The Camden County High boys and girls swim teams both dove into the season last Saturday, each placing third at the Camden kickoff meet in Kingsland.
The Wildcats are back in the state playoffs.
After the Camden County High School football game last night, the Wildcat football players, coaching staff and cheerleaders took seats in the stands to cheer for the Marching Wildcats.
Depending on how things break in Kingsland and Moultrie this week, the Wildcats could host a state playoff game.
Or, they could be kept out of the 7A brackets altogether.
With third and fifth-place finishes at the Area 1 races last Saturday in Conyers, the Camden County High boys and girls cross-country squads both qualified for the Class 7A meet.
Former Camden County High and current Carson-Newman running back Antonio Wimbush has been nominated for the Mayo Clinic Comeback Player of the Year award.
Camden County bowed out of the Class 7A softball tournament last Friday, a 10-inning loss and a shutout at Woodstock closing a 14-10 season.
With two out, the score tied and the bases full, Tift had nowhere to hide as Camden County slugger Amber Griffin approached the plate in the eighth inning.
The Wildcats barged through their last non-region obstacle last Friday, battering overmatched Colleton, S.C., 52-7 with nearly 500 yards of total offense.
After their win streak was snapped Sept. 25, the Camden County High spikers started another last Thursday and extended it to four two days later in Kingsland.