Camden County High put two teams in the top five of the 36-squad Coastal Clash last Friday and Saturday in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The sports year of 2017 was one of change and accomplishment in Camden County, with regional and state championships, new faces, heart-stopping finishes, and a former Wildcat reaching the pros.
The Wildcat girls won two of three last weekend and Monday at the Memorial Health Holiday Classic in Savannah, and placed third of eight teams in the Oglethorpe Square bracket.
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Quinn McKeon won two individual events and Harrison McNeil another as the Camden County High swimmers finished a combined fourth last Friday at the Cadet Invitational in Savannah.
Camden County High wrestlers Tyler Dahlgren, Raydan Wilder, Myles Starke and Ja’vonte Graves captured their weight classes and Nick Krug, Brandon Orum and William Vincent all placed second last Fri
Notching a dozen first-place times, the Wildcat boys and girls topped the team standings last Saturday in the Camden Invitational at the Camden Community Recreation Center pool.
The Camden County High wrestlers sent two teams to the 17-school Keystone Invitational last weekend in Fleming Island, Fla., and pinned down first and fourth places.
St. Marys Middle split a hoops doubleheader Monday with visiting Bethune, the Bobcat boys cruising to their first win and the girls sustaining their first defeat.
Down 16 in the third quarter, the Lady Wildcat dribblers stormed back behind Nicole Jones’ game-high 21 points and stunned Johnson, 46-41 last Friday in Savannah.