Last Saturday’s game meant a short week for the Wildcats as they prepare for their longest road trip of the regular season.
In 1983 and 1984, J.C. Outlaw's first five games as the voice of Camden County High football didn't go so hot. The Wildcats lost all five.
The Wildcats put up nearly 450 yards of total offense and never trailed last Friday in tripping visiting Fitzgerald, 24-21 and claiming their second triumph.
The Wildcat boys cross-country squad won its second straight meet and the girls sped to first place last Saturday at the Pirate Trail Run in Brunswick.
For the second straight year, the visitors dampened the festivities at the Frank Smith Classic.
Two victories at a Crisp County tournament last Friday sealed a 4-1 opening week for the Camden County High softball team.
With timely contributions from the offense, defense and special teams, the Wildcats eclipsed visiting Oakleaf, 19-6 last Friday night in their regular-season debut under new head coach Bob Sphire.
Call it six up and six down.
Road wins aren't easy to come by in south Georgia, and the Wildcats got one last Friday night for a boost going into the regular season.
The Camden Middle gridders held Vickery Creek off the scoreboard the last three quarters and held on, 14-7 in a scrimmage last Saturday night at Chris Gilman Stadium.