Cameron defensive tackle Preston Benedict makes a sack during Friday's 69-14 loss.

Savages take advantage of beleaguered Cameron offense

Full lineup expected to return for homecoming

SAVANNAH - With all but three offense starters out with either injury, illness or COVID-19 quarantine, the Cameron Dragons struggled with just over 150 yards total offense in a 69-14 blowout loss to Savannah.

Touchdowns by twin junior receivers Ty and Bryson Speer provided the Cameron's only offensive highlights last Friday as the Dragons now look to quickly put the loss behind them with their entire lineup returning just in time for next Friday’s Homecoming showdown against Midland Empire Conference foe Lafayette.

READ MORE IN NEXT WEEK’S EDITION OF THE CAMERON CITIZEN-OBSERVER, ON STORE SHELVES OCTOBER 8.

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