Campbell County 62 Mason County 34 (10th Region-Frosh Regional)

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    Campbell County 62 Mason County 34 (10th Region-Frosh Regional)

    Congrats to the Campbell County Freshman boys for advancing to the 10th region finals by defeating Mason County 62-34 at Campbell County. Camels took an early lead and never looked back as they dominated the Royals in all facets of the game.
    Big congrats to Frosh Head Coach Brett White for continuing to lead the Camels through an undefeated season as they are currently 19-0.

    Great Season and Good Luck in the finals on Thursday.
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    A little shocked by this one. I thought MC's Freshmen were really good. Is CC that good or was I misinformed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold View Post
    Congrats to the Campbell County Freshman boys for advancing to the 10th region finals by defeating Mason County 62-34 at Campbell County. Camels took an early lead and never looked back as they dominated the Royals in all facets of the game.
    Big congrats to Frosh Head Coach Brett White for continuing to lead the Camels through an undefeated season as they are currently 19-0.

    Great Season and Good Luck in the finals on Thursday.
    Impressive win. Who do you play in the finals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndOneDad View Post
    A little shocked by this one. I thought MC's Freshmen were really good. Is CC that good or was I misinformed?
    I am a bit biased, but this CC class will no doubt be favored to win the region both their junior and senior seasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camelman View Post
    I am a bit biased, but this CC class will no doubt be favored to win the region both their junior and senior seasons.
    Agreed. Camels will continue to be strong in the 10th in spite of their head coach.

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    Does Campbell have any freshman that are not playing? Play varsity only?

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    Quote Originally Posted by afi100guy View Post
    Agreed. Camels will continue to be strong in the 10th in spite of their head coach.
    Is that sarcastic??

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliefleet View Post
    Does Campbell have any freshman that are not playing? Play varsity only?
    Drew Wilson (Matt's brother) plays freshman & JV and is the only freshman who dresses varsity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold sunrise View Post
    Impressive win. Who do you play in the finals?
    Montgomery Co at 6 or 6:30 on Thursday.

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    Mason County plays very few (if any) freshman on that team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camelman View Post
    I am a bit biased, but this CC class will no doubt be favored to win the region both their junior and senior seasons.
    Have to love the unbridled exuberance for the Camel freshmen.

    They are undoubtedly the creme dela creme of 10th Region Freshmen teams at the moment. But to anoint them regional favorites two and three years hence, could be right on, or might be a stretch.

    No one knows better than the current Camels freshmen coach how freshmen dynasties sometimes fizzle, and other teams become more equal as water runs under the bridge.

    Using our (Brossart) freshmen as examples, I'm sure that no one in the Camels camp foresee the 2019 Mustangs to be a threat, especially after dominating them 50-21 in this year's crosstown, but our guys have a lot of growing (physically) up to do. Stir in Bryan Duffy who played strictly JV this year, Derek McCormick who didn't play a rep this year, a couple of really nice incoming forwards, and sophomore Bryce Donnelly who will be a senior in 2018 along with sharp-shooter Zach Hamberg and big-man Aaron Bell along with two years under the tutelage of Team Code and I'm wondering how many points you will be willing to give me in 2018 and 2019.

    One thing for sure, our guys will get better - much better. Our guys will all still be there as well. And this is just us. Certainly there are other teams in the region that have untapped potential to catch the 2016 Freshmen Camels down the road.

    Maybe none of us will and the Camels will cruise thorough regional competition for the foreseeable future. It just seems to be a bit premature to place such lofty expectations on a group who may or may not be playing their best basketball right now, tabbing them as prohibitive favorites two years down the road. Enjoy them while you've got what they are right now, and let 2018 and 2019 take care of itself. Placing such early expectations on a group of freshmen can lead to major disappointment down the road.

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    All shall see. Being prohibitive favorites is a burden this group is willing to carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afi100guy View Post
    Agreed. Camels will continue to be strong in the 10th in spite of their head coach.
    I know...just imagine if he could coach? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblueinsanity View Post
    Mason County plays very few (if any) freshman on that team.
    ^^^^ I think you're correct. Jaylen Lofton would make a big difference on that team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblueinsanity View Post
    Mason County plays very few (if any) freshman on that team.
    Is there no 10,11, or 12 graders to play JV and varsity at Mason County?
    Would'nt Duffy playing with Brossart freshmen make them all better. They would have three more years to learn how to foul & flop!

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