Postcard of the Day: Camden County vs. Peachtree Ridge Football

Peachtree Ridge Football

Camden County (Ga.) back J.J. Green (bottom) is tackled by Peachtree Ridge free safety Steven Wright (top) during their contest in the Corky Kell Classic at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Aug. 25. ( photo by Kendall Webb)

So it’s back to the Corky Kell Classic, played last weekend at Atlanta’s Georgia Dome, for this Postcard of the Day. In this contest Camden County out of Kingsland faced Peachtree Ridge out of Suwanee. Camden County won the game, 42-0, The big players in this game were on Camden County, as a pair of University of Georgia recruits were on the field — J.J. Green, who is considered an athlete, and quarterback Brice Ramsey. Green had 120 all-purpose yards while Ramsey went 6-of-8 passing for 134 yards.

Green is in this photo on the ground, while Peachtree Ridge free safety Steven Wright tried to tackle him. As you can see, our publisher Kendall Webb has a new camera rig and it definitely agrees with him. The quality of our galleries so far this season has been exceptional, and with Webb spreading his rigs around to the rest of us, the quality of our photo galleries should go up greatly this season.

As I mentioned earlier today, we’re putting the finishing touches on the 2012 College Football America Yearbook. It’s greatly expanded this year. We’ll have previews on every conference in college football, including Canada. I hope to have the link for that up soon.

Of course, Kendall, Chuck Cox and I will be on the road this year. You can find links to all of our work here, or better yet go to Facebook and like our RoadTripSports page. We’ve cleared 310 likes and we’re looking for more.

Until next time, click here to enjoy our gallery of the Camden County-Peachtree Ridge game.


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