Earlier this year, as his Chargers were preparing to play South River for the 14th time during his tenure, Andy Cammarano said if his team only played one game this season due to COVID, he would want it to be against the Rams.
Keeping that rivalry going by keeping the series competitive – it wasn’t always that way, he notes – is one of the key accomplishments of his 14-year tenure in Spotswood.
That run came to an end this week when Camarrano stepped down to spend more time with his family.
He was 61-76 in Spotswood, with half of his 14 seasons at .500 or better. The Chargers’ best records came in 2013 and 2015, when they went 7-3 in each. But perhaps their best stretch was in 2015 and 2016, going a combined 10-1 in divisional play in those seasons, winning the GMC Blue Division title both years.
Click below to hear Cammarano’s thoughts on his time at Spotswood: