and field program took home 14 event victories from the Georgia Recreation and Park Association Class B/C meet last weekend in Augusta.
The first round of the Class 7A state tournament was unkind to Camden County High soccer last week.
North Cobb sent its Warriors to Kingsland for the opening round of the state Class 7A baseball playoffs last weekend. It was Camden County's band of warriors that had the final say.
Jarrad Davis is ready to roar.
As their seasons wrapped last week, the Camden County High boys and girls netters are looking ahead to 2018 and a new yet familiar face who will lead them.
A Region 1-7A title tantalizingly within their grasp, the diamond Wildcats lost twice at Lowndes last Friday and opened the door just enough for Colquitt to take the crown.