After putting the clamps on Glynn Academy’s unique offense, the Wildcats face another rarely-seen scheme Friday night as Colleton, S.C., visits.
Liam Kilner broke 18 minutes for the boys, and Alexia Vinuela was runner-up for the girls as the Camden County High cross-country teams placed first and second last Thursday at Wayne County.
Amber Griffin and Maddie Riggins took turns shutting out Tift last Thursday, a home doubleheader sweep pulling the Lady softball Wildcats to 2-2 in Region 1-7A.
One stage of qualifying separates St. Marys golfers Georgia Blount and Jack Roberts from spots in the national Drive, Chip and Putt finals next April in Augusta.
The Wildcats pocketed their first shutout in three seasons and their second road win in as many weeks last Friday night, limiting Brunswick to 58 yards rushing in a rousing 37-0 blitz.
In their first action since Aug. 21, the Lady Wildcat spikers dropped one set over five matches last week and climbed to 12-1.
Those pleasantly surprised by Camden County’s 51-13 mauling of Locust Grove last Friday night in Kingsland had company on the home sideline.
Camden County and Richmond Hill have seen plenty of each other at the junior varsity and ninth-grade levels.
Wren netted three second-quarter touchdowns last Friday night at Mercer University, quickly erasing an early deficit and handing Camden County its first defeat, 25-14 at Five Star Stadium.
Camden County softball was scheduled to return to the field this week after weather wiped out home games against Brantley, Brunswick and Richmond Hill last week.