If sweeping the boys and girls Region 1-7A titles wasn’t enough evidence of their outstanding play, the Camden County High tennis teams dominated the region postseason awards also.
Start with momentum, add experience and familiarity with the host course, and the Camden County High boys golfers hope that equals a strong showing next week at the state Class 7A tournament.
R.J. Goss’ third place in the long jump and fourth in the triple jump were the highest placements among Camden County High athletes last week at the state Class 7A track and field meet in Rome.
A second-half offensive push produced a goal, but the Lady Wildcats fell, 3-1 at Hillgrove May 1 in a round-of-16 state match. Camden County ended 7-5-1.
Camden County bowed out of the Class 7A baseball playoffs last Thursday, managing five hits total in an 8-0, 11-0 second-round defeat at Region 5 champion Woodstock.
Erasing two first-half deficits April 24, the Camden County High Lady soccer ‘Cats scored late to oust visiting Newnan from the Class 7A state tournament, 3-2.
The Wildcats saw both sides of walk-offs in last year’s state baseball playoffs, so it wasn’t surprising their first-round series last week ended that way.
Shutout wins over visiting East Coweta and Newnan sent the Camden County High boys and girls netters into the second round of the state Class 7A brackets.
A record night last Friday for Aaron Wainright paved the way for the Wildcats’ home split with Lowndes, and the third seed for the state Class 7A tournament.
A sign above court 6 at the Camden County High tennis complex reads “Make It Happen.” The Wildcat boys and girls did just that April 11, both teams outfighting Lowndes to capture the Region 1-7A cr