The first week of the season means that it is time for these two Kershaw County teams to renew their rivalry. Known as the “Wateree River Rivalry”, the series dates back to 1978 when Camden won the first game with a score of 19-6. Since 1982(excluding 2020) the game has been played every year. Camden has been dominant in the series winning the last 4 out of 5 and leading the series 32-8. Lugoff-Elgin looks to make the short drive and try to get revenge after last meetings 33-20 loss.


Cauthen Best


Luke Clyburn


Luke works just as hard on the field as he does in the classroom. In addition to being a senior varsity tight end, Luke is a career straight-A student and member of both the Beta Club and the National Honor Society. He plans to attend college and major in biology or sports management.
Julian "Van" Blank


Van is a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, Junior Leadership, and along with football, Van is also a member of the Varsity Soccer team. He volunteers with the Sacks of Love Program at Camden High School and is a member of Bethesda Presbyterian Church. Van plans to study either Law or Criminal Justice in college and his top three college choices are Clemson, Wofford, or West Point.
Asher Warner


Asher is a dedicated student athlete and has earned multiple honors both on and off the field. He is a three year letterman on the soccer team and two year letterman on the football team. His academic achievements include being a member of the National Honor Society and holding the number three rank in his class.


Camden scored early and often, never looking back en route to defeating Lugoff-Elgin, 50-0, and for the fifth time in six years in the 'Wateree River Rivalry.'.