The Camden County Wildcats were suppose to be getting a stiffer challenge in the loaded Region 1-6A in Georgia but on Friday night they improved to 3-0 in the region and 7-0 overall with a 47-0 win over the Tift County Blue Devils.
Kalverez Bessent led the way on the ground for the Wildcats finishing with 114 yards and two touchdowns rushing while J.J. Green ran for 90 yards and one touchdown. Marcus Jordan, Chris Williams and Chris Baker also added touchdown runs for a Camden offense that racked up 450 yards rushing using 13 different backs.
Brice Ramsey connected with tight end Connor Lockhart on a 24-yard touchdown pass in the contest and finished 8-15 118 yards and a touchdown. Ramsey has thrown 35 touchdown passes this season and continues to add to his record for touchdown passes in a season by a Camden County quarterback. The previous record was 33 which Ramsey surpassed last week in a win over Coffee County.
The Wildcat defense recorded its third shutout of the season and are only allowing opponent 5.3 points per game and have not allowed more than 12 points in a game this season. Camden is averaging 46.1 points per game and have scored 35 or more points in every game this season and have scored multiple touchdowns via the defense and special teams. Through three Region 1-6A games (Valdosta, Coffee County, Tift County) the Wildcats are winning by an average of 35.6 points per game.
Up next for the Wildcats is a bye week before a home date with Brunswick (3-3; 0-2) before ending the regular season with back to back road games at Lowndes (7-0; 3-0) and Colquitt County (4-2; 1-1) respectively. Lowndes defeated Valdosta 17-14 on Friday while Colquitt County was off. Tift County (2-5; 0-3) will host Valdosta (3-3; 0-2) next week.