The wrestling Wildcats’ most recent bunch of college signees has the country covered from New York to Colorado.
The Lady soccer ’Cats got all the offense they needed in the first half April 23 to defeat visiting Cherokee, 3-1 in a first-round Class 7A playoff encounter.
Former Camden County High defensive lineman Anthony Johnson is getting an NFL shot after receiving a rookie minicamp invitation from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Two hours after hearing his name called at the NFL draft, Darryl Johnson still couldn’t believe it.
A Senior Night waltz over McIntosh County Academy and a doubleheader defeat at Lowndes last week sent the Camden County High baseball squad (17-11) to the state Class 7A playoffs.
Home victories over Roswell and Kennesaw Mountain catapulted the Camden County High girls netters into the Elite Eight for the sixth time since 2010, and third since 2015.
The Lady soccer Wildcats’ first meeting with Tift ended, 1-0. With a Region 1-7A crown at stake last Friday in Tifton, they ensured the rematch wouldn’t be nearly that close.
With an outside chance of tying for the Region 1-7A lead last Friday, the diamond Wildcats instead slipped to solo third after stumbling twice at Colquitt.
Three shutouts last week boosted the diamond Wildcats to 15-7, extended their overall win streak to five, and tightened the Region 1-7A race.
Madeline Spencer, Isabel Del’Acqua and Kira Grady qualified for regional competition and Camden Gymnastics’ XCel Silver team placed first in recent competitions around the state.