Camden Girls Varsity Golf

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Camden’s Beben has good first year on girls golf team

Photo, Article and Video courtesy of Rich Taylor/ : Junior Hannah Beben just wrapped up a successful first year with the Camden girls golf team, the junior’s first season playing with the Bulldog varsity. Although the team came up short in its attempt to qualify for state, the future looks bright with players such

Lackey enjoying being a Camden golfer

Camden’s Margaret Lackey is having fun in her second year on the Camden girls golf team, gradually improving while being a key part of the Region 4-3A champions and enjoys a special bond among the squad members. The senior is a member of the National Honor Society while taking Honors classes and maintaining membership in

Lady Bulldog Golf Team Moves to 3-0

The Lady Bulldog Golf team went on the road to beat Sumter yesterday 212 to 225. Camden’s record improves to 3-0 with the victory. Hannah Beben shot the low score for Camden with a 51. Camden’s next match will be on September 6th against Irmo at Camden Country Club.

Girls Golf Defeats Lugoff-Elgin

Seniors Sloane Neal and Grace Piccione led Camden’s girls to their first golf victory of the year over Lugoff-Elgin. Each of the girls put up scores of 54 to lead the way for the Lady Bulldogs. The team will face A.C. Flora in their next match on Thursday at Camden Country Club. Way to start

Girls’ Golf Update

The Camden High Girls’ Golf team currently posts a 6-3 season record.  Members of the team are Hannah Douglas, Kiana Jones, Margaret Lackey, Sloane Neal, Grace Piccione, and Ava Watson. The Lady Bulldogs have achieved wins over Irmo, Hammond Academy (twice), A.C. Flora, Lugoff-Elgin and Sumter.  They travel to Lugoff on Monday and to A.C.

Lady Bulldogs Golf Team Records Fifth Win of Season

The Camden High Girls’ Golf team defeated Lugoff-Elgin on Monday by a score of 136-174.  The win gave the team a 5-3 season record.  Kiana Jones led Camden with a 25 and was the medalist for the dual match.  Both Cidney Childress and Sloane Neal recorded a 36 followed by Blythe Neal with a 39