#Camden High School

OBITUARY: Robert E. Robertson

Robert Eugene Robertson, 83, of Bronson, passed away Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at ProMedica Coldwater Regional Hospital. In accordance to his wishes cremation has taken place and no services will be held at this time. The family is being cared for by Dutcher Funeral Home in Bronson. Robert was born...
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Wrestling Region Duals

Congratulations to the Varsity Wrestling team on placing 2nd in the Region Duals that took place Tuesday, January 25th at Camden High School. The standings were as follows:. Camden will host the Region Individual Matches on Friday, January 28th at 6:00pm. Congratulation guys!
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Dr. Charles W. Gish

Dr. Charles Willis Gish, age 98, passed away peacefully with family by his side on Monday, Jan. 24, 2022. He was born June 26, 1923, to Floyd and Thelma (Snider) Gish in Carroll County, on the family farm near Camden, Ind. He graduated from Camden High School in April 1941. He attended Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame before receiving his DDS degree with Honors (1949) and a MSD (1960) from Indiana University.
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Syracuse football: DB Alijah Clark transfers from Rutgers to Orange

The Syracuse Orange continue to add reinforcements through the transfer portal as SU picked up its fifth transfer of the offseason. Defensive back Alijah Clark announced his transfer to Syracuse from Rutgers on his twitter page. Clark featured in seven games in his lone season with the Scarlet Knights. He...
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Former Rutgers defensive back Alijah Clark transfers to Syracuse

Get the latest Syracuse news delivered right to your inbox. Subscribe to our sports newsletter here. Alijah “Cinco” Clark, who played defensive back at Rutgers in 2021, announced his commitment to Syracuse on Tuesday via Twitter. Clark played alongside Syracuse cornerback Duce Chestnut at Camden High School. Clark,...

Area students on dean’s list at Alfred State College

ALFRED — Several local students are among those recognized for academic excellence and named to the dean’s list for the fall 2021 semester at Alfred State College. They include:. LeRyiah Buckingham, a graduate of Camden High School;. Mary Buckingham, a graduate of Camden High School;. Gianna Gotte, a...

Rutgers transfer Alijah Clark to announce his top two

Rutgers transfer Alijah Clark announced Saturday that he will “soon” reveal his top two choices for his new college home. Clark is a highly-rated defensive back from Camden (N.J.) High School who visited Temple earlier this week. It came as a surprise to many observers when Clark announced...

Syracuse basketball 5-star target, No. 1 junior, in the running for top honor

The mid-season team of contenders for the 2022 Naismith High School Trophy recently got disclosed, and a Syracuse basketball recruiting target made the cut. Of the 25 high-school players named to this squad, who remain in contention for the 2022 Naismith High School Trophy honoring the best prospect around the country, multiple former Orange recruiting prospects were included, as well as one player who currently holds a ‘Cuse scholarship offer.

Aaron Bradshaw is hearing from Kentucky

The Kentucky Wildcats coaching staff are in full swing when it comes to scouting high school talent in the class of 2023. One of the names emerging as a potential UK target is 7-foot-1 big man Aaron Bradshaw. If his name rings a bell, it is because you might have watched him play alongside the No. 1 player in the class in DJ Wagner at Camden High School in New Jersey.

Bulldogs’ McLeod commits to play in UA All-American ’23 All-Star game

After sifting through offers from virtually every national high school all-star football game, Camden High School junior defensive tackle Xzavier McLeod accepted an invitation to play in the 2023 Under Armour All-America game to be played at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla., next January after the completion of his senior season with the Bulldogs.
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John Lee White

White, John Lee age 73, of Minnetonka, MN, died at home on January 18, 2022, after a hemorrhagic stroke, with his family by his side. John was born on May 2, 1948 in Camden, Arkansas and grew up in the segregated South. He was one of the first African American students to attend the previously all-white Camden High School. He graduated in 1965, then attended Arkansas AM&N College, where he participated in ROTC and earned an accounting degree. In July 1970, he was commissioned as an officer in the Air Defense Artillery branch of the U.S. Army. He served in Germany, became a parachutist at the 173rd Airborne Jump School at Ft. Benning, GA, and was company commander at Ft. Bliss, TX. He earned the National Defense Service and Army Commendation medals and traveled across the U.S. as part of the Defense Race Relations Institute. After being discharged from the Army in 1976, John began a long career in logistics and vendor operations, first at Johnson & Johnson and then at Target Corp. His work with Target took him and his family to Little Rock, AR; Pueblo, CO; and Minneapolis. He retired in 2008. John met Betty Gray while working for Johnson & Johnson in Texas in 1980. They married in 1981. Their daughter, Jaylon, was born in 1983. John was a devoted husband, loving father, and dedicated grandfather to grandsons Hudson and Aiden. He approached life with joy, sought the good in others, and continually looked for ways to improve himself and the world around him. He became a certified coach for Rock Steady Boxing, a training program for people with Parkinson's, so he could support his beloved wife with the disease. His calm, steady presence will be missed by all who knew and loved him. John is survived by his wife, Betty; daughter Jaylon (Elliot); grandsons Hudson and Aiden; brothers Carl (Anita), Thomas (Joyce), and Ronald; sister Linda; nieces and nephews; and a host of friends, old and new. He is preceded in death by his mother Almeta McIntyre and grandfather Carl White. A celebration of John's life will be held at the Washburn-McReavy Edina Chapel on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at 11:00am, followed by a graveside service at Fort Snelling National Cemetery at 12:45pm. Edina Chapel 952-920-3996 West 50th St. & Hwy 100.

Helen I. Cree

Helen I. Cree, 90 of Camden went home to be with the Lord at 12:03 a.m. Monday, Jan. 17, 2022. Born Jan. 6, 1932, she was the daughter of Daniel and Chloe Mullin Cripe. She was a 1950 graduate of Camden High School. On Aug. 8, 1953, she married Billy D. Cree at Lower Deer Creek Church of the Brethren; he preceded her in death May 27, 2006.

Syracuse basketball targets blanket new junior rankings; one player too low

A bunch of 2023 players who hold scholarship offers from Syracuse basketball is featured in a new set of national ratings for the junior cycle. The recently published rankings on highlight the top-100 players in the 2023 recruiting cycle. The Orange doesn’t yet have a verbal commitment in this class, although according to media reports and recruiting services, the ‘Cuse has doled out offers to more than a dozen prospects in this cycle.

Alijah Clark enters transfer portal

Rutgers will be without a former four-star moving forward as Scarlet Nation has learned that defensive back Alijah Clark has entered the transfer portal. Clark appeared in seven games this past season and was one of the highest-rated recruits head coach Greg Schiano brought in since his return. Clark was one of Rutgers' more promising young players and even hauled in an interception this past season against Michigan State. He finished the season with six tackles.

DJ Wagner bounces back in game two at HoopHall Classic

D.J. Wagner struggled to find his offensive rhythm in his 2022 HoopHall Classic debut over the weekend. But as all great scorers do, he put that bad memory in the past and performed much better in game two on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The No. 1 player in the...